Yara has annnounced that most of its ammonia production in Europe is back on stream, following the curtailing of production at a number of its plants in September as a result of record high natural gas prices.
Including planned maintenance and unscheduled outages, Yara’s European ammonia production has been approximately 30% ( ~370 000 t) below capacity from September to November. The impact on finished fertilizer production has been limited, as unprofitable ammonia production has been replaced with sourcing from Yara plants outside Europe, and from Yara’s global ammonia trade and shipping network.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/nitrogen/15122021/most-of-yaras-european-ammonia-production-back-on-stream/
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