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Record natural gas prices force Yara to curtail ammonia production

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Yara has announced that it is curtailing ammonia production at a number of its plants, as a result of record-high natural gas prices in Europe affecting ammonia production margins.

Including optimisation of on-going maintenance, Yara will by next week have curtailed around 40% of its European ammonia production capacity.

Yara has said that it will continue to monitor the situation, with the objective to keep supplying customers but curtailing production where necessary.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/nitrogen/17092021/record-natural-gas-prices-force-yara-to-curtail-ammonia-production/

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