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Togliattiazot suspends transit of ammonia

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The Russian company Togliattiazot has said that due to the situation in Ukraine it has decided to suspend the transit of ammonia, citing concerns about the safety of people living near the Togliatti-Odessa ammonia pipeline.

TOAZ has shut down operation of 4 ammonia units and put 3 ammonia units into a reduced load mode. The company has said that ammonia production will continue in the quantity sufficient to ensure the internal production of urea and urea formaldehyde concentrate, as well as to ensure fulfillment of all obligations to the consumers of ammonia, shipment to whom is performed by railway transport.

The rest of the production facilities at the company's industrial site, as well as all auxiliary services, are operating normally.

The company has said it is working on alternative ways to deliver products to consumers, including increasing railway shipments.

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