The company will host a conference call the following day to discuss and answer investor questions.
The paper, published in Nature Sustainability, states the case for national governments requiring manufacturers to sell nitrogen fertilizer with compounds that increase efficiency and reduce pollution.
Yara has announced that it has ended all discussions with Arab Potash Co. regarding potential cooperation in the field of potassium nitrate through APC’s subsidiary, KEMAPCO.
According to Reuters, Nutrien has reported a better-than-expected profit, caused by higher prices for both potash and nitrogen fertilizers.
Koch Agronomic Services has announced that its new nitrification inhibitor for anhydrous ammonia and UAN has received approval from the EPA under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.
Brandt has released a statement claiming that it has opened a 42 000 ft2 production facility for specialty formulation products in Visalia, California, US.
Yara International ASA has released a statement announcing lower 2Q18 results compared with a year earlier.
KBR Inc. has announced that it has been awarded a nitric acid plant revamp contract by Haifa Chemicals Ltd for its plant in Mishor-Rotem, Israel.
Dakota Gasification Co. has signed a definitive agreement with OCI N.V. to sell nitrogen fertilizers and diesel exhaust fluid in North America through a newly formed 50:50 joint venture, N-7 LLC.
Nutrien Ltd has announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly dividend of US$0.40 per share payable 18 July 2018 to shareholders of record on 29 June 2018.
Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile S.A. has released its results for 1Q18, reporting earnings of US$113.8 million, up from US$103.2 million in 1Q17.
Max-IR Labs has been awarded a grant of US$225 000 from the National Science Foundation to continue its development of a novel real-time optical sensor for nitrate detection in water and soil.
Nutrien Ltd has signed an agreement with Tianqi Lithium Corp., under which Tianqi has agreed to purchase 62 556 568 ‘A shares’ of SQM held by Nutrien.
The company has attributed the decision to recent actions in Ukraine restricting foreign suppliers of fertilizers and expectations of a further deterioration in the business climate.