Yara has announced that it is expanding its improvement programme by 70%, evaluating an IPO of its industrial nitrogen businesses, and setting out clear principles for capital allocation.
The partnership sees ADNOC combine its fertilizer business, ADNOC Fertilizers, into OCI’s Middle East and North Africa nitrogen fertilizer platform. ADNOC and OCI will own a 42% and 58% stake in the JV respectively.
Argus Media has announced that it has signed a collaboration agreement with the International Fertilizer Development Center (IFDC).
EuroChem Group AG has announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding to create new business technologies and practices with leading Russian financial institution Sberbank and coal producer SUEK.
EuroChem Group AG has opened a new ammonia production plant, EuroChem Northwest, in Kingisepp, Russia. The plant has the largest single-train production capacity in Europe, at 1 million tpy.
Argus Media is reporting that weak ammonia prices have raised the upgrading margins on urea production to their highest since 2012.
Dorogobuzh, an Acron Group company, donated 1000 t of mineral fertilizers to farmers in 23 districts of Smolensk region received free of charge in 2019.
The shareholder meeting on 30 May 2019 approved Acron annual report, financial statements and profit and loss distribution for 2018.
The DuPont board formally approved the US$2 billion share buyback programme and the DuPont pro forma financial information has been filed with additional segment level pro forma information anticipated in the near future.
CF Industries Holdings, Inc. has announced that Dennis Kelleher, Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, has informed the company he will retire from CF effective 1 September 2019.
Argus Media is reporting that Polish fertilizer production continued to rise strongly on the year in April, government data show.
JAMG Group’s Shanxi Jinfeng Coal Chemical Co., Ltd and Proman Group’s Milan-based Eurotecnica Company have come to an agreement for the implementation of a 60 000 tpy melamine project.
Acron Group’s 1Q19 International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) net profit has gone up 82% to US$133 million.