Stamicarbon has signed contracts with Hubei Sanning Chemical Industrial Co. Ltd for the licensing of technology and the delivery of proprietary equipment for a grassroots urea plant in China.
Salt Lake Potash has entered into an MoU with Mitsubishi Australia Ltd and Mitsubishi Corp., setting out the basis for the first offtake agreement for the Goldfields Salt Lakes Project.
Mosaic Fertilizer has started up a new sulfur melter at its New Wales facility, using a MECS® DynaWave® reverse jet scrubber licensed by DuPont to remove SO2, H2S and sulfur particulate.
KBR Inc. has been awarded an ammonia plant contract by Toyo Engineering Corp. for the Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Ltd greenfield urea project in Gorakhpur, India.
According to Reuters, Petrobras has announced that it will delay idling two of its fertilizer plants by 120 days.
Fluor Corp. has been awarded the FEED contract by Enppi for the offsites and utilities section of the main plant complex and support services for the Waphco phosphoric acid production plant in Egypt.
According to Reuters, Phosagro – the Russian fertilizer producer – has announced that it experienced a 63% fall in 4Q17 net profit to 4.3 billion roubles (US$75 million).
Gensource Potash Corp. has announced that it has entered into a non-binding memorandum of understanding with a long-time leader in the North American agriculture industry.
KBR Inc. has announced that it has been awarded a contract by JSC Dorogobuzh – a subsidiary of JSC ACRON – to provide equipment to revamp its ammonia plant in Dorogobuzh, Smolensk, Russia.
Arianne Phosphate has announced that it has received an investment from the Government of Quebec by way of a private placement of CAN$1 407 000 into the common shares of Arianne.
According to Reuters, Petrobras is currently considering an offer for two of its fertilizer factories.
According to Reuters, Petrobras has announced that it will mothball two fertilizer factories towards the end of 1H18.
Metafrax has announced that it has commenced construction of a 58 billion ruble chemical plant in Gubakha, Perm Territory, Russia.
According to Reuters, Walmart Inc.’s recent patent filings suggest that it sees a future in which farmers use drones to spot problems with crops, and apply chemicals or disperse pollen.