Nitrogen producers will be the most affected in the fertilizer sector by tighter emission regulations, particularly in Europe, and by closer investor focus, according to Fitch Ratings.
The conference, which will take place under the theme ‘Powering a resilient, responsive and agile supply chain’, will feature leading industry speakers from the region and the world to discuss the challenges facing global and regional supply chains, the role of sustainability and digitalisation in enabling a successful future and the lessons learned from the pandemic.
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In the first part of a two-part article, Shahram Hashemi, Shiraz Petrochemical Complex, Iran, reviews the development of Iran’s petrochemical and fertilizer industry.
In an article from the March 2021 issue of World Fertilizer, Robert Waggeling, Microtrac MRB, Germany, discusses online particle characterisation methods for fertilizer.
In an article from the March 2021 issue of World Fertilizer, Gordon Cope, Contributing Editor, explores the opportunities and challenges faced by the fertilizer industry in Africa.
In an article from the March 2021 issue of World Fertilizer, Dave Allard, Hydro, Inc., USA, discusses the importance of the impeller-to-diffuser relationship for reliable pump operations.
The March issue of World Fertilizer is now available to read online! The issue includes a regional report on Africa’s fertilizer industry, as well as technical articles that cover phosphate processing, wastewater treatment, pumps, digitalisation, particle characterisation, vertical plate technology and corrosion inhibition.
EarthRenew has upsized its previously announced acquisition of Replenish Nutrients equity from 38% to 100%.
Henan Xinlianxin and Stamicarbon have signed licensing and equipment supply contracts for a second ultra-low energy grass root urea plant.