Bloomberg states that Ameropa found fertilizer production "harder than expected".
Bloomberg continues that "while the company doesn't plan to exit the space, it won't expand or look for other production assets." It continues "like many of its rivals, it has seen industry margins shrink".
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/special-reports/16012019/ameropa-not-planning-on-expanding-fertilizer-business/
Strike Energy will manufacture 1.4 million tpy of low carbon urea at the Narngulu Industrial Estate at Geraldton and will require up to 390 tpd of green hydrogen to complement the renewable hydrogen produced onsite.