Titan Chemicals Holding has become the majority shareholder for Cronus Fertilizers' ammonia project in Tuscola, Illinois, US.
The facility will have a production capacity of approximately 1.3 million tpy of ammonia and produce nitrogen-based fertilizers.
The Ammonia-4 unit will consume most of energy resources from the unit, which will provide up to 60% of its ultrafiltered water. The remainder will be delivered to the facility’s water supply network.
Global ammonium chloride market is poised to reflect moderate growth under 5% for the fertilizer, pharmaceuticals, food, other metal industries and textiles sectors.
The Yara Trinidad plant is one of the company's smallest ammonia plants, with an annual production capacity of approximately 270 000 t of ammonia.
The company recorded a net loss of US$23 million, or US$0.20 per common unit, on net sales of US$89 million for 3Q19, compared to a net loss of US$13 million, or US$0.12 per common unit, on net sales of US$80 million for 3Q18.
The EU UAN anti-dumping regulation is the first under the European Union’s new trade defence modernisation rules.
The Group will supply over 100 000 t of ammonium nitrate and NPK to the Bryansk, Orel and Novgorod regional departments of agriculture for 2020.
Under the terms of the agreement, Maire Tecnimont will carry out preliminary engineering and site surveying work at the brownfield site adjacent to EuroChem’s existing production facilities at Kingisepp.