Fluor Corp. has announced that Ma’aden Wa’ad Al-Shamal Phosphate Company’s Umm Wu’al phosphate project has started production of ammonia, merchant-grade acid and fertilizer.
The Federal Service for Environmental, Technological and Nuclear Oversight has recognised Acron for its process safety management.
Midwest Fertilizer Co. has announced that its plans to construct a US$2.8 billion nitrogen fertilizer production plant in southwestern Indiana are moving forward.
MWSPC will receive two loans to finance the construction of a phosphoric acid plant and phosphate concentrate plant in Waad Al Shamal, and an ammonia plant in Ras Al-Khair.
Under the licensing and basic engineering design contact, KBR will supply its proprietary ammonia technology to increase the plant’s capacity.
Acron has completed an overhaul of one of its facilities. A new turbine generator will deliver savings of up to RUB 120 million annually.
Dorogobuzh has commissioned a new big-bag and bulk fertilizer loading unit in an ammonium nitrate shipment area, which has increased rail shipments of finished products.
First Energy Bank has exited from its investment in Bulgaria. FEB had invested in December 2013 jointly with Borealis in FEBORAN, which is an investment vehicle set up in Bulgaria to acquire 20.3% equity stake in Neochim.
Petrokemija, Croatia, has temporarily halted production at its ammonia plant due to a technical failure.