Perdaman has entered into an historic agreement with the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation (MAC) as part of its plans to build a fertilizer manufacturing plant near Karratha.
Global ammonium chloride market is poised to reflect moderate growth under 5% for the fertilizer, pharmaceuticals, food, other metal industries and textiles sectors.
The company has said the decision was reached in light of the continued downward pressure on global fertilizer prices.
A 500 m aircore drilling programme at the Laverton Links SOP project in Western Australia will aim to convert the current Exploration Target to a Mineral Resource estimate.
The company has signed term sheets with Unifert, Indagro and Ferisur for the sale of Lake Way sulfate of potash, with a total volume commitment of 170 000 tpy.
Petrofac's Engineering & Production Services has been awarded a contract by Asean Bintulu Fertiliser (ABF) Sdn Bhd, one of Malaysia’s largest fertilizer plants, for its Third Boiler Project.
The Northern Australia Facility loan from the government of Western Australia will assist in developing infrastructure for the company's sulfate of potash project at Beyondie.
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.
Strategic partner and financial investor processes are underway with the aim of securing US$600 million of Initial Scope funding, with various parties engaged and assessing information.