K+S Potash Canada has accepted their first domestic railcars built by National Steel Car (NSC) in Hamilton, Ontario.
The capacity of Acron’s four urea units in Veliky Novgorod is now 1800 tpd, following an overhaul of four production units.
Laura Cross and Benjamin Treadwell, Integer Research, UK, report on how the Middle East and North Africa region’s position as one of the most competitive nitrogen producers is changing.
Djibouti has installed a new US$90 million potash port in Ethiopia, which comes as the second of 4 new ports to be built.
Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki has confirmed that the Edo Fertilizer Blending Plant in Auchi, Estako West, will begin commercial operation by mid-June 2017.
Encanto Potash Corp. will have the capacity to produce and export 3.4 million tpy, according to a recently completed Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) by Amec Foster Wheeler.
Richard Ewing and Deepika Thapliyal, ICIS, UK, analyse natural gas as an increasingly powerful resource for fertilizer manufacturing.
Kalium Lakes Ltd (KLL) has released an update on current test pumping and brine analysis results for the Beyondie SOP Project.
K+S has produced the first tonnes of marketable potash in its new Bethune potash mine in Saskatchewan.