Priyanka Khemka, USA, and Thomas Heinrich, Bahrain, Nexant, provide a detailed look at changes in India's natural gas market and implications for the fertilizer industry.
Total external cost of the facility at Deendayal port in Gujarat is estimated at Rs1.38 billion (US$21 million), with the port also expected to invest a further Rs3.4 billion into the project.
Following the recent news that TechnipFMC and LTHE have been awarded major EPCC contracts for two natural gas based fertilizer complexes in Eastern India, LTHE’s CEO has spoken on the matter.
KBR Inc. has been awarded an ammonia plant contract by Toyo Engineering Corp. for the Hindustan Urvarak and Rasayan Ltd greenfield urea project in Gorakhpur, India.
Toyo Engineering Corp. has announced that it has been awarded a contract for the construction of a large scale fertilizer complex in Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh state, India.
According to Reuters, Nutrien Ltd is expecting potash demand growth in both China and India to cool down this year.
Yara International ASA has announced that it has completed the acquisition of Tata Chemicals’ urea business in India.
Agrium Inc. and Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. have announced that their proposed merger of equals transaction has been approved by India.
According to Bloomberg, the Indian state-run gas utility GAIL India Ltd is planning to use US-imported LNG to restart three idled fertilizer plants.
Arab Potash Company has agreed to supply 550 000 – 600 000 t of potash to Indian Potash Limited and Zuari Chemicals.