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Yara Industrial AS

Karoline Kristiansensvei 8
0661 Oslo
Norway
Tel.
+47 24 15 76 00
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+4722686221

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    Yara and BASF break ground on new ammonia plant

    Yara International ASA and BASF broke ground today on a world scale ammonia plant at the BASF site in Freeport, Texas. Total capital investment for the plant – which is expected to come online in 2017 – is estimated at $600 million. As part of the project, Yara will build an ammonia tank at ... more

    Yara and BASF to build ammonia plant in Freeport, Texas

    Yara International and BASF Group have agreed to build a world scale ammonia plant at BASF’s site in Freeport, Texas. The plant will use hydrogen as raw material, reducing capital expenditures (capex), maintenance and carbon dioxide emissions significantly.The ammonia plant will be owned 68 ... more

    Borealis divests joint-ownership share in LeHavre urea production plant and relatedammonia storage facility

    Borealis announced that its French subsidiary Borealis Chimie divests its joint-ownership share in the Le Havre urea production plant and related ammonia storage facility at Gonfreville l'Orcher, France. Following the divestment, the plant and related storage facility will be fully owned by ... more

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    Yara Italia S.p.A.

    Yara is the world's leading producer and marketer of mineral fertilizers that are being supplied to markets around the globe to provide growers with essential plant nutrients required for sustainable food production. In addition to fertilizers Yara have gases and chemicals, mostly in the fo ... more

    Yara International ASA

    Yara is the world's leading producer and marketer of mineral fertilizers that are being supplied to markets around the globe to provide growers with essential plant nutrients required for sustainable food production. In addition to fertilizers Yara have gases and chemicals, mostly in the fo ... more

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