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BASF and Yara plan to build ammonia plant

13-05-2014

BASF and Yara have made good progress with their plan to jointly build a world-scale ammonia plant on the U.S. Gulf Coast. The proposed plant would be located at the existing BASF site in Freeport, Texas, have an annual capacity of 750,000 metric tons, and be based on a hydrogen-synthesis ...

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BASF and Yara: Potential joint ammonia investment

21-10-2013

BASF and Yara are evaluating a possible joint investment into a world scale ammonia plant at the U.S. Gulf Coast. BASF, which has a strong presence in the United States, is currently a major user of ammonia for its U.S. downstream manufacturing activities and intends to further strengthen its ...

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ThyssenKrupp Uhde successfully commissions Europe’s biggest urea plant

21-10-2011

Europe’s biggest urea plant comes on-stream: The Dortmund-based ThyssenKrupp EPC contractors have supplied and commissioned a plant for the production of 3,500 tonnes per day of urea solution in Sluiskil, Netherlands, for Yara of Norway. The plant, which took three years to build, has now been ...

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Yara signs LoI for construction of Burrup TAN plant

25-03-2011

Yara International ASA has signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) for the construction of a 330,000 ton p.a. technical ammonium nitrate (TAN) plant at Burrup, Australia. The total cost of the project is estimated at approximately USD 700 million.Yara International ASA has signed a LoI with Técnicas ...

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Accident at Yara Tertre plant in Belgium

01-07-2009

An accident at the Tertre plant is likely to halt ammonia production for a prolonged period. Two people were injured, but their injuries are not critical. The explosion took place early Saturday morning. An assessment will be carried out into the possible consequences on the rest of the Terte ...

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Yara with permanent NPK closure in Peremarton, Hungary

29-05-2009

Yara International ASA will permanently close its NPK plant in Peremarton, Hungary. The Peremarton plant has an annual production capacity of 150,000 tons NPK. The production has been temporarily stopped since early October 2008. The plant became part of Yara with the acquisition of Kemira ...

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Yara prolongs maintenance stops for NPK production

02-04-2009

Yara International ASA will during second quarter prolong the planned maintenance stops for its Nordic NPK production. The prolongations will reduce NPK production with approximately 200,000 tons and production of co-product Calcium Nitrate with approximately 50,000 tons. The planned maintenance ...

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Yara restarts production in Le Havre

26-02-2009

Yara International ASA has decided to restart production of ammonia and urea at its site in Le Havre, France, in mid March. The Le Havre facility transforms natural gas into ammonia and urea, which are the main components in the production of nitrogen fertilizers and chemicals. The site has an ...

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Yara restarts production in Ferrara

23-01-2009

Yara International ASA has decided to restart production of urea and ammonia at its site in Ferrara, Italy. Yara has started preparations to restart Yara Ferrara following improved market conditions. Start up of the urea and ammonia plants is expected during February. The Ferrara facility ...

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Yara to expand phosphate operation in Siilinjärvi, Finland

10-12-2008

Yara International ASA will strengthen its phosphate rock base by investing in new capacity at its mine in Siilinjärvi in Finland. The EUR 60 million investment will increase capacity from 850,000 tons to 1 million tons per year. "The project strengthens the scale and competitiveness of our rock ...

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