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Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co. advances $1.6-billion Quebec urea complex

1:21 PM MDT | April 16, 2014 | Lindsay Frost

Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (Iffco) Canada (Montreal), the Canada arm of an Indian fertilizer distributor, announced today that the government of Quebec has authorized the company to move forward with the proposed fertilizer plant at...


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Sri Lankan company to establish textile chemical plant

Sri Lanka's Board of Investment (BOI; Colombo) has signed an agreement with S&D Associates (Colombo), to establish a textile chemical plant under the name S&D Chemicals, the Sri Lankan government's official news site says. The plant is to be located...

BASF to build specialty amines plant at Ludwigshafen

BASF says it is building a new, world-scale plant to produce specialty amines at Ludwigshafen. The facility, which will have a production capacity of 12,000 m.t./year, is expected to start production at the end of 2015. The product range of this flexible...

Shintech seeks permit for Louisiana ethylene plant

Shintech, the US subsidiary of Shin-Etsu Chemical (Tokyo), has applied to the Louisiana Department of Environment Quality for a permit to build a 500,000-m.t./year ethylene plant. The company says it has not chosen a site, but a leading candidate will be land already owned by Shintech....

IC Potash receives BLM approval of New Mexico potash project

IC Potash (ICP; Toronto) announced today that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has authorized ICP to construct and operated a sulphate of potash project, called Ochoa, at Lea County, NM.  “We are pleased with the favorable [decision] from the...

K+S signs long-term handling, storage agreement for potash project in Canada

K+S Potash Canada (Saskatoon, SK), a subsidiary of K+S Group (Kassel, Germany); and Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT; Port Moody, BC) have signed an exclusive, long-term contract for the handling and storage of potash produced at K+S Potash Canada’s planned...

Air Products to build hydrogen plant at Enterprise PDH unit

Air Products will build a 40-million standard cubic feet/day hydrogen production facility to process a hydrogen-rich off-gas stream from a new propane dehydrogenation (PDH) facility Enterprise Products is currently building at Mont Belvieu, TX. The PDH plant...

Sumitomo buys stake in Cepsa phenol project at Shanghai

Sumitomo has agreed to acquire a minority share in Cepsa Química China (Shanghai), and the resulting company will be a 75-25 joint venture between Cepsa (Madrid) and Sumitomo, the latter announced today. The agreement will combine Sumitomo's Asian...

Report: Deepak Fertilisers studies TAN capacity expansion

Deepak Fertilisers (Pune, India) is assessing the possibility of expanding its technical ammonium nitrate (TAN) capacity, according to a report from The Hindu. TAN is used as an explosive in the mining and infrastructure industries. TAN sales represented...

Borealis expands XLPE capacity to meet cable and wire demand

Borealis will expand its crosslinked polyethylene (XLPE) production facilities at Stenungsund, Sweden, and as part of the ongoing Borouge 3 project in Abu Dhabi, the company has announced. The expansion is expected to help Borealis meet demand for polyolefin...

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