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Grande Paroisse Is Renamed

12:27 PM MDT | August 7, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Grande Paroisse, the fertilizers subsidiary of Total, has changed its name to GPN. The company says it plans to invest €110 million ($149 million) by the end of 2008 at its three main production sites in France. The project focuses on upgrading and expanding nitric acid output at Grand-Quevilly; urea production at Grandpuits; and storage and logistics facilities at Mazingarbe. GPN produces mainly nitrogen and NPK fertilizers, and has sales of about €600...

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