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Uralchem’s fertilizer terminal in Latvia ships 2 million m.t. of products
Uralchem (Moscow), a producer of fertilizers, says that its fertilizer terminal at Riga, Latvia, has shipped 2 million m.t. of products since starting up in February 2014. The terminal has already transshipped to 106 vessels of various tonnages. Having its...

Technip awarded contract for ammonia plant in Slovakia
Technip says chemical company Duslo (Sal’a, Slovakia) has awarded it a contract on lump-sum, turnkey basis to develop the engineering, procurement, and construction of a new ammonia production unit to be built in the company’s existing fertilizer...

PhosAgro commissions PKS fertilizer plant in Russia
Fertilizer major PhosAgro (Moscow) has announced the commissioning of a new phosphate-potash fertilizer production line with a capacity of 100,000 m.t./year of PKS fertilizers, together with a finished product warehouse with a 1,500 m.t. capacity. ...

Sibur starts work on its largest project, completion may take longer than expected
Sibur announced today that the first foundations have been laid on ZapSibNeftekhim, the company’s biggest investment project being built at Tobolsk, Russia. The ceremony was attended Anton Ustinov, adviser to the president of Russia; Svetlana Radionova...

Russian ethylene production declines
Production of ethylene in the Russian Federation declined by more than 10% during 2014 to a total of 2.4 million m.t. Production in 2013 reached 2.67 million m.t. The main reason for the decline was the enforced stoppage at the Stavrolen complex owned by...

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