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Uralchem reports higher fertilizer output in 2015
Uralchem (Moscow), a leading producer of fertilizers focusing on the nitrogen and phosphate sectors, last year increased its total output by 4% to 5.89 million m.t. The nitrogen segment saw production rise by 2% to 4.94 million m.t., including a 6% rise in...

PhosAgro reports higher fertilizer, phosphate rock output in 2015
PhosAgro (Moscow) on Monday reported an increase in the production and sales of fertilizers in 2015. Production was 10.4% higher year-on-year (YOY) at 6.8 million m.t. with sales rising 8.9% to 6.6 million m.t. Production of phosphate fertilizers and feed...

EuroChem and Agrinos sign equity investment and two collaboration agreements
Fertilizer producer EuroChem Group (Zug, Switzerland) and Agrinos (Oslo), a global leader in biological crop nutrition products, have on Thursday signed an equity investment and two strategic collaboration agreements. As part of the equity investment...

Acron Group reports drop in fertilizer production
Fertilizer producer Acron Group (Veliky Novgorod, Russia) on Wednesday announced its 2015 production results, up 2.6%, to 6.4 million m.t. The fertilizer output was down 1.5%, to 5.0 million m.t., including 1.8 million m.t. of ammonia, down 3.1%; 3.0 million...

Linde to supply Gazprom's ethane, NGL extraction and helium production units in Russia
Linde announced on Thursday that it has been selected by Gazprom (Moscow), Gazprom Pererabotka Blagoveshchensk and its general contractor NIPIgas as the licensor for cryogenic gas separation technology at the previously announced Amur gas processing plant...

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