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PhosAgro mulls new fertilizer complex on Kola Peninsula

3:53 AM MDT | May 23, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

PhosAgro (Moscow), a major phosphate fertilizer producer, is considering constructing a new ammonia plant as well as downstream production facilities at its Apatit phosphate ore complex on the Kola Peninsula, in Russia. Apatit produces high-grade phosphate ore.   The project was recently discussed by CEO Andrey Guryev and Marina Kovtun, acting governor of the Murmansk region, where Apatit is located. There are plans to build a gas pipeline in the region, which would supply the feedstock to the proposed fertilizer complex. PhosAgro would need 1.2 billion...

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