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Three Indian Firms to Develop Coal-Based Fertilizer Plant

12:37 PM MDT | August 22, 2011

The Indian government has selected state-owned Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilizers (Kolkata) to reactivate a shuttered urea complex at Talcher, Srikant Jena, India’s chemicals and fertilizers minister says. Talcher is one of eight idle urea facilities that India is planning to reactivate under previously announced plans. The ministry’s department of fertilizers says it has received a memorandum of intent from Gail, Rashtriya, and Coal India Ltd. (CIL; New Delhi) to establish an integrated coal gasification-based nitrogen fertilizer complex at Talcher...

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