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Indian Farmers Fertiliser Co. advances $1.6-billion Quebec urea complex

8:38 AM MDT | April 16, 2014 | Lindsay Frost

Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative (Iffco) Canada (Montreal), the Canada arm of an Indian fertilizer distributor, announced today that the government of Quebec has authorized the company to move forward with the proposed fertilizer plant at Bécancour, PQ. The new urea production facility will have annual capacity of 1.3–1.6 million m.t./year of granular urea and 760,000 m.t. of diesel exhaust fluid. The project cost will be $1.6 billion, Iffco says. "Our focus now is on project financing which, once finalized, will pave the way for...

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