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Fertilizer producer agrees to reduce harmful air emissions

Three subsidiaries of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan (PCS), the world's largest fertilizer producer, have agreed to take action to reduce harmful air emissions at eight U.S. production plants.
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CF Industries in merger talks with Yara

Chicago-based nitrogen fertilizer producer CF Industries is holding merger talks with Norway's Yara International ASA.
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Norway's Yara acquires majority stake in Brazilian phosphate miner

Norwegian fertilizer producer Yara International ASA has agreed to acquire a 60 percent stake in Brazilian company Galvani Indústria, Comércio e Serviços S/A, expanding its interests in South America.

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Brazil ramps up fertilizer production amid growing agricultural demand

In a bid to reduce dependency on imported products, Brazil is set to invest billions of dollars in projects that will increase its domestic output of fertilizers.
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Nutrient recovery facility turns pollutants into eco-friendly fertilizer

The city of Saskatoon has opened a new commercial nutrient recovery facility in partnership with Canadian-based company Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc.
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LSB to build ammonia plant in Arkansas

LSB Industries' Chemical Business has announced plans to construct a 375,000 ton per year ammonia plant at the El Dorado Chemical Co. (EDC) site in El Dorado, Ark.
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US fertilizer makers put expansion plans on hold

Growth in the U.S. fertilizer industry seems to be slowing down and fewer new projects will be announced as sector players grapple with market difficulties and higher construction costs.
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Africa looks for a share in global petrochemical, oil-refining markets

Ongoing reforms in Nigeria's gas sector will make the West African country a regional hub for petrochemical and fertilizer production by 2017, according to Nigerian National Petroleum Corp. (NNPC) Group Executive Director David Ige.
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Chinese authorities waited five days to report dangerous chemical spill

Authorities in the northern Chinese province of Shanxi have apologized for waiting nearly a week to report a massive chemical spill into a major waterway.
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