Ammonia Week in Review | April 12, 2022



Russian Bombing Leads to Ammonia Leak in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Russian Separatists say Ukraine Shelled Brewery, caused Ammonia Leak – Pro-Russian separatists accused Ukraine of shelling a brewery in the occupied eastern city of Donetsk on Wednesday, killing one person and triggering a leak of ammonia, Interfax news agency said. […keep reading]

UPDATE Employees Being Evaluated after Ammonia Leak at National Beef in Hummels Wharf – An ammonia leak at National Beef Friday night caused the evacuation of the building and the treatment of 46 employees and contractors who were at the plant. […keep reading]

LIFECO Restarts Second Ammonia and Second Urea Plants After Two-Month Halt – The Libyan Fertiliser Company (LIFECO) announced yesterday that it had restarted operations at its second ammonia and its second urea plants with a production capacity of 80 percent for each plant. […keep reading]

CF Industries Upped at Barclays on Benefits of Low-Cost U.S. Ammonia Operations – U.K. natural gas prices are ~7x above U.S. levels, so European ammonia producers face much higher input cost pressure, which means CF Industries (CF) – with 83% of its production in the U.S. […keep reading]


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