Agrium to Enlarge Its Nitrogen Plant in Borger

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03 Mar 2014 11:30

CHEMMONITOR.COM - Agrium, with headquarters in Canada, plans to enlarge its Borger nitrogen facility (the US). The firm plans to construct new 610,000 tonnes per year urea plant at its Texas-located facility. About 100,000 tonnes of the capacity will be Diesel Emission Fuel (DEF) grade urea, which lowers emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) in diesel vehicles.

Agrium is also predicted to enlarge ammonia output by 145,000 tonnes annually.

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