Saudi Ma’aden to restart USD825m ammonia plant

02 Apr 2015

(MENAFN) Ma’aden, Saudi Arabian Mining Co consortium, announced reinitiating a USD 825 million ammonia plant after a short-term cessation for maintenances, Saudi Gazette reported.

The consortium formerly announced its forecasts of a ten-day shutdown set to occur. Nonetheless, no side effects on the production dammonium phosphate were seen.

Ma’aden owns a 70 percent share of Maaden Phosphate Co (MPC); the remaining 30 percent is taken by Saudi Basic Industries. In the meantime, US factories growth was seen at slower strides.

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