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used as an explosive and fertilizer and rocket propellant

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Company secretary Carol Devlin said: "We are concentrating on restarting the production of ammonia nitrate in Billingham and are not looking at redundancies at this stage.
Global ammonia nitrate (AN) prices were up 21% YoY to $301/tonne (FOB Baltic) and NPK prices rose 15% YoY to $400/tonne (FOB FSU) in the quarter.
It provides the most complete and current analytical account of the following areas: Ammonia Nitrate producers, plant-by-plant capacities, supply/demand, future demand trend forecasts, Ammonia Nitrate prices, international trade, upcoming projects.
Today's photograph shows firemen cooling down the axle box of a rail wagon loaded with sacks of highly explosive ammonia nitrate on Carlisle's London Road siding.
manufactures and sells nitrogen fertilizer products including ammonia, urea ammonia nitrate, urea granule and urea solution in the Mid Corn Belt region of the United States.
Prices for ammonium have increased by 36% YTD, the cost of ammonia nitrate has grown by 21%, and the price for DAP has risen by 29%.
Coffeyville Resources, LLC is an independent refiner and marketer of high value transportation fuels and a producer of ammonia and urea ammonia nitrate, or UAN, fertilizers.
It was made from a plastic bottle containing ammonia nitrate and sugar and a sparkler.
Conrad Hardie, general manager, said supplies of ammonia nitrate were not involved in the fire.
The maintenance undertaken at the urea plant, which produces urea ammonia nitrate ("UAN") is not complete.
Rentech Energy Midwest Corporation, the Company's wholly-owned subsidiary, manufactures and sells nitrogen fertilizer products including ammonia, urea ammonia nitrate solution and liquid and granular urea in the Mid Corn Belt region of the central United States.
The government is also putting a particular emphasis on heavy metal, COD and ammonia nitrates.