Global fertilizer trade-flow, production, consumption and price trend map

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U.S. Coal Losing Power Business Dominance but Not Going Away

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Power Engineering – December 9th, 2014 Coal’s long dominant role in U.S. power generation is steadily losing ground to natural gas, but coal isn’t going away anytime soon. This seemed to be one of the recurring themes among the keynote speakers at PennWell’s Power-Gen-International conference Dec. 9 in Orlando, Fla.

IMO’s decision on Nitrogen emissions from ships provides a clearer framework for the Maritime Industry

Posted in: Company News- May 15, 2014 Comments Off

May 15th, 2014 With the active involvement of the HELCOM member states including all Baltic Sea countries, the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 66) has agreed last Friday on a compromise on the implementation dates of existing as well as future Nitrogen Oxide Emission Control Areas (NOx ECAs) under the MARPOL [...]

Supreme Court upholds EPA rule to reduce cross-state pollution

Posted in: Company News- May 01, 2014 Comments Off

Los Angeles, CA – April 29th, 2014 The Supreme Court handed the Obama administration a significant victory on an environmental issue, with a 6-2 decision that upholds a regulation requiring Midwestern states with coal-fired power plants to reduce harmful emissions that drift to the East Coast and mid-Atlantic.

Air quality board to consider another relaxation of diesel rules

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Los Angeles, CA – April 21, 2014 Under pressure, air quality board might again give small trucking operations more time to comply with rules to clean up diesel emissions.

Ohio issues draft permit to PCS Nitrogen

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Green Markets Dealer Report – January 6, 2014 Lima, Ohio—The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has issued a draft air permit for the planned modification of the PCS Nitrogen plant in Lima, and will hold a public information session and hearing Thursday, Jan. 9, to explain the draft permit and accept public comments. The meeting will [...]

GAC/CDI Expand Into New Market

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August 30th, 2013 In partnership with Cervantes-Delgado, Inc. (CDI), GAC Chemical is pleased to announce the completion of its full-service solutionizing system and liquid storage terminal at the GAC Chemical facility in Searsport, Maine. With the completed additions to their physical plant GAC can receive dry or liquid feedstock urea by rail and truck for [...]

Use of coal to generate power rises; greenhouse gas emissions next?

Posted in: Company News- Jul 12, 2013 Comments Off

July 10, 2013 WASHINGTON — Power plants in the United States are burning coal more often to generate electricity, reversing the growing use of natural gas and threatening to increase domestic emissions of greenhouse gases after a period of decline, according to a federal report. Coal’s share of total domestic power generation in the first [...]

Feds, truckers clash over new safety rules

Posted in: Company News- Jul 12, 2013 Comments Off

June 30th, 2013 The federal government thinks long-haul truckers like Bryan Spoon need more rest. But with the Department of Transportation’s new rules forcing drivers to take longer breaks and cut back on hours behind the wheel, Spoon thinks the government has created a solution looking for a problem.

White House to propose energy policies to cut emissions

Posted in: Company News- Jun 18, 2013 Comments Off

June 14th, 2013 The Obama administration said it will roll out proposed energy policies and regulations aimed at cutting emissions in July, according to Bloomberg. In the context of environmentalist pressure to block the construction of the TransCanada Keystone XL oil sands pipeline, President Barack Obama told fundraisers at closed-door events that the White House will [...]