19 November 2009 16:04 [Source: ICIS news]
PotashCorp’s 04 ammonia plant in Point Lisas was scheduled to be shut down on 19 October for maintenance that was to last approximately 28 days and result in a loss of about 56,000 tonnes of ammonia, the company said.
As such, the plant was originally scheduled to restart on 21 November. However, the shutdown was delayed by two days, and three extra days were needed for additional maintenance, a PotashCorp spokesman said.
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