04 November 2010 16:03 [Source: ICIS news]
PRAGUE (ICIS)--Zaklady Azotowe Tarnow (ZAT) plans to increase the domestically sourced proportion of its gas consumption from 40% to more than 60% with the opening of two new gas mines, the Polish fertilizer producer said on Thursday.
Analysts view the Polish chemical industry as generally vulnerable because of a lack of diverse gas supplies, as around two-thirds of ?xml:namespace>
ZAT and ZAK, which makes nitrogen fertilizer, oxo-alcohols and plastics, could be subject to a renewed privatisation effort at the beginning of 2011, the Polish treasury ministry said.
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