20 April 2011 17:35 [Source: ICIS news]LONDON (ICIS)--Total sulphur exports from the Canadian ?xml:namespace>
The drop is a result of restricted supply from major Canadian sulphur supplier Shell between December 2010 and January 2011, because of the shutdown of the Shantz sulphur-forming facility, which was caused by a fire.
The plant restarted in January 2011 and was producing 7,000 tonnes of sulphur during the month, compared with 70,000 tonnes/month of sulphur before its closure.
A total of 193,000 tonnes of sulphur was delivered to
As Canadian suppliers continue to consciously stay out of
The only other country importing Canadian sulphur in March was
Total exports from
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