ICIS at TFI 2014

PODCAST: UK’s Sirius Minerals targets substitution market with polyhalite fertilizer

LONDON (ICIS)--Senior markets editor Sylvia Traganida speaks to potash and nitrates markets editor Andy Hemphill following his visit to UK fertilizer... Thu, 16 Nov 2017

INSIGHT: Salts of the Earth

By Andy Hemphill LONDON (ICIS)--Deep in the Australian outback, amid barren, featureless desert countryside reminiscent of Mad Max, lies a series of... Wed, 15 Nov 2017

Malaysia's PETRONAS Chemicals 2017 profit growth seen at 35-41%

SINGAPORE (ICIS)--PETRONAS Chemicals Group’s (PCG) full-year net profit is expected to post a strong double-digit growth to a record high, largely... Wed, 15 Nov 2017

APLA '17: Argentina YPF reviewing feedstock for possible petchem plants

RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (ICIS)--Argentine state energy producer YPF is in the early stages of assessing how much feedstock is available for possible... Mon, 13 Nov 2017

INSIGHT: Brexit must not leave chemicals firms out of Reach

By Niall Swan LONDON (ICIS)--6,364 registrations under the EU’s Reach regulation filed by UK businesses, covering 2,563 substances, will become... Mon, 13 Nov 2017

Americas top stories: weekly summary

HOUSTON (ICIS)--Here are the top stories from ICIS News from the week ended 10 November. Shale oil boom to peak in 2025, decline from 2030 - OPEC... Mon, 13 Nov 2017

ICIS at TFI 2014

TFI's largest meeting, the World Fertilizer Conference, draws approximately 800-900 delegates from as many as 60 different countries that represent all sectors of the fertilizer industry.

The conference, which takes place each September, provides two days of networking and conducting business with industry leaders. The agenda includes two breakfast sessions with high profile speakers focusing on the global challenges facing the fertilizer industry.

The 2014 World Fertilizer Conference will be held Sept. 7-9 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco, Calif. 

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Special Report on the Fertilizer markets

Special Report on the Fertilizer markets

This edition considers the effects of the deteriorating security situation in eastern Ukraine on the ammonia market, the changing flow of Chinese urea exports, the supply/demand balance in the sulphur market and why 2014 has so far been an unusual year for phosphates.

 



 

  Meet the Team attending the TFI 2014 Conference

Antonella Harrison, Commercial Director Fertilizers

Antonella Harrison is the Commercial Director for Fertilizers at ICIS and is responsible for leading and delivering the commercial strategy for the fertilizer portfolio. She can be reached by email at Antonella.Harrison@icis.com

Rebecca Clarke, Managing Editor Fertilizers

Rebecca Clarke is the Managing Editor for Fertilizers at ICIS. She can be reached by email at Rebecca.Clarke@icis.com

David Tonyan, Fertilizers Reporter

David Tonyan is a Fertilizers Reporter for ICIS and he covers the sulphur and sulphuric acid markets in North America and contribute to the North American Sulphur Service, World Market Review and Sulphuric Acid Weekly publications. He can be reached by email at David.Tonyan@icis.com

 



 

 

Free Market Intelligence

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

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

In partnership with the International Fertilizer Industry Association (IFA), ICIS produces the global fertilizer trade flow map.

The map gives a geographic picture of the trade flows of fertilizer products between the major producing and importing countries in the world, as well as production and consumption data.

Fertilizer Market Outlook: Q2

Fertilizer Market Outlook: Q2

The ammonia market turns bullish heading into April 2014 as the tense geopolitical situation in the Black Sea spooked the market. The potash market appears to have reached a bottom with two major buyers, China and India, having finalized MOP contracts. The phosphates market is gearing up for the second quarter.

China’s low export tax window for phosphate fertilizers

China’s low export tax window for phosphate fertilizers

China’s low export tax window for phosphate fertilizers – MAP, DAP, TSP and NPKs – opened on 16 May, following weeks of discussions about business to India and Pakistan.

This briefing discusses the impact on the global market, such as North Africa, Europe, Middle East and South America.