- Firms Cut EPS Forecasts Amid Rising Feedstocks. Nielsen, Karol // Chemical Week;9/29/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 36, p16
Lists chemical firms in the United States which informed that their 1999 third quarter economic performance will be below analysts' expectations. Eastman Chemical; Lyondell Chemical; Potash Corp.; Sterling Chemicals.
- Basic Chemical Firms Post Healthy Profits. Walsh, Kerri // Chemical Week;10/27/2004, Vol. 166 Issue 35, p9
Focuses on the net income of chemical producers in the U.S. in the third quarter of 2004. Increase in the net income of Nova Chemicals due to improved demand in the olefins and styrenics businesses; Increase in the earnings of PotashCorp due to a tightening supply and demand ratio; Net income...
- PotashCorp to slash more than 1,000 jobs, close plants. ALPEROWICZ, NATASHA // Chemical Week;12/2/2013, Vol. 175 Issue 30, p8
The article reports that fertilizer enterprise PotashCorp will cut its workforce by around 18% which is more than 1,000 people in Canada, U.S., and Trinidad and will close the Suwannee River chemical plant in White Springs, Florida as part of restructuring in phosphate and nitrogen segments.
- Growth of Indian potash demand disappointing: PotashCorp. // FRPT- Chemical Snapshot;4/13/2014, p30
The article reports on the pessimistic view of Canada's Potash Corporation regarding the recovery of potash demand in India, based on a record low in 2010. It compares India's performance with other countries in terms of global demand since 2008 which shows India's disappointing performance. The...
- Urea Prices Up on Depleting Inventories and Rising Natural Gas Prices. Van Savage, Eleanor // Chemical Market Reporter;7/15/2002, Vol. 262 Issue 2, p19
Reports on the upward pricing in the U.S. urea industry in 2002. Factors attributed to the upturn in pricing; Benefit of the spring season to the supply and demand aspect of the industry; Level of inventories for urea in May 2002; Projected second quarter earnings of Potash Corp. for the year.
- Ammonia Market Still Uncertain Despite Lower Gas Costs. Van Savage, Eleanor // Chemical Market Reporter;9/3/2001, Vol. 260 Issue 9, p22
Reports on the weak demand and overcapacity problems facing ammonia producers in 2001. Ammonia pricing since January 2001; Tons of total North American capacity that has been curtailed in May 2001; Response of Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan to the poor market condition.
- product focus. // Chemical Week;9/1/2004, Vol. 166 Issue 28, p27
Reports on the production of ammonia as of September 1, 2004. Plan of PotashCorp to increase ammonia capacity at Point Lisas, Trinidad; Forecast on the global demand for ammonia; Global ammonia operating rates.
- Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan POT. Larson, Paul; Johnson, Ben // Morningstar StockInvestor;4/15/2008, Vol. 7 Issue 10, p24
An interview with stock analyst Ben Johnson is presented. When asked about how Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan Inc. make money, he refers to the company's three essential plant macronutrients in over 50 countries worldwide. He explains that sulfates of potash is a better means of delivering...
- US sulphuric buyers spurn imports. Tonyan, David; Meehan, Julia // ICIS Chemical Business;6/15/2015, Issue 3663, p31
The article reports on the increased prices offered by European sulphuric acid producers that are being refused by U.S. Gulf buyers even with demand growth. Data provided indicate the freight price of sulphuric acid in Europe and its estimated spot price considering the demand from Latin...