Agrium says shutdown effects ‘not bad’
Company turns concern to acquiring gas to operate past October when current contracts expire
For Petroleum News
Agrium hasn’t calculated its loss of income from a 10-day shutdown at its Kenai, Alaska, nitrogen fertilizer plant — losses weren’t staggering, and the company is more concerned about extending its natural gas contracts beyond the current expiration in October, says Lisa Parker, Agrium spokeswoman.
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