Nutrien continues to work on re-starting Alaska fertilizer plant
Nutrien is continuing to work on re-opening its fertilizer facility on the Kenai Peninsula near Nikiski, its Alaska manager Fred Werth told Petroleum News June 3.
A long-term, affordable natural gas supply from the Cook Inlet basin is crucial to re-starting the Kenai plant, north of the city of Kena....
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Slow but sure progress
Location, location, location
Boon for Southcentral Alaska
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