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June 16, 2020

Global ammonia industry shows signs of resilience despite the impact of Covid-19

By Miranda Mclaren

The progress of upcoming ammonia projects is unlikely to be affected much by the outbreak of the pandemic. Potential impacts include increased uncertainty regarding phasing and completion timelines, but depend largely on the duration and severity of the outbreak.

Projects that are under initial stages of development could face startup delays. In addition, new ammonia capacities under construction may experience labour and equipment issues that may delay project completion and commissioning. There have been minimal project delay announcements due to the pandemic. The pre-commissioning activities at Ramagundam Fertilizers and Chemicals plant got impacted due to Covid-19 led lockdown.

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