The Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) has announced two grants to ammonia manufacturers to produce renewable ammonia through the use of hydrogen. The first grant, of $1.9 milion to Queensland Nitrates Pty Ltd (QNP) will allow the company assess the feasibility of the constructing and operating a renewable ammonia plant at its current facility near … Continue reading Renewable hydrogen a feedstock for ammonia manufacturing
Incitec Pivot has announced it will continue manufacturing at its Gibson Island industrial chemical plant after securing a $100 million new gas supply agreement with Australia Pacific until December 2022 in Brisbane. Incitec’s Gibson Island plant uses gas as a feedstock to produce industrial chemicals and fertilisers, distributing to more than 4000 cotton, sugarcane and … Continue reading Industrial jobs secured at Incitec Pivot
Australian explosives and chemicals manufacturer Incitec Pivot (IPL) has appointed a replacement to succeed departing CEO and managing director James Fazzino. American-born Jeanne Johns, a chemical engineer with more than 25 years experience in international industrial and commodity businesses, will take up the position on November 15. During her career with British Petroleum (BP), Johns … Continue reading NSW explosives manufacturer hires internationally renowned CEO
Fertiliser and explosives maker Incitec Pivot is to split its global manufacturing operations into two divisions. The decision follows a review of the worldwide arm.
Two companies have been fined $160,000 after worker’s arm became trapped in a conveyor at a fertiliser factory.
An explosion at Incitec Pivot’s Mount Isa acid plant yesterday sparked concerns about a smoke plume.
Incitec Pivot yesterday took delivery of a vital part to fix its waste hear boiler, after the boiler’s failure two weeks ago forced the company’s acid plant to close.
Fertiliser and explosives maker Incitec Pivot has posted a profit increase of 10 per cent for the year to September 30.
Incitec Pivot has cancelled its plans for a new explosives manufacturing plant in Western Australia.
Chris Ohlrich, chief commercial officer, Australia, for Dart Energy, has criticised requests for a gas reservation policy.
Rising construction costs have been blamed for fertiliser manufacturer Incitec Pivot cancelling plans to open a new plant at Kooragang Island.
Incitec Pivot has commenced ammonium nitrate production at its plant in Moranbah, Queensland.
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