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Following are headline news of the latest issue of Phosphorus Industry China Monthly Report:
Tianjin Tanyi has developed a new technology to produce MKP by using yellow phosphorus tail gas. This technology will help with recycling the waste from the yellow phosphorus industry to create extra economy benefits and will help to mitigate the air pollution caused by yellow phosphorus tail gas.
In Dec. 2013, the export prices of phosphorus ore and yellow phosphorus were stable. The prices of phosphoric acid and STPP increased slightly.
The domestic phosphorus industry remained stable in Dec. 2013. Thanks to China's new export tariff policy, the industry may have a slight recovery from the beginning of 2014, but the grim situation of overcapacity and oversupply may persist as before.
South-East Asia's first integrated phosphate complex will begin construction in Malaysia in Q1 2014. This phosphate complex may do harm to the export of China's end fine phosphorus chemicals to South-East Asia.
Kailin Group plans to start an integration upgrading project, which will help to comprehensively develop the coal power industry, the fine coal chemical industry and the fine phosphorus chemical industry in H2 2014. However, there are several problems, such as the high transportation cost and poor R&D abilities, that need to be solved in order for the investment to be effective.
Apart from DAP and STPP, the export volume of most phosphorus chemicals of concern increased significantly in Nov. 2013. However, the export prices of phosphorus ore, TSP, DAP and POCl3 had significant declines.
Batian will invest in a synthesis ammonia project, with a production capacity of 0.6 million t/a, in Weng'an County, Guizhou Province. The project will expand Batian's compound fertilizer production capacity.
On Dec. 5, 2013, the Technical Committee of Standardization Administration of China passed the new Single Superphosphate (SSP) National Standard. The new standard is significantly beneficial for stopping counterfeiting conduct in the production of SSP. However, it may also reduce the operating SSP production capacity in China.
Guizhou Kailin (Group) Mining & Fertilizer Co., Ltd. is constructing an iodine recycling item with capacity of 50 t/a, which is planned to be put into operation in Feb. 2014 in Kaiyang County, Guizhou Province.
In Dec. 2013, the CPCIF finished the Thematic Research Report on Defusing Overcapacity of the eight chemical industries that are most affected by overcapacity. The report, which has not been released to the public, has been submitted to the NDRC and a series of related organizations for approval. Measures may be taken to defuse the overcapacity problem of the eight chemical industries.
Yidu Dajiang Chemical Group Co., Ltd. had invested USD165.2 million to upgrade and modify its phosphate compound fertilizer production devices.
The recombination of Newyangfeng Fertilizer and China Garments has been approved by the China Securities Regulatory Commission. Newyangfeng Fertilizer is going to be the third listed phosphorus chemical concerning enterprise in Hubei Province.
China's export tariffs of phosphate fertilizers will be significantly reduced in 2014, and global phosphate fertilizer market in 2014 may be greatly impacted by this adjustment.
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