Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook

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Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook

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CRU is launching its latest Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook in February 2015.  

West European producers had a good year in 2014; nitrates premiums were sustained above long-term averages and a weak West European gas market allowed producers purchasing gas from hubs (NBP, TTF, Zeebrugge et al) on a spot basis to lower their production costs. The result was a year of stable, and in some cases rising, profitability.

However, this was not enjoyed by all. European producers purchasing on long-term, oil-indexed contracts for imported Russian or North African gas still faced gas prices in excess of $10/MMBtu. As the oil-index typically functions on a 6-9 month lag, costs would have been unmoved by collapsing oil prices in 2014.

CRU's latest Ammonium Nitrates Market Outlook considers:

  • What does 2015 hold for nitrates premiums?
  • What effect will the falling rouble have on the nitrates industry?
  • What impact will collapsing oil prices have on profitability?
  • Is any new ammonium nitrate capacity coming on stream in 2015?

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