U.S. set to become urea self-sufficient

U.S. set to become urea self-sufficient

U.S. nitrogen fertilizer market reaching saturation point due to recent capacity expansion.

U.S. nitrogen fertilizer capacity has boomed in recent years as natural gas costs have decreased.

According to a new report from Rabobank — "A Shale Tale: The Aftermath of the U.S. Nitrogen Fertilizer Boom" — the U.S. nitrogen fertilizer market is now reaching a point of saturation as announced capacities are expected to come on line in th

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