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EXCLUSIVE: Yara expects marine Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) equipment market to reach US$120 million by 2022

Rolf Isberg, Vice President and Business Unit Manager at Yara International discussed the development of the AUS 40 market for Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) applications in the marine sector at the 10th Integer Emissions Summit Europe 2014.

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Yara acquires Borealis’ share in Le Havre urea plant

Yara has accepted an offer from Borealis to acquire its ownership of the Le Havre urea plant, on the northwest coast of France. The offer follows Borealis' acquisition of GPN SA in 2013, which included 52.15% ownership in the Le Havre urea plant. Yara currently holds a 47.

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Yara acquires German company specialised in marine air pollution reduction technology

Yara has strengthened its Nitrogen Oxide (NOx) reduction portfolio with the acquisition of H+H Umweltund Industrietechnik GmbH. The company, based in Hargesheim, Germany, is a leader in marine Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) technology.

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Brazilian ARLA 32 market slower than expected six months after implementation of PROCONVE P7

ARLA 32 suppliers have indicated a slower level of development than had been expected since the implementation of PROCONVE P7 (Euro V equivalent) emissions standards in January, 2012. The heavy-duty truck market took a dive in the first five months of 2012, with sales down 21% year on year.

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Scania chooses Yara as its global AdBlue supplier

Yara International and Scania have announced cooperation in AdBlue supply on several continents. The agreement came into effect on 1 January 2012, and makes Yara the selected AdBlue supplier of Scania under its own brand name, Air1.

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Top 10 AdBlue stories of 2011

The most read FindAdBlue.com news stories of 2011 focused on AdBlue price increases, truck manufacturers' emissions plans and the 'AdBlue. Add Care.' campaign. Top FindAdBlue.

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