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yara international asa (IU2) Snapshot

Open
€49.40
Previous Close
€48.45
Day High
€49.97
Day Low
€48.78
52 Week High
02/26/15 - €50.74
52 Week Low
03/3/14 - €28.73
Market Cap
13.7B
Average Volume 10 Days
3.3K
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
276.2M
EX-Date
05/12/15
P/E TM
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Dividend
€13.03
Dividend Yield
2.45%
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yara international asa (IU2) Details

Yara International ASA provides industrial, environmental, and agricultural products in Norway and internationally. The company operates through three segments: Downstream, Industrial, and Upstream. It produces ammonia, urea, nitrates, and other nitrogen-based products, as well as phosphoric acid and feed phosphates. The company also offers nitrogen chemicals, including ammonia-derived products; and industrial explosives for non-fertilizer market segments, as well as provides dry ice and specialty chemicals. In addition, it offers solutions for NOx abatement, odor control, water treatment, and corrosion prevention; and fertilizer and crop nutrition programs. The company was founded in 1905 and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.

Founded in 1905

yara international asa (IU2) Top Compensated Officers

Acting Chief Executive Officer and Acting Pre...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.9M NOK
Head of Industrial and Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: 6.5M NOK
Head of Down Stream and Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: 5.0M NOK
Head of Upstream and Senior Vice President
Total Annual Compensation: 4.6M NOK
Head of Supply & Trade
Total Annual Compensation: 3.6M NOK
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

yara international asa (IU2) Key Developments

Yara International and BASF Group to Build Ammonia Plant in Freeport, Texas

Yara International and BASF Group have agreed to build a world-scale ammonia plant at BASF's site in Freeport, Texas. The plant will use hydrogen as raw material, reducing capital expenditures (capex), maintenance and carbon dioxide emissions significantly. The ammonia plant will be owned 68% by Yara and 32% by BASF and located on BASF's site in Freeport. The plant will have a capacity of about 750,000 metric tons per year. Each party will off-take ammonia from the plant in accordance with its equity share. Total capital investment for the plant is estimated at USD 600 million. Yara will in addition build an ammonia tank at the BASF terminal bringing Yara's total investment to USD 490 million. BASF will in addition upgrade its current terminal and pipeline assets. The hydrogen technology reduces capex and maintenance significantly compared to a traditional natural gas based ammonia plant. The technology also allows for lower carbon dioxide emissions. A long-term supply agreement for nitrogen and hydrogen has been signed with Praxair Inc., the large industrial gases company in North America, linking the feedstock variable cost to the advantageous natural gas prices available at the U.S. Gulf Coast. KBR Inc. has been awarded a fixed price turnkey contract for the engineering, procurement and construction. The plant is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. Yara will manage construction of the plant while BASF will operate the plant and the export terminal.

Yara Seeks Partner To Develop Project

Yara International ASA (OB:YAR) is seeking equity partner to develop potash project in Danakil depression in Ethiopia.

Yara International ASA Study Confirms Potash Mining Potential in Ethiopia

A feasibility study, carried out on behalf of Yara International confirms significant potential to extract potash in the Danakil depression in northeastern Ethiopia. The independent study identified an annual production of 600,000 metric tons sulfate of potash (SOP) over 23 years from reserves (Kainite, Carnallite and Sylvinite) at Yara's Danakil concession. The company, which aims to begin mining activities in third quarter, 2018, is now seeking equity partners to develop the project. The reserves will be mined using solution mining technology. The brine produced at the mining sites will be evaporated utilizing high solar radiation. The harvested salts will be processed and re-crystalized to SOP. Both standard and compacted SOP will be produced. The product will be trucked 790km to Tadjoura, Djibouti, where the project includes a product storage and handling terminal at the new port currently under construction by the Djibouti Port Authority. Capital expenditure of the project is estimated at USD 740 million, while operating expenditure is expected to amount to USD 167/metric ton FOB Djibouti. The combination of a unique geological structure and an extreme climate in the Danakil depression required adjustments in the production process. Yara developed new technologies to fully utilize the local advantages.

 

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