No Agrium Opening, Debate Ongoing

No Agrium Opening, Debate Ongoing

first_imgDiamond: “Unfortunately I don’t, we’re still evaluating the project, we’re still looking at gas opportunities, we’re still looking at the possibility of HB 100 which was the incentives that passed the House but was not introduced in the Senate this past legislative season, so there’s still a lot of pieces that need to come together.” Adam Diamond said a network wanted to visit the mothballed plant… We asked Diamond if he knew when a decision would be made… Diamond: “They just are doing a piece on the history of the plant and the process of the operations but there’s no new developments on the decision of whether or not to open the facility at this time.”center_img FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Despite renewed media interest in Agrium’s North Kenai facility, the company insists they haven’t made a decision on restarting the fertilizer plant. Managers say the Agrium restart would cost $275 million and, if approved, it could take place as early as 2017.last_img

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