Progress continues on the construction of one of Europe’s largest fertiliser import terminals in Sunderland.
Brineflow is building one of Europe’s largest dedicated liquid fertiliser import terminals in Sunderland.
Much larger than our class-leading Great Yarmouth facility, it will set new standards for efficiency and emission control by allowing the largest ships to bring this crucial national ingredient to our shores from across oceans.
For the last thirty years Britain has become increasingly reliant on Russian gas to produce its fertilisers. That’s why Brineflow is building one of Europe’s largest dedicated liquid fertiliser import terminals in Sunderland.
With access to nitrogen fertilisers fixed on other continents and across the oceans we will be able to access global markets with deep-ocean supplied product from outside Putin’s orbit.
In this blog we highlight the factors that have caused enormous turbulence in the Autumn 2021 and Spring 2022 nitrogen fertiliser markets and examine prospects for the rest of the season and beyond.
The Nitrasol system is engineered to deliver about a fifth lower emissions and about half the production steps of competing nitrogen fertilisers to help you farm more sutainably and meet your NetZero ambitions.