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Saudi Arabian Mining Company MAADEN announces that its subsidiary Maaden Phosphate Company MPC will shutdown of Ammonia plant operations located in Maaden complex at Ras Al Khair city to carry out technical repairs in the heat exchanger which is estimated to last from 21/08/2015G corresponding to 06/11/1436H for a period of around 14 days. The Ammonia plant produces ammonia which is used inTadawul - 20-Aug-2015
1st Annual Rotating Equipment Reliability and Maintenance Gathering which was recently held at the Sofitel Al Khobar - Saudi Arabia, was a huge success with global maintenance and reliability experts attending to discuss the latest and best industry practices. Organizations that presented at the gathering were Marafiq, Siemens, Petrofac, Maaden Phosphate Company, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Aramco ShellPress Release - 29-Apr-2014
Billboards on the highway outside Turaif, a remote desert town in the far north of Saudi Arabia, foretell a glittering future of glass offices and palm-shaded residential streets. A future that won't rely on Saudi oil.Reuters News - 13-Feb-2014
Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) announces that its subsidiary Maaden Phosphate Company (MPC) will conduct a scheduled maintenance shut down in the Ammonia plant located in Companys complex at Ras Al Khair city. The maintenance shut down will start from 12/02/2014G (corresponding to 12/04/1435H) and will take approximately four weeks. The Ammonia plant produces ammonia used in manufacturingTadawul - 11-Feb-2014
The Saudi Arabian Mining Company (Maaden) announces that at 7:18PM on 20th September a limited fire broke out at the phosphate rock unloading belt at the MPCs facility in Ras Al Khair. No employees were injured in the event. Company officials responded and extinguished the fire. No other parts of the plant were affected. This stoppage will not affect Maadens ability to meet its obligations to itsTadawul - 24-Sep-2013
The doubts that OPEC can maintain its supply-cut deal are turning into a certainty.
Despite Trump's withdrawal, business groups have identified significant benefits from the climate change accord.