Fertiliser group PhosAgro targets rare earth processing

By Alex Feytis
Published: Thursday, 01 December 2011

Russian company studies producing rare earths from phosphate by-product

Russian fertiliser manufacturer PhosAgro is studying the potential to produce rare earths out of the by-product coming from its phosphate processing in 2017-2018, CEO Maxim Volkov revealed to IM.

 

PhosAgro, which mines and processes apatite-nepheline ore at its Khibiny deposits in northern Russia to produce apatite concentrate used in...

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