Yara International ASA is a Norwegian-based chemical company. Its largest business area is the production of nitrogen fertilizer, however it also encompasses the production of dry ice, nitrates, ammonia, urea and other nitrogen-based chemicals.
The company has 3 areas of main activity:
- Industrial Products: produce a wide range of nitrogen and specialty chemicals in addition to CO2, dry ice, and civil explosive solutions.
- Environmental Solutions: solutions for NOx abatement, odor control, water treatment and corrosion prevention.
- Agricultural Products: complete portfolio of fertilizer covering all necessary nutrients for any crop.
Structurally, there are 3 business platforms and operating segments (Upstream, Downstream, and Industrial), coordinated through the Supply and Trade platform to ensure synergies:
- Upstream: the production of nitrogen-based products for fertilizer and industrial uses.
- Downstream: the sales, marketing, and distribution activities around the globe.
- Industrial: development and processing of environmental solutions and industrial activities.
- Supply and Trade: optimization of energy, raw materials, sourcing, logistics, and shipping
Present at parks
ChemCoast Park BrunsbüttelBrunsbüttel, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Total area: 2000.0ha
Chemparc LacqLacq, Aquitaine, France
Total area: 450.0ha
Chempark DormagenDormagen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Total area: 360.0ha
Kokkola Industrial ParkKokkola, Finland
Total area: 600.0ha
Port of Le HavreLe Have, Port-Jérôme, Normandy, France
Total area: 10000.0ha
Saltend Chemicals ParkHull, Yorkshire and the Humber, United Kingdom
Total area: 150.0ha
Yara is speeding up the hydrogen economy in Brunsbüttel and Rostock, Germany
Yara International plans to modify its ammonia terminals in Germany and will enable handling of up to 3 million tons of ammonia. This equates to roughly 530,000 tons of hydrogen and will help speed...
Norway - The Netherlands: Northern Lights Project Signs World's First Commercial Agreement on Cross-Border CO2 Transport and Storage
From early 2025, 800,000 tons of CO2 per year will be captured, compressed, and liquefied in the Netherlands and then transported to the Northern Lights site to be permanently stored in geological ...
Yara acquires Finnish Ecolan to expand its organic fertilizer business
Yara acquired Ecolan Oy, a Finnish producer of recycled fertilizers. This is Yara’s first acquisition in the organic fertilizer segment and reflects our commitment to play a bigger role in organic...
Yara ready to enable the hydrogen economy with historic full-scale green ammonia project in Porsgrunn, Norway
Yara announces plans for 500,000 tonnes per annum green ammonia production in Norway, powering emission-free shipping fuels and decarbonized food solutions. Yara plans to broaden its core, by enabl...
Yara plays key role in game-changing rare earth elements extraction project
A project to extract rare earth elements at Yara’s fertilizer plant in Porsgrunn, Norway receives EUR 12.5 million in EU funding.
Aker Solutions Wins Carbon Capture Study Contracts From Yara and Norcem
Aker Solutions won strategically important contracts for concept studies for carbon capture at Yara's ammonia plant on Herøya and Norcem's cement production facility in Brevik, Norway.
Yara expands urea production capacity in Sluiskil, Netherlands
Yara is investing USD 263 million in Sluiskil, Netherlands to increase granulation capacity enabling increased production of granular urea with sulphur, and nitrates.
Yara's new innovative pilot plants auguration in Porsgrunn
In the midst of Yara’s most modern plant, located in the city of Porsgrunn, just two hours south of Oslo. Pipes, tubes, tanks and containers shaped the background for the state of the art technolog...
Yara boosting fertilizer capacity in Porsgrunn
Already one of the largest fertilizer plants in the world, producing ammonia, nitric acid, NPK and calcium nitrate – the Porsgrunn plant now expands, increasing its capacity by 50,000 tons of compo...
New NPK pilot plant up & running
A new NPK pilot plant at the Innovation and R&D Center in Porsgrunn has been successfully in operation since this spring. Yara plant in Porsgrunn
Técnicas Reunidas, selected by YARA for the Nitric Acid Plant in Norway
The Project confirms Yara´s commitment to create value through brownfield expansion and debottlenecking projects. Yara, based on a Front End Engineering Package also previously developed by TR, ha...