We partner with key organizations in the urea industry.
- Ammonia Energy Association, New York, USA
The Ammonia Energy Association (AEA) is a global non-profit industry association that promotes the responsible use of ammonia in a sustainable energy economy. The AEA’s mission encompasses both the decarbonization of ammonia for existing applications, as well as the adoption of low-carbon ammonia in new applications.
- AFA : Arab Fertilizer Association Egypt, Nasr City, Egypt
The Arab Fertilizer Association (AFA) is a non-governmental Arab International Organization established in 1975. AFA is operating under the umbrella of the Council of Arab Economic Unity and exercising the status of observer at the Economic and Social Council affiliated to the Arab League.
- FAI: Fertilizer Association Of India, New Delhi, India
The Fertilizer Association of India (FAI) is a non-profit and non-trading organization representing mainly the fertilizer manufacturers, distributors, importers, equipment manufacturers, research institutes and suppliers of inputs. The Association was established in 1955 with the objective of bringing together all concerned with the production, marketing and use of fertilizers.
- GPCA: Gulf Petrochemicals & chemicals association, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) represents the downstream hydrocarbon industry in the Arabian Gulf. It supports petrochemical and chemical industry in the region through diverse initiatives for industry stakeholders.
- IFA: International Fertilizer Industry Organization, Paris, France
The IFA was founded in 1927 and is the only global fertilizer association, with some 400 members in 70 countries and a mission to promote the efficient and responsible production, distribution and use of plant nutrients. This mission plays a critical role in helping to feed the world sustainably. IFA represents providers of plant nutrition solutions. Members include fertilizer producers, traders and distributors, as well as their associations, service providers to the industry, research organizations, ag-tech startups and non-governmental organizations.
- IFDC: International Fertilizer Development Center, Alabama, USA
The IFDC is an independent non-profit organization that aims to identify sustainable agricultural solutions by bringing together innovative research, market expertise and partners from public and private sectors.
- UreaKnowHow, Maastricht, The Netherlands
UreaKnowHow is an independent group of nitrogen fertilizer specialists with a mission to support, facilitate and promote the exchange of technical information in the urea industry with the target to improve the Safety and Performance of all urea plants worldwide.