Yara has sales and support staff in McMahons Point and owns a 51% stake in a large production site in western Australia, from which it also exclusively markets its ammonia.
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In 2012, Yara acquired 16% of Burrup Holdings Limited (BHL) increasing its ownership share in the company to 51% as part of its strategy to strengthen its position in Asia and Oceania.
Following closing of the deal, BHL has been renamed Yara Pilbara Holdings Ltd (YPHL). YPHL owns 100% of Yara Pilbara Fertilisers Pty Ltd (YPFPL) which operates an ammonia plant located near Karratha on the Burrup Peninsula.
The plant is one of the world's largest ammonia production facilities, with an annual production capability of approximately 850,000 metric tons.
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Yara Pilbara Nitrates
Yara Pilbara Nitrates Pty Ltd (YPNPL) formerly Burrup Nitrates Pty Ltd (BNPL), is a joint venture between Yara, Orica and Apache with its head office located in Perth, Australia. YPNPL is developing a TAN production facility on the Yara Pilbara Peninsula near Karratha in the Shire of Roebourne, Western Australia. When completed, the TANPF will be owned by Yara Pilbara Nitrates Pty Ltd, operated by Yara International ASA and marketed by Orica Limited.
Yara International ASA and Orica will each have a 45% interest in the joint venture and Apache the remaining 10%.
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