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Gain timely and accurate insight into the U.S. fertilizer supply chain to make more informed and strategic daily decisions

The most frequent production and transportation data for fertilizer producers, traders, and commodity analysts in the market, complemented with regional nutrient demand assessments

The Genscape U.S. Fertilizer Production & Transportation Report provides insight into ammonia production, maritime tracking, urea, UAN and anhydrous ammonia imports ahead of shipment delivery and U.S. customs. Using its portfolio of proprietary utility monitoring technologies, Genscape delivers weekly monitoring reports of the U.S. fertilizer production sector, including an assessment of ammonia production trends and individual plant capacity utilization levels.

The U.S. Fertilizer Production & Transportation Report utilizes Genscape Vesseltracker's precision vessel locations, Army Corps locks information, and propriety river way sensors to predict the movement of urea and anhydrous ammonia from international ports to key ports in the U.S.,  all the way up the river systems to warehouses, terminals, and other facilities. Additionally, Genscape’s in house meteorology team and a network of 12 crop consultants spread throughout the U.S. corn belt provide frequent assessments of long and short-term weather impacts, as well as the prevailing regional fertilizer demand and application patterns.

Monthly U.S. Ammonia Index & TFI Production Data

Genscape's production, transportation, and fertilizer application data can be used by fertilizer producers, traders, and commodity analysts to anticipate price movements from domestic supply, demand, and import swings. Additionally, the data can be used to inform equity market participants about producers' asset utilization.

 

 

PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Delivery: Emailed PDF report

Frequency: Weekly reports with real-time alerting

Locations: North America

Subscribe: Call 866 292 8060

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The U.S. Fertilizer Production & Transportation Report features:

  • The Genscape Ammonia Index, derived from complete plant utility data and compared to TFI data
  • The Fertilizer Production Facility Report showing the relative operating level (100%, 90%...0%) for each plant
  • Transportation reports indicating the waterborne movements of urea, UAN, and anhydrous ammonia arriving in the U.S. from key international ports, ahead of shipment delivery and U.S. customs registration
  • Monthly fertilizer consultant observations on the current state of fertilizer use, demand, and plans for various U.S. regions
  • Fertilizer-relevant U.S. temperature and precipitation outlooks
  • Alerts for potential plant shutdowns, large shifts in production, and new vessels expected
  • 3-year historical operational data for monitored plants
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With this report you will:

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  • Gain important insight with highly accurate, measured data and front-run, established survey benchmarks with longer time lags
  • Constantly improve your modeling, assessments, and statistics analysis with the most frequent data available in the market
  • Determine price movements from domestic supply, demand, and import swings
  • Learn about producers' asset utilization
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The data & intelligence behind the report:

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  • Represent feedstock and merchant ammonia produced at 12 U.S. plants, including: Agrium Borger (TX), CF Port Neal (IA), CF Yazoo City (MS), Dyno Nobel Cheyenne (WY), Green Valley Chemical Creston (IA), Honeywell Hopewell (VA), Koch Beatrice (NE), Koch Dodge City (KS), Koch Fort Dodge (IA), LSB Industries Cherokee (AL), PotashCorp Augusta (GA), and PotashCorp Lima (OH)
  • Provide plant-by-plant utilization, which may include any combination of electricity, infrared imagery, and natural gas measurements, gathered and analyzed through Genscape's proprietary methodology 
  • Combine and analyze historical data to determine capacity utilization and visibility into daily production
  • Utilize Genscape Vesseltracker's precision vessel locations, Army Corps locks information, and Genscape's proprietary river way sensors to predict the movement of urea and anhydrous ammonia from international ports to key U.S. ports, up the river systems, to warehouses, terminals, and other facilities
  • Provide fertilizer-relevant weather forecasts from Genscape's team of in-house meteorologists
  • Include in-field fertilizer consultant assessments by 12 independent crop consultants, who are intimately involved in grower nutrient decisions and report on current state of fertilizer use, demand, and application plans for their respective areas
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