A CO2 supply shortage hits Mexico


Mexico is the latest country to be hit by the carbon dioxide (CO2) supply shortage.

The problem has been described as “significant” and is in part borne out of similar issues being experienced in Europe – a problem with the ammonia plants and production reliability – which is the main source of CO2 in Mexico. However, the difference here is the cost and reliability of natural gas supplies to the ammonia plants.

CO2 shortage: who’s affected so far

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