Stassfurt

Stassfurt

(shtäs`fo͝ort), city (1994 pop. 24,025), Saxony-Anhalt, central Germany. It is a center of one of the world's great potash-mining regions. City manufactures include chemicals, foodstuffs, furniture, and electronic equipment.

Stassfurt

 

a city in the German Democratic Republic, in Magdeburg District; situated on the Bode River. Population, 26,000 (1975). The city produces televisions, equipment for the soda industry, chemicals (including soda), metal goods, wood working products, garments, and food products.

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The license was based on the test results from the company's Guhlen-1a exploration well, drilled in late 2016, that produced approximately 1,670 BOE per day from a Permian Zechstein Stassfurt carbonate reservoir.
MAN Diesel & Turbo had won an order to deliver a complete compressor system to extend a gas storage cavern in Stassfurt (Saxony-Anhalt, Germany) from RWE, one of Germany's largest electricity and gas suppliers.
The mine lies in a former evaporite-mining region near Stassfurt, south of Magdeburg in the former East Germany; the boracite crystals are not to be confused with the better known ones from the Luneberger Heath in the West, although they resemble them, being sharp, equant, complex, and embedded singly in dirty gray matrix of massive anhydrite/halite.
Based on the association of potash with common salt in Stassfurt, Germany, a group of speculators, including local entrepreneur L.
In September 1987, in Stassfurt near Magdeburg, an 18-year-old Mozambican was murdered by a young German with a prison record.
In 1685, or the first time, potassium was Detected in the rock salt mined at stassfurt, Germany.
This includes the very famous salt mines of Stassfurt and Salzkammergut (including Salzburg) in Bavaria and Austria, the birthplace of the Hallstatt culture, and the almost legendary salt mines of Taoudenni in Mali, to the north of Timbuktu and in the heart of the Sahara, the source of the large slabs of salt that have been circulating in the Sahel region of Africa for centuries.
Marianne and her mother spent the World War II years in Stassfurt, Germany, and returned to the United States in 1946.
Table 84: European Market for Soda Ash (2002): Capacity Estimates by Manufacturer for Solvay, Brunner Mond, Novacarb, Sodawerk Stassfurt, Ciech Janikosoda, Ciech Soda Matwy, Soda Sanayii, Bega Govora, Bega Upsom, and Sodaso (in '000 Tons) (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-29 B.
3) Hans Block (1881-1953) was bom in Stassfurt (Saxony-Anhalt), Germany on 31 March 1881, the son of Julio Block and Lina Burhaus.
Of course the collection also contains some top-quality specimens of more predictable German things (Freiberg silver and argentite and stephanite, Andreasberg pyrargyrite and calcite, Ems pyromorphite, Stassfurt anhydrite, Hagendorf phosphates, etc.
Ihjuchem) - Novacap - Solvay Carbonate France - Solvay Soda Deutschland GmbH - Sodawerk Stassfurt GmbH & Co.