Edward J. Swain Bechtel Corp. Houston Current supply-demand patterns for U.S. sulfur will continue through this decade. About half of it will be used to produce phosphatic fertilizers and the other half in approximately 30 chemically oriented industries. Those are the results of a study of U.S. sulfur production conducted recently by Bechtel Corp.'s process technology group, Houston. Primary sources for the data are the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), U.S. Department of Interior's Bureau of Mines (BOM), and Oil & Gas Journal. SOURCES Sulfur is produced or recovered from four sources: Frasc...

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