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FERTILISERS

Mosaic lowers Q3 price and volume guidance as market softens Restricted

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US fertiliser producer Mosaic on Monday said domestic and international crop nutrient markets have softened since July, in part as a result of the distributors' cautiousness caused by the Belarusian Potash Company (BPC) break-up, prompting the...
17th September 2013
 
 
POTASH

Verde Potash reports positive results from new ThermoPotash trials Restricted

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Brazil-focused Verde Potash on Thursday reported positive results for a field test of a new potash product called ThermoPotash (TK), which the company plans to produce, with coffee crops. The trial indicated that TK was more efficient in...
12th September 2013
 
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

ARM’s Motsepe confident SA will get through current labour impasse Video Available Restricted

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ARM executive chairperson Patrice Motsepe South Africa would get through its current labour impasse and emerge as a competitive global investment destination, African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) executive chairperson Patrice Motsepe said on Monday. Motsepe was responding to Mining Weekly...
2nd September 2013
 
 
POTASH

Verde Potash reveals new phased development for Brazil project Restricted

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Brazilian fertiliser development company Verde Potash now plans to undertake the development of its Cerrado Verde potash project, in Minas Gerais, Brazil, in a phased approach. The company on Wednesday revealed details of its new strategic...
21st August 2013
 
 
MINING INVESTMENT

South Africa all but off BHP Billiton’s radar screen Restricted

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South Africa has all but fallen off the radar screen of BHP Billiton, the world’s biggest mining company, which on Tuesday reported an 8.7% fall in revenue to $65.9-billion for the year ended June. The name of the country did not cross the lips...
21st August 2013
 
 
EXPLORATION

Prospect Global Resources starts fourth drilling campaign on Arizona potash play Restricted

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Colorado-based Prospect Global Resources on Wednesday said it had started Phase 4 drilling on its flagship potash project in the Holbrook Basin, in Arizona, with the aim of drilling 16 to 17 holes to convert more inferred resources to the measured...
7th August 2013
 
 
POTASH

Potash cartel’s unravelling to deter new entrants Restricted

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Russian potash producer Uralkali’s announcement on Tuesday that it would stop selling potash through the Belarusian Potash Company (BPC) was a significant development that would have far-reaching effects on lowering the potash price and making it...
31st July 2013
 
 
POTASH

Potash Corp slashes full-year outlook as earnings disappoint Restricted

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The world’s largest producer of the crop nutrient potash, Canada’s Potash Corp of Saskatchewan, on Thursday announced earnings that, despite being up 23% year-on-year, came in below analyst expectations as the company dealt with lower nutrient...
25th July 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
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