0 COMMENTSThe results of the prefeasibility study for Stonegate Agricom’s Paris Hills phosphate project in Idaho might arrived three months later than hoped, but they outlined the one-million-ton-a-year operation CEO Mark Ashcroft had been gunning for,...
27th March 2012
0 COMMENTSPotash Corp, the biggest fertiliser producer, said on Friday two of its major mines in Saskatchewan are on track to restart production on April 1, after soft demand led it to idle the Rocanville and Lanigan mines. A spokesperson said the total...
23rd March 2012
0 COMMENTSAim-listed African Potash said on Friday it was hopeful of shortly completing its acquisition of a potash exploration company in the Republic of Congo. The exploration and investment company in February agreed to buy Patagonia Capital, which held...
By: Natasha Odendaal
23rd March 2012
0 COMMENTSShares in Potash Corp rose on Tuesday morning, after Canpotex, the marketing arm of Canada’s potash producers, said prices for the crop nutrient it supplies to China will remain flat in the second quarter. Canpotex, which also includes Mosaic and...
20th March 2012
0 COMMENTSThere have been some strange goings on at Ethiopian Potash in the past month, which on Wednesday culminated in CEO David Wahl’s abrupt exit, after just 18 months on the job. The TSX-V-quoted company in the same announcement said it was in talks...
8th March 2012
0 COMMENTSToronto-based Verde Potash said on Thursday it hired financial institutions to raise up to C$28.7-million to develop its Cerrado Verde project in Brazil. A preliminary economic assessment announced in January foresaw a staged project at Cerrado...
2nd March 2012
0 COMMENTSDemand for potash will likely grow by more than 36%, or 15-million tons yearly, over the next decade, Potash Corp COO David Delaney said on Wednesday. And while cautious buying since November last year caused producers including the world’s...
1st March 2012
0 COMMENTSToronto-based Montero Mining, which owns a rare earths project in Tanzania, on Tuesday said a scoping study gave its Duyker Eiland phosphate asset in South Africa’s Western Cape a C$150-million net asset value at a 10% discount rate, forecasting...
29th February 2012
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