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BHP on course for potash mine

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According to Reuters, BPH Billiton is expected to begin potash production in Jansen, Saskatchewan, Canada, by 2023.

BHP’s Board of Directors recently granted approval for a further US$4.7 billion investment.

Talking to the news outlet, Giles Hellyer, Vice President of Operations for Potash, said that the mine will use highly-efficient boring machines to convey ore at large volumes, without stoppage or interruption.

Currently, two-thirds of the mine shafts are completed.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/materials-handling/19052017/bhp-on-course-for-potash-mine/

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