The MoU’s purpose is to develop the fertilizer value chain in Ghana as part of the Government of Ghana’s newly designed Fertilizer Expansion Programme (GFEP).
Centrex Metals Ltd has announced that it has visited CDE Global’s construction facilities as part of its client review for detailed design on the startup 70 tph wet processing plant for its Ardmore Phosphate Rock Project.
Verdant Minerals Ltd has announced that it has formally submitted the supplement to the environmental impact statement to the Northern Territory Environmental Protection Authority for its 100% owned Ammaroo Phosphate Project.
Nutrien Ltd has released its results for 2Q18, reporting net earnings from continuing operations of $741 million ($1.17 earnings per share) and EBITDA of $1.5 billion.
JDCPhosphate Inc. has announced that it has successfully used its proprietary IHP technology to produce high quality super-phosphoric acid.
Centrex Metals Ltd has announced that Mark Terry has been appointed Chief Financial Officer, effective 27 August 2018.
Yara International ASA has released a statement announcing lower 2Q18 results compared with a year earlier.
Centrex Metals Ltd has received further fertilizer conversion test work results from KemWorks on phosphate rock concentrate samples from the Ardmore phosphate rock project.
Centrex Metals Ltd has announced that a pilot plant trial has been completed for the production of phosphoric acid from its premium 35% P2O5 grade low cadmium phosphate rock concentrate from its Ardmore project.
GrowMax Resources Corp. has released a statement announcing the retirement of Abdel Badwi as Director and non-executive Chairman.
Centrex Metals Ltd has completed an update to the mineral resource estimate for its Ardmore Phosphate Rock Project in North West Queensland, Australia.
Itafos has announced that it has closed its previously announced US$165 million secured term loan facility.
Acron has released its consolidated 1Q18 IFRS financial statements, reporting revenue of US$423 million, a 3% increase from US$409 million in 1Q17.
According to Reuters, Brunei, which is the largest shareholder in Jordan Phosphate Mines Co., has reached an agreement to sell a 37% stake in the company to the two largest fertilizer importers and producers in India.