Skip to main content

Saskatchewan considers ending its potash royalty review

Published by
World Fertilizer,


"Part of the discussion is whether or not we do anything at the moment or whether we hold off on any kind of further discussion," said Economy Minister, Bill Boyd.

According to Reuters, Saskatchewan’s economy minister is considering ending a review of its potash royalty system, whereby any changes would be revenue-neutral to the province’s treasury.

"Part of the discussion is whether or not we do anything at the moment or whether we hold off on any kind of further discussion," said Economy Minister, Bill Boyd.

Potash miners have struggled recently, following the weakest potash prices in nearly a decade.

"It's important to note that certainly markets are soft and that there's increased production from competitors around the world, so we have to be careful," he said.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/potash/21062016/saskatchewan-considers-ending-its-potash-royalty-review/

You might also like

 Stamicarbon

[WEBINAR] Stami Digital: Optimising the future of plant operations with digital insights

Stamicarbon, the innovation and licensing company of Maire Tecnimont Group, is committed to a sustainable fertilizer industry, by investing amongst others in innovative digital solutions that turn real-time plant data into meaningful information by using Stamicarbon’s know-how to enhance insights and control and drive continuous optimisation. This webinar will cover the Stami-Digital Operator Training Simulator, the Stami-Digital Process Monitor and the Stami-Digital Optimizer.

Register for your free space today »

 
 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

World Fertilizer is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.