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Kalium Lakes provides Beyondie update

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World Fertilizer,

Kalium Lakes Ltd has announced that work associated with the Pre-Feasibility Study on the Beyondie Sulfate of Potash project, which has used the German potash experts K-UTEC, in conjunction with the KLL team and several other leading industry specialist consultants, is well advanced.

The PFS has reviewed several potential scenarios and will ultimately decide the proffered one, following the completion of drilling and pump testing.

Managing Director, Brett Hazelden, commented: “Prior to listing, we were able to complete a number of detailed technical reports, engineering studies and gain key approvals for the project, which will assist in the rapid completion of the PFS once an upgraded resource is available.

“The project’s high potassium grade, low impurity levels of sodium chloride, as well as the close proximity to a port, gas pipeline and maid road gives the project a key strategy advantage which should translate to capital and operational cost benefits.”

Kalium Lakes also confirmed the installation of the core accommodation and infrastructure facilities was underway and should be completed in the coming weeks. KLL will also commence a drilling and pump testing programme designed to increase confidence of mineral resources.

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