The upcoming programmes, the first to be undertaken since the lifting of Covid-19 travel restrictions, represent the first field-based exploration to be undertaken at the Lake Throssell sulfate of potash project in Western Australia since its discovery late last year.
Nick joined Palladian Publications in January 2018 after graduating from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in History, including a year abroad at the University of Delhi. After an enjoyable stint as Digital Editorial Assistant, in May 2019 he became Assistant Editor of Oilfield Technology.
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During construction of a potash mining and processing facility in Solikamsk, Penetron Perm provided a waterproofing solution for the below-grade concrete components in the new buildings.
The plummeting cost of raw materials, growing production capacity, and mediocre demand have pressured global price indicators of nitrogen, phosphate, and potash to fall either to or near ten-year lows, according to Rabobank’s Semi-Annual Global Fertilizer Outlook.
The Total Resource at the project has increased to 25.37 Mt @ 13 375 mg/L SOP from 18.67 Mt @ 12 388 mg/L.
Haifa Group is planning to invest US$347 million to double its fertilizer production capacity in southern Israel, including the construction of a new ammonia plant.