Potash Investing News spoke with Farhad Abasov, president, CEO and director of Allana Potash, who shed some insight on the significance of the ICL strategic alliance and the current potash market.
Verde Potash's unique fertilizer product, ThermoPotash, has successfully turned regular coffee into specialty coffee.
Recently, Resource Investing News spoke with Kiril Mugerman, an analyst with Industrial Alliance Securities about the state of the current potash market.
Rio Tinto's well-kept secret is out.
Passport Potash, Inc. (TSXV:PPI,OTCQX:PPRTF) issued a letter to its shareholders, detailing market conditions and plans for the future.
Arianne Phosphate (TSXV:DAN,FWB:JE9N,OTCBB:DRRSF) completed the sale of its non-core assets in James Bay, Québec. The Opinaca and Black Dog properties were sold to Virginia Mines Inc. (TSX:VGQ) for 15,000 of Virginia Mines common shares issued to Arianne.
IC Potash Corp. (TSX: ICP,OTCQX:ICPTF) has received notice of a record of decision published by the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management that authorizes ICP to construct and operate its wholly owned Sulphate of Potash Ochoa Project in southeast New Mexico.
Mining Weekly reported that Orocobre Ltd. (ASX:ORE) is targeting commercial lithium carbonate production from the Olaroz project in Argentina by the end of August 2014.
Potash West (OTCPINK:PWNNY,ASX:PWN) Managing Director Patrick McManus spoke to Resource Investing News about the Dandaragan Trough Project in Western Australia.
Potash Ridge (TSX:PRK) CFO Jeffrey Hillis talks about Sulfate of Potash and the Company's Blawn Mountain Project in Utah.
Magna Resources Ltd. (CNSX:MNA) President, Mike Sieb, talks 600 million to a billion tons of potash grading between 19 and 29%.
Potash Ridge (TSX:PRK) President & CEO Guy Bentinck spoke with the Investing News Network at PDAC in Toronto on low risk surface mining for bauxite and potash in Utah. On advice to investors, Guy says "look for opportunities that have sound fundamentals behind them."
Reuters reported that despite the slowdown in the potash market over the last eight months, two junior potash companies have managed to shake off the bearish sentiment of the industry, bolstered by their proximity to two of the world's most promising, but under-served fertilizer markets: Brazil and Africa.
ABC Rural reported that phosphate industry players should keep their eyes on Morocco as it appears that the country's Government will make a move to increase its stake in global phosphate production, which could in turn threaten Australia's supply.
Global News reported that more than 50 people were forced to seek refuge in emergency shelters at Agrium's potash mine near Vanscoy following a fire that started overnight on Friday.
Reuters reported that Sinochem has extended an agreement to buy potash from Canpotex, North America's potash marketing arm, by one year