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IC Potash receives BLM approval of New Mexico potash project

8:13 AM MDT | April 15, 2014 | Lindsay Frost

IC Potash (ICP; Toronto) announced today that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has authorized ICP to construct and operated a sulphate of potash project, called Ochoa, at Lea County, NM.  “We are pleased with the favorable [decision] from the BLM and are poised to move forward on implementation. We expect that the Ochoa project will be one of the largest sulphate of potash projects in the world,” says Sidney Himmel, president and CEO of ICP. “We also expect that it will satisfy the world’s unmet need for sulphate of potash...

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