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Regions :: Southeast Asia
Australian phosphate project study ends with favorable results
8:10 AM MDT | September 18, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Potash West (Belmont, Australia) is seeing positive results from a scoping study targeting single superphosphate (SSP) production at the company's wholly owned Dandaragan Trough Project, located in the state of Western Australia and 150 kilometers north of Perth, Potash West has announced. The mine is expected to be able to generate about 340,000 m.t./year of SSP for more than 20 years, according to findings from the study. Average revenue is estimated at A$131 million/year ($122.2 million). The site is within a relatively short distance to market and has...
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