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Why Galaxy Resources Limited shares are my top pick in the resources sector - Motley Fool Australia


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Why Galaxy Resources Limited shares are my top pick in the resources sector
Motley Fool Australia
The first is its Mt Cattlin site in Western Australia which is in operation at the moment and generating significant free cash flow. The second is its Sal de Vida lithium and potash brine project in Argentina. Management estimates this deposit can ...

BHP to splash $3.1bn at Spence copper mine in Chile - The Australian


The Australian

BHP to splash $3.1bn at Spence copper mine in Chile
The Australian
In a research note released on Thursday ahead of the BHP announcement, analysts at UBS described the Spence Growth Option as “the most attractive” of BHP's large growth projects, ranking it ahead of the likes of the Jansen potash project in Canada and ...

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Finance news you need to know today - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Finance news you need to know today
NEWS.com.au
THE Australian share market looks set to open modestly higher, after Wall Street closed up despite its key indexes losing ground following President Donald Trump's disbanding of two business councils in the wake of CEO defections. At 0700 AEST on ...

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Why the world needs to watch BHP - The Australian


The Australian

Why the world needs to watch BHP
The Australian
And of course BHP has no intention of proceeding with potash until the price looks a lot of better. That has always been the case. The Big Australian is taking the Elliott Group seriously hence the BHP chairman and chairman elect are making sure BHP's ...

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WA potash miners hope to ride food boom - SBS


WA potash miners hope to ride food boom
SBS
A slew of junior explorers are advancing plans to mine potash in Western Australia, hoping to ride a boom in food production that is expected to boost demand for the fertiliser. Five separate projects to produce Sulphate of Potash (SoP) from brine ...

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Australian Potash rasies A$5m for Lake Wells - Creamer Media's Mining Weekly


Australian Potash rasies A$5m for Lake Wells
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
PERTH (miningweekly.com) – Potash developer Australian Potash will raise A$5-million to advance work on its Lake Wells sulphate of potash (SOP) project, in Western Australia. The company on Monday said that a bookbuild had been completed for the ...

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Parkway Minerals positioned to benefit from fertiliser sector M&A - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Parkway Minerals positioned to benefit from fertiliser sector M&A
Proactive Investors Australia
Parkway owns the Dandaragan Trough Project, which hosts the Dinner Hill potash and phosphate deposit and it also owns the Lake Barlee Potash Brine Project. The company aims to explore and develop Lake Barlee, a large salt lake in Western Australia, ...

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Agrimin expands tenure of sulphate of potash project in Western Australia - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Agrimin expands tenure of sulphate of potash project in Western Australia
Proactive Investors Australia
Agrimin (ASX:AMN) has applied for contiguous tenements to increase its on-lake tenure at the Mackay Sulphate of Potash (SOP) project in Western Australia by 20%. Interestingly, The Mackay SOP Project covers the majority of Lake Mackay, which is the ...

BHP Billiton's Canadian potash plan under fire from US fertiliser giant Mosaic - The Australian


The Australian

BHP Billiton's Canadian potash plan under fire from US fertiliser giant Mosaic
The Australian
US fertiliser giant Mosaic has cast doubt on BHP Billiton's plans to spend another $US4.7 billion to bring on its Jansen potash project in Saskatchewan, saying prices would probably need to double from current levels for it to make a return and that ...

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Elliott needs board seat at BHP to push its agenda - The Australian


The Australian

Elliott needs board seat at BHP to push its agenda
The Australian
About 60 per cent of the combined BHP investor base is foreign. Even if that fell slightly, as a unified BHP became a larger part of the Australian indices, a majority of the dividends BHP paid in future would flow to foreign shareholders for whom they ...