Potash One’s Update

- April 7th, 2010

Potash One Inc. (TSX:KCL) reported the next major step in its strategic implementation plan for its Legacy Potash Solution Mine in Saskatchewan.

Potash One Inc. (TSX:KCL) reported the next major step in its strategic implementation plan for its Legacy Potash Solution Mine in Saskatchewan.

The press release is quoted as saying:

Commissioning and startup of the mine is planned for late 2013. As part of the plan to meet that schedule, Potash One has placed the first order for long-delivery alloyed materials required to fabricate the evaporation/crystallization equipment. The evaporation/crystallization plant is the core of the Legacy processing facility and is being designed and supplied by Whiting Equipment Canada Ltd. This initial material order of Inconel™-clad steel plate will enable Whiting to deliver the major equipment to the Legacy site starting in 2012.

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2 responses to “Potash One’s Update

  1. The investment into alternative power generating technologies such as nuclear energy may need to be measured against the potential cost when things turn against you as unfortunately happened this year  in Japan. The use of thermal coal (steam coal) that is mostly burnt for power generation may be valid for other countries who may not be able to allocate resources and funds to alternative and more greener sources of power.  Coal  newsletters and coal statistics show developing economies are more likely to increase their investment into & their use of thermal coal & metallurgical coal in coming years because of coal’s affordability and ability to quickly meet increasing demands for electricity and steel. Cherry of www.coalportal.com

  2. The investment into alternative power generating technologies such as nuclear energy may need to be measured against the potential cost when things turn against you as unfortunately happened this year  in Japan. The use of thermal coal (steam coal) that is mostly burnt for power generation may be valid for other countries who may not be able to allocate resources and funds to alternative and more greener sources of power.  Coal  newsletters and coal statistics show developing economies are more likely to increase their investment into & their use of thermal coal & metallurgical coal in coming years because of coal’s affordability and ability to quickly meet increasing demands for electricity and steel. Cherry of www.coalportal.com

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