Uralchem to develop phosphate rock mine if price rises continue

By Mark Watts
Published: Monday, 28 March 2011

Fertiliser recovery positions Russian producer for capacity expansions

Uralchem could develop its own source phosphate rock if prices for the fertiliser feedstock mineral continue to improve, the Russian fertiliser producer told IM.In 2007, Uralchem acquired a 20-year licence from the Russian government to mine phosphate rock at the Sordinsky Plot, located at the Vyatsko-Kamsky phosphate deposit in Kirov...

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