Mines and Money ’14: Potash West plans to displace Australian fertiliser imports

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 03 December 2014

Dandaragan Trough is a large deposit with the potential to supply Australian and South East Asian fertiliser markets for over 60 years, according to Potash West. By scaling up its operations gradually, starting with less complicated phosphate extraction, the company hopes to meet expanding Asian demand.

ASX-listed Potash West NL told IM yesterday at Mines and Money London 2014 that it intends to use its Dandaragan Trough project to displace the majority of Australian agriminerals imports.

Potash West has been focusing on the Dinner Hill section of the Dandaragan Trough project, which is primarily comprised of greensand —...

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