PotashCorp. outlines expectations for 2015

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Despite Uralkali increasing its output substantially in 2014, the Solikamsk-2 incident and record demand resulted in a tight potash supply situation for much of the year, according to PotashCorp. 2015 has a number of “factors to watch” the company said, with demand likely to depend on key regional influences.

Potash inventories have seen substantial reductions over 2014 and could end the year at their lowest level since 2007 following record 2014 demand, Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan (PotashCorp.) said in its Q4 Market Analysis Report this week.

The Canadian potash major’s figures suggested that producer inventories have fallen around 50% from...

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