Scotty You say that they mention road salt but don't mention the KCL (sic) above. The world uses a lot of KCI, and so the co must have a reason for not factoring it in. Could that be due to its lack of purity or quality (minimal nutrient value, high processing costs), or the variability and lack of consistency in the depth of the KCI resource (making it difficult to mine). No matter we have lots of road salt and Poly4 to keep the continuous mining machines busy.
Just a thought about the sp over the 58 months after financing has been arranged and the mine is being built. What will there be to keep investors interested over that time period apart from updates on progress, offtake agreements and a promise of future wealth?
Nowt but a reference point indeed GK. Hence my smilie face. ;-) I've learned that the pictures and illustrations don't really paint the words. I look at the small bits along the bottom. Where it says things like the $3.6billion doesn't include leased items etc! Deferred payments on the rentals?
Not sure if this has been asked, but with permission being given for fracking to restart in the Yorkshire area, with the ever riding thought that it causes earth tremors/earthquakes, is there any thought in to whether the mines of Sirius Minerals would be affected?
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