Canada Jansen Potash Project

Canada

We hold exploration permits and mining leases covering approximately 9,400km2 in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Our Canadian operation consist of the Jansen Potash Project, located approximately 140 kilometres east of Saskatoon in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. We have announced an investment of US$5.7 billion in the Jansen Stage 1 project.

We own 100 per cent of the project. Its large resource endowment provides the opportunity to develop it in stages, with anticipated initial capacity of 4.3 - 4.5 Mtpa. The demand for potash could double over the coming decades to meet our population's needs in a land-scarce, nutrient-depleted world.

Jansen Potash Project at a glance

Our Jansen Project in Saskatchewan, Canada is planned to be the largest potash producing mine in the world, providing a rich source of potassium to keep soils fertile and maximise food production.
4.5Mtpa The anticipated initial capacity is 4.3 - 4.5 Mtpa.
9600km² We hold exploration permits covering 9,600km² in Saskatchewan.
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Potash

Potash is a vital link in the global food supply chain.

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