|Address||Welland, ON, Canada
160 Acres in whole north east of Regina currently under exploration since 2008.
Off the 310 north of Balcarres across from Little Black Bear First Nation !!
Yancoal holds this permit KP507 just north east of Belcarres. My family is the original owners of these rights since 1930's. The surrounding area is owned by the Crown. 100% Virgin untouched land. Yancoal finishing up 2D Seismic investigations. Great for near future investment & revenues. Take advantage of this opportunity before it's too late!!
Asking $685/acre OBO !
Potassium mining company 19 blocks main feature is a large area, block centralized, high grade, rich reserves. Deposits occur stability, continuity is good, simple geological structure. Potash deposits potash layer contains three sections, from top to bottom are: Jefferson thought Lake (Patience Lake), Bailey Plains (Belle Plaine) and Esther Hakki (Esterhazy), total seam thickness is more than 30 meters. Since its inception in August 2011, Yanzhou Coal Canada Resources Ltd. has invested a total potash exploration, technology funds $ 20 million, and achieved remarkable results. The company drilled the first to expose the three potash seam thickness, high-grade (average of 33-34% potassium chloride content of up to 82%), highly industrial exploitation value and good business development prospects.
Firstly: the North East Quater of section 3
West of the Second Meridian, Saskatchewan
Secondly: the most Easterly 1201/2 chains in the width throughout of the South East Quarter of the Section 3
**** ATTENTION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *** -June 09 2015-
Saskatchewan is already well known for its potash mining and now another massive, multi-billion dollar project could soon be developed north of Regina.
Chinese-based Yancoal has been exploring and studying a potential site about halfway between Southey and Strasbourg. The company recently carried on to the feasibility stage.
"It looks pretty promising," said Strasbourg Mayor Ken Swanston.
Swanston indicated Yancoal is getting pretty close to the start of construction. He figures shovels could be in the ground as soon as next year. The company's website confirms that plan, with the mine scheduled to be in operation by 2020. Their goal is to produce 2.8 million tonnes of potash annually.
"The longevity of the mine, they figure it'll last anywhere between 65 and 100 years," said Swanston. "We're hopeful around here in Strasbourg that we get some spinoffs, and I'm sure Southey as well, whether it be for housing or shopping."
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