Australian Potash new video shows evolution of Lake Wells paleochannel

Australian Potash Ltd (ASX:APC) has released an animated video displaying the evolution of the Lake Wells paleochannel from a Miocene lake (23-5.3 million years ago) through to a 3D rendering of the proposed Lake Wells Sulphate of Potash Project processing plant and harvest ponds.

The project is about 500 kilometres from Kalgoorlie in the north-eastern goldfields of WA and is one of the worlds premium locations for solar evaporation sulphate of potash operations.

With a forecast 30-year mine life underpinned by a 3.6 million tonne reserve and an 18.1 million tonne measured resource estimate, Australian Potash aims to produce 150,000 tonnes per annum of premiRead More – Source