(Mar 19, 2018) The $65 billion reserve of potash beneath parts of Michigan’s north-central Lower Peninsula is a salt that contains potassium.
Category: Michigan Potash in the News
(March 16, 2018) Ted Pagano Tells Guy Gordon About The Potash Beneath Michigan That Could Be Worth $65 Billion.
(Feb 17, 2018) EVART — After hearing concerns from community members Tuesday, the Evart Township board unanimously approved the establishment of an industrial district for the extraction of potash.
(Aug 24, 2017) Michigan Potash Company, LLC (“MPC”) Michigan Potash Company welcomes Mr. Angelo Brisimitzakis to the Board of Directors Through 2012, Mr. Brisimitzakis served as the CEO at Compass Minerals (NYSE: CMP), a leading minerals producer (~$1.1Bn Sales) of salt, potash, and specialty fertilizers with 2000 employees across 13 manufacturing sites in North America...
(June 15, 2017) EVART — The Michigan De-partment of Transportation an-nounced May 8 it will assist with a road improvement project in Osceola County if and when Michigan Potash Co. begins op-erations there.To accommodate the expected increase in trafﬁc, the Osceola County Road Commission plans to reconstruct 135th Avenue, Schoﬁeld Road, and a portion of...
(June 8, 2017) Transportation economic development grants will support more than 203 new jobs in Ionia and Osceola counties
(June 2, 2017) Could Michigan become a potash producer to compete with the likes of Canadian behemoth PotashCorp (NYSE:POT) and U.S. fertilizer giant Agrium Inc.(NYSE:AGU)? While that seems a stretch, considering the high barriers to entry into a market dominated by a
(May 28, 2017) The find stretched deep underground across the middle of the state, from Osceola County to Midland. At the time, media reports posited that the mineral, which is used worldwide as a crop fertilizer, could create a $65 billion industry for the state and increase economic development throughout rural Michigan.
(April 17, 2017) For more than two decades, researchers, geologists, and investors had no idea they were standing above tremendous wealth. Thousands of feet deep beneath the surface of western Michigan, a potential multibillion-dollar potash deposit was discovered. Potash—a mineral salt containing high levels of potassium—is an ingredient in fertilizer essential for growing crops.
(Feb 26, 2015) Michigan has always been rich in natural resources. And now potash, the mineral element from which potassium comes, has been found in the state as well.