Potash Cost Curve


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Potash Cost Curve

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  • Online access for one year for up to four users
  • Historical cost data and cost curves for the years 2004 to the current financial year

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The CRU Potash Cost Curve allows you to benchmark global potash production costs by operation, country or region.  Cost estimates are provided for 35 key global potash operations representing 94% of global capacity.  Why you should buy the potash cost curves

Producers

Compare your operating costs to your competitors.  What can you learn from them, and about them?

New entrants

Demonstrate the competitiveness of your project to potential investors.

Investors

Spot where the opportunities are for the best returns.

How do we calculate our costs? 

Site Cost (EXW) = Resource cost (royalties & production taxes) Conversion cost (mining cost beneficiation cost sustaining capital cost  G&A cost).

Business Cost = Site Cost Realization Cost (adjustment to site cost to reflect ex-works value of MOP relative to FOB Vancouver price).

Both costs above are calculated against Actual and Capacity operating rates.

Actual Operating Rate: Uses actual production rates achieved in the cost calculations.

Capacity Operating Rate: Uses capacity production rates in the cost calculations.

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