MAP Cost Curve


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MAP Cost Curve

A subscription provides:

  • Online access for a year for up to four users
  • Historical cost data and cost curves for the years 2006 to the current financial year

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CRU's MAP Cost Curve is available to buy separately or part of CRU's Phosphate Fertilizer Cost Service.  CRU's MAP Cost Curve contains costs for 70 MAP operations, which equates to 82% of global coverage.  You can benchmark by mine, company or country.  You can download the data into Excel for further analysis. 

Data is offered for each individual product during the 2006 – 2014 period. If you subscribe to multiple curves you can switch between multiple commodities easily and produce in depth multi-commodity cost analysis.

How do we calculate our costs?

Site Costs (EXW) = Raw material cost (phosphate rock, sulphur and ammonia)   Conversion cost (energy, labour, consumables, sustaining capital).

Business Cost = Site Cost Realization (adjustment to site cost to reflect ex-works value of MOP relative to the DAP fob Morocco price).

Both costs 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.

CRU's Phosphate Fertilizer Cost Curves are comprised of:

  • Phosphoric Acid Cost Curve
  • DAP Cost Curve
  • MAP Cost Curve
  • TSP Cost Curve

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