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Sirius Minerals Plc engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in the United Kingdom, Australia, and the United States. The company operates through three divisions: Resource Evaluation and Exploration, Environmental Solutions, and Corporate Operations. It principally explores for potash, polyhalite, rock salt, and intermingled minerals. The company’s flagship asset is the York potash project, which covers an area of approximately 796 square kilometers comprising 271 square kilometers onshore and 525 square kilometers offshore mineral rights in North Yorkshire, the United Kingdom. Sirius Minerals Plc was incorporated in 2003 and is based in London, the United Kingdom.

61 Employees
Last Reported Date: 08/27/14
Founded in 2003

sirius minerals plc (SXX) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director an...
Total Annual Compensation: 360.0K GBP
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

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Sirius Minerals plc Provides Update on Latest Results from Ongoing Global Crop Study Programme

Sirius Minerals Plc provided an update on the latest results from its ongoing global crop study programme. This update provides results from the recently completed silage corn trials completed in conjunction with the University of Warwick. Corn harvested for silage is an important feed for animals, and the European Union grows ~5 million hectares of silage corn annually. By utilising recognised trial protocols, polyhalite was tested as a source of potassium on silage corn against standard muriate of potash and sulphate of potash. This trial further demonstrated the improved macro-nutrient uptake that is offered by polyhalite, which has also been evident across the agronomic programme. Polyhalite achieved favourable results in various capacities including: being supportive of nitrogen uptake which appears to be linked to polyhalite's readily available nutrient release rates. This showed a 52% increase in nitrogen use efficiency; potassium is the most demanded nutrient by corn and polyhalite supports 44% greater uptake compared to MOP; polyhalite seems to be the preferred source of macro-nutrients for silage corn, consistently improving nutrient uptake; polyhalite delivered a 38% increase in dry matter yield over MOP; tissue nutrient uptake measurements significantly increased over MOP (between 28% and 52%); and polyhalite validated to increase crude protein content over MOP and SOP.

Sirius Minerals plc Announces Approvals Status Update for Planning Application for the York Potash Project

The Directors of Sirius Minerals Plc provided an update on the approvals process and a possible decision date from one of the local authorities for the determination of the key planning application for the York Potash Project. The mine and mineral transport system planning applications were submitted to the relevant local authorities by York Potash Limited on 30 September 2014. The local authorities are the North York Moors National Park Authority and Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council. The company's announcement of the 23 December 2014 confirmed that dates for the determination of the applications have not been confirmed. Planning officers at NYMNPA have now published an update for members of its planning committee, which is available on the NYMNPA website. Although the NYMNPA is not yet in a position to confirm a specific date, it indicates that officers have undertaken a 'critical path analysis'. This has concluded that a 16 week period will be required between submission of any Supplementary Environmental Information and the determination of the application at a planning committee meeting. Based on current estimates this is likely to lead to a determination in May 2015. RCBC has not yet given an indication on determination timeframes.

Sirius Minerals Signs on Agreement with SouthAmerican Fertilizer Distributor

Sirius Minerals has concluded an additional take-or-pay off take agreement with an unnamed SouthAmerican fertilizer distributor, which will be supplied from its York Potash Project in the UK. The company said the supply agreement will be for 300,000 tones per year with an option for an additional 150,000 tones, which will be targeted to key markets within the region. While financial details were not revealed, officials said the pricing mechanism in the agreement is based on a formula linked to the market price of nutrients and is in line with previous guidance.


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