Kore Potash dreams big in Congo

The Ministry of Tourism and Environment of the Republic of Congo has issued Kore Potash Certificates of Environmental Compliance for its Dougou and Kola potash projects. Both approvals were granted for 25 years.

Several interesting, most likely volcanic-sedimentary, potash deposits have been identified in the Republic of Congo. Among them are Dougou and Kola, which are distinguished by alternating layers of sylvinite, carnallite and halite, occurring at depths of 200 to 600 m. Considering their geological features and the potential demand for potash fertilizers in the world, they are promising sites for development.

Therefore, Kore Potash is conducting geological prospecting and exploration on both projects, hoping to begin potash mining in the future.

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