Parkway Minerals kicks-off Karinga Lakes Potash Project

Australian company Parkway Minerals has begun the preparation of a feasibility study for the Karinga Lakes Potash Project (KLPP). Parkway Minerals received the KLPP after a merger with Consolidated Potash.

The KLPP project presumes the extraction of underground brines and its subsequent evaporation in special ponds under the influence of sunlight and heat. The company expects to produce potassium sulfate as the final product.

Besides the KLPP, Parkway Minerals develops two other projects: New Mexico Lithium (USA) and Dandaragan Trough (Australia). Parkway Minerals also controls Davenport Resources, which owns three licenses for exploration and extraction of potassium salts in Germany.

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