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Esterhazy (potash)
Prairie Royalties

85 km southeast of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada



Asset Profile
LTM (as of January 31, 2016) Royalty Revenue $1.4 million
Annual production capacity 5.3 mt
Estimated Mine Life 71 years

The Esterhazy K1 and K2 mines are located on existing CNR sidings at Yarbo and Gerald, approximately 85 km southeast of Yorkton, Saskatchewan. Together, the two mines form the largest potash producer in the world with a combined annual capacity of 5.3mt. Mosaic is currently undertaking a two phased expansion at Esterhazy, which is expected to increase operational capability and capacity which Altius anticipates will eventually be utilized based on current global potash consumption growth trends.

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