Through the development of its North Yorkshire polyhalite project, Sirius Minerals will become a world leading producer of polyhalite, a unique multi-nutrient fertilizer containing potassium, sulphur, magnesium and calcium. The £2.4 billion project is constructing Woodsmith Mine – south of Whitby, North Yorkshire – to extract polyhalite, and a tunnel system to transport it to a materials handling facility and harbour at Teesside. The polyhalite deposit is the world's largest and highest grade. At full production the Project will create over 1,000 direct jobs and many more indirectly. It has the potential to generate over £2 billion of annual exports for the UK.
12 Nov 2018
Sirius announces Mineral Transport System fit out agreement completes project procurement
Sirius Minerals has announced that procurement is now complete for the major construction packages relating to stage 2 financing, having signed an agreement with STRABAG for the fit out of the Mineral Transport System (MTS). The contract involves construction of…
Sirius Minerals signs Teesside port construction contract
Sirius Minerals Plc has announced that it has agreed a multimillion pound contract for the construction of the Company’s port handling facility at Teesside with McLaughlin & Harvey Ltd. McLaughlin & Harvey will build storage facilities for approximately 250,000 tonnes…