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Capital Group Companies Discloses 4.88% Stake In Sirius Minerals - Filing
Sirius Minerals Says Does Not Believe Proposed $500 Mln Senior Secured Notes Offering Can Be Issued
Sirius Minerals Posts HY Operating Loss Of £14.3 Mln
Sirius Mineral Plc is a United Kingdom-based resource development company. The Company is focused on the development of a polyhalite deposit located in North Yorkshire, the United Kingdom. The Company's focus is on developing a multi-nutrient product, POLY4, to be used as a direct-application fertilizer and as a component in nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NPK) blending. It has developed a granulation process, which enables polyhalite to be processed without the use of chemicals, into a form beneficial for plant nutrient uptake. The Woodsmith mine is located near Whitby, North Yorkshire. Polyhalite is an evaporite mineral comprising a natural combination of four of the six macro-nutrients that are essential to plant growth, potassium, sulfur, magnesium and calcium.The Company's POLY4 product is available in granulated, powdered or chipped form to meet the needs of its customers, taking into account their crop needs, blending requirements, application method and soil conditions.
3rd Fl, Greener House, 68 Haymarket
Russell John Scrimshaw
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Christopher Neil Fraser
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Executive Director
Thomas Jay Staley
Chief Financial Officer, Finance Director
Nicholas A. King
General Counsel, Secretary
Elizabeth Noel Harwerth
Senior Independent Director
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London's main index opened lower on Wednesday as investors awaited the outcome of the U.S. Federal Reserve meeting to get a sense of how far policymakers in the world's largest economy will go to tackle a global slowdown.
Sirius Minerals <SXX.L> scrapped a plan to raise $500 million in a bond sale on Tuesday, delaying a project to mine for fertiliser under a national park in northern England and halving the value of its shares.
London's FTSE 100 index inched higher early on Tuesday as a sell-off over the implications of the weekend attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities eased in Europe, while shares in UK fertilizer mining venture Sirius Minerals tanked.
Sirius Minerals Plc will slow down development of its North Yorkshire polyhalite project and scrap a planned $500 million bond sale, the company said on Tuesday, adding that the British government declined to provide support to facilitate the financing of the project.
Sirius Minerals Plc <SXX.L> has suspended a planned $500 million bond sale that is central to the funding of its polyhalite mining project in northern England, sending shares in the fertiliser maker down more than 30%.
Sirius Minerals Plc said on Tuesday it decided to suspend the proposed offer by its unit of $500 million of senior secured notes due 2027, citing "current market conditions".
Sirius Minerals opted to press on with a more complex and expensive funding package to develop its giant potash mine in Yorkshire to avoid a longer wait for government-backed financing, a source familiar with the deal told Reuters.
Sirius Minerals plc shares fell almost 8 percent on Wednesday after the company announced it had raised $425 million to finance the next stage of its polyhalite mine in North Yorkshire.
Sirius Minerals fell more than 20 percent on Tuesday after the miner launched a $3.8 billion (£2.9 billion) financing plan, including a discounted share offering, to fund its North Yorkshire polyhalite project in the United Kingdom.
Sirius Minerals <SXX.L>, which is developing the world's largest deposit of a fertilizer named polyhalite, saw losses mount last year but expects to start production at its mine in northern England ahead of schedule in mid-2021.
* Announces its intention to apply for admission to listing of its ordinary shares on premium listing segment of official list of UK listing authority
Sirius Minerals <SXX.L> the UK company behind plans to mine the world biggest underground deposit of polyhalite, a fertiliser, has completed the first $1.2 billion (0.97 billion pound) phase of its fund-raising, it said on Thursday.
Hancock Prospecting (Pty) Ltd, controlled by Australian billionaire iron ore magnate Gina Rinehart, on Tuesday said it was investing $300 million (245.30 million pounds) in British fertiliser business Sirius Minerals Plc <SXX.L> as it moves deeper into agriculture.
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