12 March 2012 18:13 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Sirius Minerals has denied media reports that work at its ?xml:namespace>
“We have not stopped progressing on the project,” said JT Starzecki, senior manager of Sirius Minerals.
Dakota Salts, a subsidiary of Sirius Minerals, has drilled a hole at
The company maintains that it is carrying out internal discussions on the next course of exploration to be carried out.
“Rather than keep drilling, which is expensive, we are evaluating our next step. But there is no doubt that we are advancing on the project,” Starzecki said.
There will be news on the
The company, however, maintains that the York Potash project in North Yorkshire, the UK, will continue to be Sirius Minerals’ “primary” project.
“We are just not focused on one project. We are focused on all of them in varying degree,” Starzecki added.
Earlier today, Sirius Minerals announced that results of the second borehole drilled at the York Potash project have been strong and in line with previous results.
Sirius Minerals owns properties overlying potash deposits in the
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