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Free Potash Market Outlook Webinar

Posted On: 13-01-2017 By: Grahame Turnbull

webinar-icon-13-2An analysis of the latest market developments and short and long term outlook

Register even if you can’t attend: We’ll send all registrants a link to the webinar recording – to watch when it suits you

Register for free here – simply click a time below:

Webinar date and duration:   

  • 24th January 2017, duration: 45 minutes

Times (click on the time you prefer to register):

This Potash webinar will cover:

  • 2016 – year in review
  • Supply/demand balances for MOP and SOP
  • Short and long-term prospects for the potash market
  • Potash price trends
  • MOP and SOP project updates
  • Q&A session at the end

Easy access: No downloads required, watch on multiple devices

    • WebinarGlobalPixThis webinar works with no need for downloads, simply click and play.
    • You can watch the webinar whenever you want – so don’t worry if you can’t make the times above, simply watch the session on demand when it suits you.
    • The webinar can be watched on all devices: PC, Laptop, Tablet, Smartphone.

Presenter and Analyst team

  • Rebecca Hayward – Potash Team Leader
  • Oliver Hatfield – Director of Fertilizers and Chemicals
  • Lynn Wang – China Research Manager
  • Andrea Valentini – Japan Research Manager
Find out more about our analyst team by clicking here

How does the webinar process work?

      1. Register for the event, using the links above or simply click here for the 9am session, and click here for the 5pm session.
      2. You will receive a calendar invite along with a link to watch the webinar (even if you miss the webinar simply use the same link to watch the recording).
      3. No downloads required, use your PC, Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone,  sit back and enjoy the session wherever you are.

Related research from Integer

The Potash Market Service >>

  • potash-costandprofit.wsThe production costs by producer, the prices and margins they achieve and how these will change in the future
  • How much new capacity – greenfield and brownfield – is likely to be added in the medium term
  • How potash demand, supply and pricing will evolve in the next ten years
  • Stay up-to-date on the market with data and analysis updated quarterly

The SOP Outlook Report >>

  • SOP-Outlook.wsSOP cash costs for each producer and what prices and margins they achieve
  • The future of SOP price premium over MOP and how this is being impacted by supply economics
  • New SOP projects by region and how much new greenfield and brownfield capacity is likely to be added in the medium term
  • How SOP Demand, supply and pricing will evolve in the next ten years

 

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