Free Potash Market Outlook WebinarPosted On: 13-01-2017 By: Grahame Turnbull
An 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):
- >> Register here: 9AM London time
(10AM Berlin / 1PM Dubai / 5PM Beijing / 8PM Sydney)
- >> Register here: 5PM London time
(6PM Berlin / 12 midday New York / 3PM Sao Paulo / 9AM Vancouver)
This Potash webinar will cover:
Easy access: No downloads required, watch on multiple devices
- This 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
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How does the webinar process work?
- Register for the event, using the links above or simply click here for the 9am session, and click here for the 5pm session.
- 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).
- No downloads required, use your PC, Laptop, Tablet or Smartphone, sit back and enjoy the session wherever you are.
Related research from Integer
- The 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
- SOP 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