Highfield’s Javier, Pintano and Sierra del Perdon potash projects are located in the Ebro potash producing basin in Northern Spain. The Sierra del Perdon project includes two former operating mines. Highfield’s key objective is to quickly recommence production from these mines. The Javier and Pintano potash projects are located in two separate sub basins within 60 kilometres of the former operating mine. Highfield owns a 100% interest in the five granted tenements with three applications pending that comprise the three projects and cover over 400 km2.
Highfield’s McLarty potash project is located in the Canning Basin of northern Western Australia. The Canning Basin contains vast accumulations of Ordovician evaporite salt bearing sediments at relatively low depths underground that is considered prospective for economic potash mineralisation. The Company has entered into a farm in agreement to explore three granted tenements and may obtain an interest of up to 80% of the project.