Jansen Stage 1

BHP’s Jansen Stage 1 Potash Project is located in Saskatchewan, Canada providing jobs and business opportunities for local individuals and Indigenous companies.

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Jansen Stage 1 is a potash project located in the province of Saskatchewan

BHP’s Jansen Stage 1 Potash Project is located about 140 kilometres east of Saskatoon in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. BHP is investing more than C$7 billion in the 100-per-cent-owned project. The large resource provides the opportunity to develop Jansen Stage 1 in phases, with anticipated initial capacity of 4.35 megatonnes per annum (Mtpa) of potash when the project becomes operational in 2026.

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The HBJV partnership has more than 100 years of combined experience in Canada and globally. HBJV is currently carrying out the detailed engineering phase for the processing, non-process infrastructure and mining areas for BHP’s Jansen Stage 1. HBJV will use a combination of best-in-class new developing technologies and systems, as well as proven HBJV suite of tools to execute this exciting new project.

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The year that the project is expected to become operational

The initial capacity of potash anticipated to be produced in megatonnes per year when the project becomes operational

The number of workers anticipated during the peak construction phase of the project

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We’re creating job opportunities for local and Indigenous companies

BHP’s Jansen Stage 1 creates business opportunities for local and Indigenous companies, as well as jobs for the province. Diversity and inclusion are central to building the project’s workforce, which will peak at around 3,500 workers during the construction phase.

A partnership formed to bring the right expertise and experience to the Jansen project

The Hatch Bantrel Joint Venture (HBJV) is a partnership formed to bring together the right expertise and experience to the Jansen Stage 1 Project. The partnership selected by BHP will provide engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) for the mining, processing, and non-processing infrastructure for the potash project in Saskatchewan.

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