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.