Mike Ferguson is a professional engineer and senior project manager with significant experience in the Saskatchewan Uranium and Potash Industries. Mr. Ferguson’s potash experience started in 1984 working in an underground potash mining operation, continuing through maintenance engineering work in a potash mill and on to engineering design and project delivery. He has worked on projects for all the major potash producers in Saskatchewan including Mosaic, Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan and Agrium and has been involved in projects overseas in the Middle East and South-East Asia.
Prior to work with Potash One, Mr. Ferguson worked as an independent project manager and, prior to that served as a General Manager for Wardrop Engineering , and Operations Manager with AMEC. He earned his B.SC. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and Graduate Certificate in Project Management from Pennsylvania State University.
Potash One Inc. is a publicly traded, Canadian based company, which is focused on developing its Legacy Project, a feasibility stage solution mining potash project in Saskatchewan. The Legacy Potash Project is located approximately 80 kilometers northwest of Regina. The project consists of 97,240 acres of Crown mineral lands held by Subsurface Mineral Permit KP 289.
Potash One announced a significant increase to the Legacy Project's Resource Estimate in May 2009 with an updated National Instrument 43-101 Report expanding and upgrading the estimated resource.
The presentation will provide an overview of the Legacy Project from Geology through to product shipment and tailings and brine management.