Uralkali Board Decisions

05.03.2015
Uralkali Board Decisions

Uralkali (LSE: URKA; the Company), one of the world’s largest potash producers, announces the key decisions taken by its Board of Directors at a meeting on 5 March 2015.

The Board has approved:

  • Uralkali Groupís 2014 consolidated financial accounts, prepared in accordance with IFRS;
  • Uralkaliís Development Strategy for 2015-2020;
  • the following investment projects as part of Uralkaliís Development Strategy for 2015-2020:
    1. construction of the Ust-Yayvinsky mine;
    2. capacity expansion at Solikamsk-3, 1st stage — construction of shaft No. 4;
    3. construction of a new mine at Solikamsk-2;
    4. KCI loading increase at Berezniki-4;
    5. development of granulation facilities at Solikamsk-3.
  • the list of candidates to be elected to the Board of Directors at Uralkaliís Annual General Meeting (AGM). The list of candidates is as follows:
    1. Dmitry Konyaev
    2. Dmitry Mazepin
    3. Luc Maene
    4. Robert Margetts
    5. Dmitry Osipov
    6. Paul Ostling
    7. Dmitry Razumov
    8. Ekaterina Salnikova
    9. Valery Senko
    10. Mikhail Sosnovsky
    11. Sergey Chemezov
    12. Jian Chen;
  • the list of candidates to be elected to Uralkaliís Revision Commission at the AGM.

Dmitry Osipov, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO of Uralkali, commented:

Uralkaliís revised capacity development programme for 2015-2020 includes a range of projects to expand existing operations and construct new facilities. Total investments in the period for the development programme will amount to approximately US$ 4.5 billion. Uralkali sees this programme as a priority. We are the industry leader and aim to maintain and strengthen our long-term prospects in the global potash market by increasing our annual production capacity to 14.4 million tonnes by 2020.

Uralkali (www.uralkali.com) is one of the worldís largest potash producers and exporters. The Companyís assets consist of 5 mines and 7 ore-treatment mills situated in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Region, Russia). Uralkali employs ca.11,300 people (in the main production unit). Uralkaliís shares and GDRs are traded on the Moscow Exchange and London Stock Exchange, respectively.

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Smoking in mines is prohibited.
Work at heights without wearing a safety harness is prohibited.
Work in electrical installations under voltage is prohibited.
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