Sudan Agro-Minerals Project
Regency Mines has recently acquired the option to explore four tenements in Sudan for agro-minerals. Three of the tenements are located just to the north and north-west of Khartoum, while the fourth is located on the Red Sea coast. Abu Hashem to the north-west of Khartoum is an 80,000 sq km phosphate prospect, adjoined by a 40,000 sq km potentially high-grade potassium oxide deposit to the east in the Bayuda Desert. There is a second potassium oxide deposit at Sabaloka, three hours north of Khartoum, on the edge of the Nile River. The final tenement is located on the coast, approximately a three hour drive north of Port Sudan, and is being explored for gypsum.
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