About Crystal Peak Minerals

Crystal Peak Minerals Inc. is preparing to construct a new specialty fertilizer project on the Sevier Playa in Millard County, Utah.

We are focused on delivering plant nutrition in a safe, responsible, and environmentally conscious way.

In the 1970s, a Utah geologist began the first known systematic study of the minerals found on the Sevier Playa, a terminal basin located in southwestern Utah. After years of study, he and his team determined that the playa held a vast pool of valuable brine.

Building on that work, in 2008 our team set out to consolidate the land package necessary to define the project. Today, Crystal Peak controls, either directly or through agreement, mineral leases on more than 124,000 acres of land on the playa, and is actively working to develop a potash project there.

With a brine resource known to contain potassium, magnesium, sulfate, and other beneficial minerals, Crystal Peak is targeting the production of potassium sulfate and other specialty minerals through the use of brine extraction and a cost-effective solar evaporation process.

Current Efforts

After years of careful study, on February 21, 2018, Crystal Peak announced the filing on SEDAR of a National Instrument 43-101 technical report named “NI 43-101 Technical Report Summarizing the Feasibility Study for the Sevier Playa Potash Project, Millard County, Utah.”

Prepared by Novopro Projects Inc. and Stantec/Norwest Corporation, this technical report outlines our plan to develop the project.

On December 3, 2018, Crystal Peak announced the publication in the Federal Register of the notice of availability of the draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for the Sevier Playa Project.

The Bureau of Land Management prepared the DEIS in accordance with the requirements of the National Environmental Policy Act, the Council on Environmental Quality regulations for implementing NEPA, and other governing policies.

The DEIS is the culmination of an extensive evaluation process involving years of assessments as well as feedback regarding the project from federal and state cooperating agencies and the public.