December 23, 2019KARNALYTE RESOURCES INC. PROVIDES UPDATE ON THE PROTEOS NITROGEN PROJECT AND ANNOUNCES DIRECTOR CHANGESNot for distribution to U.S. news wire services or dissemination in the United States.SASKATOON, SK (CNW- December 23, 2019) – Karnalyte Resources Inc. (“Karnalyte” or the “Company”) (TSX: KRN) provided today an update on its Proteos Nitrogen Project and announced director changes.Proteos NitrogenKarnalyte is pleased ...
November 5, 2019KARNALYTE RESOURCES INC. ANNOUNCES 2019 THIRD QUARTER RESULTSNot for distribution to U.S. news wire services or dissemination in the United States.SASKATOON, SK (CNW- November 5, 2019) – Karnalyte Resources Inc. (“Karnalyte” or the “Company”) (TSX: KRN) today announced its financial results and operational and corporate highlights for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019.Wynyard PotashDuring the third quarter ...
September 11, 2019Saskatoon, SK (CNW–September 11, 2019) – Karnalyte Resources Inc. (“Karnalyte” or the “Company”) (TSX: KRN) announced today that effective immediately, Mr. Frank Wheatley, Chief Executive Officer and former President, is no longer with the Company. The Company’s Chief Financial Officer, Ms. Danielle Favreau, will act as Interim CEO. The Company will make an announcement on permanent plans to ...
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Removing carbon (CO2 or its equivalent) from the atmosphere is called carbon fixing or sequestering. 16 years ago the CEO of Karnalyte Resources Inc. Mr. Robin Phinney P Eng. and Mr. Gary Derdall, Ph D of Saskatoon 1999 co-authored a paper that provided the petrochemical industry a cheap and easy solution to remove their greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere. “Carbon fixing by fertilizing the forest and commercial agricultural crops to offset the use of fossil fuels”. Karnalyte now has developed KCL99™ a unique water soluble 99.4% pure granular potash fertilizer ideal for fertilizing by aircraft as envisioned in his paper.
Interview With Robin Phinney CEO of Karnalyte Resources Starts at the 15 min. Mark.