Fund the Food
of the Future

Become a shareholder in a first-of-its kind Regulation A+ investment opportunity working to secure the food supply for today and generations to come

Project Summary

After US$198 million in investments to date, Brazil Potash is advancing its Autazes Potash project to the construction phase and is seeking to broaden its shareholder base prior to conducting a future planned public listing.

Potash is the most important of the three main fertilizer nutrients required to efficiently grow food, and currently represents a massive growing ~$24 billion annual market. And potash is more important than ever as increasing our planet’s agricultural productivity is essential to securing the food needed for the world's ever growing population (estimated to reach 8.5 billion people by the year 2030) while also protecting the environment (increasing productivity in the same land).

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A Massive Opportunity in Brazil’s Own Backyard

According to Integer Research, Brazil is the fastest growing potash consumer in the world, and the second largest consumer globally (after China), fueling its position as the ‘bread basket of the world’. As a leading producer of key meats, orange juice, coffee, sugar and soy beans, Brazil is one of the world's largest net exporters of agricultural goods.

But there’s one major problem: to meet its needs, Brazil imports 95% of its potash, primarily from Russia and Canada, resulting in significant transportation expenses, high product costs, and unnecessary CO2 emissions.

Brazil Potash has defined what it believes to be a new potash basin 2/3 the size of the world's largest basin, in Saskatchewan, Canada - and twice the size of the famous Russian Urals basin. Brazil Potash has developed a portion of this basin, called the Autazes project, which is located only five miles from a major river system, to a near construction-ready state. Initial plans call for producing 2.4 million tons of potash per year.

Even better - this home-grown potash will be transported at low cost, primarily using river barges, to Brazilian farmers who currently consume 10.6 million tons of potash per year.

Due to the project’s location (in Brazil, beside a river), Brazil Potash anticipates that its cost to extract, process, and deliver potash to farmers will be less than the transportation cost alone for imported potash. This should result in a substantial and sustainable cost advantage, for this essential, substitute-free nutrient for growing food.

Who We Are

Brazil Potash is a privately owned corporation, that holds title to a world-class potash basin in Amazonas, Brazil.

We have raised in excess of US$198 million since inception, to:

  • Permit a 250 mile long, by 90 mile wide ore basin
  • Complete a Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) and an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
  • Obtain a Preliminary Social and Environmental License (LP)
  • Diamond drill 65 holes totaling 37 miles, and acquire the majority of the land required for the plant and port.

The main goal from this current capital raise is to bring the Autazes project to a fully construction ready state by completing work required to obtain the Installation License, purchase the final parcels of land required, implement the social and environmental plans and conduct engineering work to optimize the processing plant design.

What Is Potash?

Potash is a potassium-rich salt, crucial for developing fertilizers, as potassium is an essential element for the growth of all forms of life - including crops. Using potash to rectify potassium deficiencies in soil increases both the quality and quantity of crop yields.

Potassium (K) is one of the three main nutrients, along with Nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) found in most fertilizers, as defined by the fertilizer’s NPK content which is typically printed on the front of fertilizer bags.

Potash plays a vital role in sustainably maintaining the global food supply, especially against the future strains of population growth and suitable land shortages around the world.

Invest in Part of the
Future of Food Security

Source: United States Department of Agriculture

As an agribusiness powerhouse, Brazil accounts for a large percentage of the world’s agricultural trade, despite currently using only 25% of its land potential, and having the highest amount of freshwater on the planet. With agribusiness representing ~24% of Brazil’s current GDP, and an industry growing at an estimated rate of 4.4% per year, Brazil’s primary crops, all highly potash-dependent, consist of a significant, and growing, portion of the global food supply.

Sources: Integer Research, March 2018
                United Nations World Population
                Prospectus, 2019

The State of Brazilian Potash

Potash is an integral part of Brazil’s prosperity. In fact, Brazil uses more potash than any nation other than China yet the majority of its supply is currently imported from Canada and Russia.

This journey requires travelling 9,000-12,000 miles by rail, boat and then truck to reach Brazilian fertilizer blenders. This results in significant impacts on the bottom line (high logistical costs) and the environment (high GHG emissions), which are both unnecessary and costly in light of Brazil’s locally abundant, but untapped, source of potash.

Our Vision

Brazil Potash holds title to a world-class potash basin in the Brazilian state of Amazonas, only five miles from a major river system, which will be used to transport potash on river barges to farmers throughout the country. Based on today’s fuel prices and shipping rates, Brazil Potash expects it will be able to extract, process, and deliver potash to Brazils’ farmers at the same cost as importers’ logistics costs alone.

Not only that, but management anticipates the Autazes potash project will create an estimated 1,200 direct jobs, and a further 4,800 indirect jobs - for at least 34 years based on drilling to date of only 10% of the potential potash basin identified. Even better, these jobs will be primarily for locals that currently live off the land, at times resorting to illegal deforestation to provide food for their family as a last resort.

Additionally, the planned construction of a new electricity transmission line, from the national electricity grid in Manaus to the project, is expected to take over an estimated 100,000 people off of emission-intensive, diesel-generated power, and replace it with more sustainable, 75% hydroelectric-generated power.

The Brazil Potash Advantage

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Once production begins, Brazil Potash is anticipated to be the lowest all-in cost potash supplier to Brazil based on analysis conducted by Integer Research. Again, this is thanks to our logistical cost advantage versus Canadian and Russian producers.

Due to the high transportation and production costs faced by potash importers, at a potash sale price of $230, ~70% of global potash producers are either breaking even or losing money. That’s a staggering result. But even at this low historical price, Brazil Potash is projected to have an 188% profit margin, due to our in-country logistics cost competitive advantage.

Brazil Potash anticipates:

  • Generating pre-tax earnings (EBITDA) of $718 million per year using central case (middle of the road) pricing of $334 per tonne as estimated by market intelligence firm Integer Research
  • $1,339 million per year is a realistic upside target based on today's actual granular potash price of $690 per tonne CFR Brazil (Note: potash prices were over $1000 per ton in 2008)
  • Using the ten year low in potash prices of $230 per tonne, Brazil Potash estimates generating $415 million per year in EBITDA.
  • In terms of future upside potential, operational fertilizer companies are typically valued on the stock market at 7 to 11x EBITDA. Using this multiple as a marker, Brazil Potash has the potential to be a multi-billion dollar company once in production.

Our commitment to domestically sourced Brazilian potash and improved global food security allows investors to play a pivotal part in the world’s food supply. And in the process, securing sustainable nutrition for the planet’s growing population - and financial security for themselves and their families.

For Brazil and for humanity,
the future looks bright


Potash Self-Sufficiency:

Brazil imports ~95% of its potash from across the globe while the world’s potentially second largest potash reserve (in Brazil) sits idle, less than five miles from local transportation waterways. An investment in Brazil Potash is a commitment to the long term health of one of the world’s most important agricultural sectors.

Global Food Security:

Brazil is the leading producer and net exporter of key meats, sugar, orange juice, coffee, soybeans, and other grains, despite using only one quarter of its land potential. The future of food security rests here, in the ‘bread basket of the world,’ and potash is vital to a healthy, well-fed planet.

Decreased GHG Emissions:

The estimated emission reduction from Phase 1 production of 2.4 million tons per year from this project (cutting Brazil’s domestic reliance on potash imports from Russia and Canada), lowers GHG emissions by ~508kTon/yr CO2eq. This is equivalent to planting 23 million new trees.

Generational Prosperity:

The Autazes mine has the potential to be operational for generations to come, creating a sustainable source of income from future dividends paid to investors, with the added benefit of creating widespread prosperity for Brazilians and indigenous people with few available opportunities of this caliber.

Our Management Team

STAN BHARTI Executive Chairman

Chairman Stan Bharti is a renowned international businessman and entrepreneur with over thirty years of hands-on experience developing global mining projects. Over the last ten years, he has invested and raised over US$10 billion.


Matt Simpson has a well-rounded background of designing and constructing mines internationally, while working for Hatch Engineering, and later operating a large RioTinto-owned mine with 650 reports and a US$300M/year budget.

HELIO DINIZ Managing Director, Brazil

Helio has over 40 years of extensive in the evaluation and development of major Brazilian mines including being a founder of Brazil Potash. Former Managing Director Brazil for Xstrata (now Glencore).


Guilherme Jacome joins from Vale where he was General Manager of Projects, responsible for the engineering and construction of several Brazil-based projects, including the expansion of a Brazil-based potash operation.

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