Canadian Farmers Investing in the Future of Canadian Produced Fertilizer

Genesis Fertilizers is proposing to finance, design and construct a new, highly efficient urea production and distribution system that serves today’s modern farmer. One central production facility constructed near low cost raw materials serving a Western Canadian network of strategically located farmer centric SuperCenters.

OWNED BY FARMERS FOR FARMERS.

THE OPPORTUNITY

Western Canadian farmers used approximately 2,800,000 MT of nitrogen in 2020 and use is expected to continue to grow at an average of 4% year over year.1

Granular Urea Fertilizer

Fertilizer is a major input cost for farmers in Canada

Production Facility

State of the Art, 700,000 MTPA Production Facility

Distribution Centers

Seven strategically placed SuperCenters across the Prairies

Financial Stakeholders

Seeking support from Canada’s leading financial institutions 

Public Stakeholders

Seeking support from governments at various levels

Strategic Investors

Seeking support from organizations with specific interest in the industry and the project

Canadian Farm Investors

Western Canadian farmers represent a significant customer base and are the backbone to Canadian food production

Leading Exporter to USA

The United States is a net importer of nitrogen fertilizers and the world’s largest importer of crop nutrients.

THE PROBLEM

Despite the fact that urea is being produced in North America and Western Canada specifically, farmers on the Canadian Prairies are facing some of the highest fertilizer prices globally2 as prices are determined by the NOLA import price plus shipping costs between the Gulf of Mexico and Western Canada.

LAND LOCKED LOCATION

Western Canada is removed from key supply routes

Over CDN$150/MT

Freight cost to bring urea from NOLA to Western Canada3

Farmers in Western Canada have for years paid some of the highest prices for urea fertilizer globally.

IT’S TIME TO MAKE A CHANGE!

THE SOLUTION

Our financing, design and construction of a new, highly efficient urea production and distribution system that serves today’s modern farmer given their capacity for transportation and storage. One central production facility constructed near low cost inputs serving a Western Canadian network of seven strategically located SuperCenters to service farmers.

FERTILIZER PRODUCTION

  • Genesis Fertilizers urea plant has planned production of 700,000 MT per annum with 75% or 525,000 MT for sale as farmer offtake investment when complete

  • Production for sale is an estimated 20% of annual Western Canada urea usage

Genesis estimates 20% of Western Canadian farmer owned acres have the opportunity to take control of their future fertilizer expenditures.

IT'S TIME TO CONTROL YOUR FARMING FUTURE

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FERTILIZER DISTRIBUTION SUPERCENTERS

Additionally, Genesis Fertilizers intends to build regional distribution SuperCenters, coupled with port handling for import and export opportunities and the transportation infrastructure required to competitively deliver fertilizer to Canadian growers. The first of seven SuperCenters is being built in Belle Plaine, Sk. with three planned for Alberta, two more in Saskatchewan and one in Manitoba.

  • Seven SuperCenters planned including Belle Plaine currently under construction

  • Solid wood and concrete structure built by best-in-class construction firm

  • Capability to unload rail cars and trucks at 800TPH

  • Capability to load trucks from rail cars

  • Automated so drivers never leave their trucks

  • HIM Tower Blender for speed and accuracy

  • State of the art applicators to create specialized fertilizer coatings to increase mircro-nutrient and phosphorous availability, maximize nitrogen use efficiency

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Project Team Members

World leaders in their field.

SPONSOR

CONTRACTORS

Plant Construction and all EPC Services

SuperCenter Design and Construction

SuperCenter Technology & Machinery

ADVISORS

Owner Engineering Services

Business Plan and Strategic Planning

Complete Legal Services

Marketing and Public Relations

Sources

1Alberta Nitrogen Price Update: Alberta Government Ag Fertilizer Report – Alberta.ca

2Source: Argus Consulting Services “US and Canada Urea Market Study”, Jul 2020

3Source:  Agrium Cultivating Performance Delivering Value”, Nov 2017

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