ARIANNE PHOSPHATE INC
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Balance Sheet
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Operating Metrics
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Return on Invested Capital, TTM
Revenue per Employee, TTM
Price History
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Beta - 1 Year
Price - 52 Week High
Price - 52 Week Low
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Profile

Sector: Basic Materials
Industry: Integrated Mining
Employees: ---
Arianne Phosphate Inc, formerly Arianne Resources Inc., is a Canada-based development-stage phosphate mining company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mining properties in Quebec, Canada. The Company operates through the segment of acquisition, exploration and development of mining properties. The Company is focused on developing a phosphate mine by concentrating its resources on the Lac a Paul phosphate rock project. The Company is developing the Lac a Paul phosphate deposit, which is located approximately 200 kilometers north of the Saguenay/Lac St. Jean area of Quebec, Canada. The Lac a Paul deposit is located in the Lac-Saint-Jean Anorthositic Suite (LSJAS). The Lac a Paul phosphate rock project consists of approximately 500 map-designated claims and covers an area of approximately 27,000 hectares. The Lac a Paul property consists of mafic to ultramafic rock (anorthosite, gabbros, norite, trocotites and also some pyroxenite and peridotite).

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