Central American Aerosination Agreement. Total sales now exceed 5mtpa. Taketake agreements are contracts between suppliers and buyers based on future resource production and not on existing supplies. As a general rule, the resource is not available in a saleable form at the time of the agreement — the supplier agrees to sell to the buyer and the buyer to buy from the supplier when production begins. Prices are generally agreed upon when the contract is established. The third most important clause of an acquisition contract is the possibility for one party to terminate the contract in the event of a failure of the other party. Since taketake contracts are legal contracts, termination of the contract is generally not allowed. Standard agreements indicate what is a standard. B, for example, the violation of a clause or several clauses resulting in sanctions. Because legal agreements are difficult to terminate, companies typically insert severe financial penalties into the contract to ensure that the agreement is strictly adhered to.

Taketake agreements have benefits for both sellers and buyers of resources and services. They give sellers a guarantee that they will be able to sell their resources in the future and earn a profit on their investment. This often helps them obtain financing for the construction of production facilities and facilities, as it shows lenders that they have future buyers. Buyers set a price in advance and can use the agreement as a guarantee against price changes in the event of a future supply shortage. In addition, their acquisition agreements provide them with a guaranteed supply if there are future market bottlenecks that could increase their profits. Over-the-counter agreements are legal contracts between two companies for certain quantities of goods to be delivered from one company to another. These contracts are very common and are mainly used by energy producers such as coal mines or power plants. Often, these agreements contain several safeguard clauses and can take months or years. Polyhalite admission or amortization contract with the American company Fortune 500 agribbusiness for 500ktpa for five years, with an additional option for 500kt. A force majeure clause allows the cancellation agreement without penalty for the buyer or seller in the contract. For the force majeure clause to be effective, something must be done outside the control of the buyer or seller. This clause eliminates or reduces the risk by contracting parties to such things as major weather disasters, government regulation or the failure of a third party that assists in production.

On October 26, 2017, Sirius Minerals announced the signing of a seven-year count or toll contract for the sale of POLY4 to Wilmar Group, a leading group of agricultural companies, for use and resale exclusively in Southeast Asia, with quantities reaching up to 750,000 tonnes per year. The agreement can be extended for another three years and extended by Wilmar to 1 million tpa. The company signed its first take-take-off contract for Polyhalit-take-or-Pay: 1 mtpa for 10 years with Yunnan TCT Yong-Zhe Company Limited (Yunnan TCT). The offtake agreements should contain three important statements.