Skaergaard project.

One of the world’s largest undeveloped gold and palladium resources


The Skaergaard project is one of the world’s largest undeveloped gold and palladium resources


  • Mineral Resource Estimate comprised of an Indicated Resource of 5.51 Moz PdEq (81.6 Mt at 2.1 g/t PdEq) and an Inferred Resource of 14.4 Moz PdEq (217.3 Mt at 2.05 g/t PdEq) with effective date of April 15, 2021. Deposit contains high grade palladium, gold, and platinum with potential for vanadium, iron, titanium and other secondary elements
  • Past metallurgical testing has demonstrated gold & palladium may be recovered through floatation with high recoveries
  • One of the largest known palladium deposits outside South Africa and Russia

Strong development potential


A$16 million invested in drilling, metallurgy and studies


  • Located on the east coast of Greenland
  • Deposit also contains titanium, ilmenite, vanadium, copper and gallium
  • Metallurgical test work has demonstrated the amenability of the gold and platinum group metal mineralization to processing
  • Palladium market fundamentals robust  – price peaked over US$2,500/oz in January 2020

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Located on the east coast of Greenland


68 drill holes and 35,000m of diamond drilling

Mineral Resource Estimate

Completed mineral resource estimate in April 2021 and moving towards a PEA

Skaergaard Project

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  • Located Greenland east coast, approximately 450km west of Iceland
  • Nearest townships are Ittoqqortoormiit 500km to the north-east and Tasiilaq 500km to the south
  • Nuuk, the capital of Greenland, is located approximately 1,000km to the south-west
  • The project is accessible by helicopter or airplane and marine craft in the Mikis Fjord when there is no sea ice
  • The Government is proactively trying to attract resource capital