GreenRoc Mining plc (AIM: GROC), a company focused on the development of critical mineral projects in Greenland, is delighted to announce that Company Chairman George Frangeskides will be presenting today at the Greenland Day event that forms part of the PDAC Mineral Exploration and Mining Convention in Toronto, Canada.
The Greenland Day event is hosted by the Ministry of Minerals Resources, Government of Greenland and the Greenland Business Association and aims to celebrate and promote Greenland’s mineral industry.
The PDAC Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention is the leading convention for people, governments, companies and organisations connected to mineral exploration: https://www.pdac.ca/convention.
GreenRoc’s chairman will be presenting an updated version of the Company’s corporate presentation at the Greenland Day event. A copy of this presentation is available on the Company’s website at: https://greenrocmining.com/investor-relations/corporate-presentations/
GreenRoc’s Non-Executive Chairman, George Frangeskides, commented:
“I am delighted to be participating in the Government of Greenland and Greenland Business Association’s Greenland Day event, which is part of the preeminent PDAC mining convention. As a Greenland-focused exploration and development company with a resource-rich portfolio of assets, including one of the world’s highest grade graphite projects, we are strong champions of the fantastic mining opportunities that Greenland presents. I look forward to showcasing GreenRoc to this international audience.”
For further information, please contact:
GreenRoc Mining Plc
Lars Brünner, Interim CEO
+44 20 3950 0724
GreenRoc Mining Plc is an AIM-quoted company, which is developing mining projects in Greenland in high-demand and high-value critical minerals.
Led by a group of highly experienced mining industry professionals with deep experience in the Greenland mining sector, GreenRoc has a portfolio of 100% owned projects:
· Amitsoq Graphite, one of the highest-grade graphite deposits in the world with a combined Indicated and Inferred JORC Resource of 8.28 million tonnes (Mt) at an average grade of 19.75% giving a total graphite content of 1.63 Mt.
· Thule Black Sands Ilmenite (‘TBS’), which has an initial Mineral Resource of [email protected] 43.6% Total Heavy Minerals with an in-situ ilmenite grade of 8.9%.
· Melville Bay Iron, which has a Mineral Resource Estimate of 67Mt at 31.4% iron and has been proven to be processable to a high-grade, 70% concentrate with low impurities.
· Inglefield Multi-Element , which has the potential to host a range of mineralisation styles, including iron oxide-copper-gold.
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