If you have read my earlier posts re GGG you’ll know that once GGG comes on line the world’s Rare Earths and in particular the Heavy Rare Earths future supply characteristics will be changed from deficit to surplus. (Market cap $220m)
Today’s announcement by GGG:
“Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd (“GMEL” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that the government of Greenland has amended the Company?s exploration license (EL 2010/02) covering the Kvanefjeld multi-element project such that it is now inclusive of uranium.
This license covers the northern Ilimaussaq complex and includes the world-class Kvanefjeld resource, in addition to emerging satellite deposits Zones 2 & Zone 3 (Table 1). Under the licensing framework in Greenland, the licensee maintains the right to apply for an exploitation (mining) license for all exploitable elements listed on the exploration license. Importantly EL 2010/02 now includes radioactive materials, providing the company with the clear right to apply for the exploitation of radioactive elements along with all other exploitable elements. The granting of an exploitation license will be dependent on establishing an environmentally and socially sustainable development scenario that is economically robust.”
indicates that Greenland Energy and Minerals is now substantially de-risked.
Follow this link to my www.australian-shares.com blog to a list of my earlier posts re GGG.