Greenland Day at PDAC 2016
Ministry of Mineral Resources
Greenland Advanced and Coming Projects
PDAC Toronto – Sunday March 6th 2016
Greenland is rich in all varieties of minerals from rubies to precious metals, iron and iron alloys, base metals and critical minerals such as rare earth elements, niobium and tantalum. The goal of the Government is to translate the mineral potential into jobs and revenue to benefit Greenlandic society. This means great opportunities for Greenland and for investors and buyers of minerals.
Greenland has experienced very positive development of mineral licence interest over the last decade. Several exploration projects are in an advanced stage or are promising developing projects. Presentations in the Geology session will focus on these projects including projects with nickel, zinc, rare earth minerals, industrial minerals, and precious metals.
The Ministry of Mineral Resources (MMR), the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS), and several of the advanced and coming projects will be presented at the Greenland Day Geology session. This will be followed by a Business and Investment session from 1445–1700. There will also be a reception in the same location from 1800–2000.
All are welcome to attend Greenland Day. Registration is preferred, but not required.
Date: Sunday, March 6th, 2016
Duration of Session: 12:00 noon – 14:30
Location: Room 206B, North Building
Exhibition Booth: # 417 at MetroToronto Convention Centre, South Building
Individual meetings Monday March 7th: Please contact Christian Hjerrild Ovesen
For further information and registration please contact:
The Ministry of Mineral Resources
P.O. Box 930, 3900 Nuuk, Greenland
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