• Granted licences over 300 hectares
  • Historic, cobalt-dominant mine workings from the 15th to 19th centuries untested by modern exploration

The Gladhammar and Tunaberg Projects cover a combined area of just over 300 hectares under two granted licences with additional licences under application. The Gladhammar and Tunaberg mining districts are located in southern Sweden, approximately 200km and 100km kilometres respectively south of Stockholm.

Both districts contain historic, cobalt-dominant mine workings from the 15th and 19th century untested by modern exploration methods