Arctic Minerals AB (publ) has identified a new copper target in a previously unexplored and sparsely populated part of central Finland. Boulders assay up to 4.4% copper.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) is pleased to announce that it has received positive results from the geophysical survey carried out during the 2022 field season at its 100%-owned Bidjovagge gold-copper project in Norway. The results of the latest survey confirm the interpretation of previous drilling and geophysics that the ore zone continues both to the west and north of the original mining area.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals") has acquired 100% of the Peräpohja copper project in Finland (the "Project") through a Royalty Agreement (the "Royalty Agreement") with the Rio Tinto group ("Rio Tinto"). The Project consists of 24 permit and permit applications totalling 1,120 km2 (112,000 hectares). The project has till now been owned jointly by Arctic Minerals and Rio Tinto in a joint venture. The Royalty Agreement supersedes the previous joint venture agreement which is thereby terminated. In the Royalty Agreement, Rio Tinto will be entitled to a net smelter return of 1% of the revenue from any eventual production from the Project. No up-front cash will be paid for the Project.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) (the "Company") held an Extraordinary General Meeting today, on 17 November 2022, at Advokatfirman Schjødt, Hamngatan 27, Stockholm.
The shareholders of Arctic Minerals AB (publ), reg. no. 556569-3602, are given notice of the extraordinary general meeting to be held at 11:00 CET on 17 November 2022, at Advokatfirman Schjødt, Hamngatan 27, Stockholm. Registration for the meeting starts at 10:30 CET.
CEO Jonatan Forsberg comments on the acquisition of the gold project Katterat in Norway on inderesTV.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals" or the "Company") has as of today, on 29 September 2022, entered into a share purchase agreement with Branten Utvikling AS (controlled by David Ettner and Ragnar Hagen) regarding acquisition of all shares in Arctic Exploration AS, owner of the gold project Katterat in Norway, in accordance with the letter of intent communicated through a press release on 15 August 2022. The closing takes place as of today. The consideration for 100 percent of the shares in Arctic Exploration AS amounts to mNOK 1.95 and is partly paid in the form of a cash payment of mNOK 0.05, partly in the form of a seller promissory note of mNOK 1.90 which is offset against 3,302,520 newly issued shares in Arctic Minerals. The board of directors of Arctic Minerals has therefore, based on the authorisation from the annual general meeting on 16 June 2022, resolved on a directed set-off issue of 3,302,520 new shares in the Company as a partial payment of the agreed consideration in the acquisition of the Katterat project.
The Board of Directors of Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals", the "Company" or the "Parent company" and together with its subsidiaries the "Group") (the "Board") hereby submits an interim report for the period January - June 2022.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) ("Arctic Minerals") has as of today entered into a non-binding letter of intent regarding the acquisition of a 100% interest in the gold project Katterat in Norway from a company controlled by David Ettner and Ragnar Hagen (the "Sellers"). The Katterat property consists of 12 exploration permits totalling 116 km2 located inNarvik municipality in Norway, where gold has been found in bedrock in multiple locations, and the agreed consideration will be in total mNOK 1.95.
Arctic Minerals AB (publ) updates on this seasons' exploration field work in Finland and Norway that started in May 2022. In northern Finland, the Company's exploration projects comprise the copper project Peräpohja (a joint venture with the Rio Tinto Group), the gold project Nutukka and the copper-nickel projects Inari and Lohi. In central Finland, the Company has the battery metal project Kiiminki.