Subiaco, Australia, August 27, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The Greenland Government approves Terms of Reference for environmental and social impact assessments on the Kvanefield project. Environmental and social impact assessments are significant components of an ultimate feasibility study. Bureau of Minerals and Petroleum has laid down the guidelines of such studies. So, it takes good time for the approval. Such approval from the government will be certainly a big achievement for the company and its future steps on the project. After getting the approval for such issue, the company is looking to take next step in the project.
Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd, a mineral exploration and Development Company have been in the work of advancement of the Kvanefield multi-element project for last four years. Kvanefield has been identified as the world’s largest resource of rare earth elements and it also contains a reasonable amount of Zinc and Uranium resources. In 2010, an Interim Pre-feasibility report was released based on an overview of a viable development scenario. This report tinted that a multi-element mining project could be developed and that would turn out to be world’s one of the biggest rare earth production capacities.
The operation of multi-element mining at Kvanefield is undertaken by highly qualified technical team. The technical staff has expertise in large scale project management, social and environmental sustainability, geology, mineralogy and resources, etc. The company has also recently released latest resource estimates at Kvanefield which has shown significant improvement in resources. So, all such things will certainly benefit the company in near future.
About Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd
Talking about the background of Greenland Minerals and Energy Ltd, it is a mineral exploration and development company. The company is focused on unlocking mineral riches resources in Greenland. Right now the main aim of the company is advancing the Kvanefield multi-element project with the help of fundamental process and advanced technical operation. It also aims at identifying large mineral deposits. Thus, it is going to play major role in multi-element mining projects in near future.
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