Sourcing minerals for a more
sustainable future

Investigating EU Critical Raw Material Vanadium

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A new era of
responsible exploration

Sourcing EU Critical Raw Material Phosphate Rock

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Modern mineral exploration

Unearthing EU Critical Raw Material Titanium

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Sourcing a more
sustainable future

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John Vergopoulos CEO

Critical raw material supply, strategy & vulnerability

In February, in what was seen as a defensive move against possible future U.S.-led trade bans, China increased its production...
We have announced two world class Mineral Resource Estimates ("MREs"). This will result in an operation that will lead NM to be one of the largest suppliers of vanadium and titanium in the world, as well as being the largest supplier of phosphate in the EU and EFTA countries. This brings with it a responsibility to manage our operational decisions carefully, as our actions will impact the demand and supply balance at a global level on two of these minerals, as well as the overall supply requirement for all three minerals within the EU and EFTA.

Norge Mining has a clear vision: to operate the most ecologically, socially and sustainable mine for Critical Raw Materials vanadium, phosphate and titanium.

In this way, we want to create a lasting impact by contributing to a more sustainable future that global citizens are clamouring for.

More about our minerals and their uses

Norway is sitting on large, untapped mineral deposits, according to investigations so far. We are focusing our efforts on three high worldwide demand resources and EU Critical Raw Materials: vanadium, phosphate and titanium.

Phosphate

The use of phosphate fertilisers in the past 50 years has boosted crop yields and helped feed millions, if not billions, of people. But supply of this EU Critical Raw Material is emerging as a global sustainability challenge.

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Vanadium

A by-product of iron-ore, vanadium is hugely valuable in manufacturing due to its malleable, ductile and corrosion-resistant qualities. This EU Critical Raw Material’s most exciting use is in efficient power storage for renewable energy.

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Titanium

In 2020, the European Union added titanium to its Critical Raw Material list for the first time. With China producing 55% of the world’s titanium, the COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated global supply chain fragility – and the pressing need to look for domestic, neighbourly producers to minimise risk.

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Gold

Norway has deposits of gold assets in the south of the country. Historical mining and recent sampling shows that there is potential for high grade gold mineralisation.

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GOVERNMENT BOOST

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HIGH-DEMAND MINERALS

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INVESTMENT OPTIONS

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Why Norway?

Norway is, politically and economically, one of the most stable and developed countries in the world.

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Aligning with global ambitions

We are using the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to guide our operations

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“Ilmenite and vanadium in the Bjerkreim-Sokndal intrusion, together, constitute a world-class resource.”

Considerate mining is at the core of our business model – in collaboration and constant communication with local neighbourhoods. Using innovation and technology, we aim to minimise any environmental impact. What’s more, some of the minerals we are sourcing will greatly contribute to a more sustainable global future.

The investment opportunity

A reliable partner, Norge Mining aims to build value for its shareholders. We will offer long-term opportunities at an attractive investment level, with significant upside compared to peers. Potential to invest in projects with this type and size of asset combination, infrastructure and location is very rare.

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