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DeepGreen CEO Outlines Future of Deep Ocean Metals

November 27, 2018

LONDON — DeepGreen Metals Inc. (“DeepGreen”, “DGM” or the “Company”) CEO Gerard Barron will be attending the Mines and Money conference in London, England, from November 26-29.  

Mr. Barron will be updating the industry on the Company’s exploration and development progress, presenting a paper on the polymetallic nodules industry, and he will also be participating in a panel on battery materials.

“DeepGreen continues to carry out the technical studies and environmental surveys that will inform on responsible collection of polymetallic nodules that sit on the ocean floor within the Company’s tenements in the mid-Pacific”, said Barron. “Once in production, this industry will supply the world with a new source of cobalt, nickel, copper and manganese essential to building a clean energy future.” 

To schedule an interview with DeepGreen’s CEO and other members of its executive team, or for further information, please contact:

Info@deep.green

Or

Tom@deep.green

 

About DeepGreen:  

DeepGreen is a Canadian company offering a new and disruptive approach to supplying the world with metals needed for economic growth and clean technologies. With its patented processing technology, DeepGreen is on track to become a leading producer of base and strategic metals obtained from vast high-grade seafloor polymetallic nodule deposits containing nickel, manganese, copper and cobalt. 

About Nauru Ocean Resources Inc. (NORI):

NORI, a Nauruan company wholly-owned by DeepGreen and sponsored by the Republic of Nauru, is engaged in the exploration and sustainable development of seafloor mineral resources. In 2011, NORI became the first company to obtain a license from the United Nations’ International Seabed Authority to explore for minerals in the international seabed area. It will not operate near shallow coral reefs, volcanic ocean vents nor require digging, drilling or use of explosives.