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  • October 2018

    DeepGreen Presents at IMARC on its Recent Resource Estimate, Updating Plans and Progress Toward Completion of a Prefeasibility Study

    Melbourne — DeepGreen Metals Inc. (“DeepGreen”, “DGM” or the “Company”), a leader in the deep-sea polymetallic nodule exploration and development industry, will be presenting its recent resource estimate and research update to the International Mining and Resources Conference in Melbourne, Australia’s largest mining exhibition.

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  • October 2018

    DeepGreen's vision for the next generation of deep-sea mining

    Via DSM Observer - “This is an electric vehicle battery,” Gerard Barron exclaims as he holds a fist-size nodule, dark and lumpy, up to the screen. For Barron, CEO of DeepGreen Resources, harvesting polymetallic metals from the seafloor is not just a new mining venture, it is a mission to transition away from fossil fuels into a new, green economy. “The new engine is the battery,” and polymetallic nodules, he explains, contain almost every metal and mineral needed to build the next generation of high-capacity batteries.

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  • October 2018

    Seabed Mining: The Next Big Business

    Via Jamaica Observer - Many possibilities exist for Jamaica to expand its economy via the seabed, according to Michael Lodge, secretary general of the International Seabed Authority.

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