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Bluejay Mining ilmenite mine in Greenland

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Bluejay Mining is advancing its Dundas Ilmenite Project in Greenland, which is being developed towards production in the near term.

Bluejay said that it has been advised by the Ministry of Mineral Resources that the Dundas Public Consultation process will be tabled at the ministerial meeting.

“The Dundas Ilmenite Project has been proven to be the highest-grade mineral sand ilmenite project globally, with a JORC Compliant Resource of 117 million tonnes at 6.1% ilmenite and a maiden offshore Exploration Target of between 300Mt and 530Mt of ilmenite at an average expected grade range of 0.4 – 4.8% ilmenite in-situ,” writes the company in a news release.

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