Strategic Minerals in Greenland
Hudson Resources is a Canadian based mining and exploration company focused on developing strategic and green mineral projects in Greenland. Hudson owns 33% of the operating White Mountain (Qaqortorsuaq) anorthosite (calcium feldspar) mine in Greenland and 100% of the Sarfartoq carbonatite exploration project which hosts an advanced rare earth element project rich in neodymium, and a high grade niobium/tantalum project.
- Reduced CO2 by up to 15% for every tonne used by E-Glass producers.
- Will make paints and coatings last longer.
- Ability to produce alumina without toxic red mud tailings.
- Ability to produce CO2 free white cement.
- Key component in reducing weight of steel in cars, buildings
- Powerful superconducting metal
- More efficient lithium ion batteries
Rare Earth Elements
- Neodymium is the main component in permanent magnets which are critical in green technologies
- Greenland is a self-governing administrative division of Denmark and has control of its mineral rights
- No landclaim issues. We deal directly with the Greenlandic people
- Competitive fiscal regime
- Local communities are supportive of mining and have a skilled workforce available
- The Greenland School of Minerals & Petroleum (Råstofskolen) is located near the project
- Excellent logistics and infrastructure with an international airport 80km from the project and year round tidewater access via a deep water port