The Alba Group’s mineral exploration portfolio is comprised of gold, graphite and ilmenite projects in in northern Europe (the United Kingdom and Greenland). Our focus is on unearthing hidden value from previously drilled or mined projects.
Such as the Clogau-St David’s Gold Mine in Wales, the source of most of the United Kingdom’s gold, mined historically from very rich gold seams. With huge untapped potential, Alba’s technical team are applying a multi-disciplinary approach at Clogau, employing the most modern exploration tools such as 3D scanning & mine modelling as well as a two-pronged approach to drilling, from both surface and underground.
Or the Amitsoq Graphite Project in southern Greenland, which comprises a past producing mine and two exceptional graphite deposits, with average grades surpassing any other graphite project in the world.
At Thule Black Sands in northern Greenland, Alba has drilled the length and breadth of a section of coastline which had never before been explored in earnest, resulting in high-grade mineral sands being confirmed over a 10 km stretch, a resource already sufficient to sustain a more than 10-year mine life at a mining rate of 1.5 million tonnes per annum.
"Our focus is on unearthing hidden value from previously drilled or mined projects"
Clogau-St David’s Gold Mine, Wales
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