Prospective for a Wide Range of High-Value Minerals Including Copper, Gold, Cobalt and Nickel

Inglefield Multi-Element, Greenland

The Inglefield Multi-Element Project is located in north-west Greenland. Building on significant historic work by the Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, GEUS and previous exploration companies, Alba’s work has confirmed the potential for the discovery of IOCG (iron ore-copper-gold) style deposits at Inglefield.

Inglefield in Brief

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Inglefield in Brief

Alba’s wholly-owned Inglefield Multi-Element Project is located in the same region in north-west Greenland as Alba’s Thule Black Sands and Melville Bay Iron projects, with the result that the Group benefits from significant logistical benefits and economies of scale during the summer field season.

Extensive historic exploration has reported the presence of cobalt, copper, gold, vanadium and nickel, and the potential for Inglefield to host a range of mineralisation styles, from copper-zinc volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS), porphyry copper and iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits.

Alba’s 2018 field work confirmed copper-gold-silver-molybdenum mineralisation at the Four Finger Lake target over a 500 metre zone. In 2019 Alba commissioned an independent geophysical data review which confirmed the IOCG prospectivity of the Four Finger Lake target. IOCG deposits are characterised by having very large tonnages at moderate grades.