Bluelake Mineral is a Swedish company focused on exploration and mine development in the Nordic region within base metals, primarily copper, zinc and nickel. The company also holds projects with assets such as gold and oil.
In copper and zinc, the Company focuses on developing the Swedish project Stekenjokk and the Norwegian project Joam with the objective to put them into production. For Stekenjokk, a revised application for an exploitation concession has been submitted to the authorities. For Joma, the first step in the Norwegian equivalent of a exploitation concession has been obtained ("right of extraction").
Further, the Company also holds Swedish nickel project Rönnbäcken and the Finnish gold project Haveri. In both these cases, the Company is actively seeking financial and industrial partners for development of the projects.
In oil, a project is held in Tomsk, Russia. In this case, the strategy is to sell the project or enter into a partnership in order to finance and develop the project.
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Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("the Company" or "Bluelake Mineral"), has via its Swedish subsidiaries Vilhelmina Mineral AB (publ) ("Vilhelmina Mineral") and Nickel Mountain AB ("Nickel Mountain") from the Swedish Mining Inspectorate obtained extension with one year for each of four exploration permits named Kattisavan nr 4 (gold), Orrbäcken nr 4 (nickel), Blåsjön Syd nr 2 and Ankarvattnet nr 2 (copper and zinc)
As previously announced, Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("the Company" or "Bluelake Mineral"), has via its Swedish subsidiary Vilhelmina Mineral AB (publ) ("Vilhelmina Mineral") applied for an exploitation concession within the exploration permits Levi K no. 1 and Stekenjokk K no. 1 in Vilhelmina municipality. In its statement to the Swedish Mining Directorate, the County Administrative Board of Jämtland has previously recommended that an exploitation concession for Stekenjokk K no. 1 should be granted. However, during the ongoing examination of the exploitation concession application the County Administrative Board of Västerbotten has declared that an examination according to Natura 2000 is required for both of the applied exploitation concessions before a final assessment can be made. Therefore, Vilhelmina Mineral has now submitted a separate application for a Natura 2000 permit in accordance with the Environmental Act to the County Administrative Board of Västerbotten.
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