Press Releases

2021-10-01
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company"), has as previously announced, via its Swedish subsidiary Nickel Mountain AB ("Nickel Mountain") entered into an agreement with SRK Consulting AB ("SRK Consulting") to conduct a preliminary economic assessment ("PEA") of the Rönnbäcken nickel project in Sweden. As a supplementary analysis to the PEA, Nickel Mountain has now appointed consultant Minviro Ltd ("Minviro") to conduct a so called life cycle assessment ("LCA") including analysis of CO2 footprint and other environmental impact from the Rönnbäcken project.

2021-09-07
Regulatory

The Board of Directors of Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" or "the Company") has today, with the support of an authorization from the Annual General Meeting held May 26, 2021, decided on a new share issue directed towards a group of private investors (the "Investors") of a maximum of 3,305,784 shares at a subscription price of SEK 1.21 per share at a total value of MSEK 4 (the "Share Issue").

2021-08-16
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company") will via its Norwegian subsidiary Joma Gruver AS ("Joma Gruver") participate in a meeting on August 18, 2021 with Røyrvik municipality in Trøndelag to present a zoning plan in relation to plans for restart of the copper and zinc mine in Joma. At the meeting, Joma Gruver will report regarding planned mining operations and the expected social, economic and environmental impact. The zoning plan and approximately 20 impact assessment studies for various areas (which have been published previously) will form the basis for the municipality's decision during the autumn concerning the zoning plan, which is an important step in the Norwegian permit process. Joma Gruver is of the opinion that a restart of the mine can have far-reaching positive consequences in several areas. Through an estimated investment of more than NOK 500 million, the mine will create many direct and indirect jobs and could function as a growth engine both locally and regionally. The number of inhabitants in the municipality is estimated to increase by approximately 25 % and create increased financial resources for further growth. The mine will be established and operated according to strict principles of sustainability with the least possible impact on the local environment and other sensitive and valuable interests such as nature, hunting, fishing and reindeer husbandry. As copper and zinc can be produced locally instead of being imported from other continents, the Joma mine would also contribute to the global environment through, among other things, lower carbon dioxide emissions.

2021-08-02
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company"), has via its Swedish subsidiary Nickel Mountain AB entered into an agreement (the "Agreement") with SRK Consulting AB ("SRK Consulting") to conduct a preliminary economic assessment ("PEA") of the Rönnbäcken nickel project in Sweden.

2021-08-02
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company"), has via its Swedish subsidiary Nickel Mountain AB entered into an agreement regarding loans amounting to 5 MSEK (the "Agreement") with private investors. The objective with the loan is to finance a Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") regarding the nickel project Rönnbäcken in Sweden and to strengthen the Company's cash position. By conducting a PEA, the Company believes that the prerequisites for raising long term financing for the project are significantly improved.

2021-08-02
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company"), has as previously announced, via its Norwegian subsidiary Joma Gruver AS entered into an agreement (the "Agreement") with SRK Consulting AB ("SRK") to conduct Mineral Resource Estimates ("MRE") for mineralization at Joma (Norway) and Stekenjokk-Levi (Sweden). In a first step, SRK now has completed a mineral resource estimate for Joma stating indicated mineral resources of 5.6 million tonnes with 1.04 % Cu and 1.67% Zn and inferred mineral resources of 0.3 million tonnes with 0.9 % Cu and 1.3 % Zn. The NSR (Net Smelter Return) value for the indicated mineral resource is estimated to 94.63 USD per tonne and 82.4 USD per tonne for the inferred mineral resource.

2021-07-08
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" and "the Company"), has as previously announced in February 2021, via its Norwegian subsidiary Joma Gruver AS entered into an agreement (the "Agreement") with SRK Consulting AB ("SRK") to conduct Mineral Resource Estimates ("MRE") for mineralization at Joma (Norway) and Stekenjokk-Levi (Sweden). Re-sampling of historical archived drill core for database validation from both Joma and Stekenjokk-Levi has now been completed as well as 3D modelling of mineralisation zones at Joma, with current efforts on geostatistical interpolation of copper and zinc grades. Publication of MRE report is pending the completion of additional technical review and validation of the block model following the interpolation.

2021-06-24
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" or the "Company") today announces the outcome of the subscription for warrants for senior executives and board members resolved upon at the Annual General Meeting on May 26, 2021. Senior executives consisting of the Company's CEO, CFO and chief geologist have subscribed for a total of 1,560,000 warrants entitling to subscription for 1,560,000 new shares in the Company, whereby the share capital in the event of full subscription would increase by a maximum of SEK 156,000.

2021-06-08
Regulatory

Bluelake Mineral AB (publ) ("Bluelake Mineral" or "the Company") has, in accordance with a resolution from the Extraordinary General Meeting on April 30, 2021, made a dividend in kind of all shares in Mezhlisa Holding AB (publ) ("Mezhlisa"). The record date was May 12, 2021. The Swedish Tax Agency has published information on the distribution of the acquisition cost based on the so called Lex Asea.

2021-06-01
Regulatory

As previously announced, Bluelake Mineral AB (publ), ("the Company" or " Bluelake Mineral") and its Norwegian subsidiary Joma Gruver AS, have continued work related to the permitting process in Norway and hired environmental consultant Multiconsult Norge AS for the implementation of the so-called planning process, including a number of impact assessment studies and a zoning plan. The work is proceeding according to plan with a constructive dialogue with authorities and local and regional stakeholders. The Company hereby publishes some 20 documents that make up the major part of the of the application for approval of the zoning plan at Røyrvik municipality where the Joma mine is located. The zoning plan with impact assessments will be discussed in a so-called regional planning forum on June 16 and the documents form the basis for this meeting. In this meeting, issues concerning reindeer husbandry and the environment will be the main topics.

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