Jean Boulle Group Partners with SISA to Advance Greenland Anorthosite Mining Project
The Jean Boulle Group (www.jeanboullegroup.com) is pleased to note the announcement today by Greenland Anorthosite Mining ApS (“GAM” or “the Company”) that the Greenlandic pension fund SISA Pension has invested in the Company. GAM is a mineral exploration and development company which has the potential to become a major supplier to the global fiberglass marketplace.
GAM’s announcement follows previous investments in the Company by the Danish national investment fundVækstfonden and the Greenland State investment company Greenland Venture A/S in March 2020. In addition, the three groups have agreed to work in partnership to co-invest in the future development of the Company’s proposed Anorthosite mine.
Jean Boulle Group is the founding shareholder in GAM and looks forward to working with SISA, Vækstfonden and Greenland Venture A/S to develop the Company’s world-class anorthosite deposit. Following SISA’s investment, a very large proportion of Greenland’s population will become indirect shareholders in the potential Anorthosite mine and benefit from the Company’s development alongside the original founder and Danish investors.
Claus Stoltenborg, CEO of Greenland Anorthosite Mining said:
“I am delighted to welcome SISA as investor in the Company and to provide an opportunity for SISA’s members to participate in the development of our business.
It is particularly satisfying that this is the first mining investment in Greenland that has been funded by Greenlandic and Danish investors together with the original Founder “The Jean Boulle Group”, ensuring that the local population as well as Greenlandic and Danish investors benefit from the production of high quality natural resources in the Danish-Greenlandic Rigsfællesskab.”
Søren Schock Petersen, CEO of SISA said:
“We are excited by the potential of this investment, particularly due to the quality of the resource that Greenland Anorthosite Mining has discovered which benefits from high grade Anorthosite with low alkali content.”
In June 2020, the Company completed a Preliminary Economic Assessment on its property in Fiskenæsset, on Greenland’s west coast, south of the capital Nuuk. Work is ongoing to complete environmental and social impact studies and to develop sea maps and navigation safety instructions for the benefit of navigation to the mine as well as for other purposes.
In the summer 2021 Greenland Anorthosite Mining expects to conduct its final drilling campaign before submitting a mining license application.
For further information please contact:
Jean Boulle Mining
+352 222 512
CEO Greenland Anorthosite Mining
Michael Oke/Andy Mills
+44 207 321 0000