StockMarketWire.com - The Greenland government has renewed Bluejay Mining's exploration licence for its Disko-Nuussuaq magmatic massive sulphide nickel-copper-platinum project for a further five years to 31 December 2021.

Disko is one of two-advanced polymetallic projects in Greenland owned through the Bluejay's wholly owned subsidiary Disko Exploration Limited.

Disko-Nuussuaq is a flood basalt magmatic massive sulphide polymetallic occurrence of copper, nickel & platinum group elements in West Greenland.

Bluejay said: "Disko has been the subject of exploration work for more than three decades with over US$50m of historical work programmes executed by Cominco who commenced exploration work in the 1980s, followed by Falconbridge in the 1990s, Vismand Exploration in the 2000s and more recently, Cairn Energy from 2012 until it was purchased by BlueJay in September 2016."




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