International news within the industry of mining and metal, Nov, 24 2017
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Opening the undersea mineral treasure chest

Photo: Pixabay
Photo: Pixabay
Published by
Peter Höök - 30 Aug 2017

In a new era of ever-advancing technology and increased legal certainty, ocean floor mining is set to take off in the next decade as several juniors jostle to be first to exploit the wealth hidden on the deep ocean floor.

The company’s flagship Nori project is part of the Clarion Clipperton Zone (CCZ) of the Central Pacific, which was first discovered in 1873 – an area believed to hold an abundance of the polymetallic nodules, with metal concentrations occurring on the vast abyssal plains at a depth of about 4 000 m to 6 000 m in international waters, O'Sullivan told an audience attending the fifty-sixth Annual Conference of Metallurgists, in Vancouver, Mining Weekly reports.

Hazelton samples. Hazelton -formally Price Creek-, Jaxons flagship project, spans 44,482 ha and is prospective for Eskay Creek and Equity Silver style mineralization. Widespread soil anomalies and surface showings up to 3,397 g-t Ag, 12.7 g-t Au, and 22.29% Zn have been found on this advanced exploration project and a number of features suggest that the property has considerable potential.  Photo: Jaxons Inc.
Hazelton samples. Hazelton -formally Price Creek-, Jaxons flagship project, spans 44,482 ha and is prospective for Eskay Creek and Equity Silver style mineralization. Widespread soil anomalies and surface showings up to 3,397 g-t Ag, 12.7 g-t Au, and 22.29% Zn have been found on this advanced exploration project and a number of features suggest that the property has considerable potential. Photo: Jaxons Inc.

Jaxon starts to drill at Hazelton in Canada

"13 drill holes"

Jaxon Inc. is pleased to announce that it will be commencing its Phase 1, 2,000-metre diamond drilli...