Category: Deep Sea Minerals

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Immensely Underexplored

Immensely Underexplored

«The true resource potential of SMS occurrences cannot be estimated,” says Sven Petersen of GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany. [...]
High Grades in the Deep Sea

High Grades in the Deep Sea

While seafloor massive sulphide deposits (SMS) provide a potential resource of base metals including copper and zinc, as well as more critical metals [...]
The Need for a Multiphysics Approach

The Need for a Multiphysics Approach

Seafloor Massive Sulphides (SMS) are one type of deep-sea mineral deposit currently being explored for as they often have high concentrations of metal [...]
Deep Sea Exploitation is Around the Corner

Deep Sea Exploitation is Around the Corner

The previously announced business combination between Deep Green Metals and Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corporation (SOAC) to create TMC Inc [...]
Billions of Tonnes

Billions of Tonnes

Ferromanganese crusts (also referred to as Fe-Mn crusts, manganese crusts, cobalt-rich crusts, polymetallic crusts) are essentially two-dimensional de [...]
“The Deep Sea is the only Alternative”

“The Deep Sea is the only Alternative”

“We desperately need substantial amounts of manganese, nickel, cobalt and copper to build electric cars and power plants,” says Hans Smit to The Guard [...]
Secretary General Opens Mining Conference

Secretary General Opens Mining Conference

Michael W. Lodge, Secretary General of the International Seabed Authority (ISA), has kindly accepted the invitation to open the conference NCS Explora [...]
The next Frontier: Metals in the Deep Sea

The next Frontier: Metals in the Deep Sea

The conference NCS Exploration – Deep Sea Minerals is being held on October 20-21, and early bird tickets are now available. [...]
Major step forward for Loke Marine Minerals

Major step forward for Loke Marine Minerals

Following the completion of NOK 115 million private placement of equity in Loke Marine Minerals, three industrial investors – TechnipFMC, Wilh. Wilhel [...]
Electrifying society requires critical minerals

Electrifying society requires critical minerals

According to information given by mineralsindepth.org, an electric vehicle with a 75KWh battery needs 56 kg of nickel, 12 kg of manganese, 7 kg of cob [...]
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