Hudson proves potential to produce specialty alumina from Greenland anorthosite

By Antonio Torrisi
Published: Tuesday, 16 December 2014

The successful results from the laboratory testwork on the company’s White Mountain anorthosite ore, which demonstrated the company’s ability to produce specialty grade alumina, enable Hudson to become a potential low cost supplier to the global fibreglass market, which is steadily growing in Western and developing economies.

Canada-based Hudson Resources has demonstrated the possibility of producing calcined alumina from its White Mountain calcium feldspar anorthosite deposit in Greenland.

White Mountain anorthosite
Hudson expects to receive exploitation permits for its White Mountain anorthosite project in Greenland by first half of 2015 (Source: Hudson Resources).

James Tuer, Hudson’s president, said that despite...

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