Nordic Quartz completes first Nesodden project drill hole

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 16 September 2015

The presence of massive quartz is likely to simplify processing and mining considerations at Nordic’s Nesodden deposit, with much of the project’s volume consisting of 90% quartz material.

Nordic Quartz AS, a subsidiary of Oslo, Norway-headquartered Nordic Mining ASA, has completed the first drill hole at its Nesodden deposit in Kvinnherad, western Norway, revealing a 30 metre intersection of massive quartz.

The Oslo Axess-listed company began its drilling campaign at the start of September and hopes to complete six...

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