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Bluejay makes further progress on Dundas permitting

By BFN News | 09:30 AM | Tuesday 14 November, 2017

Bluejay Mining has reported continued progression on permitting developments for the Dundas ilmenite project in Greenland. It said it had successfully finalised the terms of reference for both the environmental and social impact assessments and these were now earmarked for completion in Q1 2018 ahead of commencing production later in the year. Bluejay said it had completed a White Paper, which encompassed the stakeholder consultation response period and that all documents had been accepted and approved by the Greenland government and the relevant licensing bodies. It also said it had received a high degree of support from all stakeholders - highlighted during the process of public consultation and engagement. Chief executive Roderick McIllree said: 'Continued progression through the permitting system marks another key achievement for our Dundas ilmenite project as we continue to execute on our defined development strategy to build a robust and long life mineral project. 'With strong stakeholder and government support received to date, we can now advance into the final stages of project permitting, which together with ongoing feasibility studies, will culminate in an application for exploitation early next year.' At 9:30am: (LON:JAY) Bluejay Mining Plc share price was +0.88p at 24.63p Story provided by

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