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Beowulf (still) seeks Swedish iron ore concession

AIM-listed junior Beowulf Mining has submitted a statement for the Kallak North iron ore project to the Swedish government, as part of a judicial review into whether the company should be awarded the concession or not. Management expressed its frustration at the continuing delay, and insisted the project would not negatively impact local reindeer herding communities.

 Concerns over the impact of the mine on local reindeer herding communities may have played a role in the delay to Beowulf's hoped-for concession, although the company says herding will not be impacted

Concerns over the impact of the mine on local reindeer herding communities may have played a role in the delay to Beowulf's hoped-for concession, although the company says herding will not be impacted

Beowulf hopes to produce up to 250 million tonnes at Kallak, a magnetite iron ore deposit about 40km west of Kokkmokk municipality centre in Norrbotten county in northern Sweden. The deposit was discovered...

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