Being a lean and efficient organization, we are building partnerships with leading participants in our industry to be positioned for the upcoming licensing round. We partner only with acknowledged competencies in each field, bringing excellence in our operations and enhanced knowledge back to us.
Our parent company Seabird is an important partner in providing overall support to Green Minerals and being a center of competency in all matters geological and geophysical.
In March 23rd 2021, the company announced a LOI with a consortium, Oil States Industries (UK) Ltd, to collaborate on a FEED study for a turnkey Harsh Environment Deep Sea Mining System for exclusive use in Norwegian waters.
We cooperate with academia and are working on several studies organized under two main areas: exploration and production systems. On April 14th 2021, the company announced an agreement with the University of Southampton and National Oceanography Centre regarding the Project Ultra. The company will sponsor and supervise 2 PhD programs as part of the project.
As members of the Norwegian Forum and the Deep Sea Mining Alliance for Marine Minerals, Green Minerals will be a proactively contributing member of the marine minerals industry.
Partnering with the large funding programs in EU and Norway targeted at the green shift is a key element in our defined pathway to license awards.
Partnerships with mining will be named at a later date