About Copperstone Resources

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Mineral Exploration and Green Mining is our calling

Who are we? Copperstone Resources AB is a base and precious metals exploration company that was founded in 2006 and is listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market. We have a long history in mineral exploration and are actively searching for a Cu porphyry style mineralisation in northern Sweden within the Arvidsjaur Kommun at our Copperstone Project. In 2019, we added Viscaria Copper project to our portfolio that today an amazing 724,000 tons of copper as measured, indicated and inferred resources 100% owned through subsidiaries. All according to PERC 2017 and JORC 2012.

This is Copperstone Resources AB

  • Base and precious metals exploration company founded in 2006
  • Listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market
  • Search for Cu porphyry style mineralisation in Arvidsjaur Kommun (114,000 tons of inferred resource as of today) and plans a re-opening of the Viscaria Copper Mine (609,000 tons of measured, indicated and inferred resource as of today). All according to PERC 2017 and JORC 2012.

Strategy

Copperstone Resources strategy is to systematically and innovatively explore for mineral resources, based on the assets and extensive geological database that the company owns. The company is currently both focused on developing the Viscaria Copper Project into a copper mine producing 20,000-25,000 tons of copper concentrate per year; as well as the Copperstone project in Arvidsjaur Kommun, a potentially very significant tonnage of base and precious metals hydrothermal type deposit.

Nordic Iron Ore

Copperstone holds a significant interest in Nordic Iron Ore AB (”NIO”); a convertible bond at nominal value 7.1 MSEK, maturing at June 2020, with an annual interest of 5.5% per year. NIO is an advanced pre-mining premium grade iron ore project in Ludvika, Sweden. All relevant permissions are in place and the planned logistical solution to harbour facilities at Oxelösund is considered favourable.

The Copperstone Project

Arvidsjaur Kommun, Sweden