The Lapland Project comprises a highly prospective, unexplored, potential new mineral province located ~130kms east of Kiruna in northern Sweden, near the Finnish border. The exploration targets have high ore potential and the project is located outside of Natura 2000 conservation areas.

The Lapland Project covers a significant portion of the most conspicuous anomaly in Swedish geophysical data, the large positive gravity anomaly (40-50mgal) referred to as the Muonionalusta Gravity High (MGH). Geophysical interpretation by independent consultants suggests the MGH is related to a major deep-seated mafic intrusive complex.

Economic mineralisation could potentially include: massive to disseminated Cu-Ni-PGE, stratiform Cr, reef style PGE, Fe-Ti-V deposits, hydrothermal Au-Cu, IOCG mineralisation and REE mineralisation within pegmatites.

Field visits have been completed, magnetic data collated and a new structural interpretation of the geology completed. The next phase of exploration will comprise electromagnetic (air and ground) surveys and field verification prior to drill testing conductive targets.