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DeepGreen derives base metals from deep-sea nodules

Canadian company has success in lab with processing seafloor polymetallic nodules

DeepGreen said it would perform confirmatory tests using 100+ tonnes of nodules, in early 2020, to enable design of a commercial plant

DeepGreen said it would perform confirmatory tests using 100+ tonnes of nodules, in early 2020, to enable design of a commercial plant

The nodules were sourced during a recent expedition to the Clarion-Clipperton Zone (CCZ) of the Pacific Ocean. At a depth of four to five miles (6-8km), the fracture zone is home to polymetallic nodules...

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