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Bluejay Mining plc, the AIM, FSE listed and OTCQB traded exploration and development company with projects in Greenland and Finland, is pleased to announce the important publication of the Electronic Nautical Charts (‘ENCs’) by the Danish Geodata Agency (‘DK 4ENC’s’) which covers the key seaward approach and coastal waters for the Dundas Ilmenite Project.
The Danish Geodata Agency “Geodatastyrelsen” who are responsible for the production of official nautical charts in Greenland, have produced and released digitally, five official DK 4ENC’s covering the seaward approach and coastal waters for its subsidiary Dundas Titanium A/S’ Dundas Ilmenite Project. The charts are based on detailed bathymetry acquired by Dundas Titanium A/S and historical lower resolution bathymetry. The digital ENCs are now commercially available for navigational purposes through the IC-ENC distribution-network. These charts provide important navigational and bathymetric data which will be utilised during both the construction period as well as the production phase at Dundas. This update of the ENC’s constitutes a key dataset for the future safe shipping operations.
Hans Jensen, Managing Director Dundas Titanium A/S said: “We have been extremely pleased with the collaboration and cooperation with the team at the Danish Geodata Agency who have produced the charts. When Dundas Titanium A/S, a Bluejay Mining plc subsidiary, shipped its bulk sample to Canada in September 2019, it had to rely on lower quality analogue charts. The production and release of these updated nautical charts for the approach and near-costal water towards the future Dundas mine area is a prerequisite for future safe shipping operations and enables us to advance discussions with potential bulk-carrier companies regarding the transport of our products from our mine area in North-West Greenland.”