Norway survey reveals seabed sulphide mineral deposits
OSLO, Sept 11 (Reuters) - Norway's Petroleum Directorate has
identified previously unknown deep sea sulphide mineral
deposits, which may include metals such as copper, zinc, cobalt,
nickel, vanadium, wolfram and silver, it said on Tuesday.
The minerals were discovered in the western part of the
Norwegian Sea at ocean depths of up to 3,500 metres (2.17
miles), the NPD added.
The discovery was made during the NPD's first mineral
(Reporting by Terje Solsvik, editing by Gwladys Fouche)
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