Shale Metals Projects
DNI Metals Inc. is exploring metal enriched black shales over its 2,720 km2 northeast Alberta land position to delineate bulk mineable mineral resources as a long term source to Base Metals, Uranium, Specialty Metals and Rare Earth Elements which are recoverable by heap leaching.
DNI has identified six polymetallic zones on the Property, and has advanced one of these, the Buckton Zone, through a Preliminary Economic Assessment Study reporting positive economics for the 4.5 billion tonne Buckton mineable mineral resource extending over 21.9 km2 containing Ni-U-Zn-Cu-Co-REE-Y.
DNI has also delineated a 548 million short ton maiden inferred resource extending over a 3.3 km2 portion of another of its six zones. DNI is evaluating the potential of its polymetallic black shales as a long term source of
Molybdenum, Nickel, Uranium, Vanadium, Zinc, Copper, Cobalt, Specialty Metals (Scandium, Lithium and Thorium) and Rare Earth
Bay Lowlands, Ontario, Canada
DNI Metals Inc. also holds one of the most prospective land positions in the Attawapiskat,
Ontario. DNI's holdings are strategically situated
adjacent to DeBeers'
Victor Diamond Mine, and
in the same structural corridor.