Prepared for mining in the almost perpetual ice

Bathymetric surveys and baseline investigations in Greenland

The Malmbjerg in Greenland is well-protected: Situated in one of the world’s most remote areas, shielded by two massive glaciers, it is surely one of the more inaccessible places on earth. However, the Malmbjerg also harbours a massive molybdenum deposit, making it attractive to mining companies. Therefore, and despite the harsh conditions, DHI went out there to collect the required information for obtaining a mining permit.