Nautilus Minerals officially sinks, shares still trading Mining.com | Amanda Stutt | 26 November 2019 Nautilus Minerals, one of the world’s first seafloor miners, officially went bankrupt this week, its court-appointed monitor, Price Waterhouse Cooper reported. Nautilus filed for prot
Nautilus emerges, barely alive and impotent: just can’t get that deep sea mining project up In a court appointed meeting today in Canada the creditors of Nautilus Minerals voted to effectively liquidate the company. The two main shareholders – MB Holding and Metalloinvest
‘Urban mining’ can save the deep seabed from exploitation Improved recycling and a circular economy negates the need for costly and damaging mining of the deep seabed Natalie Lowrey, Dr Helen RosenbaumChina Dialogue, July 29, 2019 The world’s first deep-sea mining project to be g
A new report exposes start-up companies driving a speculative rush for seabed minerals in an unholy alliance with the very UN body charged with regulating them, the International Seabed Authority (ISA).
WHY THE RUSH FOR SEABED MINING: INTRIGUE, COLLUSION AND INTERESTING BEDFELLOWS MEDIA RELEASE | Wednesday 17 July 2019 Start-up companies are driving a speculative rush for seabed minerals in an unholy alliance with the very UN body charged with regulating them, the International Seabe
MEDIA RELEASE Tueday 11 December, 2018 PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Nautilus’ aspirations to be the world’s first deep sea miner sink to the bottom of the ocean on news that the project support vessel critical to the development of Nautilus’ deep sea mining project in Papua New Gui