This website has been created to provide general information, solely for the reader’s general knowledge, about Beowulf Mining plc, its subsidiaries, properties and activities, as well as the countries it operates in (hereafter “Beowulf Mining” or the “Company”).
Although Beowulf Mining believes that the information included in this website is accurate and current, such information is not intended to be a comprehensive review of all matters and developments concerning the Company and Beowulf Mining does not warrant or make any representations or claims as to the authenticity, validity, accuracy, completeness or currency of the information provided in this site.
Moreover, Beowulf Mining, its directors and officers assume no responsibility for the information or representations contained in this website and shall not be liable or responsible for any claim or damage, direct or indirect, arising out of the interpretation, reliance upon or other use of the information provided herein.
Furthermore, the information in no way should be construed or interpreted as – or as a part of – an offering or solicitation of securities. No regulatory authority in the UK, Sweden or in any other country or jurisdiction has in any way approved or endorsed this information and no representation or warranty is made by Beowulf Mining to that effect.
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Beowulf Mining has taken steps to prevent the unauthorised alteration of the information contained on this website but takes no responsibility for information on this site that has been altered without its express consent. If you have questions, comments or concerns, please use the Contact us page.
Certain statements included in this website constitute “forward-looking statements” which involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may affect the results, performance or achievements of Beowulf Mining.
Mineral exploration and, ultimately, the development of mineral deposits are activities subject to significant risks. The probability of success for any given exploration programme cannot be predicted with any degree of certainty. It is impossible to know whether the current exploration programmes of Beowulf Mining will ultimately result in a profitable, commercial mining operation.
The ultimate economic value of a discovery and the decision to bring a project into production are based on a number of factors including the attributes of the mineral deposit, market conditions, mining costs, availability of financing, confirmation of land title, environmental considerations, mining permits and political conditions. At any point in time throughout the exploration and evaluation process, results and external conditions can adversely affect its progress and outcome.
Investment in an exploration venture is highly speculative. Although there are examples in the industry showing that the returns on such investment can be proportionate to the investment risk, there is no guarantee that any current or future activities of Beowulf Mining will ultimately lead to similar returns for its shareholders.