IRON ORE: Champion arranges off-take, financing with Glencore for Bloom Lake

QUEBEC – Montreal’s Champion Iron has secured conditional financing of $31 million from Glencore International for its Bloom Lake iron ore mine […]
The processing plant at Bloom Lake where iron ore mining is expected to resume. (Credit: Champion Iron)
[caption id="attachment_1003719784" align="aligncenter" width="476"] The processing plant at Bloom Lake where iron ore mining is expected to resume. (Credit: Champion Iron)[/caption] QUEBEC – Montreal’s Champion Iron has secured conditional financing of $31 million from Glencore International for its Bloom Lake iron ore mine reopening. As part of the deal, Champion and Glencore will enter into an off-take agreement with fixed terms for 10 years. As a result of this agreement, Champion is reducing the amount of its previously announced public offering to $20 million from $50 million. The Bloom Lake mine will be operated by Champion subsidiary Quebec Iron Ore. QIO has arranged a conditional financing of $220 million toward reopening. The property lies 13 km north of Fermont and 10 km north of the Mount Wright iron ore mine. Watch the Bloom Lake video at www.ChampionIron.com.

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