Resource Exploration Begins Here

With Pallas Minerals, your resource exploration journey starts here. Specializing in Copper, Palladium, Gold and Lithium.


Exploration in Sweden

Pallas Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian based company with a wholly-owned subsidiary, Pallas Metals AB, located in Sweden.


Exploration & Discovery- Bottenbäcken

Seasoned geologists and mining industry specialists with experience and regional knowledge in Scandinavia have teamed together to find mineral deposits of Copper, Palladium and Gold on over 12,000 hectares of land in the Bottenbäcken area of Sweden.

Global demand for these resources has continued to rise as the race to reduce global warming requires transition from fossil fuels to alternative power sources including electric. To produce these electric power sources raw minerals are required.

Historical drill results and geological work dating back to 1972 provides significant data for future and current drill programs. Our current drill program continues to progress and is in the process of defining indicated and inferred resources at various sites.

Surface rights for exploration are finalized with all required drill permitting completed.


Exploration & Discovery- Orrvik

The demand for clean energy products continues to increase across the globe and to power these products high-grade lithium-ion batteries are required. To keep up with this demand, increased exploration and development is needed to support the growth in accessibility for

Our team has begun exploration of an easily accessible, high quality lithium target at a shallow depth. Preliminary results have been encouraging with sampling returning lithium mineralization along with elevated levels of rubidium and cesium.

The Orrvik project is strategically positioned relative to the burgeoning European lithium market and highly prospective for spodumene-bearing, LCT-pegmatite type lithium mineralization.


Name Origin

Pallas is the name of the second asteriod ever discovered. German astronomer Wilhem Oblers discovered it in 1802 and named it after Pallas Athena, the greek goddess of wisdom.

William Hyde Wollaston discovered an unknown metal in his experiments with platinum in the early 1800’s. When he published his findings in 1805, this unknown metal was given the name Palladium after the Pallas asteroid.

Pallas Minerals Ltd. and its subsidiary Pallas Metals AB names originate from these discoveries. Palladium is one of the primary minerals found in our exploration of the Bottenbäcken area.

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