We’re a mineral exploration and development company, supported by US investment. We’ve been working on the Curraghinalt polymetallic deposit in West Tyrone, Northern Ireland, since late 2009. We’ve done a lot in that time.

Since 2009, we’ve explored for a broad range of minerals in Northern Ireland including precious metals, base metals, critical minerals, and rare earths.

We’ve explored the area to understand the size and quality of the deposit, carried out engineering studies to gauge what is required to get it out, and economic studies to see how much it will cost.

We have also carried out extensive environmental studies to understand the local conditions and inform our plans to minimise our impact. These studies form the basis of our environmental monitoring programme, which will continue throughout the life of the mine and after its closure.

Our name invokes the Dalradian Supergroup, a geological structure that stretches from the Atlantic Coast of Donegal to the east coast of Scotland. The Sperrins is an outcrop of this supergroup, as are the Grampian Mountains in the Scottish Highlands. The geologists who first identified this structure in the 19th century adapted the name from a medieval Gaelic kingdom that once straddled the North Passage – Dál Riata.

Our team combines the local knowledge of geologists, environmental scientists, administrators and community workers from Northern Ireland with mine engineering and finance experience from the United States and Canada.

 

Contact:

3 Killybrack Road 
Killybrack Business Park 
Omagh, BT79 7DG 
Northern Ireland 

 

Phone: +44 (0) 2882 246289 

Website: www.dalradian.com