Deep insight of deep minerals

Advancing exploration of deep sea minerals

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Powering the
energy transition
with minerals



Adepth is currently collaborating with 6 different research institutions and a number of industrial organisations on frontier research and technology challenges


Adepth employees have experience from 40 + deep water operations globally


Adepth employees have experience from 12 different research expeditions, totalling more than 400 operational days on the Mohns and Knipovich Ridge,

Deep insight

Providing traceable and responsible minerals

Adepth is collaborating with universities, government bodies, and industrial partners to develop sustainable methods for exploring and extracting deep sea minerals.

Geo map of deep sea mineral areas.


Adepth explore deep sea minerals while minimising the impact on marine habitats. Adepth excels in developing and operating cutting-edge equipment for the exploration toolbox used for better understanding of the environment and the potential resources.

Value chain of exploration and extraction of deep sea minerals


Adepth aims to sustainably extract deep sea minerals using innovative technology and advanced data analytics for prospect analysis and risk assessment. Adepth will only extract deep sea minerals if it can be done with a low environmental footprint and within a sound and robust financial framework.

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deep insight

Why minerals?

Minerals are vital for the renewable energy system as the amount required for the energy transition is much greater than that needed for the fossil fuel system.

Copper (Cu)

Copper is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity, widely used in electrical wiring, plumbing, and industrial applications.

Zink (Zn)

Zink is used in the production of alloys, such as brass, as well as in the manufacturing of batteries, coatings, and plastics.

Cobalt (Co)

Cobalt, a magnetic and ductile metal, is mainly used for making superalloys, rechargeable batteries, and magnetic materials.