Green Energy: The Smart Investment of 2023

Investors are focusing on the green-energy revolution in 2023 as the world seeks to attain net-zero.

And they’re doing so by investing — early on — in select small-cap mineral exploration companies that are set to be the next suppliers of the green-energy sources the world needs most in the clean-energy transition. 

To that end, Atco Mining Inc. (CSE: ATCM)(OTC: ATMGF), currently trading undiscovered around C$0.17 per share, is advancing a robust portfolio of seven 100%-owned salt projects — spanning a combined 200-plus sq km — in Newfoundland’s St. Georges Bay Basin, Canada. 

Atco Mining Inc. (CSE: ATCM)(OTC: ATMGF), currently trading undiscovered around C$0.17 per share, is advancing a robust portfolio of seven 100%-owned salt projects

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But why salt deposits you might ask?

The answer has to do with green hydrogen, which has been gaining a TON of attention of late as a clean burning fuel that industry analysts believe could supply up to 25% of the world’s energy needs by 2050.  

Green hydrogen — which emits only water when burned — is produced by splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen using renewables such as wind-generated electricity.

Uses include everything from fueling automobiles, buses, trains, and ships to electricity generation for the heating and cooling of homes and buildings.

Now here’s the kicker: the rise in green hydrogen is also creating opportunities in the small-cap mining space for companies with the right type of salt deposits.

Salt Domes: The Next BIG Green-Energy Investment

That’s because green hydrogen — while critical to combating climate change worldwide — is both tricky and expensive to store.

A key solution is green hydrogen storage in giant underground salt domes where the gas can be kept under pressure until needed for use, transport, or export. 

These massive geologic formations, while truly something to behold in nature, are extraordinarily difficult to unearth.

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Bringing you quickly up to date… recent 3D modeling suggests multiple salt dome structures may be present on Atco Mining’s acreage at a depth as shallow as 300 to 400 meters below surface and extending up to 1,600 meters below surface. 

We recently interviewed Atco Mining director and professional geologist Neil McCallum. He says:

And what we've got on our project in Newfoundland is targets that look like they could be large salt structures based on some of the old work that we've compiled. And there are some other salt structures that have been defined by drilling around us. And we're looking to provide that kind of a solution to what could be one of the largest hydrogen producing areas that could be coming within the next two to three years in Newfoundland.

And there’s more. The Atco Mining team is simultaneously advancing a very intriguing gold-copper exploration project in yet another tier-one mining jurisdiction in Canada.

With a potential early-mover advantage in a proven salt district, plus early-stage gold-copper exploration exposure, now’s a perfect time to commence your own due diligence on Atco Mining as it advances no less than seven 100%-owned salt projects in Newfoundland, Canada — all at a current sub-C$6 million market cap. 

An excellent place to start is Atco’s corporate website where you can learn more about the properties and the team, view the 2023 corporate presentation, and sign up to receive updates directly from the company’s IR department. 

Atco Mining Inc. trades on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol ATCM and on the US OTC Bulletin Board Exchange under the symbol ATMGF

For additional information on Vancouver-based Atco Mining, be sure to call the company’s IR department at 604-512-5624 or contact them via email at


Mike Fagan

Mike Fagan
Editor, Resource Stock Digest