Subsea Mining Stocks

Subsea Mining Company Stocks

As interest in deep sea mining builds, it is becoming increasingly easy to invest or buy stocks in subsea mining companies. The following companies are available for investment on public markets:

Please contact us if you are interested in an investment or private placement in a private subsea mining company.

The Metals Company is a publicly traded deep sea mining company. It has a joint venture with Allseas to provide offshore equipment and expertise, and holds licenses in the Clarion-Clipperton Zone via the NORI and TOML joint ventures. It trades on the NASDAQ under the stock ticker "TMC":

Odyssey Marine is an Americaa deepwater exploration company. They originally started by discovering shipwrecks, including the civil war-era "SS Republic", and the Spanish frigate "Nuestra SeƱora de las Mercedes". In 2009 they began to diversify from shipwreck exploration into deep sea minerals. Odyssey Marine has a 13% interest in OML and owns 14.5% of CIC as of 2023.

Odyssey Marine is listed on the NASDAQ under the stock ticker 'OMEX':

Transocean is primarily in the business of operating deep sea oil and gas drilling rigs. It operates around 37 mobile offshore drilling units. However, Transcoean also has partnerships with a number of subsea mining and deep sea mining companies to provide equipment, technology and expertise.

Transocean is listed on the NYSE under the stock ticker 'RIG':

Green Minerals is a pure play marine minerals company with a vision of creating a marine minerals value chain through partners and affiliations, where they explore and operates the licenses. Green Minerals believes that they are well position for getting a licence award in Norway when the government announces the first licensing round, and the company has an MoU with a current license holder in Clarion-Clipperton Zone.

Green Minerals is listed on Euronext Growth under the stock ticker 'GEM'

Evaluating Opportunities

Deep Sea Mining is a complex industry that has significant capital requirements, technical needs, and operational constraints. It is important to understand these when evaluating opportunities, and we've put together the following articles to help you understand the operational aspects:

Phillip Gales is a serial entrepreneur who has built tech companies in various heavy industries including Oil & Gas, Construction, Real Estate and Supply Chain Logistics.

Phillip holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and an MEng in Electrical Engineering from the University of Cambridge, specialising in Machine Intelligence.