Northgold is advancing two resource-stage gold projects in the Middle Ostrobothnia Gold Belt (MOGB) in Central Finland, which also host numerous earlier stage drilled and un-drilled gold prospects. The region has a history of base metals mining and is now also emerging as a gold district. Both project sites are accessible by road, with good local infrastructure, including rail, ports and local ore processing facilities operated by others.

Company Mineral Resources

Ostrobothnia: Geological Setting is Rich but Under-Invested

Exploration focus and investment has resulted in multiple major discoveries in Sweden’s “Gold Line” and VMS trend.

Similar concentrations of mineral deposits should occur along the Raahe-Ladoga shear zone of Finland given that it sits within the same Svecofennian orogen, abutting the Karelian craton.

Orogenic gold deposits are prevalent in the Svecofennian domain:

  • These fertile host rocks have been mineralised during multiple events
  • Precious metals such as gold get remobilised into favourable geological structures such as those in the Raahe-Ladoga trend



Learn more


Kiimala Trend

Learn more

Stay updated