Iron Ore Supply Disruptions Create Market Opportunities, Black Iron Inc. (TSX: BKI) (OTC: BKIRF) (GR: BIN) Expects Major Developments in 2019

The latest industry developments and production slowdowns have contributed to upward iron ore price pressures As of March 2019, the price of iron ore has registered one of its highest levels in almost a year Iron ore production companies like Black Iron Inc. are positioned to benefit from the opportunities created by the high prices and the latest market dynamics Black Iron expects to sell the premium iron pellet feed it will extract from the Shymanivske Project at rates exceeding the benchmark iron ore price in the coming years

Production disruptions in Brazil and other market dynamics have contributed to surging iron ore prices (http://nnw.fm/of10L). According to the Commonwealth Bank, iron ore prices could be heading back to $100 a ton, a level that has not been reported since 2014.

Since November 2018, iron ore prices have increased by nearly 40 percent. The Vale-BHP Brumadinho Corrego do Feijao mine accident in Brazil contributed to the complete halting of 11 operations by Vale (NYSE: VALE), the world’s largest iron ore miner, as per…

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The technical and scientific contents of this article have been reviewed and approved by Matt Simpson, P.Eng., CEO of Black Iron, who is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101.

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