LYKOS Metals Limited

Exploring for Metals on the doorstep of the EU

Lykos Metals Limited owns 100% of each of the Doboj Project, Jezero Project, Sočkovac Project, Sinjakovo Project, and the Čajnice Project, located in Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina. The projects have a history of high-grade mineral discovery and extraction and are prospective for nickel, copper, cobalt, and precious metals.

The projects were explored sporadically during the Yugoslav regime in the mid-20th century, but have never been subjected to systematic modern exploration.

The company’s board and management team have a track record of recent success and key relationships in the Balkans, backed up by extensive technical, corporate, and legal experience.

Bosnia and Herzegovina shares a land border with, and is an accession state to, the European Union. It boasts a rich mining history, a pro-mining environment, and a highly skilled workforce together with extensive existing infrastructure.

Lykos has formulated a two-year technical work program to include a systematic ground work program, geophysical surveys, and drilling.


Years in business



The Balkans

One of the world’s oldest mining areas!

Modern era mining

In the modern era, bauxite, iron and lead-zinc ores are mined in Bosnia&Herzegovina along with coke, lignite and sub-bituminous coal for the production of electricity.

Mineral wealth

Barite, manganese, graphite and magnesite have also been produced in small quantities in the past.

Base metals

The region is also host to important base metal (and silver), copper-gold, chromitite-nickel (+PGE), bauxite and iron deposits.


Number of deposits and mineral occurrences remain largely unexploited and under-explored.

The Alpine-Balkan-Carpathian-Dinaride Belt is considered one of the world’s oldest mining areas and played an important role in the history of European civilizations, from prior to the peak of the Greek and Roman civilization to the present day

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