Beowulf Mining plc engages in the acquisition, exploration, evaluation, and development of natural resource assets in Sweden, Finland, and Kosovo. The company explores for iron ore, base precious metals, lead, zinc, gold, copper, silver, graphite, and other mineral properties. Its projects include the Kallak magnetite iron ore deposit consist of 500 hectares located in Norrbotten County, Northern Sweden; Atvidaberg license that comprises 12,533 hectares, which cover an area of 225 square kilometers situated in the Bergslagen area, southern Sweden; Pitkajarvi and Aitolampi graphite prospects covers an area of 407.45 hectares, which are located in Eastern Finland; Raapysjarvi exploration permit, which is a 716.25-hectare exploration area located in the municipality of Tuusniemi in Eastern Finland; Karhunmaki project, which located in Lapua municipality within the Southern Ostrobothnia region in Western Finland; Mitrovica project, which is located in northern Kosovo; and Viti project that is located in south-eastern Kosovo. The company was formerly known as Beowulf Gold PLC and changed its name to Beowulf Mining plc in March 2005. Beowulf Mining plc was incorporated in 1988 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.