The company Nussir ASA seeks to extract 50 000 tonnes of Copper ore annually through sub-surface mining at two deposits located at Nussir and Ulveryggen in the inner part of the Reppardjford. Together providing the largest known copper deposits in Norway at 74 million tonnes of copper ore. Prior mining has taken place at Ulveryggen which the company seeks to reopen, as well as opening a new shaft at Nussir. Both shafts, as well as all current and new buildings, roads, equipment and activities will take place on Sámi reindeer herding land. The terrestrial area is grazing and calving land for district 22 Fiettar and the Ulveryggen shaft blocks the migration path between summer and winter pastures for district 20 Fálá.