The Company has commissioned it’s maiden NI 43-101 resource report. We expect that this report will be ready by the mid to late April timeframe.
Robert McAllister, President and CEO, commented ” We are very pleased to commission consultants Peek Consulting Inc. to undertake this work, given their extensive mineral expertise and current experience in the Lithium industry and specifically Clayton Valley, NV. With this engagement Enertopia will be able to disclose to the marketplace the size and grade of the Company’s lithium deposit at Clayton Valley, Nevada. We are taking steps to fast-track the development with our plan to resume leach testing by putting the lithium enriched claystone into solution, which allows us to create a purer lithium brine solution for further processing using Ion exchange (IX) resins.”
As well, we continue to explore strategic business opportunities and are engaged in progressing talks with respect to such joint ventures & strategic alliances in the clean energy marketplace. We will provide further details as discussions warrant.
A Company focused on using advanced sustainable technology for extracting lithium, and verifying or sourcing other emerging intellectual property in the EV & Green Technology sectors in order to build shareholder value.
Enertopia shares are quoted in the United States under ticker symbol ENRT. For additional information, please visit www.enertopia.com or call Robert McAllister, the President at 1.250.870.2219
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