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Millions Of Jobs At Risk As Europe Faces Magnesium Shortage

Millions Of Jobs At Risk As Europe Faces Magnesium Shortage

Europe purchases 95% of its magnesium from China, will run out of the industrial…



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Millions Of Jobs At Risk As Europe Faces Magnesium Shortage

Europe purchases 95% of its magnesium from China, will run out of the industrial metal used to strengthen aluminum by the end of November that could threaten millions of jobs in sectors from automobiles to aerospace to defense and much more, according to Bloomberg

Three trade groups, including European Aluminium, Eurometaux, and industriAll, warn shipments from China are dwindling quick due to power cuts to energy-intensive magnesium smelters. They said if reserves of the industrial metal aren’t increased in the near term, it may result in trade production shortages, factory closures, and job losses. 

“Supply of magnesium originating from China has either been halted or reduced drastically since September 2021, resulting in an international supply crisis of unprecedented magnitude,” the trade groups said. They urged Brussels “to urgently work toward immediate actions with their Chinese counterparties to mitigate the short-term, critical shortage issue, as well as the longer-term supply effects on European industries.”

Magnesium, which is used extensively in the aerospace industry, is a metal for producing aluminum alloys in the automotive industry and could compound issues for European carmakers already dealing with crippling chip shortages

Morgan Stanley’s Amy Sergeant and Ioannis Masvoulas told clients last week that Europe stands out as the most exposed region to magnesium shortfalls from China. They said Europe shuttered its last magnesium smelter in 2001. This means that there’s no way for Europe to domestically increase magnesium supplies and hinges all on China’s output. 

Days ago, Barclays analyst Amos Fletcher warned clients, “there are no substitutes for magnesium in aluminum sheet and billet production.” He said if “magnesium supply stops,” the entire auto industry will grind to a halt. 

European Aluminium, whose members include Norsk Hydro, Rio Tinto, and Alcoa, said, “the current magnesium supply shortage is a clear example of the risk the EU is taking by making its domestic economy dependent on Chinese imports. The EU’s industrial metals strategy must be strengthened.” 

Morgan Stanley warns: “Should magnesium shortages persist through to 2022, there is a growing risk of downstream demand destruction as smelters may be unable to produce specific aluminum alloys for the automotive, building, and packaging sectors. In that scenario, we could see a shift towards commodity-grade standard ingot.” 

The unintended consequences of European officials deciding decades ago to rely entirely on China for magnesium could spell disaster for millions of jobs if reserves aren’t replenished soon. 

Tyler Durden
Mon, 10/25/2021 – 02:45

Author: Tyler Durden

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Filings Buzz in the Mining Industry: 72% Jump in Big Data Mentions in Q2 of 2021

Mentions of big data within the filings of companies in the mining industry rose 72% between the first and second quarter of 2021…

Mentions of big data within the filings of companies in the mining industry rose 72% between the first and second quarters of 2021.

In total, the frequency of sentences related to big data between July 2020 and June 2021 was 150% higher than in 2016 when GlobalData, from whom our data for this article is taken, first began to track the key issues referred to in company filings.


When companies in the mining industry publish annual and quarterly reports, ESG reports and other filings, GlobalData analyses the text and identifies individual sentences that relate to disruptive forces facing companies in the coming years. Big data is one of these topics – companies that excel and invest in these areas are thought to be better prepared for the future business landscape and better equipped to survive unforeseen challenges.

To assess whether big data is featuring more in the summaries and strategies of companies in the mining industry, two measures were calculated. Firstly, we looked at the percentage of companies which have mentioned big data at least once in filings during the past twelve months – this was 58% compared to 31% in 2016. Secondly, we calculated the percentage of total analysed sentences that referred to big data.

Of the 50 biggest employers in the mining industry, China Steel Corp was the company which referred to big data the most between July 2020 and June 2021. GlobalData identified 23 big data-related sentences in the Taiwan-based company’s filings – 0.4% of all sentences. Tata Steel Ltd mentioned big data the second most – the issue was also referred to in 0.4% of sentences in the company’s filings. Other top employers with high big data mentions included Caterpillar Inc, MMC Norilsk Nickel, and KGHM Polska Miedz SA.

Across all companies in the mining industry the filing published in the second quarter of 2021 which exhibited the greatest focus on big data came from Tata Steel Ltd. Of the document’s 5,755 sentences, 24 (0.4%) referred to big data.

This analysis provides an approximate indication of which companies are focusing on big data and how important the issue is considered within the mining industry, but it also has limitations and should be interpreted carefully. For example, a company mentioning big data more regularly is not necessarily proof that they are utilising new techniques or prioritising the issue, nor does it indicate whether the company’s ventures into big data have been successes or failures.

GlobalData also categorises big data mentions by a series of subthemes. Of these subthemes, the most commonly referred to topic in the second quarter of 2021 was ‘data analytics’, which made up 70% of all big data subtheme mentions by companies in the mining industry.


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Best Mining Stocks to Watch Before 2022

Will these mining stocks increase this month? The COVID-19 issue caused many…
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Will these mining stocks increase this month?

The COVID-19 issue caused many mining stocks to set new highs in 2020. Supply chain difficulties and shortages impacted the price of gold stocks in 2021. Now, investors are asking how gold will fare in 2022. Metals and materials prices soared as the economy tanked. The fundamental reason for the rally was increased demand and increased scarcity. When most people think of mining stocks, they think of gold and silver stocks. Last year, both of these assets achieved new highs.

So you might be wondering where things stand now in 2021. At the very beginning, mining stocks took off but then pulled back. For a while, gold and silver assets could not reach past key price points. This is when copper, lithium, iron ore, and other mining stocks took an opportunity to rise up in the market. Now in December 2021, gold is in the $1,774 per ounce price range.

Many people think of gold and silver stocks when they think about mining assets. In reality, there are numerous different types of mining stocks. Companies in this category include those that look for copper, steel, uranium, lithium, lead, and other minerals. Bitcoin mining stocks, for example, can be considered for this type of asset.

Top Mining Stocks To Watch

Coeur Mining Inc. (NYSE: CDE)

Coeur Mining Inc. is a mining corporation that searches for, develops, and manufactures mineral resources. Gold, silver, zinc, and lead are examples of these resources. It actively owns 100% of the Palmarejo mine, the Rochester mine, the Kensington mine, the Wharf gold mine, and many other mines. It will sell its concentrates to third-party refiners and smelters across the country. The United States, Switzerland, and Japan are among the countries represented. Property owned by the corporation can be found in Mexico, Nevada, Alaska, South Dakota, and Canada.

On October 27th, the company reported its third quarter financial results for 2021. This included revenue of $208.0 million and cash flow from operating activities of $21.8 million. The Company reported a GAAP net loss from continuing operations of $54.8 million, or $0.21 per share, which included a $26.0 million non-cash write-down of Mexican VAT refunds and a $35.7 million non-cash unrealized loss on strategic equity investments, primarily related to Coeur’s 18% equity ownership of Victoria Gold Corp. (“Victoria”) during the quarter.

President and CEO Mitchell J. Krebs said, “Our third quarter results reflect our strategy of elevated near-term investment in our balanced platform of North American assets to generate attractive returns and long-term, sustainable free cash flow, from lower cost, longer life precious metals assets”. Up 2.5% on December 6th, will CDE be on your list of mining stocks to watch?

Hecla Mining Company (NYSE: HL)

Hecla Mining Company is a mining firm that specializes in the discovery, acquisition, development, and production of precious metals and base metal resources. It primarily sells unrefined gold and silver bullion bars, as well as lead and zinc. Hecla now owns a 100 percent stake in a number of mines, including the Greens Creek Mine, the Lucky Friday Mine, and the Casa Berardi Mine. So, what is behind the current increase in the value of Hecla stock?

On November 30th, the CEO and President of Hecla, Phillips S. Baker, Jr., participated at the H.C. Wainwright Mining Conference. Mr. Baker also presented at the Scotiabank Mining Conference on Wednesday, December 1st at 9:30 a.m. On this same date, the Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer, Mr. Russell Lawlar participated in the BofA Securities Leverages Finance Conference. Amid these developments and up in the market, will HL be on your mining stock watchlist?

Galiano Gold Inc. (NYSE: GAU)

Gold penny stocks, like Galiano Gold Inc., have outperformed typical gold securities in the market. Galiano Gold is a Canadian exploration, development, and production firm. The Asanko Gold Mine in Ghana, West Africa, is one of the company’s gold holdings. As a result of higher gold prices, this company achieved great momentum.

On November 10th, the company reported its third-quarter results for 2021. During the quarter, Galiano produced 49,543 ounces of gold. 159,963 ounces have been produced so far this year. Due to lower mined grades at Esaase and the resultant impact on plant recovery, full-year gold production has been reduced from 225,000-245,000 ounces to 215,000-220,000 ounces.

The President and CEO OF Galiano, Matt Badylax said, “Although an increased proportion of Akwasiso contributed to mill feed for the quarter relative to Q2, grades at Esaase remained below expectations resulting in lower production in Q3. We expect these lower grades to persist through Q4 and as a result, we have revised production guidance for the year to 215,000-220,000 ounces”. Noting this, will GAU stock enter your mining watchlist in 2021?

Top Mining Stocks To Buy?

Mining stocks are increasing in value as the pandemic starts to fade. Industrial and retail demand is continuing to rise, which is benefiting all types of mining equities. Even lithium stocks have risen in value as sales of electric vehicles increase. Yes, mining equities are still volatile right now. But which companies are you going to add to your watchlist?

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This Lithium Extraction Technology Could Transform The Mining Industry

lithium-technology space is in a desperate race to build a better battery in
time to keep pace with an energy transition that is mainstreaming electric

lithium-technology space is in a desperate race to build a better battery in
time to keep pace with an energy transition that is mainstreaming electric

Certain companies in this space working on battery breakthroughs are soaring.

Quantumscape has gained nearly 60% in October thanks to the development progress in its solid-state lithium battery for EVs.

It’s all about coming up with a better battery that’s cheaper and holds its charge longer, and the rush to the finish line here has created no less than a “Battery Arms Race”.

But we think betting on which one of these companies will reach the solid-state commercial finish line first means nothing without serious breakthroughs in the exploration and extraction of one of the key metals that underpin the entire EV and energy storage equation: Lithium.

A lithium shortage could stall the EV push and halt the battery arms race in its tracks. As it stands, it is questionable at best whether lithium supplies can keep up with the forecast of a huge increase in demand.

The Western world may have a critical weakness in the lithium-ion supply chain, according to a Forbes report.

A key problem isn’t just the lack of new lithium discoveries in North America—it’s the difference between two different kinds of lithium mining processes…

And until now, one of them has largely been off limits due to environmental concerns and prohibitive costs.

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF), a Canadian junior lithium explorer, isn’t just sitting on lithium exploration territory…

It’s also behind what we think could become one of the biggest potential breakthroughs lithium mining has ever seen. The technology it’s developing could be the key to unlocking a new treasure trove of lithium from hard rock mining.

It could reduce hard-rock lithium mining costs by up to 30-50%.

The Company holds an interest in a JV to develop a novel, ESG-compliant processing technology designed to greatly simplify and accelerate lithium recovery in hard-rock mining and aimed at lowering production costs and improving production quality and efficiency.

The ultimate goal: To make hardrock lithium manufacturing cheaper than production from brine sources.

In our view, Medaro Mining isn’t just another player in a crowded but slow-moving lithium production space. Its technology, if developed and commercialized, could be an integral part of the future of lithium mining.

Here are 5 reasons to keep a very close eye on Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF) right now:

#1 Exciting Potential in This Innovative New Lithium Extraction Tech

The technology Medaro is developing could unlock significant value in lithium reserves that have until now been considered uneconomical. In this energy transition market, a developed technology with that potential could reverberate across industries and around the world. It could create potential cost savings for everyone from lithium producers to battery makers along the surging EV and energy storage industries.

The cost savings for lithium mining could be up to 30-50%.

Lithium is used in a huge cross-section of industries—not just EVs, though the EV revolution is what makes the demand picture problematic for supply.

This most famous of battery metals can be obtained either from subsurface brines or spodumene-bearing pegmatite deposits. Lithium from the brine is much easier to extract because you pump the lithium-bearing brines out of the ground and then treat them to form lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide. The process doesn’t involve traditional mining. But we need more supply than North America’s brine deposits can offer.


That brings us to hard-rocking mining of spodumene pegmatite deposits, which requires traditional mining and processing through which lithium is extracted and converted to lithium carbonate and/or lithium hydroxide.

Medaro Mining’s plan is to develop its new technology to disrupt the hard-rock lithium mining industry by making the processing better, more efficient and cheaper through a system of rapid extraction and reduced transport costs.

The end game here is to make hard-rocking lithium mining as cheap and efficient—if not more so—than extraction of lithium from the brine.

If successfully developed, the technology could completely reshape the future of hardrock lithium mining and manufacturing.

And it could be battery-grade lithium ready for the market.

This could reduce supply chain costs and bottlenecks and might be scalable at an industrial level, with potentially global implications for the industry.

And it could be made easy for end-users: the Medaro technology could be installed directly at lithium producers’ sites.

Hard-rock lithium miners might set up Medaro-licensed processing facilities right next to their mines. That could mean they would be able to ship battery grade lithium and valuable by-products directly to markets.

Remote location? Limited room for a processing facility? Likely not a problem. Medaro’s technology is aimed to be compact, modular and highly scalable.

If successfully developed, the Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF) technology could be implemented in remote areas close to productive mines. A Medaro-designed processing facility might be built almost anywhere, with scalability potential of up to 50-100 tonnes per day, or more, in the roughest terrains.

#2 A Potential Major ESG Boost for Lithium

Medaro’s HLT lithium recovery process is a unique solvent extraction technology aimed to rapidly manufacture high-purity forms of Lithium Carbonate (Li2CO3), Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH), and lithium metal (Li).

Not only does preliminary technical and economic analysis indicate that Medaro’s technology could lower spodumene processing costs by up to 50%, but the entire system could be powered by clean energy, including hydroelectric, solar or wind power.

There is potential for minimal cleanup costs.

Medaro’s HLT lithium recovery process is a dual closed loop thermochemical technology:

It uses no hydrocarbons, no sulfur, or chlorine. In fact, it employs only materials that are abundant on earth.

The technology requires only three feedstock materials:

– Spodumene concentrate

– High-purity Carbon Dioxide (CO2), which is consumed in forming lithium carbonate

– High-purity water (H2O), which is consumed in forming lithium hydroxide

And there are no associated CO2 emissions because this is a closed-loop process run on clean energy. That alone may mean lower costs and a much smaller manufacturing footprint.

With the single exception of the calcination of spodumene, which takes place at a temperature of 1000-1100°C, all of the chemical reactions occur at temperatures below 250 °C.

A negligible amount of solid waste—all of it benign—is created in the process.

Dual closed-loop ensures solvents, leachates, and precipitants are continually recycled.

Virtually zero waste equals significant potential savings compared to other methods.

#3 A Green Mining Story—All the Way

We think this could be one of the most compelling “green mining” narratives out there right now.

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF) was created specifically with this in mind.

Its innovative lithium technology could green the industry …

Its lithium land packages might hold great commercial potential.

The company also has what could be a highly promising uranium mining play.

And we think it’s all about going green in an ESG investment environment that is pushing big money into the space at breakneck speed.

Medaro’s Superb Lake Property in Ontario’s Thunder Bay Mining District is an exploration stage prospect covering nearly 2,200 hectares with 8 mining claims. The results of four samples taken here indicate lithium oxide values in the range of 1.77% to 4.03%.

Medaro has a second lithium property in Quebec’s James Bay Mining Region. Here, Medaro has acquired the rights to the Cyr South Lithium Property covering over 2,700 hectares with 52 mining claims.

This property is right near the Galaxy Resources lithium project, which has a 40-million-tonne resource indication. So, when Medaro saw the opportunity, they jumped on it quickly.

If a commercially viable lithium resource is found and developed, battery-grade Lithium Carbonate production could net Medaro up to $20,000/tonne, while battery-grade Lithium Hydroxide could fetch up to $22,000/tonne.

But while the founders of Medaro were busy hunting for more and bigger lithium assets, they came across the technology that, once developed, could change everything. Now that this technology is in hand and being developed, they’re still on the hunt for even bigger lithium assets where it can be deployed.

And in the meantime, Medaro is also scooping up uranium deals, with more “green” in mind.

On November 2, Medaro entered into an option agreement with Skyharbour Resources Inc. (TSX-V.SYH) (OTCQB:SYHBF) to acquire up to a 100% interest in the Yurchison Uranium property in Northern Saskatchewan.

This is a massive, nearly 56,000-hectare property with 12 mineral claims. Yurchison is a historical uranium play where prospecting has returned significant uranium mineralization from 0.09% to 0.30%. The recovery potential here could be strong, and is expected to host copper, zinc and molybdenum mineralization, as well.

Even better in our view, this play is on-strike with giant Rio Tinto’s Janice Lake property.

The possible revenue lines could continue with the potential for Medaro to sell the by-products of its extraction technology, including potentially lucrative commercial-grade aluminum hydroxide and silica …

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF) could fetch up to $1,000/tonne for its by-product commercial grades of low sodium alumina, calcium carbonate and silica.

#4 The Global Licensing Opportunity

We think the real gold mine here could be a global technology licensing opportunity, for which Medaro and its JV partner would control all the intellectual property rights. With the targeted savings of up to 30-50% compared to traditional lithium processing operations, Medaro aims to patent and license the technology to derive multiple, potential long-term revenue generation.

The technology is in the piping and instrumentation design phase, and once that is concluded, the JV will be ready to design, build and operate their first pilot plant.

And in our view they’ve got the management team that could bring it all home.

James G. Blencoe, Ph.D. is the man behind the development of the technology, and Medaro’s CTO. Dr. Blencoe is a widely published scientist and engineer who has been inventing new technologies since the early 2000s. He has decades of geoscience and geochemistry experience and has served as CTO and Chief Scientist for a number of innovative companies across North America.

CEO & Director Hugh Maddin is a veteran executive for mineral holding companies, while President & Director Faizaan Lalani has a proven track record in this space as CFO of United Lithium Corp. Director Shaun Mann has decades of mining experience and has held senior roles at major mining companies, including with Goldcorp and Newmont during their $10-billion mega-merger.

#5 The Bottom Line: Cost-Reduction and ESG Focused 

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTCMKTS:MEDAF), which has the right to acquire 100% of the developed tech and control the global licensing of its JV, reports it is getting high recovery of lithium in tests so far. The extraction process is said to be a fast process that could have huge cost-reduction implications for a supply chain that desperately needs it.

The emphasis here is on green mining and manufacturing, and we think that should resonate with the big capital pouring into environmentally friendly plays right now—especially those feeding into the energy transition, which is nothing without EVs and batteries for renewable energy storage.

We think investors should also love the diversity of this play: Not only is Medaro’s JV developing a potentially game-changing technology that could operate entirely on renewable energy, but it also has options on lithium properties in known mining districts and a large uranium play next to giant Rio Tinto.

Combine this with a zero-debt company that looks on track to be very well-capitalized, and we think you have one of the best potential plays in the energy transition—and from a corner that no one may have been expecting.

The global implications could be profound if this technology is proven up and commercialized because among the multiple possible revenue lines is a licensing potential that we think could set up hard-rock miners around the world with a unique new extraction process that could save them up to 50% in processing costs.

That’s the number that we think should get everyone’s attention soon enough.

Other companies to watch as the push to “electrify everything” kicks into overdrive:

Thanks to a massive influx of millennial money and the multi-trillion-dollar green energy boom, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) has emerged as one of the fastest-growing stocks of all time.. And though it’s been caught in some controversial stances this year, like Elon Musk’s decision to buy…and then sell bitcoin, the company is still as promising as ever. Even after Musk sold off as much as 10% of his holdings in the company, Tesla is still going strong, holding just under all time highs at $1,163 per share.

Elon Musk is truly a visionary of the times. From his electric vehicle innovations and space ambitions to his forward-thinking approach to cryptocurrencies, Elon Musk may well become the first trillionaire, and Tesla shareholders are set to ride the wave. In fact, ee released the first Tesla Roadster back in 2008, making electric vehicles cool when people were laughing at first-gen electric vehicles. Since then, Tesla’s stock has skyrocketed by over 14,000%. And it’s not just about cars, either. Musk is looking towards a much bigger picture, building the foundation for an electrified future on all fronts.

Yet Elon Musk’s jewel has not been trouble-free, either. In February, Tesla said it would recall more than 130,000 vehicles on safety concerns. These regarded touchscreen failures that could lead to the loss of several safety-related features while driving, CNBC reported at the time.

Traditional automakers aren’t going to be left behind, either. Both Ford and GM are betting big on this emerging new industry.

GreenPower Motor Company (TSX:GPV) is an exciting company that produces larger-scale electric transportation. Right now, it is primarily focused on the North American market, but the sky is the limit as the pressure to go green grows. GreenPower has been on the frontlines of the electric movement, manufacturing affordable battery-electric busses and trucks for over ten years. From school busses to long-distance public transit, GreenPower’s impact on the sector can’t be ignored.

NFI Group (TSX:NFI) is another one of Canada’s most exciting companies in the electric vehicle space. It produces transit busses and motorcycles. NFI had a difficult start to the year, but it since cut its debt and begun to address its cash flow struggles in a meaningful way. Though it remains down from January highs, NFI still offers investors a promising opportunity to capitalize on the electric vehicle boom.

Recently, NFI has seen an uptick in insider stock purchases which is often a sign that the board and management strongly believe in the future of the company. In addition to its increasingly positive financial reports, it is also one of the few in the business that actually pay dividends out to its investors.

Another way to get some indirect exposure to the booming tech, EV and mineral industries is through AutoCanada (TSX:ACQ), a company that operates auto-dealerships through Canada. The company carries a wide variety of new and used vehicles and has all types of financial options available to fit the needs of any consumer. While sales have slumped this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, AutoCanada will likely see a rebound as both buying power and the demand for electric vehicles increases. As more new exciting EVs hit the market, AutoCanada will surely be able to ride the wave.

Canada’s Silicon Valley is all in on the sustainability race, too. Shopify Inc (TSX:SHOP) Canada’s own e-commerce giant helps users build their own online stores. It has huge clients – everyone from Tesla to Budweiser are on board. And the company is beloved by millennial investors. In addition to its revolutionary approach on e-commerce, Shopify is playing an increasingly active role in creating a greener tomorrow. It has committed to spending at least $5 million annually to help combat climate change. It’s even making cuts throughout its own operations, decommissioning its data centers and sourcing renewable power for its buildings. Thanks the these efforts, Shopify has posted a return of nearly 50% this year alone, and is showing no signs of slowing.

Mogo Finance Technology Inc. (TSX:MOGO) is a new spin on unsecured credit, which is a burgeoning sub-segment of FinTech. Providing loan management, the ability to track spending, stress-free mortgages, and even credit score tracking, Mogo is at the forefront of an online movement to assist users with their financial needs.

Mogo’s software analyzes borrowers instantly and greatly reduces the traditionally cumbersome underwriting process for loans. It’s online only, so there’s very low overhead and a ton of cash to spend on marketing. Labeled as “the Uber of finance” by CNBC, Mogo is definitely turning heads.

With increasing membership growth and revenue lines continuing to improve, and a platform which many banks have failed to offer, Mogo could well become an acquisition target in the near future.

By. Tom Kool


This news release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws. All statements that are not historical facts, including without limitation, statements regarding future estimates, plans, programs, forecasts, projections, objectives, assumptions, expectations or beliefs of future performance, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements in this material include the Medaro Mining Corp. (the “Company”) joint venture (JV) with Global Lithium Extraction Technologies Inc. to develop a proprietary method of lithium extraction; that the Company will succeed in the development and commercialization of the proprietary technology to extract lithium which is highly cost effective, efficient and clean; that the Company will be able to earn its option to acquire ownership in its lithium projects; that the Company’s lithium projects will have commercial amounts of lithium which may be extracted and developed using its proposed technology or otherwise; that the market for lithium will continue to grow to billions of dollars; that the Company will be able to produce sufficient quantities of lithium to supply major contracts worldwide or be otherwise able to commercialize its business; that the Company’s JV will be able to develop, commercialize and license the technology on a global scale; that the technology will be able reduce extraction costs by up to 50%; that the technology will be implemented in remote areas close to productive mines; that the Company will design processing facilities for lithium extraction using the technology developed by the JV; that the technology will be able to extract commercial amounts of lithium; that the Company will be able to earn its option to acquire ownership in its uranium project; that the Company’s uranium project will have commercial amounts of uranium which may be developed. Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, which may cause actual outcomes to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Risks that could change or prevent these statements from coming to fruition include that the Company’s JV may be unable to successfully develop a proprietary method of lithium extraction; that the Company may be unsuccessful in the development of its proposed technology, or even if developed, that the Company may be unable to commercialize the technology or otherwise be able to extract lithium by a method which is cost effective, efficient or clean; that the Company may fail to be able to develop lithium extraction facilities or to license its technology; that the Company may fail to fulfill its obligations under its option agreements in respect of its lithium and uranium projects and be unable to acquire ownership in the properties; that the Company’s lithium and uranium projects may be fail to have any or sufficient commercially viable amounts of lithium or uranium which may be extracted and/or developed; that the market for lithium may not grow as quickly or as much as anticipated; that the Company may not be able to finance its intended development of technology and/or the maintenance/development of its lithium and uranium properties; competitors may offer cheaper or better products; markets don’t develop for the products as expected; intellectual property rights may not protect the Company’s processes and the Company’s technology may infringe on the intellectual property of others; and the Company may not be able to carry out its business plans as expected. The forward-looking information contained herein is given as of the date hereof and the writer assumes no responsibility to update or revise such information to reflect new events or circumstances, except as required by law.


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