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Nevada North Lithium Project

We are a mineral exploration company committed to discovering and developing high-quality battery metals deposits that will power the sustainable future. Our Nevada North Lithium project is a key part of our portfolio, as Lithium is a crucial component in the production of electric vehicle batteries and energy storage systems.

Overview of the Nevada North Lithium Exploration - Development Project

The Nevada North Lithium Project is located in Elko County, Nevada, where the Company owns 100% interest in 243 mineral claims. Situated in the Granite Range, the project is approximately 40km southeast of Jackpot and 73km north-northeast of Wells, Nevada. The project’s goal is to identify a Thacker Pass or Clayton Valley type lithium clay deposit in volcanic tuff and tuffaceous sediments.

Initial surveying of the project area utilized public domain stream sediment geochemical data, which revealed significant lithium content ranging from 29.1 ppm to 5,120 ppm. Follow-up soil sampling identified multiple highly anomalous zones, of which 101 samples carried greater than 1,000 ppm Lithium out of the total 1026 samples obtained.

The current main soil lithium anomaly extends approximately 2,300 meters north-south by about 500 meters wide, with three other significant soil anomalies also outlined in this program. An eight-hole, 776-meter, scout drilling program confirmed significant lithium values continued at depth. The best hole (NN2207) cut four zones of > 1,000 ppm Li averaging 3,943 ppm Li over a total of 120 meters.

The complete assay results for all eight drill holes have been received, revealing that of the 508 drill samples obtained at 1.52m or 5ft intervals, 274 samples carried 1,000 ppm Li or greater. These findings demonstrate significant potential for the Nevada North Lithium Project, highlighting the Company’s commitment to the development of sustainable lithium resources.

Total Claims

243 mineral claims in 1 group

Total Area

1,946 hectares
(4,810 acres)
(7.51 sq Miles)
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Exploration and Development

We have undertaken several exploration programs at the Lithium project
Our exploration work has identified several Lithium-rich zones, which we plan to further explore in the future. We are also evaluating various development scenarios to maximize the value of the Lithium project.


Mineralization is hosted in tuffaceous sediment and claystone deposited in a water-filed tectonic or volcano-tectonic basin. The mineral-bearing sediments rest on felsic volcanic rock and are capped by air-fall tuff or water lain tuff. Tuff units that likely overlie the productive rocks are dated at 11.7 to 10.7 million years. While younger than the McDermitt Caldara, the general geologic setting is very similar to the Thacker Pass deposit.


Some work for uranium in 1950’s about 4.8 km east of property. No other lithium work in area.

Key Advantages


We follow strict policies and procedures to minimize the impact of our exploration and development activities on the environment and local communities. We engage with local stakeholders and respect their rights and interests.

Market Potential

The demand for Lithium is expected to increase significantly in the coming years due to its crucial role in the production of electric vehicle batteries and energy storage systems, driven by the rapid growth of the electric vehicle market


With our expertise in mineral exploration and our commitment to environmental and social responsibility, we are well-positioned to unlock the potential of the Lithium deposit and create value for our shareholders and stakeholders.

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Geological Summary of Holes NN2001 thru NN2208

Generally, mineralization is found in three distinct horizons of silty, weakly calcareous, claystone and with seams of blue-grey clay. Sedimentary textures are not well preserved in the chips, so the depositional environment is not clear, but it is thought to be in a lakebed environment. Rocks between the productive horizon are mostly reduced felsic air fall tuffs and tuffaceous siltstone. All holes ended in coarse cobble to pebble conglomerate or ash flow tuff. The lower tuff shows moderate propylitic alteration with replacement of mafic minerals by chlorite and disseminated pyrite.