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Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) subsidiary, Dajin Resources (US) Corp. has begun a 550 station gravity survey at Alkali Lake Nevada, as well as structural studies and integration of existing information at Teels Marsh in preparation for drilling.
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) announced that its subsidiary, Dajin Resources (US) Corp. is planning an initial gravity survey as well as geological and geophysical work on the Alkali Lake claims in Nevada. The gravity survey is set to be completed by Magee Geophysics Services LLC of Reno, Nevada, and a 3D gravity basin modeling being prepared by J L Wright Geophysics of Elko, Nevada.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FWB:A111EG,OTC:HMGLF) announced a warrant exercise incentive whereby one-half of one incentive warrant will be granted to placement warrant holders for each placement warrant exercised within a 10-day period beginning on June 15, 2015, and ending on June 24, 2015. Pure Energy aims to raise additional capital without further diluting current shareholders.
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) was mentioned by Peter Epstein as, “an example of an early-stage company with substantial, 100% owned lithium brine prospects in both Nevada and Argentina” in his article entitled, “Comparison of Hard Rock Lithium Mining to Brine Lithium Harvesting.” In the article, Mr. Epstein states that Dajin’s solid financial backing and joint ventures, combined with trading at lowest market caps makes for an attractive lithium company.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FWB:A111EG,OTC:HMGLF) reported that Prof. Pierre Kennepohl of the University of British Columbia received a $25,000 Engage Grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. The Grant allows a study on aspects of selective lithium removal from brines, as well as lithium exchange between brines and lithium-containing solids in samples taken from Pure Energy’s Clayton Valley Property.
Nemaska Lithium (TSXV:NMX) announced that its President and CEO, Guy Bourassa, will be speaking at The New York Society of Security Analysts’ 16th Annual Metals and Mining Investment Conference on June 9, 2015 about Nemaska’s proprietary process to produce lithium hydroxide. This lithium hydroxide is suitable for battery applications.
Mr. Bourassa will also be speaking at the 7th Lithium Supply & Markets Conference in China from June 16 to 18, 2015.
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) President and CEO, Brian Findlay, issued a letter to shareholders. In the update, Mr. Findlay shares the milestones reached by Dajin from December 2014 to the most recent lithium assay results from Alkali Lake released in April 2015. Mr. Findlay also reports that trading on the OTC has been “picked up substantially as a result of the company being Blue-Skyed with Standards & Poor’s thus creating the ability for thousands of investment advisors in the US to increase exposure to Dajin Resources.”
Visual Capitalist, together with Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF), released an infographic comparing the costs associated with and differences between lithium brine versus hard rock exploration.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FWB:A111EG,OTC:HMGLF) reported that preliminary results from the seismic survey done at Clayton Valley in Nevada, show that the mineralized zone intersected in Pure Energy’s recent drilling campaign extends throughout the entire claim area. The mineralized zone extends from adjacent to the existing Silver Peak lithium operations, southwards to include the new placer claims recently acquired by Pure Energy.
Potash West (OTC:PWNNY,ASX:PWN) announced that Lepidico Ltd. used a small scale plant to produce lithium carbonate from a lithium-rich mica called lepidolite, thereby constructing and operating a continuous process operation. Potash West (PWN) owns 25% of Li-Technology Pty Ltd, with 75% owned by Strategic Metallurgy Pty Ltd. (SM). PWN and SM will be transferring ownership of Li-Technology to Lepidico in exchange for shares.