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Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) announced that Dr. Mark King, PhD, PGeo, FGC, is now part of Dajin’s Advisory Board. Dr. King has extensive experience in the field of lithium brine deposits, and conducted groundbreaking analysis in this emerging industry. He is currently the President of Groundwater Insight Inc.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FWB:A111EG,OTC:HMGLF) announced that in the final report and results of the lithium extraction processing work conducted by Tenova Bateman Technologies, greater than 99.9% lithium purity was achieved using the Bateman LiP™ (pre-treatment stage) and LiSX™ (main Li-removal) processes for extraction of lithium from brine. The LiSX™ process produced a Lithium Chloride Solution with a purity greater than 99.9%, with practically 100% Li recovery.
Cobre Montana (ASX:CXB) completed initial metallurgical testwork for lithium, resulting in precipitation of battery grade lithium carbonate and a byproduct of sulphate of potash from a sample of Cinovec ore. Cobre Montana also reports that tailings from European Metals Holdings Limited (ASX:EMH) proposed tin/tungsten operations may result in operating costs descending well below the US$2000/t operating cost for the production of lithium carbonate.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE,FWB:A111EG,OTC:HMGLF) announced the signing of a Letter of Intent with Nevada Alaska Minerals Ltd. for 2,554 acres of placer mineral claims contiguous to, and to the south of, Pure Energy’s existing 4,520 acre Clayton Valley, Nevada Lithium Brine prospects.
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) announced the completion of a gravity survey at the Teels Marsh claims in Mineral County, Nevada. As a result, the three dimensional interpretation shows a deep closed basin up to 8,900 feet in depth which indicates the potential to retain a large quantity of fluids. As well, the gravity, magnetic and geological data indicate that the basin is fault bounded with the strongest structural control along the basin’s southern margin.
Pure Energy Minerals (TSXV:PE) CEO Robert Mintak spoke about the Clayton Valley Lithium Brine Project, located in Esmeralda County, Nevada – halfway between Las Vegas and Reno. According to Mr. Mintak, “In 2014, Pure Energy was able to successfully raise close to $4 million, which allowed us to begin exploration work on the project. Early drill results have shown promising lithium concentrations ranging from 230 to 400 parts per million. Additionally in 2014, Pure Energy was able to add additional management roles to the company including a new COO, Dr. Andy Robinson, PhD, Geoscientist with a history in water project development; and Alexi Zawadzki as VP of Business Development. Additionally, we added Prof. LeeAnn Munk, a world-ranking geoscientist on lithium brine resources.”
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) announced that it aims to increase exposure and liquidity to a large audience by including direct links to the Standard and Poor Market Access Presentation in future press releases: http://reports.standardandpoors.com/aidata/maccess/pdf/23406720.pdf
Dajin Resources Corp. (TSXV:DJI,OTC:DJIFF) reported that its company information – share price, volume, dividends, shares outstanding, company financial position, and earnings – is now available through S&P Capital IQ’s Market Access Program. A full description of Dajin will also be published in the Daily News section of Standard & Poor’s Corporation Records.