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Forget cobalt… Forget lithium…

Elon Musk Begs Mining Companies

“Mine More Nickel!”

Major shortages predicted as the $2.7 trillion auto industry is about to send nickel demand soaring

A $2.7 trillion1 revolution is happening right now – and if you play it right, it could be one of the largest, most tremendous opportunities of the century…

Right up there with the explosion of online shopping stocks like Amazon…

Tech stocks like Apple and Facebook…

And even, the rise of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin.

I’m talking about the electrification of the world’s automotive fleet.

And as I’m about to explain, the worldwide phenomenon could generate big wins for companies that are keenly positioned.

Six Reasons Why Investors Are Excited About This Up and Coming Company

  1. This company has secured one of the top nickel prospects in the world– a former producing mine recognized as one of the highest-grade deposits ever mined in Canada.
  2. Nations across the globe are banning gas-powered cars –countries like China, the USA, Great Britain, Canada, Norway, and Japan are mandating that all new cars be zero-emission as early as 2025.
  3. Nickel is the secret weapon to increasing driving range and lowering costs of electric vehicles – of all the metals, nickel delivers the highest possible capacity while providing increased power and energy density2.
  4. Nickel demand is about to increase exponentially – Tesla, GM, Ford… car manufacturers across the board are dramatically increasing the content nickel in their batteries, leading to a demand surge that could dwarf current nickel supplies. In fact, the International Energy Agency estimates the demand for nickel in electric cars and batteries will increase a whopping 4,038% in the next 20 years… jumping from 81M tonnes per year to 3,352 M tonnes by 2040 – more than the entire amount of nickel mined worldwide in 2019.
  5. A nickel supply shortage could hit as early as 2023 – Several analysts are projecting supply deficits as soon as two years from now as the rapid growth in nickel consumption far outpaces supply… setting the stage for potential surge in nickel prices.
  6. Car manufacturers like Tesla are practically begging for more nickel supply from safe nations like Canada where this company is located – they see the writing on the wall and desperately want to secure a safe supply of responsibly mined nickel for the future. In fact, Elon Musk has gone on the record and offered “a giant contract for a long period of time”3 for companies that mine nickel efficiently and in an environmentally sensitive way.

The Age Of Petroleum Is Over

Fossil-fuel powered cars dead.

In the coming decades, almost all new cars will be powered by clean technologies.  And that means batteries.

But before the electrification of the world’s auto fleet goes full steam, there are still two major hurdles to overcome:

  • Electric cars are expensive, and…
  • Consumers still have “range anxiety” about how far you can drive on one charge

That means batteries need to last longer and cost less. And companies that help solve these problems could see tremendous growth.

That’s where this company comes in…

You see, this company could hold the secret weapon to curing both range anxiety and high costs: a metal that Elon Musk is practically begging for more of.

It’s not cobalt.  And it’s not lithium.

It’s nickel. 

And companies exploring for this crucial resource – especially those in safe, western jurisdictions – are set to capitalize on the new energy economy.

Here’s why…

More Nickel Is Critical To The Electric Car Revolution

Nickel is a cornerstone metal for future electric vehicles.

It increases range.  It lower costs. And as new battery technologies are developed, nearly all of them have one thing in common: more nickel.

In fact, car makers are trying to cram as much nickel as possible in their the next-generation batteries…

  • GM’s new Ultium battery system contains 90% nickel with 70% less cobalt. It will power 30 new GM models by 2025, including the hyped GMC Hummer EV and the Cadillac Lyriq.The Ultium battery is expected to get a range of 400 miles per charge – sufficient enough to erase almost anyone’s “range anxiety”. GM also expects its costs to make electric vehicles to drop by nearly a third from what it spends now making the Chevrolet Bolt.4
  • Ford recently partnered with battery manufacturer SKI to produce the state-of-the-art “Nickel 9” battery which contains 90% nickel5. It will first be used to power the new, all-electric F-150 Lightning pickup truck 6.
  • And then there’s Tesla. Right now, Tesla uses a mixture of Nickel, Cobalt, and Aluminum in their cathode.  And although the exact proportion of nickel is a tightly held secret, its estimated that each one of their models use around 100 pounds of nickel.7

More importantly, Tesla is quietly working on an 100%-nickel cathode that could add significant mileage to each charge… and dramatically increase the company’s nickel consumption.

Indeed, the timing could be perfect for companies like this one, which are advancing the next generation of nickel projects.

Why This Company Is Catching The Attention Of Investors

The Albert Lake property is a premier asset that boasts some of the highest-grade nickel ever mined in Canada.

It consists of 90,127 hectares of drill ready exploration lands located in Saskatchewan, Canada with over 80,000 Ha. currently unexplored.

It’s also host to the historic Rottenstone Mine.

The Rottenstone mine was a high-grade, open pit Ni Sulphide which was in production from 1965 to 1969.  It produced nickel at an eye-popping average grade of 3.23% Ni – which is several times higher than most producing operations.

Management believes Albert Lake is a premier asset for high quality, Class 1 nickel with tremendous potential for upside.

In fact, they think it has similarities to the famous Raglan mine which is located a few hundred miles to the northeast of this company.

Raglan contains 20.8Mt of high-grade nickel averaging 3.26%. It ranks as one of the world’s top producers, churning our over 39,000 tonnes of nickel last year8. And it’s also one of the world’s lowest-cost nickel producers8.

The Albert Lake Property is considered to have the same multi, variable size, high-grade Ni deposits as at Raglan.

This could be a tremendous win for the company.

If this company is sitting on the next Raglan, it could quickly cement it as one of the next great nickel companies.

And that’s exactly what management is busy trying to do… In fact, this year’s exploration program has already seen great success. A 9,000km heliborne high-resolution magnetic survey discovered several high-quality targets. A drill program confirmed an extension of the Historic Rottenstone Deposit to the south and southwest.  It also identified new mineralized ultramafic deposit at depth in the “Island Showing Area”.

And it provided greater geological understanding and confirmed the historic Rottenstone Mine is not the only mineralized body on the Albert Lake property. More than 15,000 feet of drill holes are planned for the rest of this year – meaning this company may soon make a significant discovery. This company is also cashed-up and fully funded to carry out its exploration and drilling programs for the remainder of 2021 and 2022. In fact, there was so much desire from investors, the company had to “upsize” its funding round to $11.15 million.

Listen, opportunities like this don’t come around very often. Nations across the globe are banning gas-powered cars…Nickel demand is about to increase exponentially…A nickel supply shortage could hit as early as 2023…

And this company is sitting on one of the most-promising early-stage nickel prospects in the world – a former producing mine with some of the highest-grade deposits ever mined in Canada.

Plus, car manufacturers like Tesla are practically begging for more nickel supply from safe nations like Canada.

Don’t miss out on the electrification of the world’s automotive fleet.

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1https://innovationfootprints.com/supplychaintech-what-is-supply-chain-technology-and-why-is-it-the -biggest-investment-opportunity-of-our-lifetime/
2https://www.ibisworld.com/global/market-size/global-car-automobile-manufacturing/
3https://nickelinstitute.org/about-nickel/nickel-in-batteries/
4https://www.bnnbloomberg.ca/musk-promises-giant-contract-for-efficiently-mined-nickel-1.1469461
5https://www.freep.com/story/money/cars/general-motors/2021/01/11/gm-ev-development-costs/6628228002/
6https://cleantechnica.com/2021/05/21/if-ford-had-a-nickel-for-every-ev-battery-it-would-be-even-better/
7https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1132323_ford-ski-battery-joint-venture-american-evs-solid-state
8https://www.mining.com/all-the-mines-tesla-needs-to-build-20-million-cars-a-year/
9https://www.glencore.ca/en/raglan/what-we-do/our-mining-activity
10https://www.mining-technology.com/projects/raglan/

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