“Superlithium” Stocks To Dominate 2023
Editorial Feature | Jan 4, 2022 | Tech
The world today doesn’t need lithium.
It needs “superlithium.”
Only “superlithium” can go into car batteries… power storage installations… electric airplanes…
These applications need the purest, most high-grade lithium available in the world today.
In other words, high-end uses require high-end lithium.
As a result, the world’s biggest car makers and battery producers are hunting for “superlithium.”
We bet you haven’t heard about it. There’s a reason for this.
Everybody else is focused on “lithium,” and they don’t get how this market works.
“Lithium” is a metal. “Superlithium” is what you actually need to build a clean future… to provide energy security.
By “superlithium,” we mean two of the highest-purity, battery-grade lithium compounds: carbonate and hydroxide.
THE “GREEN SUPERCYCLE” IS JUST BEGINNING
The world is moving toward advanced technology and clean energy.
There’s no way around it… Most commodities, like oil, will be left behind by this trillion-dollar shift.
But metals like lithium will likely have much more room to run.
In fact, lithium could do to the 21st century what coal did to the 19th and oil to the 20th…
Lithium in its “superlithium” form will likely define the century of electricity.
Because as the world is switching away from oil, it will consume more metals. Especially battery metals.
S&P Global says: “The path to net-zero emissions undeniably includes lithium, an essential raw material for the lithium-ion batteries that power electric vehicles and energy storage applications.”
They will go into electric cars, fuel cells, consumer products, other gadgets, and the whole energy generation system.
Which means that the economy of the 21st century would demand more metals as it becomes cleaner and greener.
Benchmark Minerals estimates that by 2030, lithium demand will reach 2.4 million tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent (or LCE). That’s four times higher than the amount of LCE estimated to be produced in 2022.
This is extremely bullish lithium, which will be used in most “new energy” applications… and mostly in its “superlithium” form.
The “green supercycle” has just begun… with lithium demand about to quadruple over the rest of this decade, there is plenty of opportunity for early investors to participate in this megatrend.
And one company has the best prospects for locating superlithium in the industry.
As far as the location of the company’s project portfolio, it doesn’t get any better, in our opinion.
INTRODUCING AN INNOVATIVE NEW COMPANY
We’re talking about a Vancouver-based lithium mining company with a rockstar team.
A team that has made multiple discoveries… which became operating mines. This sets it apart from almost every other mining company.
Making a discovery is hard… but turning one into a mine is a whole different challenge.
And this company accomplished this feat more than once.
For example, Mr. Lindsay Bottomer. He’s a geologist with over 45 years of experience in mining exploration and development.
Mr. Bottomer was a member of the team that discovered Oyu Tolgoi, one of the largest copper-gold mines in the world.
The company that owns 66% of Oyu Tolgoi, Turquoise Hill Resources, is worth $6 billion.
Mr. Bottomer was instrumental in this massive discovery. In the past, he found mines and built lithium companies.
And now, he is at the helm of this early entry company.
There are other mining rockstars on the team.
ONE OF THE LARGEST LITHIUM LANDHOLDERS IN ONTARIO
The company’s flagship property is Wesley. It is a 3,250-hectare (12.5-square-mile) property that is hosted within the Sharpe Lake Batholith, which is a type of granite that hosts muscovite, a potentially lithium-bearing mineral.
Now, the good news is that historical drilling north of Wesley found lithium-cesium-tantalum pegmatites in the drill core. And pegmatite is a mineral that tends to host economically significant amounts of lithium.
In other words, in the past, potentially lithium-bearing intervals have already been found close to the project’s borders.
And those intervals were wide, up to 10 meters (32.8 feet) downhole.
Moreover, Wesley is located next door to the Root project.
So far, exploration at Root proved that the district where this companies Wesley property is located could be one of the richest lithium areas in North America.
Root’s owners have drilled 19 holes at the property so far. And all 19 of them intersected spodumene-bearing pegmatites.
And the intervals have been both thick and continuous.
Some of the most impressive results included 10.8 meters of 1.65% Li2O from hole RL-22-002, 11.5m of 2.03% Li2O from hole RL-22-003, and 8m of 1.94% Li2O from hole RL-22-008.
In other words, the company drilling at the Root project has achieved a 100% success rate so far. Better yet, lithium-bearing intervals start at the surface.
Which means that if the project reaches production, extracting ore won’t be too expensive. It starts right at or close to the surface. So, you don’t need to move much material to get to the “pay dirt.”
We will not be surprised to see similar successes when it starts its own exploration work at Wesley, which is located right next to Root.
The company’s other project, Harth, is also located in Ontario.
It comprises 2,350 hectares (or 9 square miles) of claims. Like Wesley, it’s also hosted within the Sharpe Lake Batholith.
Which means that it could also share the same geological characteristics as Wesley and potentially deliver similar results that the Root project has done.
And their portfolio includes one more lithium project: Ferland Station.
Ferland station is also located close to one of the projects that has just delivered excellent results from all 19 holes that it drilled.
But that’s just the beginning, the company plans to get to the production stage as soon as possible.
And the track record of the people involved with the company tells us that it has a chance to deliver value to its investors sooner rather than later.
This is a rapidly developing story that deserves your immediate attention. Sign up to learn the name of this little-known lithium explorer, before more news comes out, and as lithium prices are taking off.
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