Junior Explorer Could Be Sitting On North America’s Next Great Lithium Find

Editorial Feature | Jan 29, 2024

Even better, it holds the worldwide license to a radical new lithium processing method that uses less energy, costs less money, and takes less time… but is just as effective.

It’s a process that could make EVERY lithium operation cleaner and more profitable.

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A few miles northwest of Phoenix, smack dab in the middle of the lithium-rich Arizona Pegmatite Belt, one of the most important experiments in mineral technology is taking place.

It’s not really an experiment — all the testing was completed in the labs of Penn State University, developing this new technology.

Rather, this site in Arizona will serve as the proof-of-concept for a breakthrough so seismic, it could alter the lithium-mining world for the next generation.

The innovation?

An eco-friendly, efficient, and fast way to extract lithium that requires 90% less energy than conventional methods.

This new tech could make recovery of all hard-rock lithium around the globe a cleaner, quicker, and more affordable process.

And while the patent-holders for this tech are the researchers who invented it at Penn State…

One lithium exploration company — Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) owns the worldwide rights.

Once proven, companies with lithium deposits will all want access to this enhanced lithium extraction technology.

But before it enters mass adoption, Hertz Lithium wants to prove its utility at their own sites.

And those sites are so promising, the mineral rights alone make Hertz a company with large potential.

That’s because, not only does Hertz have multiple exploration sites throughout the Americas — in some of the areas most blessed with lithium riches…

But the lithium market itself is so hot, every player stands to grow over the coming years.

That’s also why Hertz’ tech license may prove the more valuable asset in the mid- to long-term.

When the world economy demands this much lithium, any company that can make a better mousetrap will benefit enormously.

Why Lithium is Starting Its Secular Bull Run

You don’t have to go far to find lithium.

It’s in your phone’s battery. Your laptop battery too.

About 8 kg of lithium go into the battery for a single EV car, on average1.

The metal is in use in all sorts of high-tech applications — from airplanes to supercomputers.

With demand for all of these devices increasing — and EV growth in particular driving the trend, with multiple companies and countries planning to phase out gas-powered vehicles by 2030 and beyond — it’s no surprise that lithium demand is skyrocketing.

Indeed — McKinsey estimates that the lithium battery market alone will grow 27% annually through 2030.

However, as with most metals and similar commodities, it takes years to develop new projects.

That’s why commodities regularly experience long-running bulls.

Here’s how it works:

  • Demand for a material grows beyond current supply.
  • Exploration companies start searching for new sources of the material.
  • In 1-2 years, there are suitable sites with proven reserves discovered.
  • Those sites are often passed on to large mining outfits, which take another 1-2 years to develop them and get them off the ground.
  • Include predictable delays, and there is often a lag time of at least 3-5 years when demand is high and growing… while supply remains relatively flat.
  • By the time new supply comes online, the price of the material has gone through the roof, attracting another, larger round of exploration.
  • That second round of exploration concludes when supply outruns demand… leading to a period of falling prices and dormancy. Until the next uptick in demand kicks the cycle off again.

Lithium is currently at the very start of this secular bull run.

To keep up with demand, supply will have to grow approximately 5-fold by 2030.

Right now, we’re off pace.

Companies like Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) are helping to make up the gap.

And that’s not just through Hertz’ multitude of high-probability lithium projects, in lithium-rich areas such as the Arizona Pegmatite Belt, Eastern Brazilian Pegmatite Belt, and recently acquired district scale AC/DC project in the hottest lithium district in the world, James Bay, Quebec.

Even if each of those projects came up empty — an unlikely scenario — Hertz would still leave it’s mark by bringing a massive innovation to market.

Less Energy, Less Expense, Less Time, More Lithium

The current method of extracting lithium from spodumene pegmatite — the hard rock formations that host high concentrations of the mineral — is very energy intensive.

It requires multiple steps. It requires melting the spodumene at 1100 degrees Celsius followed by an acid baking process at 250 degrees Celsius.

That’s around the temperature of lava, which generally comes between 800 and 1200 degrees Celcius.

As you can imagine, it requires a horrific amount of energy to heat rock to that temperature as well as heavy chemical consumption.

Plus, there are a whole host of issues working with heat so high, it can instantaneously ignite organic matter.

However, until today, we haven’t had a choice. The crystalline structure that spodumene is found in simply doesn’t allow for efficient leaching. The structure must be altered before the lithium can be extracted — and, to date, the method of changing the crystalline structure has been through superheating it.

Penn State’s new innovation — licensed by Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) — can avoid all of that.

How is this done? By experimenting with different reagents, Dr. Rezzae — lead researcher on the project — was able to replace the energy-intensive ‘calcination’ step above.

Instead of heating the spodumene to 1100 degrees Celcius, the team found you could get the same results by ‘roasting’ at 570 degrees Celcius with a reagent — the best one being sodium hydroxide.

That’s similar to the difference in power between cooking a pizza in a specially-built brick oven, and heating one up in your microwave.

Only in this case, the new method produces results at least as good as the traditional.

Microwave-assisted chemical roasting can extract up to 95% of lithium from spodumene, using less time, energy and chemicals than traditional methods.3 With some tweaks, the Penn State team has reached a 97% recovery rate. That compares favorably with traditional processes.

However, the energy and cost savings are enormous.

Hertz Lithium’s CEO, Kal Malhi, is so excited about this technology, and wants to give this technology a name, but have the name chosen by investors via a naming contest for the novel lithium extraction technology.

Hertz is going to give investors a chance to name this new, patent-pending process. Malhi has used similar investor involved naming contests with previous companies to generate buzz, to great effect.

But Hertz is not putting all of its eggs into this basket.

Because, at heart, Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) is an exploration company.

And the company may find a sizable deposit of lithium, just as the secular bull shifts into high gear.

The Arizona Pegmatite Belt Keeps On Giving

Until relatively recently, Arizona wasn’t known as a hotbed of lithium exploration.

It is now.

That’s because some of the largest hard-rock lithium deposits in North America have been found in a largely unexplored belt of pegmatite that extends from about 30 miles northwest of Phoenix, sweeping up through Arizona.

The area has long been known to contain lithium. The first lithium mine there started operating right after World War II.4

However, at the time, lithium wasn’t in great demand. It was used in a few niche applications — but it wasn’t a linchpin of the global economy, the way it is today.

That’s why the area went largely undeveloped for so long. There wasn’t the demand to sustain a buildout of the known lithium deposits.

The story is different today. The US is now the number one country in the world for investment in lithium exploration.5

Lithium is required by nearly every tech device.

It is the crucial fuel we depend on for a clean energy future — powering EVs, and storing periodic renewable energy like wind and solar in batteries for later use.

It’s use has grown enough, everyone is rushing to the Arizona lithium pegmatite belt to find the next great lithium deposit to help satiate the world’s ever-growing demand.

Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) owns the rights to 939 hectares of land in the middle of the Arizona Pegmatite Belt on top of historically worked lithium occurrences, named the Lucky Mica project.

A neighboring project — the Wickenburg project, owned by Patriot Lithium Ltd.  — has already shown “significant lithium anomalies” — with some early drilling results showing pegmatite containing up to 5.88% lithium.6

For reference, 2% concentration or thereabouts is usually a solid, profitable find.

5.88% concentration is nearly off the charts — it would be one of the richest hard rock finds in the world.

Arizona Lithium has increased to a market cap over $50 million, thanks to a relatively small find of around 320,000 tons of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE).7

Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) has historical surface sampling results including 34,850 ppm lithium confirming the prospectivity of Lucky Mica and follows the pattern of nearby  results from other projects.

They have submitted permits to conduct a trenching and sampling program in Q4 2023 with plans to follow up immediately with a maiden exploratory drill program shortly thereafter.

It should start getting results for the Lucky Mica project by the end of the year.

It should take 12-18 months to fully define how much lithium the Lucky Mica project contains.

And it will take another 12-18 months to fully develop it.

Helping the project along, the pegmatite in Arizona is near the surface.

It can be accessed via open-pit mining — which is cheaper, safer, and cleaner than underground mining.

Add in Arizona’s recognition as one of the easiest jurisdictions in which to develop mineral properties, and the Lucky Mica project looks like one of the most straightforward potential wins in the early exploration space.

With early exploration companies, there is always risk. The eventual worth of the company will be dependent on drilling results.

But the Lucky Mica project is not Hertz’s only bite at the apple. There is another.

Nearly 3,000 Hectares In Shouting Distance of Sigma Lithium’s Brazil Property

Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) has purchased the mining rights to the Patriota Lithium project in Minas Gerais, Brazil (no relation to Patriot Lithium in Arizona).

These 2,964 hectares are located 45 km from the largest hard-rock lithium deposit in the Americas — the find that catapulted Sigma Lithium into the majors.

This part of Brazil — “Lithium Valley”— is one of the richest known sources of hard-rock lithium anywhere.

That’s why Hertz’s acquisition of a project in this lithium-rich geology is such a coup. It expands the company’s footprint, diversifies its holdings, and gives the team another chance to show off its superior lithium processing method.

This acquisition shows both Hertz’s confidence in its staying power… and Hertz is currently in the process of closing a strategic acquisition in the hottest lithium district in the world, James Bay, Quebec within the red-hot lithium space.

Canada May Have More Lithium Than Anywhere Else

In the cold northern reaches of Canada… northern Quebec precisely, near James Bay… there’s a lithium rush on.

The area has barely been explored due to its harsh tundra climate.

But today, as we know, demand for lithium is heating up. And early returns from the area show James Bay may have some of the greatest hard rock lithium reserves in the world.

Indeed — one of the largest hard-rock lithium deposits ever discovered  in North America has recently been unearthed here, by Patriot Battery Metals (PMET). They’ve proven 110 Mt of lithium reserves of high quality lithium and the deposit is still open for immense expansion.10

Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF) is in the process of acquiring a district scale project right in the middle of this action.

The area is unexplored, but using simple cursory surveys and observations there are over 100 pegmatite outcrops in Hertz’ property — AC/DC.

The area is so promising, mining giant Rio Tinto, a $165 billion-dollar company, has taken up adjoining property.

All that’s left now is to wait for the first results to start coming in.

Hertz’ project in James Bay may prove the most lucrative properties in the end.

Or it may never equal the Lucky Mica project in Arizona.

Because each project contains risk, the best exploration companies will have more than one active at a time.

It has the wisdom and experience in management to follow these best practices.

And it has the knowledge to find the best potential sites, in the best geologic formations, to maximize the odds of finding a lithium-rich deposit.

However — because Hertz also had the foresight to license a radically improved ore processing technique — even if none of these projects prove profitable, the company is still in good position to prosper with the lithium boom.

The company is in confidential talks with a number of mining names that are well known in the investment world.

6 Reasons to do your research on Hertz Lithium (CSE:HZ,OTCQB:HZLIF)

  1. The lithium market is red-hot. To keep up with demand, supply will have to grow five-fold by 2030.
  2. Hertz has a worldwide licensing agreement for a better lithium processing method. This process — to be named through an investor naming contest — can cut the cost of processing lithium drastically, while saving both energy and time, yet not sacrificing quality.
  3. Hertz owns nearly 1,000 hectares of land in the Arizona Lithium Pegmatite Belt. Nearby mines show lithium concentrations nearly 6%.
  4. Hertz recently acquired nearly 3,000 hectares of land in the Eastern Brazilian Pegmatite Belt. The project is a stone’s throw from the largest hard-rock lithium discovery ever found in South America.
  5. Hertz is awaiting regulatory approval to acquire the 26,581 hectare district scale AC/DC project in James Bay, Canada. This project is proximal to what could become the largest hard-rock lithium discovery in North America.
  6. Hertz has strong support, well-funded. The company is backed by a strong capital markets team with a history of success in the public markets. The Company already has a strong group of investors that believe in its vision, and trust its experienced management team. It will have every chance to prove what it has underground.

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1 https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/07/electric-vehicles-world-enough-lithium-resources/
2 https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/automotive-and-assembly/our-insights/battery-2030-resilient-sustainable-and-circular
3 https://www.eme.psu.edu/sites/www.eme.psu.edu/files/22_poster_contest_shihua_han.pdf
4 https://tucson.com/news/local/mine-tales-midnight-owl-mine-known-for-its-lithium-deposits/article_0fd23987-3763-55a6-b3da-af2bc9ac03a5.html
5 https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/news-insights/latest-news-headlines/us-is-2022-s-top-destination-for-lithium-exploration-75280634
6 https://www.theassay.com/news/patriot-lithium-discovers-significant-lithium-anomalies/
7 https://www.nsenergybusiness.com/projects/big-sandy-lithium-project/
8 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/PLL?p=PLL&ncid=yahooproperties_peoplealso_km0o32z3jzm
9 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/SGML?p=SGML&.tsrc=fin-srch
10 https://www.mining.com/allkem-more-than-doubles-james-bay-lithium-resource-to-110mt/

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1 https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2022/07/electric-vehicles-world-enough-lithium-resources/

2 https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/automotive-and-assembly/our-insights/battery-2030-resilient-sustainable-and-circular

3 https://www.eme.psu.edu/sites/www.eme.psu.edu/files/22_poster_contest_shihua_han.pdf

4 https://tucson.com/news/local/mine-tales-midnight-owl-mine-known-for-its-lithium-deposits/article_0fd23987-3763-55a6-b3da-af2bc9ac03a5.html

5 https://www.spglobal.com/marketintelligence/en/news-insights/latest-news-headlines/us-is-2022-s-top-destination-for-lithium-exploration-75280634

6 https://www.theassay.com/news/patriot-lithium-discovers-significant-lithium-anomalies/

7 https://www.nsenergybusiness.com/projects/big-sandy-lithium-project/

8 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/PLL?p=PLL&ncid=yahooproperties_peoplealso_km0o32z3jzm

9 https://finance.yahoo.com/quote/SGML?p=SGML&.tsrc=fin-srch

10 https://www.mining.com/allkem-more-than-doubles-james-bay-lithium-resource-to-110mt/

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HISTORICAL INFORMATION

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