U.S. Opens Path for Junior to Tap Clayton Valley’s Est. 300,000+ Tons of Lithium1

Editorial Feature | June 3, 2022 | Industry 

All eyes are on ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHF) to help close critical supply gap.

“We need to act now to develop domestic lithium battery capabilities”– Jennifer Granholm, June 14, 2021

You keep hearing about America’s lithium shortage.

About how we don’t have enough of the critical mineral to fuel the transition to clean energy.

You hear that the U.S. must rely on imports from countries like China, Chile and Bolivia.

So it may surprise you to know that America has more lithium than nearly every country in the world.

Only Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile have more.2

Our vast underground deposits are even greater than Australia’s.

But while Australia produces 42,000 tons of the critical mineral a year, the U.S. produces just a fraction of that, a trickle at 5,000 tons.

  • For 55 years only one mine has been allowed to tap America’s vast underground lithium deposits.

Deposits estimate the United States alone could hold more than 7.9 million tons.3

Enough to fuel the clean energy revolution for the next decade.

Just one mine, the Silver Peak project owned by Albemarle Corp, is America’s only domestic supplier.

In 2010, the U.S. Department of Energy awarded a $28.4 million grant to expand capacity at Silver Peak, resulting in a doubling of production.

Silver Peak’s output helped make Albemarle the world’s biggest lithium producer for EV batteries.4

Currently this mine produces 3,500 metric tonnes of lithium per year, but has the capacity to produce 6,000. It’s one of two world class mines operated by Albemarle with the other being in the Salar de Atacama, Chile.

ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHF) launches a new era for U.S. lithium explorers

There’s a whole lot more lithium in the vast underground deposits where Silver Peak has been the sole producer.

Washington is pulling out all the stops to get at it.

The Biden administration, following the path of the Trump administration before it, is greenlighting a handful of very well-positioned companies to bring out as much lithium as they can at as fast a pace as they can.

  •  One shrewd company has maneuvered to secure claims adjoining Silver Peak to the southwest, a massive 2,440 acres.

That positions ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHF) at the epicentre of lithium exploration and production in the US, next to a source which has been a productive supply of lithium for six decades.

No wonder Tesla built its gigafactory here

Albemarle’s Silver Peak mine sits atop Clayton Valley’s world-class brine deposit.5

  • A deposit so rich that the U.S. Geological Survey calls it “the best-known [brine] deposit in the world.”6

So it’s no wonder that Elon Musk decided to build his first Tesla battery plant just 200 miles to the north of Silver Peak and ACME.

Because that precise spot, in a desolate corner of Nevada, is:

  • One of only three places in the world that produce the lithium chloride needed to make li-ion batteries.7

At full capacity, the gigafactory will consume 35,000 tons of lithium carbonate per year to manufacture its batteries.8

That is equal to around 14% of current global output, and immensely more than the Silver Peak mine alone can produce.

Tesla’s business plan calls for the EV leader to produce 500,000 cars per year, a level that will require today’s entire global supply of lithium.9

Already, the gigafactory makes more li-ion batteries than all other carmakers in the world combined.10

To reach an output of a half million EVs per year, Tesla’s going to need to secure a whole lot more lithium carbonate.

And that puts this strategic location at the center of America’s domestic lithium production goals.

The place is Clayton Valley, a 45-square mile ancient dry lake bed in Esmeralda County, Nevada. The salt-caked valley floor is surrounded by mountains and ridges that were formed about six million years ago by volcanic uprise.

Mining is steeped into the history of Clayton Valley. To date, this region has already proved to be a vital source of lithium, and signs suggest mining operations have only scratched the surface.

For thousands of years, lithium has leached steadily from those volcanic rocks and made its way into the water table of the Clayton Valley.10

Named after Joshua E Clayton, a settler and mining engineer, the lithium rich brines pumped up from the ground here currently provide a third of America’s lithium requirements.

The metal is thought to originate from the Tertiary volcanics which abound in the area. While the region has been producing lithium from rich brine pools since the 60s, it’s only recently garnering heavy attention.

Now it only remains for ACME to tap into these vast underground brine pools.

With it’s upcoming drill program, all eyes are going to be on ACME Lithium

ACME just went public on the CSE in April 2021. Right out of the gate, the junior explorer and developer (E&D) made a bold move on a coveted 122-claim package abutting Albemarle’s prolific Silver Peak project.

There are only three places in the world that produce the lithium chloride needed to make li-ion batteries.

One is the Salar de Atacama region of Chile. Another is the Salar de Hombre Muerto in Argentina.

The third is Clayton Lake, Nevada, where lithium chloride has made Albemarle the world’s biggest li-ion battery supplier, a $27.34 billion behemoth.12

ACME recently completed a two phase geological survey targeting lithium brine, which entailed a gravity survey including a total of 120 gravity stations acquired over the claim area on a grid of 250 meters, as well as a Hybrid-Source Audio-Magnetotellurics (HSMAT) survey.

And now ACME expects to commence drilling in Q2 of 2022, after receiving very exciting results that identified multiple near-surface lithium targets.13

The company just announced it’s project operator GeoXplor Corporation has received a letter of approval under a “Notice of Intent to Drill” from the United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM). They are now in the final stages of completing the preparatory work required to commence drilling operations including securing drilling and hydrogeological services, as well as additional permits required.

Two Ways To Play One Of The World’s Dominant Trends

But that’s just the beginning. You see, ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFcurrently holds more than 200 claims on two separate projects, all within the lithium-rich flats of Esmeralda County, Nevada.

Their Clayton Valley project, which boasts a 100% interest in 122 claims totalling 2,440 acres, is raw and bursting with potential because it abuts a famous lithium mine.

And their Fish Lake Valley project looks to hold historic concentrations. ACME currently holds a 100% interest in 81 lode mining claims totalling 1,620 acres there.

Now, the company is undertaking an extensive exploration campaign to uncover targets at both.

Fish Lake Valley, Nevada’s Lithium Windfall

Nearby you’ll find another area rich in significant potential – Fish Lake Valley. This 25-mile-long endothermic valley has long been viewed as a prospective source of lithium. Even back in the 70s analysis of the water in Fish Lake revealed high levels of the white metal.

Until recently it has been unexploited, simply due to lack of demand. But that is changing rapidly.

Just a few months back, ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME| OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME| OTCQB: ACLHF) commenced field work at its claim group in Fish Lake Valley which resulted in surface lithium values up to 410 ppm lithium.

Follow up work, as well as mapping, is intended to better understand the geological model and focus on traverses along a major drainage area where higher lithium values occurred.

Further analysis will assist with drill hole targeting and access routes for potential drill sites25.

One Of The Best Mining Jurisdictions On The Planet

The best part of the story is that ACME can move forward with exploration and drilling plans, without seasonal shifts or bureaucracy slowing their progress.

You see, Nevada is not the only source of lithium in the States… it’s been named the best mining jurisdiction in the world by the Fraser Institute.

The Nevada government has always been mining friendly, going back to the gold rush era, when mines began popping up like wildfire during the mid-1800s.

It was the Nevada’s abundant mineral wealth which established it as a state in the first place. And it remains key to the State’s economy in the modern age. Governments have pledged to the promotion of mineral exploration and development, and see lithium as another key player in its future.

Furthermore, the state benefits from excellent road, rail and air infrastructure, which makes it easily accessible. And the warm climate means mining can continue all year round.

ACME Lithium (CSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHFCSE: ACME | OTCQB: ACLHF) Key Milestones Ahead in 2022

Founded in 2020, ACME is well financed with  working capital of C$11.9 million and no debt.

As they look to the future, the company is well capitalized to advance its two Nevada projects, as well as potentially acquire accretive projects in the lithium and EV space.

That means the immediate future holds significant growth potential, based on a few factors.

  1. Drilling results: With roads and drill pad constructed and final permitting in hand, drill equipment has been mobilized and is enroute to commence drilling lithium brine very soon. ACME’s potential for resulting news coverage could continue to garner significant attention
  2. New economic assessment: Based on positive results, an economic assessment is a potential key milestone ahead.

The Right Address, The Right Market, The Right People

  • They sit on a massive opportunity next to a proven source of lithium.
  • With geological targets ready to drill.
  • And the capital to meet there near term objectives.

Furthermore, their management team has extensive experience in financial markets and mining. They bring an outstanding track record in explorations and production of lithium sources around the world.

Stephen Hanson, Director, president and CEO, has headed up companies in numerous sectors including oil, gas, mining and alternative energies. He’s been successful in a number of M&A strategies including several exits for major firms.

Zara Kanji, CFO and corporate secretary, has worked in financial reporting for junior listed companies, and is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC and Canada.

Vivian Katsuris, Director, specializes in corporate development, management, consulting and corporate services. She brings almost three decades of financial experience in the brokerage industry.

Yanis Tsitos is a geophysicist with almost 30 years’ experience in the mining industry. He has 19 years with BHP Billiton, group one of the biggest mining companies in the world. He is also currently president of Goldsource Mines a TSXV listed company, and sits on several boards as an independent director.

William Feyerabend is a Certified Professional Geologist and a member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists. He has direct working experience in the exploration and development of lithium projects, including technical reports in Nevada.

What to Do Now…

Everything about the way we live, work and power the economy is evolving, and it’s all happening right now. The companies which benefit from this historic shift have the potential to enjoy dramatic growth over a short space of time.

And lithium is one of the sectors that should be on everyone’s radar.

To get started on your due diligence, head to the ACME Lithium website, which has all the information you need including:

BREAKING NEWS

ACME Lithium Announces $3 Million Funding Agreement with Lithium Royalty Corporation

ACME Lithium announced it has entered into a $3 Million funding agreement with Lithium Royalty Corporation, a leading battery material investor that partners with companies whose assets exhibit high grade, low cost, and key technical attributes.

LRC will purchase a 2% Gross Overriding Royalty over ACME’s south east Manitoba projects at Euclid-Cat Lake and Shatford Lake, with proceeds directed to exploration.

1https://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1802/k/pp1802k.pdf pK10
2https://www.nsenergybusiness.com/features/six-largest-lithium-reserves-world/
3https://pubs.usgs.gov/periodicals/mcs2021/mcs2021.pdf
4https://miningglobal.com/top10/5-largest-lithium-mining-companies-world
5https://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1802/k/pp1802k.pdf pK10
6https://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2013/1006/OF13-1006.pdf
7http://www.meridian-int-res.com/Projects/Lithium_Problem_2.pdf
8https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/cen-09431-notw8#:~:text=%E2%80%9CTesla%20is%20starting%20to%20lock,measured%20in%20lithium%20carbonate%20equivalents.
9https://www.tesla.com/gigafactory
10Ibid
11https://pubs.usgs.gov/pp/1802/k/pp1802k.pdf
12http://www.meridian-int-res.com/Projects/Lithium_Problem_2.pdf
13https://acmelithium.com/2021/12/20/acme-lithium-files-notice-of-intent-to-drill-lithium-brine-project-at-clayton-valley-nevada/
14Government Takes Historic Step Towards Net Zero: Government takes historic step towards net-zero with end of sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2030 – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
15EU proposes effective bank for new fossil fuel cars: EU proposes effective ban for new fossil-fuel cars from 2035 | Reuters
16https://www.forbes.com/sites/danrunkevicius/2020/12/07/as-tesla-booms-lithium-is-running-out/?sh=5acf1f951a44
17https://www.forbes.com/sites/danrunkevicius/2020/12/07/as-tesla-booms-lithium-is-running-out/?sh=5acf1f951a44
18https://www.cnbc.com/2018/05/30/electric-vehicles-will-grow-from-3-million-to-125-million-by-2030-iea.html
19http://www.meridian-int-res.com/Projects/How_Much_Lithium_Per_Battery.pdf
20Powering Smart Cities with Lithium Ion Batteries: Powering Up Smart Cities with Lithium-ion Batteries (reuters.com)
21Lithium price: Lithium | 2017-2021 Data | 2022-2023 Forecast | Price | Quote | Chart | Historical (tradingeconomics.com)
22Lithium Prices Q2: Lithium Market Update: Q2 2021 in Review | Price, Supply, Demand | INN (investingnews.com)
23Global Lithium Demand to More than Double by 2024: Global lithium demand to more than double by 2024 on EV growth: GlobalData | S&P Global Platts (spglobal.com)
24ACME Lithium Completes Phase 1 Geological Survey: ACME Lithium Completes Phase 1 Geophysical Survey Targeting Lithium Brine (investingnews.com)
25ACME commences Field Work at Fish Lake Valley: ACME Lithium Commences Field Work at Fish Lake Valley Nevada (investingnews.com)

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