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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area
    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
     

    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible

    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area
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    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible

    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area
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    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible

    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area
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    2016 Project Highlights

    • In conjunction with consultants World Industrial Minerals, Zenith Minerals sampled five historical drill holes which returned results of 465 ppm Li – 3,577 ppm Li
    • The project area was mapped and identified a saponite bearing clay horizon, which suggests potential to find mineralized clay at or near the surface for most of the project area

    2017 Project Highlights

    • Surface sampling completed showed results of over 1,500 ppm Li
    • Geophysics was completed in order to determine the thickness of the clay units
    • During August 2017, samples grading up to  1,680 ppm Li were sent for leaching tests, preliminary results showed that extraction of up to 90% is possible
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    2016

    • Reconnaissance surface auger/post hole sampling conducted from depths of 1m – 2m, results showed grades of 33 ppm Li to 192 ppm Li
    • Water bores located within 1km of the project area found lithium levels of 1.2 ppm Li, indicating potential lithium enriched waters at depth
    • Passive seismic geophysical survey confirmed presence of thick, sedimentary sequence bounded by basin margin faults, being similar to those found at the Silver Peak lithium brine operation

    2017

    Magnetotelluric geophysical survey identified a conductive layer in the upper 200m – 300m spanning the full width of the project area, and being stronger and shallower than similar Nevada projects