NOA Lithium Brines – Company Introduction To 3 Exploration Projects In The Lithium Triangle

Taj Singh, President, CEO, and Director of NOA Lithium Brines (TSX.V: NOAL), joins us for a comprehensive overview of the Company projects, management team, financials, and work strategy for 2023.  We start off with a introduction to how this company came together from some of the team and experience at both AbraSilver Resources and Minera Exar (Lithium Americas Corp/Ganfeng), and with substantial landholdings around 3 key salars in Argentina. 


We have Taj break down the 6 drill holes planned in the 3,000 meter Phase 1 exploration program for this year at the flagship Rio Grande Project; with about half the holes planned in the known salar area testing the depth, and the other half of the program drilling 3 more holes around the main basin.  Next we pivoted over to the 4-5 drill holes planned later in the year at the Arizaro Project, very near Lithium Chile’s project and recent good Li grades returned.  Then further down the pipeline is the Salinas Grandes Project, which the team is still very excited to explore as it is located on another prospective lithium salar. 


Taj outlines his background in the mining sector, and a few key people on the management team and board of directors, and then we get into the company financials, key stakeholders, share structure, warrant structure, and budget for this year’s exploration plans.   We wrap up with the key catalysts and overall big picture vision for this newly launched lithium exploration company in the heart of the Lithium Triangle. 


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    Apr 03, 2023 03:17 AM

    Teck Rejects unsolicited bid by Glencore for $22.5 Billion. I think Sibanye Stillwater is ripe for a takeover by another big boy but just like Stillwater Minerals (SYL-PGE) it is flying under the radar when it should be front and center. DT

      Apr 03, 2023 03:05 PM

      Yeah, that was pretty interesting that team at Teck Resources used the ESG concerns as the main reason for declining the Glencore offer (as it would make existing shareholders more exposed to coal and oil production), so it begs the question of who Glencore will offer to pick up next, or who else may have a go at Teck down the road.

      The consolidation in the mining space is starting to pick up more momentum…

    Apr 03, 2023 03:26 AM

    Excellon Resources (TSX-EXN) reverses $22.5 million litigation liability. Excellon has caught the wave this morning on good news instead of sell the news its buy the news. DT