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Top 5 Reasons to Dig American Lithium Corp.

Canada TSX: (LI)
U.S. OTC: (LIACF)

  1. With robust land positioning consisting of over four thousand acres at their TLC project near Tonopah, NV, American Lithium Corp. stands to potentially benefit significantly from Executive Order 14017.(1)
  2. American Lithium Corp.’s TLC project near Tonopah, NV is only 390 km (242 miles) from the Tesla Gigafactory.(10) This could make them an obvious target for Tesla’s lithium supply needs.
  3. In March 2021, American Lithium was a co-recipient of a U.S. Department of Energy Grant.(6) This grant totaled 50% of the capital cost for a $4.5 million lithium extraction/hydroxide pilot plant.(6) This grant also adds more scalability and added revenue potential.
  4. American Lithium Corp.’s amenable to rapid lithium extraction using warm sulfuric acid leaching. In fact, it’s reached 92% lithium extraction in 10 minutes while the competition’s time can be as much as 1 hour.(5)
  5. American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) is up 58.77% year-over-year as of August 29, 2021,(7) while most of its daily technical indicators are green.(8)

It’s no longer a secret – Lithium demand is off the charts.

You can thank the growing need to supply EV battery manufacturers for that.

“A new demand surge is already looming in the form of the multiple ‘green stimulus’ packages as governments try and kick-start locked-down economies. You don’t have to be a market genius to see that another price boom is coming sooner or later as an under-powered supply chain has to catch up with the next demand surge.”(9)

With all that doom and hand wringing, American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​​LIACF) could be sitting on numerous positive catalysts offering once-in-a-generation type potential.

One potential catalyst is Executive Order 14017, which defines lithium as a critical mineral. This is to support U.S battery independence.(1)

Right now, there are two countries responsible for the bulk of North America’s lithium imports: Argentina and Chile. But there is a big push for supplies to be domestically produced in an environmentally and economically sustainable way.

In test after test, American Lithium’s TLC project in Tonapah, NV, has checked all the boxes.(10) Today, it stands out as potentially a top U.S. lithium supplier.

American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) Is on a Nice 1-Year Run

Between August 30, 2020, and August 29, 2021, the LIACF stock is up a healthy 58.77%, moving from $1.14 to a close of $1.81 on August 29, 2021.(7)

During that year, there were two massive moves. On September 24, 2020, LIACF hit a low of $0.69. It promptly went on an incredible 358% run to top out at $3.16 on February 11, 2021.(6)

LIACF lost momentum and settled down some. Then on August 20, 2021, after closing at $1.25, it made another nice 44.8% move to a $1.81 close on August 29, 2021.(6)

As of August 30, 2021, the daily technical indicators are flashing green, as well.(8)

Who is American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF)?

American Lithium is actively engaged in acquiring, exploring, and developing lithium deposits within mining-friendly jurisdictions throughout the Americas. The company is currently exploring and developing the TLC project located in Nevada’s highly prospective Esmeralda lithium district.

TLC is close to infrastructure, 3.5 hours south of the Tesla Gigafactory, and in the same basinal environment as Albemarle’s Silver Peak lithium mine and several advancing deposits and resources, including Ioneer Ltd.’s (formerly Global Geoscience) Rhyolite Ridge and Cypress Development Corp.’s Clayton Valley project.

Excellent Social- and Ecological Impact & Tesla Target Supplier?

The sediment lithium deposits in the company’s TLC project sit at surface level. Literally 0-50 meters down.(12) So there’s no need to even dig a hole, which means cleaner mining with a much smaller footprint.

How does it work? They cut out the surface and process the metals they want and put the inner rock back in.

In mining terms, it’s called cut and cover.

What’s even more fascinating about their TLC project is the location. It’s only 390 km (242 miles) from the Tesla Gigafactory.(10) Imagine a potential “down the road” customer who demands clean mining.

This could be a potential target for Tesla to secure its lithium supply.

Another big plus is that American Lithium’s TLC project boasts ready access to basic inputs. They own water rights, they’ve bought down royalties, they have ready access to limestone for liming, soda ash, sulfur, natural gas, and water.(12)
These potential catalysts give the company a substantial local advantage, especially with the U.S. heading 100% toward domestic lithium production.(4)

More On American Lithium Corp.’s Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) U.S. Based Jewel – The TLC Lithium Claystone Property

The strategically located TLC Claystone project is nestled in one of the world’s most underdeveloped lithium sedimentary basins near Tonopah, NV.

It is in the same geological environment as Albemarle’s world-class Silver Peak lithium mine and several advanced-stage lithium projects.

2019 drill program samples assayed up to 2,285 ppm lithium with numerous samples over 1,000 ppm lithium. Associated grab samples over 2 square miles showed up to 1,690 ppm lithium, with 28% of samples over 1,000 ppm lithium. Company spectrographic analysis identified samples as high as 2,460 ppm lithium.(13)

In a mineral resource estimate prepared by Stantec Consulting Ltd. for the TLC Lithium Claystone property, Maiden pit-constrained Resource (at 400 ppm cut-off) of 1.107 million Mt was Measured and Indicated. In addition, 362,000 Mt Inferred contains 5.37 million Mt Lithium Carbonate Equivalent M+I, and 1.76 million Mt LCE Inferred were found.(13)

CEO Michael Kobler stated “We are extremely excited with these results, as they confirm the real scale of this project. We now plan to complete more metallurgical work and process testing, followed by an economic evaluation in the form of a prefeasibility study.”(13)

Today’s Lithium Miner: Cleaner. Better. Faster.

American Lithium Corp claims one of the fastest lithium processing times related to their peers. This speedier process helps to lower the cost of lithium production. Their leeching can potentially recover more than 90 percent of the lithium, which is more and much faster than comparable lithium casing projects.(5)

In a massive game-changer, the company reported that its TLC Claystone project is amenable to rapid lithium extraction using warm sulfuric acid leaching. This means American Lithium could reach 92% lithium extraction in just 10 minutes.(5) Mind-blowing.

American Lithium Corp.’s Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) Latest Acquisition Could Combine Two of the Planet’s Largest Lithium Development Projects

American Lithium Corp. recently acquired lithium company Plateau Energy through an all-stock bid.(12) Plateau Energy has significant lithium and uranium deposits in Peru. Even better, they have a well-respected and robust technical and engineering team that perfectly complements the team at American Lithium.

This brings the company two more ready-for-market assets and a rock-solid team, all under one roof.

Listen to Company Director Andrew Bowering Talk About the Exciting Happenings at American Lithium Corp.

American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF): Co-recipient of a $4.5M U.S. Department of Energy Grant(6)

In March 2021, the company was a co-recipient of a U.S. Department of Energy Grant.(6) This grant totaled 50% of the capital cost for a $4.5 million lithium extraction/hydroxide pilot plant.(6)

The grant provided funding to complete field demonstration of selective leaching targeted purification and electrochemical production of battery-grade lithium hydroxide precursor from U.S. glacier deposits.(6)

The best part? This just adds additional growth potential and excellent scalability for the company. As if it didn’t already have enough bullish potential catalysts working in its favor.

Top 5 Reasons to Dig American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​​LIACF)

  1. With robust land positioning consisting of over four thousand acres at their TLC project near Tonopah, NV, American Lithium Corp. stands to potentially benefit significantly from Executive Order 14017.(1)
  2. American Lithium Corp.’s TLC project near Tonopah, NV is only 390 km (242 miles) from the Tesla Gigafactory.(10) This could make them an obvious target for Tesla’s lithium supply needs.
  3. In March 2021, American Lithium was a co-recipient of a U.S. Department of Energy Grant.(6) This grant totaled 50% of the capital cost for a $4.5 million lithium extraction/hydroxide pilot plant.(6) This grant also adds more scalability and added revenue potential.
  4. American Lithium Corp.’s amenable to rapid lithium extraction using warm sulfuric acid leaching. In fact, it’s reached 92% lithium extraction in 10 minutes while the competition’s time can be as much as 1 hour.(5)
  5. American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) is up 58.77% year-over-year as of August 29, 2021,(7) while most of its daily technical indicators are green.(8)

Meet the Team Leaders Advancing American Lithium Corp. Canada TSX: (LI) U.S. OTC: (​LIACF) to a Sustainable, Profitable, and Cleaner Future

 

Michael Kobler, B.Sc. — CEO & Director

Over the past 35 years, Michael Kobler has specialized in identifying, acquiring, developing, and producing natural resource opportunities throughout the world and overseeing the design and construction of several infrastructure projects. He has served in various roles for early-stage companies, including the chairman, CEO, president, technical advisor, engineer, and project manager. He has been a founder and a significant shareholder in many of these ventures. Kobler has a strong record of success in the exploration, permitting, and de-risking of resource projects. In 2005, Kobler was a co-founder and CEO of Osum Oil Sands Corp. He oversaw the analysis and acquisitions of the original oil sands leases that form the core of Osum’s projects Cold Lake and the Saleski carbonates, Alberta.

Andrew Bowering, B.A. — Director

Andrew Bowering is a venture capitalist with 30 years of operational experience and leadership in mineral exploration and development worldwide. He has founded, funded, and built teams that have operated numerous companies to pursue precious, base, and industrial metals from early exploration to production. Bowering is an owner and founder of Sunrise Drilling Ltd. and has owned and operated drilling companies for the past 20 years. He has held senior management positions in a variety of capacities. Mr. Bowering has also been responsible for the acquisition and sale of several assets and the raising of upwards of US$250 million in development capital. Bowering has operated and managed programs throughout North and South America and abroad. He is a founder, director, and shareholder of Millennial Lithium Corp and other publicly traded companies primarily focused on the battery metals space.

Simon Clarke — Director

Simon Clarke brings 25 years of experience building companies and implementing successful capital markets and growth strategies focused on mining, energy, and energy technology. Most recently, Clarke was the founder, CEO, and director of M2 Cobalt Corp., which sold to Jervois Mining Ltd. in June 2019. He offers significant experience and knowledge of the battery metals space. His roles with M2 Cobalt and Jervois Mining involved managing government and stakeholder initiatives relating to the supply of battery metals in several jurisdictions. In particular, he has first-hand experience of the critical minerals initiatives in the United States and the urgent need to develop domestic sources of supply of critical minerals, including battery-grade lithium. Clarke was a co-founder of Osum Oil Sands Corp., which, together with American Lithium CEO Michael Kobler, built a company valued at over US$1 billion at its peak. He remains a board observer at Osum and is currently CEO of Apollo Gold Corp.

G. A. (Ben) Binninger — Director

A. Binninger is a chemical engineer who brings a wealth of experience in senior management and board roles over a career spanning more than 35 years. Binningerhas held several high-profile positions in various sectors, including mining, energy, materials, environmental and advanced technologies. He has direct experience in lithium and related minerals, having been CEO of Potash Minerals and a member of the Advisory Board of Millennial Lithium. He has also created sophisticated process and services companies for global leaders such as Rio Tinto and ARCO. Binninger will provide critical strategic advice as the development of the TLC Lithium Project continues to evolve in line with continued de-risking. All as the need for large-scale, domestic lithium projects becomes more widely recognized.

Graham Ballachey — Vice President of Engineering

Graham Ballachey is a mechanical engineer with a physics and chemistry background and 13 years of experience within various industries, including combustion research, manufacturing, energy optimization, building design, project management, construction management, process development, and product development. Ballachey has extensive experience in both experimentations, engineering, and design and the management of engineers, consultants, technologists, and construction projects of over US$1.2 million in capital. He has successfully procured over $500,000 from government and utility grants.

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