Allkem – Feasibility Report Dec 2021;
Critical Elements Lithium Corp NI43 – 101 Technical Report Nov 29, 2017;
Nemaska Lithium Inc, NI43-1010 Technical Report Aug 2019;
Guo Ao Feasibility Study Report 2019
Management cautions that past results or discoveries on proximal properties may not necessarily be indicative to the mineralization present on the Company’s properties
CV5 pegmatite outcrop – 220m x 40m
Intervals presented are core length. True width of intervals is not well constrained although geological modeling indicates a true width of the pegmatite body in the area to be approximately 60m.
CF21-001: 0.93% Li2O, 114ppm Ta2O5 over 146.8m, including 1.09% Li2O, 108ppm Ta2O5 over 73.0m, & including 1.01% Li2O, 145ppm Ta2O5 over 54.6m
CF21-002: 0.94% Li2O, 117ppm Ta2O5 over 155.1m, including 1.38% Li2O, 160ppm Ta2O5 over 38.0m, & including 1.14% Li2O, 104ppm Ta2O5 over 44.0m
CF21-003: 1.25% Li2O, 194ppm Ta2O5 over 58.1m, including 1.80% Li2O, 264ppm Ta2O5 over 33.0m
Channel sample CV1 – CH03, 1.36% Li2O, 128ppm Ta2O5 over 11m
The high number of well-mineralized pegmatites in this core area of the trend indicates a strong potential for a series of relatively closely spaced / stacked, sub-parallel, and sizable spodumene-bearing pegmatite bodies, with significant lateral and depth extent, to be present
With only 15 km to the High Voltage power lines connected to one of the worlds largest hydro power schemes in the world, there is potential for PMET to produce ‘green lithium’.
Note: Patriot Battery Metals was formerly known as Gaia Metals Corp.
“The technical information herein has been prepared in accordance with the Canadian regulatory requirements set out in NI 43-101 and reviewed on behalf of the Company by Mr. Darren L. Smith, M.Sc., P.Geo., and Vice President of Exploration for Patriot Battery Metas., a Qualified Person and registered permit holder with the Ordre des Géologues de Québec”