Corvette Property: Outcrops CV1, 2, 5 and 6 Fly Over (Moving West)
Allkem – Feasibility Report Dec 2021;
Critical Elements Lithium Corp NI43 – 101 Technical Report July 2022;
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.
Situated within the La Grande Greenstone Belt, the Corvette Property hosts significant mineral potential over multiple deposit types.
The CV Lithium Trend is an emerging spodumene pegmatite district discovered by the Company in 2017
Patriot Battery Metals owns 100% of a 214 km2 land package situated along a ~50 km prospective lithium pegmatite trend.
In excess of 70 lithium pegmatite outcrops identified over +20 km of trend evaluated to date
Over 70 lithium pegmatite outcrops identified over +20 km of trend evaluated to date
Approximately +20 km of trend remains to be explored for lithium pegmatite outcrop
Six distinct clusters of lithium pegmatite outcrop identified to date along the CV Lithium Trend
Core area of the trend includes cluster of spodumene pegmatite outcrop (CV1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, & 11) where drilling has defined a principal spodumene pegmatite body (CV5) extending for at least 2.6 km in length, and remains open along strike and to depth
Spodumene is the dominant lithium-bearing mineral present. No significant petalite, lithium-phosphate minerals, or apatite present.
Corvette | Preliminary Metallurgy
With only 15 km to the High Voltage power lines connected to one of the world’s largest hydro power schemes in the world (La Grande-4), there is potential for PMET to use only primarily green energy for operations.
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Visual observations relating to the abundance of spodumene crystals logged in the drill core should not be considered a substitute for a laboratory analysis. Assay results are required to determine the grade of mineralisation identified in geological logging
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“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 Metals., a Qualified Person and registered permit holder with the Ordre des Géologues de Québec”