Thu, Aug 19, 2021 at 3:00 PM
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Join the live discussion surrounding mining in Latin America, featuring leaders of the industry as they not only detail their own projects, but provide useful insight into the region itself, and what it means to mine there.
American Lithium Corporation (TSX.V: LI) (US OTC: LIACF) (Frankfurt: 5LA1) is well-positioned to play a key role in society’s shift to a secure, sustainable new energy paradigm in the Americas. In the US, the company owns the TLC claystones lithium deposit, which is in close proximity to the Tesla giga-factory in Nevada. Following the acquisition of Plateau Energy Metals, American Lithium is advancing the large-scale Falchani hard rock lithium deposit, as well as one of Latin America’s most prolific uranium deposits, known as Macusani – both of which are located in southeastern Peru. With a near-term focus on these mining-friendly jurisdictions, the company has the advantage of both geographic and geological diversity in developing these world-class, scalable projects. Of particular significance is the fact that the safe, secure supply of strategic battery/energy metals is of growing importance. Especially after the US government’s introduction of its “critical minerals” initiatives to secure domestic supplies, as well as additional supplies from other “friendly” nations, such as Peru.
Element 29 Resources Inc., (E29), is a mineral exploration company engaged in the acquisition, exploration and evaluation of resource properties with a focus on its two copper properties located in Peru. The Company’s principal objective is to explore and develop the Flor de Cobre and Elida copper projects, and to identify other properties worthy of investment and exploration.
Millennial is focused on the development of its flagship lithium brine project, Pastos Grandes, situated in the province of Salta in the Lithium Triangle of Argentina. Lithium producers in the Triangle include SQM, Albemarle, Livent Corp. and Orocobre.
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Simon ClarkeCEO & DirectorMr. Clarke brings 25 years of experience in building companies and implementing successful capital markets and growth strategies focused in mining, energy, and energy technology. Most recently, Mr. Clarke was the founder, CEO, and director of M2 Cobalt Corp. (cobalt/copper exploration in East Africa) which sold to Jervois Mining Ltd. in June 2019. He offers significant experience and knowledge of the battery metals space and his roles with M2 Cobalt and Jervois Mining involved managing government and stakeholder initiatives relating to the supply of battery metals in a number of jurisdictions. In particular, he has the 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.
Dr. Laurence StefanPresident, COO & DirectorDr. Laurence Stefan, the founder of Plateau Energy Metals (formerly Macusani Yellowcake), has over 30 years of experience in the mining industry (exploration, development, mining, processing and marketing), serving as managing director in Peru since 2007. Dr. Stefan previously worked at Gold Fields of South Africa and JCI Pty. Ltd., where he was involved in the beneficiation of a wide variety of solid metal/non-metal commodities. He has vast experience covering over 100 projects on six continents and led the discovery team for the Falchani lithium project.
Brian R. BoothP. Geo. President, CEO and Executive Director of Element 29Brian brings more than 30 years of experience in mineral exploration throughout Canada, Europe and southeast Asia. Brian was previously CEO and Board Member of Pembrook Copper Corp., where he developed the copper resource at Pecoy in Peru. He also served as the CEO, President and Director of Lake Shore Gold Corp., where he completed an acquisition of the Bell Creek mine and mill and led the team that discovered the Timmins West, Thunder Creek and Bell Creek deep deposits. Brian began his career as a geologist on the Casa Berardi gold discoveries in Quebec. He opened Inco's exploration office in Val d'Or, Quebec and is credited with the discovery of the Douay West gold deposit in 1990 and was subsequently appointed to the board of Societe D'Exploration Miniere Vior Inc. In 1994, as Inco's Manager Exploration, Eastern North America, he conducted the preliminary assessment of the Voisey's Bay Ni-Cu-Co discovery. Brian later managed Inco's exploration office in Jakarta and was involved, through a JV with Highlands Gold, in the discovery of the Beutong copper porphyry in Sumatra. He holds a B.Sc. in Geology from McGill University and is also a member of the Professional Geoscientists of Ontario. Brian is also a director of SSR Mining Inc. and GFG Resources Inc.
Alex LangerVP of Capital MarketsMr. Langer is a successful public markets specialist with over 15 years of experience.
He started his career as an Investment Advisor with Canaccord Genuity, where he helped fund over 100 private and publicly listed companies including the IPOs for Endeavour Silver, Fortuna Silver, and Great Panther.
Most recently he was Co-Founder and Vice President of Prime Mining (TSXV) and Millennial Lithium (TSXV) where he handled Capital Markets for both companies. He is a founding Director of Reyna Silver Corp. (TSXV). He is President and CEO of Sierra Madre Gold and Silver (TSXV).
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