VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 8, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interview with Noram Lithium Corp., Advance Lithium, Generation Mining, and Affinor Growers discussing their latest press releases.
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Noram Lithium Corp (TSXV:NRM) shares PEA results from its Zeus Lithium Project
Noram Lithium (NRM) announced the summary results of a PEA for the high-grade lithium deposit at its wholly-owned Zeus Lithium Project in Nevada. Highlights include $1.299 billion NPV and gross revenue of $303.4 Million/year. Noram Lithium is a Canadian-based junior exploration company focused on developing lithium deposits. Peter Ball, President of Noram Lithium sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news.
Advance Gold (TSXV:AXX) changes name to Advance Lithium
Advance Gold (AAX) has changed its name to Advance Lithium Corp. The rebrand better supports the company's focus on lithium extraction. The company has retained an environmentally friendly lithium and potassium extraction method. Allan Barry Laboucan, President and CEO of Advance Gold Corp. sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the rebrand.
Generation Mining (TSX:GENM) enters into binding agreement to acquire Marathon Project
Generation Mining (GENM) has entered into binding agreement with Stillwater Canada Inc. to become 100 per cent owner of the Marathon Palladium Copper project. Gen Mining will issue 21,759,332 common shares, at a price of $0.69 per share to Sibanye-Stillwater for its 16.5 percent interest in the project. Sibanye-Stillwater will own approximately 19.1 percent of the outstanding common shares of Gen Mining following the transaction. Kerry Knoll, Executive Chairman of Generation Mining sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the news.
Affinor Growers (CSE:AFI) appoints new advisory board member
Affinor Growers has announced that Patrick Carey has joined the advisory board. Pat Carey is a third-generation leader of Wallace & Carey, a leading logistics company. He is a graduate of the F.C. Manning School of Business at Acadia University and a member of several industry organizations and trade groups. Affinor CEO, Nick Brusatore sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the appointment and highlight other company news.
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