Wednesday, 24 September 2014

International Lithium And Ganfeng Lithium: Avalonia Lithium Project, Ireland.

 I would like to present to your attention our Avalonia Lithium project in Ireland today. Now we are back on the ground advancing this J/V with Ganfeng Lithium - one of the top world-wide lithium producers from China. 
  Ganfeng Lithium is closing its purchase of lithium battery maker in China and International Lithium will become part of this vertically integrated lithium business. You can learn more from the materials below and always visit our website for the latest information. You can find me on LinkeIn and Twitter to engage in conversation.
  Recent world-wide public awareness about the climate change and lithium technology advance demonstrated by Tesla Motors, present to us the unique opportunity to capitalise on this trends advancing the development of lithium supply chain. The largest world auto-market is based now in China. The Chinese Premier has announced the war on pollution and electric cars are at the forefront of this development. Our strategic partnership with Ganfeng Lithium opens the doors for our company to participate in these global development in electrification of our transportation.

"Mr. Kirill Klip, President, International Lithium Corp. comments, "We are excited to spearhead this international collaboration and program that sets a precedent for sourcing metals that are imperative to the advancement of mobile devices, electric vehicles and alternative energy. The demand for Lithium is continually on the rise and there are shortage concerns which could impede on the growth of the green technology sector worldwide. The Irish government has taken this risk very seriously and pledged to facilitate the advancement of lithium production as part of an initiative to improve strategic metal supply chains. Together with Ganfeng Lithium, ILC has the opportunity to be part of this development and we are optimistic that we have a new potential source for the lithium battery supply chain".

Mr. Wang Xiaoshen, Vice Chairman/ VP, Ganfeng Lithium Corp. notes, "Recent news that corporations such as Tesla and Panasonic are making significant commitments to build gigafactory battery plants will significantly impact the demand for Lithium. Similarly the Chinese market will become increasingly more important to companies like Tesla in the near future. These two reasons make BLL an ideal prospect for the lithium industry."

International Lithium Corp. Begins Reconnaissance Program and Renames Blackstairs Lithium Project, Ireland.

China Rolls Out Welcome Mat for Electric Cars: Ganfeng Lithium Partners with International Lithium in Argentina and Ireland.

“Ganfeng has an army of lithium-focused geologists who looked at projects in every corner of the planet,” stated ILC president Kirill Klip in an exclusive interview, “but they chose ILC to do business with. This is a big de-risking factor for our current and future shareholders. The Chinese do their homework. They believe in the geology of our assets, our management and our development strategy.” Read more.

International Lithium:

International Lithium Corp. Begins Reconnaissance Program and Renames Blackstairs Litihum Project, Ireland

    Vancouver, B.C. September 17, 2014: International Lithium Corp. (the "Company" or "ILC") (TSX VENTURE:ILC.V) is pleased to announce the commencement of the first phase of a EUR€1,600,000 (approximately CAN$2,300,000) exploration program on the newly named Avalonia Lithium project located in Leinster province of southeastern Ireland. Pursuant to the Option Agreement announced on March 19, 2014 and Company News Release dated July 30, 2014, strategic partner Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd. ("Ganfeng or "GFL") has advanced EUR€500,000 (approximately CAN$725,000) for the first phase of the program.

    The first cash advance of the multi-phase program will be used to conduct regional scale geological mapping and geochemical surveys in preparation for drill target selection. Crews are now on-site. The newly acquired results will be compiled with existing data and known mineralized occurrences to prioritize exploratory drilling and resource delineation drilling in subsequent phases. ILC is manager of the project and will receive a management fee of up to 10% of the exploration expenditures.

    In respect of the expanded scale of the target area, the Company has elected to choose a name for the project that better reflects the potential for a significant lithium discovery within the over 50 kilometre strike length of the East Carlow Deformation Zone and the associated Leinster granites that host the lithium bearing pegmatites. The project will now be known as the Avalonia Lithium project.

    The name is derived from an ancient micro-continent called Avalonia which, during the closing of the Iapetus Ocean (the Caledonian orogeny), collided with the European continent (Baltica) and the North American continent (Laurentia). The collision created a deep extensive suture zone (Iapetus suture zone) well recognized as an excellent structural domain to produce Li and Rare Metal enriched pegmatite bodies. The suture extends from Norway to the British Isles, Southeast Ireland, Newfoundland, and the Eastern USA where the suture zone is known to host the Kings Mountain and Bessemer City lithium mines.

    The Avalonia Lithium project's Li and Rare Metal enriched pegmatite field is situated along the highly prospective Southeast Ireland segment (the East Carlow Deformation zone) of the Iapetus suture zone.

    About the Avalonia Lithium Project

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