Wednesday, 10 October 2018

Building A Green Energy Metals Royalty Co. TNR Gold: The Battery Boom Has Created A New Lithium Superpower In China.




Thank you, David Stringer, for your interest in our story and our congratulations go today to Ganfeng Lithium Team celebrating their IPO in Hong Kong! 

“They understood so many years back -- in the early 2000s -- that lithium would be driving all of the green energy revolution,” said Kirill Klip, a former executive with Ganfeng’s first overseas partner, International Lithium Corp., who joined the working party in Ireland. “It’s a very hands-on approach, literally -- they were working with our geologists turning over rocks, studying all the lithium boulders,” said Klip, now executive chairman of TNR Gold Corp. Bloomberg.



At TNR Gold we are moving forward and building A Green Energy Metals Royalty Company by expanding our capital base and business model. Our Royalty with ILC on Mariana Lithium project in Argentina, which is being developed by Ganfeng Lithium, is among core potential royalty streams in our Royalty Portfolio. This is the essence of our business model when industry leaders like Ganfeng and McEwen Mining are the operators on the projects which will potentially generate royalty streams for our Company.


Like in 2008 when at TNR Gold we were building International Lithium portfolio, now it is time to study, build our network and educate the market about the new frontiers. Honor, Commitment and Loyalty: the drive which has made John Davies The Mentor - will always attract the High-Frequency Energy which is connecting our Team. Everything that cannot stand the power of light will be left in the dust. These core values demand a lot of very hard work and will be the best compass to navigate us towards new and exciting grounds of the future when Green Energy rEVolution will be merging with Blockchain Technology, making many dreams possible.





Everything is not so difficult in the end, the future is already here, we just have to remember it.






Building A Green Energy Metals Royalty Company: TNR Gold Investor Presentation.




This is the essence of our business model when industry leaders are operators on the world-class projects providing us in the future with the potential cash flow royalty streams.

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Bloomberg:



Ganfeng Lithium and International Lithium staff members on a visit to Ireland to study prospective sites in 2013.

"With a ruined 13th Century castle, the Irish town of Carlow is an unlikely staging post in the super-charged rise of a key player in China’s push to dominate the global electric-vehicle revolution. 
Ganfeng Lithium Co. sent a team to the town -- a 90-minute drive southwest of Dublin -- in 2013, shuttling between prospective lithium deposits dotted through the verdant countryside. It was part of their company’s first foray outside China amid a drive to boost production of key materials needed to make rechargeable batteries. 
With projects and partnerships now spanning South America to Australia, Ganfeng is aiming to use proceeds from a share sale in Hong Kong this week to continue a growth spree that’s forecast to make it the industry’s second-largest producer from this year. 
“They understood so many years back -- in the early 2000s -- that lithium would be driving all of the green energy revolution,” said Kirill Klip, a former executive with Ganfeng’s first overseas partner, International Lithium Corp., who joined the working party in Ireland. “It’s a very hands-on approach, literally -- they were working with our geologists turning over rocks, studying all the lithium boulders,” said Klip, now executive chairman of TNR Gold Corp. 
Since that Irish expedition, Ganfeng’s share of refined lithium output has jumped from about 6 percent in 2013 to an estimated 11 percent this year, according to Roskill Information Services Ltd. It accounts for about a quarter of battery-grade lithium hydroxide, the material that’s now most sought after by automakers, the researcher’s data shows." Read more.