Wednesday, 15 January 2020

Building The Green Energy Metals Royalty And Gold Company: Powered by Gold and Energy rEVolution - TNR Gold Investor Presentation.

I would like to wish you a very healthy and prosperous New Year 2020! Finally, a lot of stars are aligned to bring the wind into our sails and guide us in the open seas towards the realising shareholders' value for all our devoted followers here. 

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Over the past twenty-four years, TNR, through its lead generator business model, has been successful in generating high-quality exploration projects around the globe. With the Company’s expertise, resources and industry network, it identified the potential of the Los Azules copper project in Argentina and now holds a 0.36% NSR Royalty on the entire project, which is being developed by McEwen Mining Inc.
In 2009, TNR Gold founded International Lithium Corp. (“ILC”), a green energy metals company that was made public company through the spin-out of TNR’s energy metals portfolio in 2011. ILC holds interests in lithium projects in Argentina, Ireland and Canada.
TNR retains a 1.8% NSR Royalty on the Mariana Lithium property in Argentina. ILC has a right to repurchase 1.0% of the NSR Royalty on the Mariana Lithium property of which 0.9% relates to the Company’s NSR interest. The Company would receive $900,000 on the execution of the repurchase. The project is currently being advanced in a joint venture between ILC and Ganfeng Lithium International Co. Ltd.
TNR provides significant exposure to gold through its 90% holding in the Shotgun Gold porphyry project in Alaska. The project is located in Southwestern Alaska near the Donlin Gold project, which is being developed by Barrick Gold and Novagold Resources Inc.
The Company’s strategy with the Shotgun Gold Project is to attract a joint venture partnership with one of the gold major mining companies.  The Company is actively introducing the project to interested parties.
At its core, TNR provides significant exposure to gold, copper and lithium through its holdings in Alaska (the Shotgun gold porphyry project) and Argentina, and is committed to the continued generation of in-demand projects, while diversifying its markets and building shareholder value."

Powered By rEVolution: TNR Gold Los Azules Copper Royalty Holding With McEwen Mining - 4 Copper Projects To Boost San Juan’s Economy With Potential To Generate $129B In Export.

Chart by @graddhybcp

Gold is challenging Summer 2019 high and M&A activity is driving more interest to our Shotgun Gold project. Billionaires are competing with Central Banks who are frontrunning investors by buying gold. Most retail investors will be left studying the road maps we are talking about here in the history books but unable to start the journey and take the action when it is appropriate. Only you can make your own journey to your own destination. 

Gold In The USA, The Alaskan Elephant Country: M&A Deals Are Driving Up The Valuation Of Gold In The Ground.

Finally, the industry is recovering and M&A deals are driving gold valuation in the ground. Years of deep cuts in the exploration budgets have left gold majors with dramatically decreasing mining reserves. McKinsey calls it "Gold Mining Reserves Crisis".

Let's Make Batteries Not Guns. Powered By Energy rEVolution: Ganfeng Lithium Goes Vertical - China Will Not Cut All Subsidies For Electric Cars After All.

Let's make batteries not guns. This could be another hit from The Beatles these days.

But when you look at lithium junior miners today you can miss all the electric buzz and excitement which is happening with the electrification of what is left out of Auto Industry. Energy rEVolution Companies like Tesla are growing up vertically and becoming the largest companies providing sustainable mobility solutions while leaving legacy automakers literally in the cancer hazard dust left behind. 

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