The evolution of battery chemistry means minerals that were once predictable sources of marginal revenue have almost overnight become some of the most sought-after commodities on the planet.

The explosive and exciting transformation of industrialized western nations from massive carbon abusers to environmental champions is driving extraordinary new avenues of growth in the resource sector.

Lithium has been leading the way and lithium demand is expected to double in the next five years (20% year on year) and continue on the same growth trajectory for many years to come. Now is the time that junior mining operators with foresight and vision can begin to see their early-stage efforts pay off.

World-Class, Scalable Asset

  • Extensive deposit close to the surface.
  • Unique Minerology allows the production of battery-grade lithium within a few hours.
  • Concentrated lithium mineralization up to 120 meters thick.
  • Measured and Indicated: 5.37m tonnes LCE
  • Inferred: 1.76m tonnes LCE
  • Amenable to low-cost mining with the ability to excavate large quantities of claystone in a relatively short time.
  • Recoveries above 90%

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Here at American Lithium Corp., we aim to reward investors with the imagination and capital to understand that not all battery mineral projects are the same, and that fundamentals matter.

We started with the basics:

  1. Identified and secured Lithium enriched projects within a geological region as close as possible to, and where possible, adjoining areas well understood for sedimentary lithium deposits.
  2. Aggressively commenced activities to prove our assets as part of a strategic plan that anticipates the probability of production, environmental and/or economic stressors on the long-term regional producers.
  3. Projected economic bottlenecks in the development path and de-risked them by securing key rights, developing land option packages, and identifying low-cost infrastructure options.

…and have already achieved significant milestones:

  • Sedimentary mineralization identified in significant potential quantity and grade.
  • Sampled consistent high grade lithium at our TLC project
  • Improved our understanding of the regional sedimentary potential through historic assessment and ongoing studies.
  • Significantly reduced geological risk by completing a 43-101 compliant Technical Report with a major engineering firm showing a Measured & Indicated resource of 5.37 Mt LCE
  • Engaged McClelland Laboratories in an innovative metallurgical testing program to refine the parameters for maximum economical production of battery quality lithium compounds

We have the advantage of years of watching, learning, and adapting our plans based on the advancement of a number of exciting new and future production techniques deployed or under development at other productive operations regionally and around the world.

Moving ahead, we will continue to prove our resource and develop our metallurgical process, but perhaps most importantly, we aren’t locked into pre-existing technologies or long-term facility investments predicated on outdated extraction and production technologies and methods.

We have an opportunity and an obligation to develop the basis for the most efficient, ecologically sound, and economically productive lithium extraction environment right here in Nevada, and to make our Company a leader in the 21st-century renaissance of American resource innovation and industrial transformation which is clearly poised to impact generations to come.

Lithium: A Critical Mineral

Excerpted from: Presidential Executive Order on a Federal Strategy to Ensure Secure and Reliable Supplies of Critical Minerals

The United States is heavily reliant on imports of certain mineral commodities that are vital to the Nation’s security and economic prosperity.  This dependency of the United States on foreign sources creates a strategic vulnerability for both its economy and military to adverse foreign government action, natural disaster, and other events that can disrupt supply of these key minerals.  Despite the presence of significant deposits of some of these minerals across the United States, our miners and producers are currently limited by a lack of comprehensive, machine-readable data concerning topographical, geological, and geophysical surveys; permitting delays; and the potential for protracted litigation regarding permits that are issued.  An increase in private‑sector domestic exploration, production, recycling, and reprocessing of critical minerals, and support for efforts to identify more commonly available technological alternatives to these minerals, will reduce our dependence on imports, preserve our leadership in technological innovation, support job creation, improve our national security and balance of trade, and enhance the technological superiority and readiness of our Armed Forces, which are among the Nation’s most significant consumers of critical minerals.

Our Opportunity

Simply put, the opportunity is happening all around us. The predicted growth for lithium is outstanding. 

We are ideally situated to leverage the convergence of supply & demand in the historically oldest and largest lithium prospective region in North America.

As the demand for lithium batteries grows, driven by the demand for electric vehicles and ever-larger power storage capacity, we aim to be the answer to growing lithium demand by presenting an effective lithium extraction-to-market project scenario with attractive economics and production upside.

Source: Ioneer Ltd. (formerly Global Geoscience)


Michael Kobler, B.Sc., CEO & Director

Over the past 35 years, Michael Kobler has specialized in identifying, acquiring, developing and producing natural resource opportunities throughout the world as well as overseeing the design and construction of a number of infrastructure projects. He has served in a variety of roles for early stage companies including, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President, Technical Advisor, Engineer and Project Manager, and has been a founder and a major shareholder in a number of these ventures. Mr. Kobler has a strong record of success in the exploration, permitting and de-risking of resource projects. His expertise in identifying opportunities through detailed examination of all available information combined with his in-depth knowledge of permitting processes, including detailed environmental work, and dealing with issues related to water supply have positioned him for projects across North and South America.  In 2005, Mr. Kobler was a Co-Founder and the original CEO of Osum Oil Sands Corp. (“Osum”) where he oversaw the analysis and acquisitions of the original oil sands leases that form the core of Osum’s projects at Cold Lake and the Saleski carbonates, both in Alberta. During his tenure with Osum, Mike oversaw the growth of the company from start-up to a valuation approaching $500 million; he also hired his successors to ensure the smooth transition of the Company to its next phase of growth and an equity value approaching $2 Billion. Mr. Kobler holds a BSc in Mining Engineering from Montana Tech.

Andrew Bowering, B.A., Director

Andrew Bowering is a venture capitalist with 30 years of operational experience and leadership in mineral exploration and development worldwide. He has founded, funded and built teams that have operated numerous companies in the pursuit of precious, base and industrial metals from early exploration through to production. Mr. Bowering is an owner and founder of Sunrise Drilling Ltd. and has owned and operated drilling companies for the past 20 years. Mr. Bowering has held senior management positions in a variety of capacities. He has been responsible for the acquisition and sale of several assets and the raising of upwards of $250 million in development capital. He has operated and managed programs throughout North and South America and abroad. He is a founder, director and shareholder of Millennial Lithium Corp, and other publicly traded companies primarily focused in the battery metals space.

Simon Clarke, Director

Mr. Clarke brings 25 years experience in building companies and implementing successful capital markets and growth strategies focused in mining, energy, and energy technology. Most recently, Mr. Clarke was 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 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. Mr Clarke was a co-founder of Osum Oil Sands Corp. who, together with American Lithium CEO Michael Kobler, built a company valued in excess of US$1 billion at its peak and which currently produces 20,000 bopd. Mr Clarke remains a Board Observer at Osum and is currently CEO of Apollo Gold Corp. He holds an LLB and Diploma in Legal Practice from Aberdeen University, Scotland.

G. A. (Ben) Binninger, Director

Mr. Binninger is a chemical engineer who brings a wealth of experience in senior management and board roles over a career spanning more than 35 years. Ben has held a number of high-profile roles in a variety of sectors including mining, energy, materials, environmental and advanced technologies. Mr Binninger has direct experience in lithium and related minerals having been CEO of Potash Minerals and a member of the advisory Board of Millennial Lithium. He has also created sophisticated process and services companies for global leaders such as Rio Tinto and ARCO. Mr Binninger will provide key strategic advice as development of the TLC Lithium Project (“TLC”) continues to evolve in line with continued de-risking and as the need for large-scale, domestic lithium projects becomes more widely recognized. Mr Binninger holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he attended on a Teagle Foundation Fellowship, and BChE from Manhattan College (NYC scholarship).

Graham Ballachey, Vice President of Engineering

Mr. Ballachey is a mechanical engineer with a physics and chemistry background and 13 years of experience within a variety of industries including combustion research, manufacturing, energy optimization, building design, project management, construction management, process development, and product development. Graham has extensive experience in both experimentation, engineering, and design, as well as the management of engineers, consultants, technologists, and construction projects of over $1.2 million in capital. He has successfully procured over $500,000 from government and utility grants. Graham holds a BSc in Physics from the University of Victoria, and a MASc in Mechanical Engineering from Carleton University.

Jerry Akins, Expert Geologist

Jerry has been a consultant for American Lithium for over two years, and is a consultant to lithium claystone and brine projects in North and South America.

Company Profile

American Lithium Corp.

1507-1030 West Georgia St.
Vancouver, British Columbia,
Canada V6E 2Y3

Email: info@americanlithiumcorp.com
Tel: 604-428-6128 Ext. 205

Exchange: TSX Venture Exchange
Symbol: Li

Exchange: OTCQB
Symbol: LIACF

Exchange: Frankfurt
Symbol: 5LA1
WKN: A2DWUX: German Securities ID

CUSIP# 58682L
ISIN# ISIN CA0272592092

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