OTTAWA – Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA) is pleased to announce it has been awarded a total of $114,400 in grants from the Government of Québec, Plan Nord, and from Innovation et Développement Manicouagan (CLD) Baie Comeau, to conduct a prefeasibility analysis for the production of lithium metal and lithium foil
Grafoid Inc. a privately held developer of industrial scale graphene applications is pleased to announce the formalization of a strategic green energy business alliance branded as the 2GL Platform with Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA), Focus Graphite Inc. (TSXV:FMS,OTCQX:FCSMF,FWB:FKC) and Braille Battery.
There’s been plenty of innovation in the lithium space as of late. To get a bit more insight, Lithium Investing News spoke with CEOs and other representatives of a number of lithium juniors about what they’re working on in terms of lithium extraction and processing technologies.
Stria Lithium (TSXV:SRA) has closed the first tranche of a non-brokered private placement for gross proceeds of $346,000. Proceeds from the offering will be used as working capital.
Wondering which lithium companies will be attending PDAC 2015? Here’s a quick round-up of those that will be at the conference this year.
The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) conference runs from March 1-4, 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre in downtown Toronto. Connect with credible resource companies using our advanced guide to the show.
On Wednesday, Tesla Motors released its Q4 and full-year results for 2014. The financials were underwhelming, and given how closely the stock’s performance is tied to sentiment for the lithium, graphite and cobalt spaces, investors in mining companies focused on those metals might be a tad worried.
Stria Lithium (TSXV:SRA) provided an update on its proprietary lithium processing technologies. The company also announced the extension of its non-brokered private placement of up to $1 million to February 2nd.
Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA) reported that it is now in the design stage for its limited production pilot plant that aims to produce up to 140 kg per month of lithium compound over a six month period, commencing in early 2015.
Stria Lithium (TSXV:SRA) has received a funding commitment of up to $137,700 from the Government of Canada through the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP). The funding will be in support of Stria’s development of its lithium processing technologies.
Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA) has closed the first tranche of its non-brokered private placement offering of up to $1 million. Proceeds will be used for exploration work on Stria’s lithium properties and to further its lithium processing technologies, which are currently in the final stage of development.
Stria Lithium’s president and CEO, Julien Davy, discusses the significance of recent metallurgical test results for the company. The results confirm that Stria can use lithium mineralization from its Pontax lithium project as feedstock for its new pilot plant.
Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA) reported that its dense media separation study demonstrates that the Pontax mineralization can generate an initial spodumene concentrate recovery of 53.9% Li grading at 6.03% Li2O. This confirms the viability of feedstock for the 2015 pilot plant. The Pontax Lithium Project is in the James Bay
Stria Lithium Inc. (TSXV:SRA) is rapidly advancing its proprietary lithium processing technologies alongside development at its 100 percent owned Pontax and Willcox exploration properties in Canada and Arizona. With its strategic partnerships with Focus Graphite and Grafoid, Stria Lithium aims to be part of an attractive package for the supply
Stria Lithium Inc. (TXSV:SRA) reported that it has commenced its summer 2014 exploration drilling program at its Willcox brine lithium project in Arizona.
Stria wholly owns the Willcox brine property as well as the Pontax spodumene lithium project which are both located in the James Bay region of Northern Quebec. Currently,
By Vivien Diniz
Stria Capital Inc. (TSXV:SRA) has successful completed Phase 1 of its “proof of principle” development of a novel hard rock ore-to-lithium chloride process. The company owns the Pontax spodumene and Wilcox brine lithium properties in the James Bay region in Quebec, and southeastern Arizona.