During this year’s PDAC convention, the Investing News Network caught up with the following companies focused on battery metals exploration.
Over 1,000 exhibitors and 24,000 attendees from 130 countries met at the Metro Toronto Convention Center in Toronto, Canada to partake in the four-day conference spanning March 4 to 7, 2018.
Battery metals enthusiasts included Louis James, who shared insights on his new company and why he is interested in battery metals in 2018. “New energy metals have gone from being a government pet project to something cool,” he said.
During the conference, the Investing News Network caught up with the following companies focused on battery metals exploration. Execs spoke about the most important things investors should know about their companies, as well as major near-term catalysts investors should be watching out for.
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Enertopia (CSE:TOP) CEO Robert McAllister: Patent-pending Process for Lithium Extraction from Brines
Advantage Lithium (TSXV:AAL) CEO David Sidoo: We’ve Got the Lowest Enterprise Value, Lowest Market Cap
Fortune Minerals (TSX:FT) CEO Robin Goad: We’ll Be Producing Battery-grade Cobalt Sulfate for Batteries
Giyani Metals (TSXV:WDG) CEO Robin Birchall: We’re Setting Up a Drill Program
Leading Edge Materials (TSXV:LEM) CEO Blair Way: Graphite is Our Primary Focus Right Now
VanadiumCorp (TSXV:VRB) CEO Adriaan Bakker: We’re Effectively a Hybrid Within the Mining Industry
Editorial Disclosure: Enertopia, Advantage Lithium, Fortune Minerals, Giyani Metals, Leading Edge Materials and VanadiumCorp are clients of the Investing News Network. This article is not paid-for content.
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