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E-Tech Resources Inc. is pleased to announce high grade REE assays from Reverse Circulation drilling which includes 3 meters of 8.0% TREO and 8 meters of 4.5% TREO . The Corporation is also pleased to announce the expanded surface delineation of Zone 1 and Zone 3 to the south and west by approximately 100 meters and 140 meters, respectively . Highlights from the RC drilling include: Zone 1: Drill Hole ER002: 3.8% ...

E-Tech Resources Inc. (TSXV: REE) ("E-Tech or the Corporation") is pleased to announce high grade REE assays from Reverse Circulation ("RC") drilling which includes 3 meters of 8.0% TREO and 8 meters of 4.5% TREO (see highlights below). The Corporation is also pleased to announce the expanded surface delineation of Zone 1 and Zone 3 to the south and west by approximately 100 meters and 140 meters, respectively (see map below).

Highlights from the RC drilling include:

Zone 1:

  • Drill Hole ER002: 3.8% TREO over 3 meters from 71m to 74m
  • Drill Hole ER002: 1.4% TREO over 7 meters (including 2.3% TREO over 3 meters) from 103m to 110m
  • Drill Hole ER020: 1.4% TREO over 6 meters (2.7% TREO over 2 meters) from 15m to 21m
  • Drill Hole ER023: 4.5% TREO over 8 meters (including 17% TREO over 2 meters) from 54m to 62m

Zone 3 Central:

  • Drill Hole ER009: 1.4% TREO over 15 meters (including 3.2% TREO over 3 meters) from 63m to 78m
  • Drill Hole ER014: 8.0% TREO over 3 meters from 118m to 121m

Zone 3 West:

  • Drill Hole ER003: 3.5% TREO over 2 meters from 64m to 66m
  • Drill Hole ER005: 5.1% TREO over 2 meters from 65m to 67m

Zone 3 South:

  • Drill Hole ER018: 1.4% TREO over 8 meters (including 4.4% TREO over 2 meters) from 103m to 111m.

Elbert Loois, E-Tech Resources Inc. CEO, commented, "These positive results at Zone 1, Zone 3, Zone 3 West and Zone 3 South are highly encouraging and indicate that we have now increased the Eureka Project's footprint significantly. These results follow the recent diamond drilling results, which show REE mineralization 100 meters below the depth used to calculate the existing resource estimate and give us further confidence in the potential of the Eureka REE project. We look forward to our upcoming drill program as well as receiving the outstanding diamond core assays."

RC Drilling Results

Assay results have now been received from the RC drilling campaign which took place between December 2020 and March 2021. A total of 3000 meters of drilling in 23 holes tested both lateral and depth targets over Zone 1 and Zone 3 to a vertical depth of up to 170 meters. A total of 1725 RC drilling samples (including standards, duplicates and blanks) have been assayed to date. Figure 1 below shows the location of the RC drill holes over Zone 1 and Zone 3.

FIGURE 1: Plan view of drill hole positions at Eureka illustrating all assay results received to date. The red dots are RC drill holes completed in 2017, while the purple areas represent the current 2021 Mineral Resource Estimate (MRE).

To view an enhanced version of Figure 1, please visit:
https://orders.newsfilecorp.com/files/6102/105961_c73e9d05f4fbf8c2_001full.jpg

Zone 1

Zone 1 targets were selected to provide further support for lateral and depth extent of the current known resource. 7 RC holes in a scissor configuration were drilled in Zone 1 to extend the current resource to depth. Scissor holes ER001 with ER023, ER002 with ER022 and ER020 with ER019 were scissored from the northeast and southwest respectively (see Figure 1). All the holes were compromised by underground water ingress.

These RC drill holes, although unable to reach the target depths planned, indicate continuation of the dykes within Zone 1 - which constitute the bulk of the current MRE - to an additional 60 meters vertical depth. Combined with information from the recently announced diamond drilling on the same Zone 1 which intercepted dykes at a vertical depth of 180m, the continuation of the dykes at intermediate depths is confirmed.

Zone 3 West

The RC drilling over Zone 3 was planned to test the scale of this area and to test if the dykes exposed by trenching at surface continue to depth. Holes ER003 to ER006 specifically targeted the obscured western extension of known carbonatite dyke outcrops.

The carbonatite dykes intersected on this western area are typically 2 meters in apparent thickness, carry appreciable grade across meter intervals (as seen in ER003 and ER005) and suggest continuation of Zone 3 to the West.

Zone 3 Central

Holes ER007 through to ER017 were planned to investigate the size extent of obscured carbonantite dykes at depth, which are known from outcrop or were revealed by trenching.

A series of carbonatite dykes were intercepted in this area displaying variable thicknesses from under 1 meter to up to 15 meters in apparent width, returning interval grades from between 0.3% TREO to 11.6% TREO.

Zone 3 South

Hole ER018 tested the south-westward area of Zone 3 to explore the dyke continuity in this direction as indicated by historical trenching. Four (4) REE-mineralised dykes were intersected in this hole. These results therefore confirm the continuity of the dykes into the southern part of Zone 3 and correspond with indicator anomalies encountered in the test-trenches dug at surface.

Table 1 presented on the next page gives a summary of all the significant intercepts in total rare earth oxide (TREO) grade from all Zones.

Geochemical Analysis

As an additional validation of the received geochemical analysis of all RC and DD assays to date, there is an observed strong correlation between phosphorous and REE, and between REE and thorium which reinforces the almost exclusive monomineralic character of the REE host mineral monazite across all Zones.

TABLE 1: Significant intercepts from the 2021 Reverse Circulation (RC) campaign.*

Hole Planned Depth EOH Azi From To Width (m) Grade TREO % X Y Location
ER001 200 105 220° 73 75 2 2.3 526405 7562581 Zone 1
ER002 200 121 220° 71 74 3 3.8 526453 7562544 Zone 1
ER002 97 99 2 1.8 Zone 1
ER002 103 110 7 1.4 Zone 1
incl. 107 110 3 2.3 Zone 1
ER003 120 130 180° 14 15 1 0.4 526101 7562283 Zone 3 W
ER003 64 66 2 3.5 Zone 3 W
ER003 82 83 1 0.5 Zone 3 W
ER004 120 120 180° 5 6 1 2.0 526132 7562285 Zone 3 W
ER004 66 67 1 0.5 Zone 3 W
ER004 108 110 2 1.2 Zone 3 W
ER005 120 180 180° 14 15 1 0.5 526164 7562283 Zone 3 W
ER005 65 67 2 5.1 Zone 3 W
ER005 86 88 2 2.5 Zone 3 W
ER005 91 92 1 0.4 Zone 3 W
ER006 120 180 180° 26 32 6 0.5 526192 7562285 Zone 3 W
ER006 102 105 3 1.2 Zone 3 W
ER007 180 200 200° 12 13 1 0.6 526242 7562224 Zone 3 W
ER007 105 106 1 0.9 Zone 3 W
ER007 199 200 1 0.9 Zone 3 W
ER008 160 190 200° 8 10 2 0.6 526293 7562278 Zone 3
ER008 32 36 4 1.1 Zone 3
ER008 51 54 3 0.6 Zone 3
ER008 56 61 5 1.4 Zone 3
incl. 58 60 2 3.0 Zone 3
ER008 67 69 2 0.5 Zone 3
ER008 135 136 1 0.5 Zone 3
ER009 160 190 200° 8 10 2 0.7 526338 7562260 Zone 3
ER009 20 23 3 1.1 Zone 3
ER009 63 78 15 1.4 Zone 3
incl. 63 66 3 3.2 Zone 3
ER009 80 82 2 0.9 Zone 3
ER010 160 134 200° 121 125 4 0.3 526386 7562260 Zone 3
ER011 160 160 020° 26 27 1 2.5 526356 7562147 Zone 3
ER011 79 81 3 1.0 Zone 3
ER012 150 180 020° No intersection 526393 7562133 Zone 3
ER013 150 165 200° 144 147 3 1.0 526389 7562138 Zone 3
ER014 100 160 020° 111 112 1 3.0 526325 7562090 Zone 3
ER014 118 121 3 8.0 Zone 3
incl. 119 121 2 11.6 Zone 3
ER015 100 130 020° 14 16 2 1.2 526293 7562124 Zone 3
ER015 84 85 1 1.1 Zone 3
ER015 101 103 2 0.5 Zone 3
ER016 100 120 020° 64 65 1 0.6 526243 7562147 Zone 3
ER016 90 93 3 0.5 Zone 3
ER017 160 160 020° No intersection 526260 7562188 Zone 3
ER018 160 160 200° 103 111 8 1.4 526196 7562192 Zone 3 S
incl. 103 105 2 4.4 Zone 3 S
ER018 131 132 1 3.5 Zone 3 S
ER018 153 155 2 1.1 Zone 3 S
ER018 157 158 1 1.1 Zone 3 S
ER019 160 113 040° 55 56 1 0.5 526406 7562404 Zone 1
ER019 57 58 1 0.5 Zone 1
ER020 160 148 220° 15 21 6 1.4 526452 7562486 Zone 1
incl. 16 18 2 2.7 Zone 1
ER021 160 97 040° 78 81 3 0.7 526365 7562437 Zone 1
incl. 80 81 1 1.8 Zone 1
ER022 175 156 040° 43 46 3 1.2 526368 7562472 Zone 1
incl. 45 46 1 2.3 Zone 1
ER023 150 103 040° 25 27 2 1.4 526340 7562497 Zone 1
ER023 54 62 8 4.5 Zone 1
incl. 55 57 2 17.0 Zone 1

 

*Hole locations are provided in UTM Zone 33S. Inclination angle at 60 degrees for all RC holes. Reported intercepts are drilled lengths while the true thickness of the mineralization is estimated to range between 60 and 80 per cent of the drilled lengths.

Eureka Project Technical Disclosure

The Corporation produced its current Mineral Resource Estimate ("MRE") for the Eureka Project with an effective date of 2 August 2021. The MRE was prepared by SRK Consulting (UK) ("SRK"). An Independent Technical Report titled "Independent Technical Report: Eureka, Rare Earth Project, Namibia" was released on the 15 September 2021 and prepared by SRK, supporting the disclosure of the MRE, and is available on SEDAR and the Corporation's website. (https://etech-resources.com)

Quality Assurance / Quality Control

All E-Tech sample assay results have been independently monitored through a quality assurance / quality control ("QA/QC") program including the insertion of blind standards, blanks and duplicate samples. QA/QC samples make up 10% of all samples submitted. Sampling of RC chips from drilling was conducted in two stages. The initial stage of sampling was conducted during the drilling, each drilled meter was collected from the rig mounted cyclone and were then split in a 7:1 (8 way) splitter, the split fraction was then split again 1:1 (2 way) to create two approximately 2 kg samples. One sample was retained as a reference sample for future work, the other sample was then collected as a laboratory sample stream and transported to Activation Laboratories Ltd. sample preparation facility in Windhoek, Namibia. The sample is dried, crushed to 90% passing 2 mm, riffle splitting a 250 g sub-sample and pulverizing to 95% passing 105 µm. Sample pulps are sent to Activation Laboratories Ltd. in Ontario, Canada for analysis. REE analysis is by method 8-REE. The sample is milled to 95% -200 mesh. To ensure complete fusion of resistate minerals; lithium metaborate/tetraborate fusion is used with analysis by ICP-OES and ICP-MS. Mass balance is calculated as an additional quality control technique to ensure complete analysis.

Qualified Person

Pete Siegfried, BSc. (Hons), M.Sc., is a Consulting Geologist and director of GeoAfrica Prospecting Services CC. Mr Siegfried has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information in this news release. Mr. Siegfried is a member of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) membership number: 221116 (CP Geology), and a Qualified Person for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101.

About E-Tech Resources Inc.

E-Tech Resources Inc. (TSXV: REE) is a rare earth exploration and development company focused on developing its Eureka Rare Earths Project in Namibia. The Eureka Project is located approximately 250 km north-west of Namibia's capital city Windhoek and 140 km east of Namibia's main industrial port Walvis Bay. The project is situated next to the national B1 highway in the Erongo Region of Namibia. The Eureka deposit lies in the Southern Central Zone of the Neoproterozoic Damara Belt within Exclusive Prospecting Licence ("EPL") number EPL 6762; which covers Eureka Farm 99 and Sukses Farm 90. Namibia is recognized as one of Africa's most politically stable jurisdictions, with an extremely well-established national infrastructure and a clear and transparent mining law. The Corporation continues to assess new project opportunities and expand its Southern African portfolio.

Further details are available on the Corporation's website at www.etech-resources.com or contact Elbert Loois, CEO of E-Tech Resources Inc., at +1 (902) 334 1949.

Cautionary Statements

This press release may contain forward-looking information, such as statements regarding the completion of the work in Namibia by E-Tech and future plans and objectives of E-Tech. This information is based on current expectations and assumptions (including assumptions in connection with the continuance of the applicable company as a going concern and general economic and market conditions) that are subject to significant risks and uncertainties that are difficult to predict, including risks relating to the ability to satisfy the conditions to completion of exploration programmes and work in Namibia. Actual results may differ materially from results suggested in any forward-looking information. E-Tech assumes no obligation to update forward-looking information in this release, or to update the reasons why actual results could differ from those reflected in the forward-looking information unless and until required by applicable securities laws. Additional information identifying risks and uncertainties is contained in filings made by E-Tech with Canadian securities regulators, copies of which are available at www.sedar.com.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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E-Tech Resources

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Overview

From color TV displays, GPS systems, fuel cells, to jet engines, fiber optic cables and MRI machines--rare earths are vital to technology and clean energy. One of the most important applications of REEs is in the green economy: REEs are used in electric car motors, lithium-ion batteries, computer hard drives, solar panels and wind turbines.

As the demand for REEs is expected to increase by a CAGR of seven percent by 2030, the focus is shifting towards developing a supply chain outside of China. In 2021, China provided more than 85 percent of the world's rare earth supply and the country has already begun reducing exports and increasing prices. As a result, companies developing rare earth compound projects outside of China may present an interesting opportunity for investors.

E-Tech Resources (TSXV:REE, FSE: K2I) is developing a high-grade rare earth elements project in the top-tier and mining-friendly country of Namibia. The company is committed to a strong sustainability model through strict adherence to ESG policies, and is positioned for high growth given its cost-competitive processing strategy relative to its peers.

The company's fully-owned flagship Eureka project is a high-grade rare earth element project located in the Erongo Mining Corridor of Namibia. The Eureka project has a maiden inferred resource of 310 kt at 4.8 percent TREO with grades ranging from 1 to 16 percent. The company believes there is strong potential to increase the inferred and indicated mineral resource by at least 0.5 to 1.5 million tonnes based on a technical scoping study.

E-Tech Resources' Eureka project is strategically located near several mines and projects, including Rossing Uranium's Rossing Uranium mine, QKR's Navachab Gold mine, Namib Lead and Zinc Mining's Namib Lead and Zinc mine, and AfriTin's Uis mine. Eureka has excellent infrastructure and access to a major highway, a railway, roads, power, water and skilled professionals.

Early metallurgical testing at the Eureka project has indicated the potential to be one of the simplest REE projects to process in the world. The company anticipates that its first marketable product will be equal to more than 65 percent TREO in mineral concentration based on current known grades and high recoveries. As a result, E-Tech resources believes the Eureka project may soon provide the basis for a cost-competitive, profitable and high-growth model for the company.

E-Tech Resources is committed to maintaining the highest standards of ESG policies to sustainably supply the green economy and adheres to the guidelines of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals. E-Tech Resources plans to create a sustainability committee to guide its ESG efforts, and will be conducting further environmental and social impact assessments as part of ongoing feasibility studies to maintain responsible sourcing. E-Tech Resources' Eureka project is currently expected to have no major negative socio-environmental impact on the region.

Company Highlights 

  • E-Tech Resources' fully-owned flagship Eureka project is located in the Erongo Mining Corridor of Namibia and has a maiden inferred resource of 310 kt at 4.8 percent TREO with significant growth potential.
  • E-Tech Resources' Eureka project is strategically located near several mines and projects, as well as excellent infrastructure and access to a major highway, a railway, roads, power, water and skilled professionals.
  • The Eureka project features high recoveries and final mineral concentrates with low radiation that is ideal for processing and international shipments.
  • Early metallurgical testing has indicated the potential to be one of the simplest REE projects to process in the world.
  • E-Tech Resources is committed to maintaining the highest standards of ESG policies to sustainably supply the green economy by adhering to the guidelines of the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.
  • E-Tech Resources is led by a highly skilled management team with a proven track record of success in the mining industry and capital markets.

Key Project

Eureka

The Eureka project is a fully-owned, high-grade rare earth element project located in the Erongo Mining Corridor of Namibia. The property is approximately 250 kilometres northwest of the capital city of Windhoek and is accessible via a major highway, road and rail with access to power, water, skilled professionals and Namibia's largest commercial port. The project neighbours several mines and projects including Rossing Uranium's Rossing Uranium mine, QKR's Navachab Gold mine, Namib Lead and Zinc Mining's Namib Lead and Zinc mine, and AfriTin's Uis mine.

The Eureka project has a maiden inferred resource of 310 kt at 4.8 percent TREO (NI 43-101). The in-situ dyke grade ranges from 1 to 16 percent TREO on the property. The company expects to grow further and believes there is strong potential to increase the inferred and indicated mineral resource of 0.5 to 1.5 million tonnes based on a Technical Scoping Study (SRK) from its previous drilling campaign. The company has been able to obtain a high concentration of REE from a high recovery due to the presence of simple mineralization with low levels of radiation.

E-Tech Resources is currently in the process of conducting further exploration on the property and planning future work programs based on assay results to confirm its total resource in a timely manner.

Management Team

Elbert Loois - CEO

Elbert Loois brings over 20 years of management and consulting experience in business development, M&A and sustainable supply strategy within the raw materials, automotive and clean technology industries. He has extensive experience in developing sustainable supply and off-taking strategies. He has worked with international OEMs and tier-1 suppliers to develop critical material supply strategies as the head of business development of the Resource Alliance.

He has also served as CEO of the largest German mining consulting company DMT-IMC. Loois has been responsible for the portfolio management of international mining projects at RWE Power. Furthermore, he worked as a senior mining engineer in opencast mining and underground projects. Loois was also the R&D manager for operational mining technology.


Rob Randall - CFO

Rob Randall has served as a contract CFO for several TSXV-listed companies and has extensive public company financial experience. Randall currently serves as the chief financial officer of Torrent Capital (TSXV:TORR), Sona Nanotech (TSXV:SONA) and Antler Gold Inc. (TSXV:ANTL). Randall was the corporate controller of Etruscan Resources Inc. from 1997 to 2011. At Etruscan Resources Inc., Randall oversaw the financial operations for all aspects of its gold exploration and production activities throughout West Africa as well as its diamond operations in South Africa. He also served as controller of Nova Gold Resources Inc. from 1997 to 2001.

Chris Drysdale - Director

Chris Drysdale is an experienced professional with international experience in the mineral and exploration industry. He currently serves as vice president of operations and corporate development for Antler Gold Inc. (TSX.V:ANTL). Antler Gold Inc. is a gold exploration company focused on the acquisition and exploration of gold projects in Namibia. He has previously served as the Kenyan country manager for Stockport Exploration. At Stockport Exploration, Drysdale oversaw the operations for all aspects of its gold exploration and production activities throughout East Africa. Before that, Drysdale worked as a field exploration geologist for Remote Exploration Services (Pty) Ltd. Remote Exploration Services Pty Ltd. is a geological consulting firm based out of South Africa servicing all aspects of the mineral industry. Drysdale has a progressive and diverse background with extensive work experience in Namibia. He has been involved in various mineral projects throughout Africa.

Dan Whittaker - Director

Dan Whittaker is the CEO of Antler Gold Inc. (TSXV: ANTL) and has held senior positions in the mineral industry for the last 20 years. Most recently, he was a founder of GoGold Resources Inc. which is a mineral exploration, development and production company. Whittaker held senior management positions with GoGold from January 2008 to January 2016. He also served as a director of GoGold from inception to January 2013. He founded Ucore Rare Metals Inc. in 2006 and served as an officer and director until March 2008.


Ken Marshall, Director

Ken Marshall has extensive experience in the information technology and telecommunications sectors, having served in various positions at Rogers Communications throughout his career. Marshall was the senior vice president of national residential marketing for Toronto. In this role, he led the wireline marketing group in the launch of the Ignite platform. He also served as the regional president for the Atlantic region and the vice president of the enterprise business unit at Rogers Communications.

Marshall has spent his post-telecommunications time working with emerging start-up organizations. He serves on the boards of several companies, including Genesis which is Newfoundland and Labrador's primary innovation hub and incubator, Celtx which is an online platform for film, video and game production, eXeBlock Technology Corporation which focuses on opportunities in digital identity and authentication and Metricsflow, which is a B2B platform focused on enhancing website attribution.

Edward Loye - Director

Edward Loye has worked on the characterization of REE deposits for 8 years, notably in Namibia as a member of staff at Camborne School of Mines at the University of Exeter in the UK. Loye has developed an extensive network across the REE supply chain. Loye played a key role in securing £2.7 million in 2014 from the UK Government for REE research within the SoS RARE Programme.

Loye managed the academic and industrial collaborators across this international consortium of REE experts. In 2015, he co-founded E-Tech Metals to pursue and strategize the geological delineation and perspectivity of the Eureka Project in Namibia. Loye has since instigated metallurgical test work and managed the drilling and trenching campaigns on site.

John Philpott, Director

John Philpott is the founder and CEO of CanAm Physician Recruiting Inc. CanAm Physician Rescruiting Inc. has been the leading physician recruitment and placement company in the Canadian and international markets for more than two decades. Philpott led the executing team through a successful public listing for Canabo (TSX.V: CMC). In 2018, Philpott managed the merger of Canabo with Aleafia Health Inc., (TSX.V: ALEF) in a transaction valued at $40 million. The transaction resulted in a combined operation with a market capitalization of over $200 million at the close of the merger. Phillpot is also a skilled negotiator. In less than two years Phillpott scaled the company from 1 Toronto clinic with 2 part-time physicians to 24 clinics across Canada. As CEO of CanAm Physician Recruiting Inc., Phillpott consults with physicians, hospital administrators, government officials and private clinic owners.

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