Beyond Lithium Inc. is pleased to announce that its Victory Project has yielded up to 5.11% Li2O from its Last Resort Pegmatite and up to 3.48% Li2O from its Bounty Gold Pegmatite from spodumene pegmatites grab samples.
The samples for the initial ranking program came from the area of the Bugham Surface showing which was selected by ground truthing assays that returned anomalous values of up to 2.49% Li2O in chip samples.
At the Last Resort Pegmatite, grab samples yielded up to 7.35% Li2O and spodumene samples returned up to 5.11% Li2O.
At the Bounty Gold Pegmatite, grab samples yielded up to 4.3% Li2O and spodumene samples returned up to 3.48% Li2O.
The spodumene samples from both Last Resort and Bounty Gold provided evidence of technical feasibility to concentrate lithium from 6.57% Li2O to 24.24% Li2O between samples using commercial mining and processing techniques.
In addition to the increased grades from the Bugham Survey, the program identified two new spodumene occurrences at Last Resort and Bounty Gold pegmatite.
The assays are part of the Company’s rock surface sampling program to evaluate the potential for pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralization. Exploration of the surface and drill programs will continue in an effort to better define the anomalous lithium values.
Beyond Lithium will be monitoring the lithium contingent assets of the Victory Project. The Last Resort and Bounty Gold pegmatites are part of the Victory Project’s offering and provide a new exploration target for lithium.
With a proven track record of exploration success, Beyond Lithium is well positioned to expand and develop its newfound portable, potentially economically recoverable lithium resource. The continued work on the Victory Project could prove to be a strong asset to Beyond Lithium.