Best of the Week
Most Popular
1. Investing in a Bubble Mania Stock Market Trending Towards Financial Crisis 2.0 CRASH! - 9th Sep 21
2.Tech Stocks Bubble Valuations 2000 vs 2021 - 25th Sep 21
3.Stock Market FOMO Going into Crash Season - 8th Oct 21
4.Stock Market FOMO Hits September Brick Wall - Evergrande China's Lehman's Moment - 22nd Sep 21
5.Crypto Bubble BURSTS! BTC, ETH, XRP CRASH! NiceHash Seizes Funds on Account Halting ALL Withdrawals! - 19th May 21
6.How to Protect Your Self From a Stock Market CRASH / Bear Market? - 14th Oct 21
7.AI Stocks Portfolio Buying and Selling Levels Going Into Market Correction - 11th Oct 21
8.Why Silver Price Could Crash by 20%! - 5th Oct 21
9.Powell: Inflation Might Not Be Transitory, After All - 3rd Oct 21
10.Global Stock Markets Topped 60 Days Before the US Stocks Peaked - 23rd Sep 21
Last 7 days
AI Tech Stocks State Going into the CRASH and Capitalising on the Metaverse - 25th Jan 22
Stock Market Relief Rally, Maybe? - 25th Jan 22
Why Gold’s Latest Rally Is Nothing to Get Excited About - 25th Jan 22
Gold Slides and Rebounds in 2022 - 25th Jan 22
Gold; a stellar picture - 25th Jan 22
CATHY WOOD ARK GARBAGE ARK Funds Heading for 90% STOCK CRASH! - 22nd Jan 22
Gold Is the Belle of the Ball. Will Its Dance Turn Bearish? - 22nd Jan 22
Best Neighborhoods to Buy Real Estate in San Diego - 22nd Jan 22
Stock Market January PANIC AI Tech Stocks Buying Opp - Trend Forecast 2022 - 21st Jan 21
How to Get Rich in the MetaVerse - 20th Jan 21
Should you Buy Payment Disruptor Stocks in 2022? - 20th Jan 21
2022 the Year of Smart devices, Electric Vehicles, and AI Startups - 20th Jan 21
Oil Markets More Animated by Geopolitics, Supply, and Demand - 20th Jan 21
WARNING - AI STOCK MARKET CRASH / BEAR SWITCH TRIGGERED! - 19th Jan 22
Fake It Till You Make It: Will Silver’s Motto Work on Gold? - 19th Jan 22
Crude Oil Smashing Stocks - 19th Jan 22
US Stagflation: The Global Risk of 2022 - 19th Jan 22
Stock Market Trend Forecast Early 2022 - Tech Growth Value Stocks Rotation - 18th Jan 22
Stock Market Sentiment Speaks: Are We Setting Up For A 'Mini-Crash'? - 18th Jan 22
Mobile Sports Betting is on a rise: Here’s why - 18th Jan 22
Exponential AI Stocks Mega-trend - 17th Jan 22
THE NEXT BITCOIN - 17th Jan 22
Gold Price Predictions for 2022 - 17th Jan 22
How Do Debt Relief Services Work To Reduce The Amount You Owe? - 17th Jan 22
RIVIAN IPO Illustrates We are in the Mother of all Stock Market Bubbles - 16th Jan 22
All Market Eyes on Copper - 16th Jan 22
The US Dollar Had a Slip-Up, but Gold Turned a Blind Eye to It - 16th Jan 22
A Stock Market Top for the Ages - 16th Jan 22
FREETRADE - Stock Investing Platform, the Good, Bad and Ugly Review, Free Shares, Cancelled Orders - 15th Jan 22
WD 14tb My Book External Drive Unboxing, Testing and Benchmark Performance Amazon Buy Review - 15th Jan 22
Toyland Ferris Wheel Birthday Fun at Gulliver's Rother Valley UK Theme Park 2022 - 15th Jan 22
What You Should Know About a TailoredPay High Risk Merchant Account - 15th Jan 22
Best Metaverse Tech Stocks Investing for 2022 and Beyond - 14th Jan 22
Gold Price Lagging Inflation - 14th Jan 22
Get Your Startup Idea Up And Running With These 7 Tips - 14th Jan 22
What Happens When Your Flight Gets Cancelled in the UK? - 14th Jan 22

Market Oracle FREE Newsletter

How to Protect your Wealth by Investing in AI Tech Stocks

The Lithium Tech That Could Send The EV Boom Into Overdrive

Commodities / Investing 2021 Dec 06, 2021 - 03:02 PM GMT

By: OilPrice_Com

Commodities

The electric revolution is the biggest change the auto industry has seen since Ford invented the assembly line in 1913.

But an impending supply shortage has put one critical resource in the global spotlight.

With the meteoric rise of Tesla, nearly every major automaker has shifted its sights towards producing the next great electric vehicle.

Ford made headlines this year with its announcement of the all-electric F-150 Lightning, which now has upwards of 200,000 pre-orders.


That electric enthusiasm has spread to nearly every other major automaker - including GM, Fiat Chrysler, Mitsubishi, Honda, Volvo, and BMW to name just a few.

This massive shift has driven demand for one crucial element sky-high.

That’s why Reuters recently reported, “Lithium producers grow bullish as the EV revolution turbocharges demand.”

The Wall Street Journal proclaimed, “Lithium booms in the battle for electric-vehicle batteries.”

But Barron’s warned, “The EV revolution needs more lithium.”

That’s just one of the reasons top-performing lithium companies have been on such a tear this year, with several stocks more than doubling since the start of the year.

Neo Lithium Corp. has taken off for 198% gains during that time.

American Lithium Corp. jumped for 326% gains.

And Vision Lithium is up an exceptional 577% for the year.

But the biggest winner in the lithium bull market could be one who doesn’t just make the next major mining discovery, but fundamentally transforms how lithium is mined around the world.

That’s why we have been following updates from Medaro Mining Corp. (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) so closely.

Medaro is sitting on two promising projects in one of Canada’s top lithium-producing regions.

But it’s their new, proprietary technology that we believe could potentially play a role in changing the economics of lithium mining for exploration companies all across the globe.

Here are 3 reasons we plan to pay close attention to Medaro Mining in the months ahead:

If Developed and Commercialized, This New Technology Could Change Lithium Mining Forever

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) and their joint-venture partner hold the intellectual property rights for the development of a unique, new Hard Rock Lithium Technology (HLT).

This novel approach to extracting lithium could help create a paradigm shift in the industry if proven successful in their upcoming drill projects.

But to fully grasp the gravity of the situation, it’s important to first understand a little about how lithium is processed today.

The precious mineral is primarily mined in one of two surfaces: brine or hard rock.

But the vast majority of lithium produced today comes from brine because it’s so much cheaper to process.

Hard rock mining is far more costly because miners need to separate the rock by crushing, grinding, separating, and performing flotation processes on the ore.

Not only can this be a long and intensive process, but there are also more costs tacked on top of that because it’s usually done by shipping the ore to a processing plant off-site for extraction.

In other words, there’s a large supply of lithium hidden inside hard rock surfaces around the world, and as it stands, it’s just too expensive for lithium miners to process it.

But Medaro’s unique new technology could help level the playing field by cutting hard rock processing costs by up to half while recovering nearly 100% of that lithium.

Here’s how it works.

The technology uses a natural solvent that’s recycled and reused in the system, lowering costs on replacing new solvents.

Next, it extracts lithium and other valuable byproducts like aluminum oxide and silica, which can also be sold to further offset production costs.

Finally, it converts the lithium to high-quality lithium carbonate, lithium hydroxide, or lithium metal.

The company reports this  process is unlike anything on the markets today.

Not only is it cheaper and more effective, but it’s also environmentally friendly in a world where trillions of dollars are pouring into ESG funds.

Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) could begin testing the technology by mid to late 2022 through the construction of a pilot plant, with the coming months being pivotal in that process.

From there, they could possibly license that technology out to exploration companies across the globe, delivering new long-term revenue opportunities.

Successful implementation of such a technology could unlock a huge portion of the world’s lithium supply that’s been left unprocessed until now.

And that could be exactly what we need to keep the major companies like Tesla, Ford, and GM plowing ahead in the EV boom.

Exciting New Project in Canada’s Lithium Heartland

Medaro’s story goes beyond just their potentially transformational technology though.

The team just finished Phase 1 of exploration in their new Cyr South lithium project in the prolific James Bay mining region of Quebec.

The Cyr South project is made up of 52 claims across 2,700 hectares in the heart of Canada’s lithium pegmatite region.

And the keen observer would see it’s located just 3 km south of the James Bay lithium project being explored by Galaxy Resources. That’s a property containing a published indicated resource of over 40 million tons of lithium.

Work by previous operators at Cyr South has found the presence of several pegmatites on the property and surface samples have shown lithium, niobium, and tantalum.

So if Galaxy’s discovery up the road is any indication, along with some additional work on their own property, Medaro could be sitting on a prospective lithium property.

The team has completed preliminary work including soil and rock sampling and mapping.

Now, they’re just waiting on results from Phase 1 within the next month or two before finalizing their upcoming drilling plans.

With easy access to a major highway running through the property and a multi-service truck stop located nearby, this is an efficient setup for what looks like it could be a significant drill program.

Plus, add to that the potential to cut processing costs by another 30-50% using their technology, and we think this could be the beginning of a great opportunity to display their unique tech to the world.

But that’s not all Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) is holding in their back pocket. They’ve diversified even further with another key resource.

Tapping Into Another Global Shortage

While Big Tech has turned lithium shortages into a global headline, there’s another green energy resource that’s seeing renewed interest with the massive ESG push.

Today, nuclear power is playing a bigger and bigger role worldwide.

For example, China just announced plans to build 150 new nuclear reactors over the next 14 years.

That’s more nuclear reactors than we've built worldwide over the last 35 years.

And those reactors, both in China and in nuclear plants across the globe, will need uranium to power them.

With uranium already being in short supply as it stands, the increased demand could soon create a huge supply squeeze for uranium as well.

This is why Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) has diversified its holdings to include an option to acquire a new property near the only major uranium basin in all of North America, Canada’s Athabasca Basin.

The Athabasca has a long history of mining and development, and it’s well-known for being the highest grade uranium depository in the world.

Medaro’s Yurchison project covers 55,000 hectares of land, located just southwest and on-trend from the Janice Lake property under option to Rio Tinto for $30 million.

Medaro’s new project already had historical drilling done years ago, showing up to 0.3% uranium.

And as they continue to move ahead with the Yurchison project, we think this alone could lead to potentially significant profits if exploration goes according to plan and the results support commercial development.

Get Ready for the Lithium Boom

With some of the biggest companies in the world - Tesla, Ford, GM, Volkswagen, and more - shifting to electric vehicles, the pressure is on the mining industry to find an answer for the lithium shortage.

And if all goes well in the coming months, Medaro’s technology could play a significant role in helping supply lithium for the EV boom.

At this point, Medaro Mining (CSE:MEDA; OTC:MEDAF) may still be a relatively unknown company.

But with the potential to license their proprietary technology out to other lithium companies across the globe, the upcoming months could prove to be very important for both Medaro and the tech industry.

By. Tom Kool

*IMPORTANT! BY READING OUR CONTENT YOU EXPLICITLY AGREE TO THE FOLLOWING. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY**

This news release contains certain forward-looking statements within the meaning of applicable securities laws. All statements that are not historical facts, including without limitation, statements regarding future estimates, plans, programs, forecasts, projections, objectives, assumptions, expectations or beliefs of future performance, are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements in this material include the Medaro Mining Corp. (the “Company”) joint venture (JV) with Global Lithium Extraction Technologies Inc. to develop a proprietary method of lithium extraction; that the Company will succeed in the development and commercialization of the proprietary technology to extract lithium which is highly cost effective, efficient and clean; that the Company will be able to earn its option to acquire ownership in its lithium projects; that the Company’s lithium projects will have commercial amounts of lithium which may be extracted and developed using its proposed technology or otherwise; that the market for lithium will continue to grow to billions of dollars; that the Company will be able to produce sufficient quantities of lithium to supply major contracts worldwide or be otherwise able to commercialize its business; that the Company’s JV will be able to develop, commercialize and license the technology on a global scale; that the technology will be able reduce extraction costs by up to 50%; that the technology will be implemented in remote areas close to productive mines; that the Company will design processing facilities for lithium extraction using the technology developed by the JV; that the technology will be able to extract commercial amounts of lithium; that the Company will be able to earn its option to acquire ownership in its uranium project; that the Company’s uranium project will have commercial amounts of uranium which may be developed;  .  Forward-looking statements are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, which may cause actual outcomes to differ materially from those discussed in the forward-looking statements. Risks that could change or prevent these statements from coming to fruition include that the Company’s JV may be unable to successfully develop a proprietary method of lithium extraction; that the Company may be unsuccessful in the development of its proposed technology, or even if developed, that the Company may be unable to commercialize the technology or otherwise be able to extract lithium by a method which is cost effective, efficient or clean; that the Company may fail to be able to develop lithium extraction facilities or to license its technology; that the Company may fail to fulfill its obligations under its option agreements in respect of its lithium and uranium projects and be unable to acquire ownership in the properties; that the Company’s lithium and uranium projects may be fail to have any or sufficient commercially viable amounts of lithium or uranium which may be extracted and/or developed; that the market for lithium may not grow as quickly or as much as anticipated; that the Company may not be able to finance its intended development of technology and/or the maintenance/development of its lithium and uranium properties; competitors may offer cheaper or better products; markets don’t develop for the products as expected; intellectual property rights may not protect the Company’s processes and the Company’s technology may infringe on the intellectual property of others; and the Company may not be able to carry out its business plans as expected. The forward-looking information contained herein is given as of the date hereof and the writer assumes no responsibility to update or revise such information to reflect new events or circumstances, except as required by law.

DISCLAIMERS 

ADVERTISEMENT. This communication is for entertainment purposes only. Never invest purely based on our communication. Oilprice.com, Advanced Media Solutions Ltd, and their owners, managers, employees, and assigns (collectively, “Oilprice.com”) are being paid ninety thousand USD for this article as part of a larger marketing campaign for CSE:MEDA. This compensation is a major conflict with our ability to be unbiased. This communication is for entertainment purposes only. Never invest purely based on our communication. The information in this report and on our website has not been independently verified and is not guaranteed to be correct.

SHARE OWNERSHIP. The owner of Oilprice.com owns shares of this featured company and therefore has an additional incentive to see the featured company’s stock perform well. The owner of Oilprice.com will not notify the market when it decides to buy more or sell shares of this issuer in the market. The owner of Oilprice.com will be buying and selling shares of this issuer for its own profit. This is why we stress that you conduct extensive due diligence as well as seek the advice of your financial advisor or a registered broker-dealer before investing in any securities.  

NOT AN INVESTMENT ADVISOR. The Company is not registered or licensed by any governing body in any jurisdiction to give investing advice or provide investment recommendation. 

ALWAYS DO YOUR OWN RESEARCH and consult with a licensed investment professional before making an investment. This communication should not be used as a basis for making any investment. 

RISK OF INVESTING. Investing is inherently risky. Don't trade with money you can't afford to lose. This is neither a solicitation nor an offer to Buy/Sell securities. No representation is being made that any stock acquisition will or is likely to achieve profits.


© 2005-2019 http://www.MarketOracle.co.uk - The Market Oracle is a FREE Daily Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting online publication.


Post Comment

Only logged in users are allowed to post comments. Register/ Log in