Technology Minerals Limited is a London-based mineral exploration company focused on the exploration of mineral resource projects in Ireland (Li project), Spain (Cu-Co-Ni project), Cameroon (Ni-Co project), and three projects in the USA (Cu-Co, Co, and Ni-Co-Cu projects, respectively).
The Asturmet Project - based in the Principality of Asturias, north-west Spain - consists of seven exploration permits which are currently held by Asturmet Recursos S.L., a wholly-owned subsidiary of LRH Resources Limited. One permit has been granted (St. Patrick), but the rest are currently under application. All permits are considered prospective for cobalt-nickel-copper mineralization.
Technology Minerals Limited signed a Letter of Intent with DG Resource Management Limited, in March 2021, to acquire 100% interest in the Blackbird Creek Property, which is situated in the Idaho Cobalt Belt - a 40-50km district characterized by copper-cobalt deposits. The primary exploration target on the Property is cobalt, though results from historical drilling and recent surface sampling indicate that the 1,285 ha Property has the potential to host significant cobalt-copper deposits.
The Emperium Project - held by Technology Minerals Ltd through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Century Cobalt Corporation - covers approximately 55km² in east-central Idaho. Technology Minerals Ltd are currently in the process of initial regional exploration, chasing cobalt as the primary metal. To date, Century Cobalt has conducted limited exploration on the property in the form of lithogeochemical (rock) sampling, soil sampling, and satellite image interpretation.
The Technology Minerals Cameroon (TMC) Property consists of five exploration permits in south-eastern Cameroon - all of which are yet to be granted, and at least three of which are considered prospective for nickel-cobalt rich laterite. Since applying for the permits in February 2021, Technology Minerals Cameroon have performed a reconnaissance exploration on the five permit areas, which entailed geochemical evaluation, soil sampling, and lithogeochemical (rock) sampling.
The Leinster Property - located in the counties of Wicklow and Dublin, in the Republic of Ireland - is a lithium pegmatite project that consists of fifteen prospecting licence areas, covering approximately 477km². All the licences are currently owned by LRH Resources Limited, but will be acquired by Technology Minerals Ltd following its listing on the London Stock Exchange.
In addition, the Company holds a 49% interest in a battery recycling business, Recyclus Group Ltd.
Recyclus sells salvaged materials to third-party chemical processors who are fully able to recycle battery black mass (residual but useable metals and chemicals) into commercially viable feed stock.
Recyclus currently has a number of processing plants on order for Li-ion and Lead-Acid battery technologies, and these will be strategically located (close-to-market) on sites in the UK for the purpose of collecting used stock and converting it to black mass. Recyclus expects to own the IP for each of these processes.
The Recyclus management team aims to launch a proprietary new technology that will allow collection, processing and recycling to be undertaken at the Recyclus plant. This will enable Recyclus to gain advantages in processing times and costs over its competitors.
The automotive sector’s attention is firmly set on electrification. A society that wishes to leave the
internal combustion engine (ICE) in the past and fully embrace electric vehicles (EV), will see an enormous increase in demand for battery metals - metals which, ultimately, are scarce.
The recycling of battery metals is therefore a necessary component of a viable electric future for vehicles and, with its leading technology, Recyclus will become an important player in the battery metals ecosystem.
Through Emperium 1 Holdings Corp (Emperium), Onshore Energy Limited (OEL), LRH Resources Limited (LRH), and Techmin Limited (TML), we are actively identifying, exploring for, and effectively aiming to develop our own battery metals. These are specifically cobalt, lithium, nickel, and manganese.
Through Emperium, OEL and LRH, the Company owns:
A 100% interest in mineral claims on approximately 13,900 acres in the United States, in an area commonly known as the ‘Idaho Cobalt Belt.’
Not less than a 90% interest in exploration claims (currently under application) on approximately 2,456 sq. km in Cameroon, proximal to the world-class Nkamouna nickel-cobalt laterite deposit.
A 100% interest in fifteen prospecting licenses covering an area of approximately 477 sq. km in Ireland for lithium exploration, and a 100% interest in seven applications for exploration permits - one of which has been granted in northern Spain for nickel and cobalt exploration.
TML has also entered into option agreements to acquire mining claim rights covering an area of 3,175 acres in Idaho, United States.
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