Battery Mineral Resources Limited has assembled an extensive portfolio of cobalt, lithium, and graphite assets located in Canada, the United States, and South Korea. Upon successful delineation of mineral resources, the Company intends to develop these assets and secure long-term strategic alliances with supply chain partners, battery manufacturers and other end users.
|Canadian Projects||Area (km2)|
BMR controls the largest area of cobalt-focused mineral exploration claims in North America.
In Canada, the Company has acquired over 1,300 claims, containing more than 100 cobalt occurences. BMR currently controls twelve discrete projects, covering 1,100 km2 in Ontario and Quebec. Our projects host high-grade surface and drill samples that contain between 1.5 and 21% cobalt.
|USA Projects||Area (km2)|
In Idaho, USA, BMR owns 434 mineral claims covering an area of 38 km2, containing 14 significant cobalt prospects.
BMR has focused its lithium exploration in underexplored areas of California and Nevada, USA. The Company owns two lithium-brine projects and one high-grade hectorite (lithium clay) project strategically located within the Basin and Range Province. The 167 km2 landholding is similar in scale to the world class lithium producing projects in South America.
BMR owns two high-quality flake graphite deposits in South Korea, each with JORC Code compliant resources, which are close to existing infrastructure and in close proximity to major battery manufacturers and end users. Both projects were previously producing graphite mines and have excellent expansion potential.