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Surge Battery Metals Advances Nevada Lithium Project with Exploration Plan

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Surge Battery Metals Inc. (TSXV: NILI.V) has submitted an Exploration Plan of Operations (EPO) to the Bureau of Land Management for its Nevada North Lithium Project. The plan, once approved, will allow for significant expansion of the drilling area to define and potentially enlarge the lithium resource.

The EPO includes installing groundwater wells, additional metallurgical testing, and geotechnical investigations. Surge has completed necessary studies and will collaborate with the BLM for the Environmental Assessment under NEPA.

CEO Greg Reimer expressed confidence in the project’s progression and the upcoming 2024 drill program. Alan J. Morris, a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101, has endorsed the technical content of this announcement.

Surge Battery Metals, a Canadian exploration company, focuses on lithium for the electric vehicle market. The Nevada North Lithium Project, located near Jackpot, Nevada, has shown promising lithium clay deposits. The 2023 drill program aims to extend the known mineralization, with initial assays indicating high lithium content.

This news release contains forward-looking statements regarding commodity prices, exploration activities, and the company’s plans and potential. These statements are subject to various risks and uncertainties, including market conditions and regulatory approvals.

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