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Nevada Lithium Discovers 4,154 ppm Lithium over 680 ft in Bonnie Claire Project

Nevada Lithium Resources Inc. (CSE: NVLH; OTCQB: NVLHF; FSE: 87K) has announced significant core assay results from the second diamond drill hole in the 2023 drill program at the Bonnie Claire lithium project, situated in Nye County, Nevada. Drilled to a depth of 2,500 feet, BC2303C ended in high-grade lithium mineralization, marking the thickest +4,000 ppm lithium zone identified to date.

Nevada Lithium’s CEO Provides Insight

Stephen Rentschler, CEO of Nevada Lithium, highlighted the continuous discovery of high-grade mineralized zones, emphasizing the potential expansion in thickness to the east and openness in several directions of these zones. The significant step-out and exploration results highlight the potential beyond the current resource limits, underscoring the need for a reanalyzed 2024 workplan.

Exploration and Development Highlights

Key highlights include the identification of deeper and higher grade mineralization, with BC2303C showcasing over 100 continuous feet averaging over 5,000 ppm lithium. The exploration results confirm the presence of a +3,000 ppm mineralized zone, extending laterally, with potential for expansion through further drilling.

Commitment to Quality and Future Prospects

Nevada Lithium applies a rigorous Quality Assurance / Quality Control protocol, ensuring reliable and accurate assay results. Looking forward, the company anticipates expanding the lateral extent of the high-grade lower zone and continues work towards a preliminary feasibility study.

The company’s focus remains on capitalizing on the significant lithium demand by advancing the Bonnie Claire project, with its inferred mineral resource and the potential for economic extraction driving future developments.

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