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Graphano Energy Expands Lac Aux Bouleaux Project with New Mining Claims

Graphano Energy Expands Lac Aux Bouleaux Project

**Graphano Energy Ltd.** (TSXV: GEL) (OTCQB: GELEF) (FSE: 97G0) has announced the staking of an additional 20 mining claims on the western side of its 100% owned Lac-Aux-Bouleaux (“LAB”) project.

Expansion of Graphite Exploration

Luisa Moreno, Chief Executive Officer, explained: “We are pleased to have extended our LAB claims, significantly enhancing our exploration potential in the area. The LAB region, home to a historical graphite mine and adjacent to the operating Lac-des-Iles mine, is the only graphite-producing area in North America. Our exploration results at the LAB project have been very promising.”

The new claims double the LAB project’s holdings. Initially, the LAB claims consisted of 16 units (840.71 Ha). With 20 new claims (1,187.13 Ha), the total area now covers 36 claims over 2,028 Ha.

Graphano’s Future Prospects

The stratigraphy and geology are similar to the original LAB project claims and the Lac des Iles mine, but the new claims’ area remains largely unexplored.

About Graphano Energy

**Graphano Energy Ltd.** is an exploration and development company focused on energy metals resources from exploration to production. The Lac Aux Bouleaux property, adjacent to Canada’s only producing graphite mine in Quebec, has historically been active for natural graphite. With growing demand in industries like lithium batteries for electric cars, the company aims to meet future demands.


Luisa Moreno
Chief Executive Officer and Director

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