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  #31  
No Leído 16-abr-2016, 20:21
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La bolsa alli abre sobre las 0:00 hora española? Vamos la madrugada del domingo al lunes


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Abre hora española desde las 2 madrugada hasta las 8. Hay que madrugar o por la mañana poner la orden
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De 5 a 6 de la mañana esta parada . la orden con de giro en asx dura 24h yo la pongo a las 8 de la tarde él domingi
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De 5 a 6 de la mañana esta parada . la orden con de giro en asx dura 24h yo la pongo a las 8 de la tarde él domingi


Te ha funcionado así? Yo es que siempre he comprado con el mercado abierto, pero si la puedes poner desde esta tarde, fenomenal.
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Te ha funcionado así? Yo es que siempre he comprado con el mercado abierto, pero si la puedes poner desde esta tarde, fenomenal.
yo tmbn lo hago como piradox, y me entra a primera orden, a veces compra, y luego sube un 20%, ya me tiene pasado de dejar una orden puesta levantarme y ver el jugoso beneficio
  #36  
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Yo pensaba que si daba la orden a las 20h por ejemplo a las 0:00 se cancelaba pero deben ser 24h desde que se manda a de giro. Suelen hacer mantenimiento del webtrader sobre 00:00-01:00 y dan errores raros por eso prefiero dejarla puesta. Hoy ya puse la de mi hermana
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Demand for lithium—the hottest commodity on the planet and the only commodity to show positive price movement in 2015—is poised to continue on its upward trajectory, becoming the world’s new gasoline and earning the moniker of ‘’White Petroleum’’. And the battle for market share in and around this commodity has everyone from major tech players to trend-setting investor gurus vying for a foothold.

Driven by the rise of battery gigafactories and game-changing Powerwall and energy storage businesses, the world now finds itself at the beginning of a lithium super cycle that is all about securing new supply, much of which is poised to come from lithium superstar Argentina.

We have Tesla in the far corner, building its battery gigafactory in Nevada, for which it needs tons of lithium at a reasonable price, and just last week Tesla announced its plans for the Model 3, which has already hit over 300,000 pre-orders. To give you an idea of just how meaningful this is, Tesla produced less than 50,000 cars last year. Elon himself mentioned during the unveiling that Tesla will be gobbling up much of the world’s lithium supply with plans to produce 500,000 EVs per year. “In order to produce a half million cars per year…we would basically need to absorb the entire world’s lithium-ion production.” Remember – this is one man, one company. Tesla’s soon-to-be-completed gigafactory will produce more lithium-ion batteries than the rest of the world combined.

And opposite Tesla, we have some other major players shifting gears that will affect the lithium space.

Chinese billionaire Jia Yueting is stepping onto Tesla’s playing field with its own electric car start-up, Faraday Future, and Apple is planning one too, by 2019. Through its Alphabet holding company, Google is also getting into the game with plans for a self-driving car.

They are fighting it out not only to be the first to capture the most electric vehicle market share and the best engineers, but they are getting down to the core of this arena, which is lithium—the key element that will make it all work.

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This is D-Day for lithium miners, and it’s all about new entrants to a space that is about to change exponentially. Big investors are definitively standing up and taking notice—and even jumping into the game.

One of Canada’s most noteworthy investors in the mining sector, Frank Giustra, is the latest to see lithium for what it is—the single-most valuable commodity of our tech-driven future, and one that is already in short supply.

The investor extraordinaire with a focus on big mining deals has thrown his support behind Lithium X which is exploring in the key “Lithium Triangle” area of Argentina and is the largest land holder in Nevada’s Clayton Valley, the only producing lithium area in the entire United States. Lithium X has over 15,000 acres in Clayton Valley, near Albermarle’s Silver Peak mine, the only American lithium producer right now, and about three hours from Tesla’s gigafactory.

Right now, there is a lot of ‘smart money’ getting in on the lithium land rush, and a mining legend like Giustra would never have been late to this party in Nevada—but the big attraction is our lithium plays in Argentina, which is ground zero for the commodity in South America,” Lithium X Chairman Paul Matysek told Oilprice.com.

“At the end of the day, Frank ,likes to get involved in a project if he sees a massive shift in an industry’s fundamentals ,” Matysek added. “Lithium— is certainly showing all the right signs!”

Floored by the ‘White Petroleum’ Fundamentals

The fundamentals here are impressive, and the catalysts for lithium prices are spectacularly clear—all of which is pushing prices up and creating an aggressively competitive playing field that is likely to see a lot of acquisition talk.

There are plenty of reasons to be bullish about what Goldman Sachs calls the “new gasoline” that will fuel our technology-driven resource era.



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According to The Economist, the ‘’global scramble to secure supplies of lithium by the world’s largest battery producers, and by end-users such as carmakers”, among other things, has seen the price of lithium carbonate imported to China more than double just in November and December of last year alone, when it reached an amazing $13,000 per ton. Some contracts in China, according to Bloomberg, have seen over $23,000.

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There is no denying that this is a euphorically tight market, with demand rising steadily and expected to spike drastically, and suppliers struggling to keep pace—which means that the door for new lithium supplies is wide open and this is now a fast-paced exploration and exploitation game.

And even without the battery gigafactories, a Powerwall and storage revolution or streets lined with electric vehicles—demand for lithium would still remain steady just to keep up with consumer electronics.

For the electric vehicle industry alone, Goldman Sachs predicts that for every 1 percent rise in EV market share, lithium demand will rise by 70,000 tons per year. Furthermore, Goldman Sachs predicts that the lithium market could triple in size by 2025 just on the back of electric vehicles.

The Hunt for Lithium Is On …

The lithium that is currently being mined quite simply is not enough to put a dent in the projected demand dictated by our hunger for consumer electronics and the pending energy revolution. This means that the new market is all about new players.

Right now, most of the world’s lithium comes from Australia, China and the “Lithium Triangle” of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia. In North America, Nevada is the only player in this game, but more to the point, the U.S. state has the best lithium there is to have—lithium found in the brine.

Lithium sourced from brines, or salt water, is the most cost-effective on the market, and sourcing enough of it right at home would be a coup for all sides in the battery, storage and EV game.

And while lithium has traditionally been controlled by a handful of major global suppliers, spiking demand is changing this landscape drastically.

Related: Oil Up As Bullish Sentiment Returns To Markets

The four companies that currently control the lithium space—Albermarle (NYSE:ALB) in Chile and Nevada; SQM (NYSE:SQM) in Chile; FMC (NYSE:FMC) in Argentina; and Sichuan Tianqi in China—are about to make way for the new entrants.

And when it comes to new entrants, the biggest market share will be scooped up by those who can come up with the most lithium sourced from the brine. That means getting in on the new game in Nevada, but perhaps more importantly, securing positions in the bigger venues, particularly in Argentina.

Within the Lithium Triangle, it’s all about Argentina right now. Chile is not granting any new concessions, and opposition in Bolivia has led to a suspension of lithium mining. Argentina has recently announced a deal with creditors to repay debt stemming from the country’s 2001-2002 default, paving the way for Argentina’s return to global financial markets.

And the Argentina lithium rush is already in full swing, with miners eyeing resources of up to 128 million tons of lithium carbonate.

Investors have been pouring into this sector, according to Argentine Mining Secretary Jorge Mayoral, who recently noted that “all the big auto makers have been present in Argentina trying to get a foot in lithium development”, including Toyota, Mitsubishi and Posco.

For those who come up with the next supply, the industry will come right to them, and the sniffing around has already begun in full force.
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Alguien conoce alguna manera de conseguir tiempo real 'gratis' en AUSTRALIA?? (al estilo investing)
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Los precios ya superan los niveles de 2007, donde estaban todas estas mineras en máximos. Así que si llegan o se acercan, hay recorrido.
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Auge de baterías impulsa fuerte aumento en precio del litio

El litio proporciona un raro punto luminoso a las compañías mineras en momentos de declinación de los precios de las materias primas vinculadas a la industria pesada.

Es un momento de bonanza para las compañías mineras que se preparan para proporcionar el litio que necesitan empresas como Nissan Motor Co. y Tesla Motors Inc. para cubrir la creciente demanda de autos eléctricos.

El litio proporciona un raro punto luminoso a las compañías mineras en momentos de declinación de los precios de las materias primas vinculadas a la industria pesada, tales como mineral de hierro y carbón. El material, que también se usa en computadoras tablet y en almacenamiento de energía, resulta prometedor como consecuencia del desplazamiento de China hacia un crecimiento basado en el consumo y de los intentos globales de reducir la dependencia de los combustibles fósiles

Los precios del carbonato de litio –un producto químico industrial utilizado en las baterías de ion litio- han aumentado 47% en 2016 respecto del promedio del año pasado, según Benchmark Mineral Intelligence Ltd., que tiene sede en Londres. Dos de las cinco acciones de mejor desempeño de Australia en los últimos 18 meses de un índice de Bloomberg de 2.035 compañías que cotizan en bolsa corresponden a desarrolladoras de operaciones con materiales de litio. Entre 2015 y 2024, el mercado de provisión de baterías de ion litio para vehículos ligeros podría sumar US$221.000 millones, según Navigant Consulting Inc.
“En este momento hay un cambio de ritmo” en tanto crece la venta de autos eléctricos y los vehículos híbridos se desplazan a baterías de ion litio, dijo Michael Fotios, presidente ejecutivo de General Mining Corp., que busca comenzar a exportar en julio el mineral espodumeno, que contiene litio, a partir de un proyecto en Mt. Cattlin, en la región occidental de Australia. “La provisión de materia prima no ha seguido el ritmo, y es probable que no pueda seguir el ritmo de la demanda prevista”.
Los aumentos del precio del carbonato de litio continuarán en 2017 debido a la debilidad de la oferta, mientras que es probable que la demanda crezca un 64% para 2020 respecto de los niveles de 2015, pronostica Citigroup Inc.
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La bolsa alli abre sobre las 0:00 hora española? Vamos la madrugada del domingo al lunes
Abre a las 2:00 GTM+1 (hora española)
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La gráfica anterior refleja el aumento de ventas y ahora expongo otra con la demanda estimada hasta 2020


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He encontrado los precios de los primeros meses 2016, que no venían en las otras gráficas, mirad como sigue subiendo en Febrero, Marzo


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El plan de Tesla es ensamblar medio millón de coches al año para 2020, casi diez veces más que el pasado ejercicio. Para eso tendrá que concluir antes los trabajos en el complejo que construye en nevada para la fabricación de baterías, el segundo más grande del mundo tras la planta de ensamblaje de Boeing en Everett y en la que ha invertido 5.000 millones. Entrará en funcionamiento a comienzos de 2017 y será plenamente operativo en tres años.
http://economia.elpais.com/economia/...07_888200.html
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Buenas, alguno estais operando con degiro ahora?, sin conexión en su servidor,penoso.
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Por fin me dejo....ya he leído mas arriba ke de 0:00 a 1:00 hace cosas raras
  #48  
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Normalmente de 0:00 a 01:00 algunas veces 02:00 él webtrader suele estar en mantenimiento y te dará error de cuenta por eso es bueno dejar la orden puesta antes de esa hora. Si insistes al final acaba tragando la orden
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Yo estoy siguiendola ahora mismo. Creo que De Giro solo actualiza cuando hay un cambio en la cotizacion (por confirmar)

Confirmado

Última edición por Roto2esdios fecha: 18-abr-2016 a las 03:54
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Todos los días a las 00:00h hacen mantenimiento, menos mal que la sesión australiana es de 02:00h a 08:00h
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Pues hoy me he fijado y la orden de dia de degiro no debe durar 24h al cierre de la sesión se elimina, hoy la he puesto a las 9 de la mañana y estaré atento si se ejecuta a las 02:00
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Tocara andar en modo lechuza jaja

Estimado Miguel Angel,

Por ahora no entra en nuestros planes a corto plazo incluir las órdenes stoploss ni el libro de órdenes en el mercado australiano.

De todas formas, en caso de incluirse se avisaría a los clientes de ello.
Saludos cordiales.
Atención al Cliente DEGIRO
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http://movilidadelectrica.com/daimle...a-de-baterias/
Otra empresa que va necesitar litio :P
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Pure Energy Minerals Commences Next Phase of Drilling and Reports Brine Chemistry for Mini-Pilot Process Testing



VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - Apr 14, 2016) - Pure Energy Minerals Limited (TSX VENTURE: PE) (FRANKFURT: A111EG) (OTCQB: HMGLF) (the "Company" or "Pure Energy") announces that a core drill is once again turning at its Clayton Valley South ("CVS") Lithium Brine Project, located near Silver Peak, Nevada (the "Project"). Based on their successful track record during the phase 2 drill program at CVS, Harris Exploration Drilling and Associates Inc. remains the primary drill contractor on the Project. The drillers collared the new well (CV-3) approximately 200 metres (660 ft) southeast of CV-1. Drilled in the first phase of Pure Energy drilling at Clayton Valley, CV-1 was completed to only 275 metres (900 ft). The Company expects to drill CV-3 to a depth of up to 500 metres (1,640 ft) before completing its construction with appropriate gravel pack, bentonite, and screening.
This will be the first core drilling conducted in the northern resource area; and CV-3 will serve dual purpose as a monitoring well for upcoming pump tests and as a deeper exploration well. In addition, the recovered drill core will provide geological and porosity information on the northern resource area. Once the new well is developed and drilling muds dispersed, geophysical logs will help characterize the aquifers for sampling. Field crews will generate analytical results using proprietary aquifer-specific sampling methods developed during two previous phases of drilling. The chemical data from the new well along with its hydrogeology will contribute to the upcoming resource updates and PEA planned for summer 2016.
Brine Chemistry for Mini-Pilot Plant
In preparation for the forthcoming Mini-Pilot Plant test work, the Company applied its new sampling techniques to previously drilled wells on the CVS Project. The success of the recent sampling program has resulted in higher sample density in the northern resource area. The technical team selected brine from two different aquifers in CV-1 as the initial brine chemistry for the process trials with Tenova Bateman Technologies ("Tenova") in Katzrin, Israel. The Tenova team has begun ordering consumables and other supplies to support the work and expect to begin the test work on or about May 1st.
The brine from the upper two aquifers in CV-1 averaged 209 mg/L lithium, the sixteen individual samples ranging between 120 and 230 mg/L lithium. The magnesium content in the northern resource area is also proving to be quite low. Low magnesium content is beneficial when processing brines for lithium recovery. The average magnesium to lithium ratio for these aquifers is 1.96 to 1, having a range between 1.85 and 2.05. The lithium grades encountered in recent sampling are consistent with sampling from the northern resource area cited in the CVS mineral resource estimate from July 2015. Furthermore, the magnesium to lithium ratio is among the lowest of any lithium brine deposit in the world.
Patrick Highsmith, Pure Energy Minerals CEO, commented "We are excited to be back in the field drilling and simultaneously ramping up the process engineering and test work. We have expanded the technical team to include chemical engineers and new hydrogeologists. The progress we are making now is a direct tribute to the persistence and creativity of the field crews and the engineers behind the scenes. We are focused on growing and improving our brine resource, while at the same time demonstrating the value of its favorable chemistry with the upcoming Mini-Pilot Plant work."
The recent sampling work consisted of 16 separate brine samples recovered from a range of target depths in CV-1, plus quality control samples including: duplicates, blanks and spiked samples. The well was constructed to facilitate fluid flow from and sampling of an upper thinner aquifer and a deeper thicker fluid bearing sequence. The sampling crews collected 3 brine samples at depths between 168 and 178 metres below surface (550 to 585 ft) in an upper aquifer, interpreted to be the Main Ash Aquifer (MAA). The Company also collected 13 samples from a lower aquifer sequence between 189 and 244 metres below surface (620 to 800 ft). This lower unit is interpreted to be the Lower Aquifer System (LAS).
The brine chemistry is relatively consistent between the upper and lower aquifer systems. The upper aquifer appears to exhibit some mixing with brackish water but averages 163 mg/L lithium and has an average magnesium to lithium ratio of 2.0 to 1. The lower aquifer system is very consistent, averaging 219 mg/L lithium and a magnesium to lithium ratio of 1.95 to 1. Since future pumping is likely to produce a blended brine from both of these units, the average bulk chemistry has been transmitted to the Tenova facility in Israel. The engineers and technicians at Tenova will prepare a synthetic brine to match the Clayton Valley chemistry for the Mini-Pilot Plant test work.
The proposed lithium recovery process that will be tested in the Mini-Pilot Plant consists of three distinct phases:
LiP™ - Physical removal of alkaline earth elements using membranes;
LiSX™ - Recovery of lithium into concentrated high-purity lithium sulfate solution utilizing proven solvent extraction process; and,
LiEL™ - conversion of the lithium sulfate solution into a concentrated high-purity lithium hydroxide solution, using electrolysis, and subsequent crystallization into high-purity battery grade lithium hydroxide.
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
All analytical data reported in this news release was generated by Western Environmental Testing Laboratory ("WETLAB") of Sparks, Nevada. WETLAB is accredited by the Nevada State Division of Environmental Protection for determination of lithium, magnesium, and other elements in non-potable water by method EPA 200.7. The lab employs its own quality assurance program to ensure accuracy and precision of its data. Consistent with industry best practice, Pure Energy inserts additional blind quality control samples with every batch of samples. The data described herein have satisfied the Company's quality criteria for release.
Patrick Highsmith, Certified Professional Geologist (AIPG CPG # 11702), is a qualified person as defined by NI 43-101, and has supervised the preparation of the scientific and technical information that forms the basis for this news release. Mr. Highsmith is not independent of the Company as he is an officer and director.
About Pure Energy Minerals Ltd.
Pure Energy is a lithium-brine resource developer that is driven to become the lowest-cost lithium supplier for the burgeoning North American lithium battery industry. Pure Energy is currently focused on the development of our prospective CVS Lithium Brine Project, which has the following key attributes:
  • A large land position with excellent existing infrastructure in a first-class mining jurisdiction: Approximately 9,324 acres in three main claim groups in the southern half of Clayton Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada.
  • Adjacent to the only producing lithium operation in the United States (Albemarle's Silver Peak lithium brine mine).
  • An inferred mineral resource of 816,000 metric tonnes of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE), reported in accordance with NI 43-101.
  • Metallurgical and process studies underway to better understand the feasibility and economics of using modern environmentally-responsible processing technology to convert the CVS brines into high purity lithium products for new energy storage uses.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
"Patrick Highsmith"
Chief Executive Officer
Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.




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Pure Energy Minerals Commences Next Phase of Drilling and Reports Brine Chemistry for Mini-Pilot Process Testing



VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwired - Apr 14, 2016) - Pure Energy Minerals Limited (TSX VENTURE: PE) (FRANKFURT: A111EG) (OTCQB: HMGLF) (the "Company" or "Pure Energy") announces that a core drill is once again turning at its Clayton Valley South ("CVS") Lithium Brine Project, located near Silver Peak, Nevada (the "Project"). Based on their successful track record during the phase 2 drill program at CVS, Harris Exploration Drilling and Associates Inc. remains the primary drill contractor on the Project. The drillers collared the new well (CV-3) approximately 200 metres (660 ft) southeast of CV-1. Drilled in the first phase of Pure Energy drilling at Clayton Valley, CV-1 was completed to only 275 metres (900 ft). The Company expects to drill CV-3 to a depth of up to 500 metres (1,640 ft) before completing its construction with appropriate gravel pack, bentonite, and screening.
This will be the first core drilling conducted in the northern resource area; and CV-3 will serve dual purpose as a monitoring well for upcoming pump tests and as a deeper exploration well. In addition, the recovered drill core will provide geological and porosity information on the northern resource area. Once the new well is developed and drilling muds dispersed, geophysical logs will help characterize the aquifers for sampling. Field crews will generate analytical results using proprietary aquifer-specific sampling methods developed during two previous phases of drilling. The chemical data from the new well along with its hydrogeology will contribute to the upcoming resource updates and PEA planned for summer 2016.
Brine Chemistry for Mini-Pilot Plant
In preparation for the forthcoming Mini-Pilot Plant test work, the Company applied its new sampling techniques to previously drilled wells on the CVS Project. The success of the recent sampling program has resulted in higher sample density in the northern resource area. The technical team selected brine from two different aquifers in CV-1 as the initial brine chemistry for the process trials with Tenova Bateman Technologies ("Tenova") in Katzrin, Israel. The Tenova team has begun ordering consumables and other supplies to support the work and expect to begin the test work on or about May 1st.
The brine from the upper two aquifers in CV-1 averaged 209 mg/L lithium, the sixteen individual samples ranging between 120 and 230 mg/L lithium. The magnesium content in the northern resource area is also proving to be quite low. Low magnesium content is beneficial when processing brines for lithium recovery. The average magnesium to lithium ratio for these aquifers is 1.96 to 1, having a range between 1.85 and 2.05. The lithium grades encountered in recent sampling are consistent with sampling from the northern resource area cited in the CVS mineral resource estimate from July 2015. Furthermore, the magnesium to lithium ratio is among the lowest of any lithium brine deposit in the world.
Patrick Highsmith, Pure Energy Minerals CEO, commented "We are excited to be back in the field drilling and simultaneously ramping up the process engineering and test work. We have expanded the technical team to include chemical engineers and new hydrogeologists. The progress we are making now is a direct tribute to the persistence and creativity of the field crews and the engineers behind the scenes. We are focused on growing and improving our brine resource, while at the same time demonstrating the value of its favorable chemistry with the upcoming Mini-Pilot Plant work."
The recent sampling work consisted of 16 separate brine samples recovered from a range of target depths in CV-1, plus quality control samples including: duplicates, blanks and spiked samples. The well was constructed to facilitate fluid flow from and sampling of an upper thinner aquifer and a deeper thicker fluid bearing sequence. The sampling crews collected 3 brine samples at depths between 168 and 178 metres below surface (550 to 585 ft) in an upper aquifer, interpreted to be the Main Ash Aquifer (MAA). The Company also collected 13 samples from a lower aquifer sequence between 189 and 244 metres below surface (620 to 800 ft). This lower unit is interpreted to be the Lower Aquifer System (LAS).
The brine chemistry is relatively consistent between the upper and lower aquifer systems. The upper aquifer appears to exhibit some mixing with brackish water but averages 163 mg/L lithium and has an average magnesium to lithium ratio of 2.0 to 1. The lower aquifer system is very consistent, averaging 219 mg/L lithium and a magnesium to lithium ratio of 1.95 to 1. Since future pumping is likely to produce a blended brine from both of these units, the average bulk chemistry has been transmitted to the Tenova facility in Israel. The engineers and technicians at Tenova will prepare a synthetic brine to match the Clayton Valley chemistry for the Mini-Pilot Plant test work.
The proposed lithium recovery process that will be tested in the Mini-Pilot Plant consists of three distinct phases:
LiP™ - Physical removal of alkaline earth elements using membranes;
LiSX™ - Recovery of lithium into concentrated high-purity lithium sulfate solution utilizing proven solvent extraction process; and,
LiEL™ - conversion of the lithium sulfate solution into a concentrated high-purity lithium hydroxide solution, using electrolysis, and subsequent crystallization into high-purity battery grade lithium hydroxide.
Quality Assurance and Quality Control
All analytical data reported in this news release was generated by Western Environmental Testing Laboratory ("WETLAB") of Sparks, Nevada. WETLAB is accredited by the Nevada State Division of Environmental Protection for determination of lithium, magnesium, and other elements in non-potable water by method EPA 200.7. The lab employs its own quality assurance program to ensure accuracy and precision of its data. Consistent with industry best practice, Pure Energy inserts additional blind quality control samples with every batch of samples. The data described herein have satisfied the Company's quality criteria for release.
Patrick Highsmith, Certified Professional Geologist (AIPG CPG # 11702), is a qualified person as defined by NI 43-101, and has supervised the preparation of the scientific and technical information that forms the basis for this news release. Mr. Highsmith is not independent of the Company as he is an officer and director.
About Pure Energy Minerals Ltd.
Pure Energy is a lithium-brine resource developer that is driven to become the lowest-cost lithium supplier for the burgeoning North American lithium battery industry. Pure Energy is currently focused on the development of our prospective CVS Lithium Brine Project, which has the following key attributes:
  • A large land position with excellent existing infrastructure in a first-class mining jurisdiction: Approximately 9,324 acres in three main claim groups in the southern half of Clayton Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada.
  • Adjacent to the only producing lithium operation in the United States (Albemarle's Silver Peak lithium brine mine).
  • An inferred mineral resource of 816,000 metric tonnes of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE), reported in accordance with NI 43-101.
  • Metallurgical and process studies underway to better understand the feasibility and economics of using modern environmentally-responsible processing technology to convert the CVS brines into high purity lithium products for new energy storage uses.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
"Patrick Highsmith"
Chief Executive Officer
Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.




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Sube un 9%, otra con potencial, necesito liquidez!!!!!!!!!!!
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Sube un 9%, otra con potencial, necesito liquidez!!!!!!!!!!!




Pure Energy, vaya tela! un 17% y sigue al alza. Pues otra que hay que tener en cuenta.
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Pure Energy, vaya tela! un 17% y sigue al alza. Pues otra que hay que tener en cuenta.
pero están bastante caras respecto a las australianas no? no es mas interesante meter en las ultimas?
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Depende, si rompe el dólar, se irá a máximos de 2007 que están en 1,5. De todas formas, están más infravaloradas ahora mismo Dakota, Tempo y por supuesto Hannans.
Pero aún le veo recorrido a todas .
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pero están bastante caras respecto a las australianas no? no es mas interesante meter en las ultimas?
Caro/barato son conceptos que ahora mismo no se contemplan... van a comprar todo lo que ponga litio asi que es cuestión de posicionarse rápido en lo que sea, más adelante cuando cruja, el mercado ya entrará en razones y empezará a definir lo que está caro y lo que está barato.
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