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Noram Ventures samples six feet of 900 ppm lithium at Hector

Wednesday, November 30, 2016 12:01
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Noram Ventures Inc (CVE:NRM) said Wednesday it has received additional sample results from its 100%-owned Hector Lode lithium project, which is located adjacent to an existing bentonite/hectorite mine in San Bernardino county, California.

Noram Ventures is a Canada-based junior exploration company, with a goal of becoming a force in the green energy revolution through the development of lithium and graphite deposits, and becoming a low-cost supplier for the burgeoning lithium battery industry.

“The second round samples include HEC-022, HEC-023 and HEC-024 that were horizontal chip samples that assayed 900 parts per million (ppm) lithium (Li) over six feet, 620 [ppm] Li over four feet and 345 ppm Li over five feet. Also, sample HEC-028, approximately 1,000 feet (300 metres) to the west of HEC-022 through HEC-024, ran 334 ppm Li,” said Bradley Peek, Noram’s independent geological consultant.

“These samples indicate that there is lithium in the mineralizing system, as documented in the historical reports and noted in Noram’s previous news releases. Lessons learned from the second geological and sampling phase provide a much clearer direction leading up to the phase l core drilling program,” he added.

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