Pure Energy Minerals Limited Appoints Dr. Andy Robinson to the Board of Directors
Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 09/17/2015 – – Pure Energy Minerals Limited (TSX VENTURE: PE) (FRANKFURT: A111EG) (OTCQB: HMGLF) (the “Company” or “Pure Energy”) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Andy Robinson to the Company’s Board of Directors.
Dr. Robinson, who joined Pure Energy in November, 2014 as COO, is an experienced geoscientist with a PhD in geochemistry from the University of Bristol and 20 years experience of successful project development. This includes over a decade working for an international engineering consulting company, including a wide range of groundwater-focused projects in the resource and energy sectors. Dr. Robinson’s focus for the last ten years has been on senior technical and executive management roles for publicly-listed companies, including Swift Power Corp. and Veresen Inc. During this time, he has successfully taken projects from inception to production while delivering sustained corporate growth.
Pure Energy CEO, Robert Mintak commented, “I am pleased to welcome Andy to the Pure Energy Board. His project experience and expertise will strengthen our Board as we continue to grow the Company.”
About Pure Energy:
Pure Energy is a lithium-brine resource developer with a focus on becoming the lowest cost lithium supplier for the burgeoning lithium battery industry in North America. Pure Energy is currently focused on the development of our prospective Clayton Valley South Lithium Brine Project, which has the following key attributes:
1. Three main claim areas, covering approximately 8,000 acres in the southern half of Clayton Valley, Esmeralda County, Nevada, located next to the only producing lithium operation in the United States; Albemarle’s Silver Peak lithium brine mine.
2. Through drilling and exploration work to date, the Company has established an Inferred Resource (in accordance with NI 43-101) of 816,000 metric tonnes of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE).
The Company is undertaking Preliminary Economic Assessment level work to better understand the economics and feasibility of using modern processing techniques to convert the Clayton Valley South brines into the high purity lithium products required for new energy storage uses.
On behalf of the Board of Directors
Chief Executive Officer
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