Vancouver, Canada – September 29th, 2021 – Arbor Metals Corp. (the “Company”) (TSXV: ABR, FWB: 432) announces that it has engaged the services of Advanced Surveying and Professional Services (ASPS) to complete the technical review and acquisition process of a prospective lithium brine project in Nevada, USA, in the vicinity of Albermarle’s Silver Peak mine in Clayton Valley. ASPS has over 35 years’ experience in surveying and discovering various mineral deposits in the State of Nevada. The Company looks forward to working with ASPS in completing the acquisition and commencing the initial work on the property. The Company expects to be able to close on the acquisition in the next couple of weeks.
The move into lithium is an integral part of the Company’s exploration strategy. Management continually evaluates opportunities anywhere in the world where there is the potential for a significant deposit that meets the Company’s criteria.
Readers are cautioned that the Company has not yet finalized the terms for the acquisition of the lithium project, and there can be no guarantee that a transaction will ultimately proceed. Completion of any transaction will be subject to customary closing conditions, which may include regulatory approval. The Company will provide further information regarding the prospective acquisition once terms have been finalized.
For further information, contact Mark Ferguson, Chief Executive Officer, at , or visit the Company’s website at .
On behalf of the Board,
Arbor Metals Corp.
Mark Ferguson, Chief Executive Officer
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