A flick through PepinNini Lithium’s Project Portfolio

  • May 28, 2019 AEST
  • Team Kalkine
A flick through PepinNini Lithium’s Project Portfolio

An exploration company, PepinNini Lithium Limited (ASX: PNN) is focused on the exploration of battery minerals; lithium in Argentina and Nickel-Cobalt in Australia. The company's projects are based in the lithium triangle of South America, where 59 per cent of global lithium reserves are found with 33 per cent of the high-grade reserves.

Through its wholly-owned Argentine entity, PepinNini SA, the company holds nine mining leases (mina), totalling 208km2 in the western part of Salta Province, NW Argentina, all occurring within the recognised "Lithium Triangle", which covers parts of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia.

PepinNini SA Lithium Project Mining Leases (Source: Company Reports)

In Salta, the company’s established exploration team has undertaken exploration on the Rincon and Incahuasi Projects. The geophysical TEM (time domain electromagnetic) survey carried out over Incahuasi Salar surface has indicated two distinct zones; firstly, a halite surface layer with a conductive potential brine bearing layer below and secondly a saturated conductive zone from the surface and potentially brine bearing.

In March 2019, the company commenced the brine sampling from monitoring boreholes on the Rincon Project. As part of the process, the company intends to clean the boreholes of drilling fluids and sampling at specific depths for aquifer horizons.

During the 2019 March quarter, the resource for Salar de Pular Project was re-calculated, re-stated and re-issued in accordance with The JORC Code 2012, as per which, the project contains 91,000 tonnes Measured and 82,000 tonnes Inferred LCE and 1.7 million tonnes Measured and 1.6 million tonnes Inferred Potash (KCl).

Updated Resource Estimate, Pular Project

Furthermore, the company also holds four mining leases over 6,840ha, which are prospective for copper and gold, the Santa Ines Project.

In Australia, the company holds two granted exploration tenements and eight exploration licence applications (ELAs) covering 14,003km2 located in the Musgrave Province of South Australia. In addition, PNN through a Farm-in Joint Venture Agreement with Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd, has the right to earn up to 51% interest in four Exploration Licence Applications in the Musgrave Province.

During the March quarter, the company raised $1.5 million before costs via private placement and entitlement issue. These funds will be used for re-sampling of monitoring boreholes for brine grade and geochemistry, drilling boreholes (up to 2) for aquifer testing, brine grades and resource statement, analysis of samples, resource modelling and estimation. In parallel, the funds will be used for the general working capital requirements of the company.

Use of Funds (Source: Company Reports)

The company is focused on cost reduction by minimising overheads where possible and after testing projects divesting those with limited or low potential. The management and staff of the company are also very supportive as they remained committed to the company on reduced salaries to ensure the maximum funds possible are directed towards exploration.

At the time of writing, i.e., on 28th May 2019, the stock of the company settled the day’s trading session at a price of $0.003, with a market capitalisation of ~$3.71 million. It has 52 weeks high price of $0.024 and 52 weeks low of $0.002, with an average volume of ~1,411,494 (annual basis).


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