Battery Mineral Resources Corp., earlier known as Fusion Gold Ltd., is a junior mineral mining company that primarily discovers, evaluates, acquires, explores, and develops mineral assets with the potential for battery-grade mineral contents. Battery Mineral Resources Corp. is a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange, with its common shares trading under the ticker BMR.
The exploration and development project portfolio of the Vancouver-based natural resource mining and exploration company includes:
Minera Altos de Punitaqui is a copper (Cu) and gold (Au) property situated in the Coquimbo region, Chile. The MAP Project includes a central processing facility featuring a copper sulphide circuit for crushing, grinding, and flotation to transform mineral feeds into copper and gold concentrate. The facility gets minerals from four satellite mines
• San Andres
• Los Mantos
McAra Project consists of a cobalt mine and potential high-grade mineralization located in Canada. The exploration and drilling programs by Battery Mineral Resources led to the discovery of a cobalt sulphide vein system, breccia, and sulphide mineralization onsite. Currently, the company is conducting further drilling to continue the exploration program.
Gowganda is a tailing deposit central to the mineral processing facility and exploration projects of the company. In February 2018, Battery Mineral resources acquired the Gowganda Project situated in Sudbury. The project is equipped with road connectivity, power supply and other mining infrastructure.
Iron Mask and Cobra Projects is comprised of 65 mineral claims in southeast Ontario. The three prime targets onsite include Magnetite, Cobalt and Cobra.
The battery mineral producer operates the following additional cobalt projects:
• Island 27
• Elk Lake
• Shining Tree
• White Lake
• White Reserve
The Idaho Project is situated in the Blackbird Mining District in the United States. The project comprises 434 mining concessions divided into three areas -- Bonanza (11.9 square kilometers), Desert (2.3 square kilometers), and East Fork (23.4 square kilometers). The company owns a 100 per cent stake in all three projects.
The Amargosa Lithium Project is situated approximately 130 kilometers west of Las Vegas, Nevada. Battery Mineral Resources owns a 100 per cent stake in the project.
The Franklin Wells Lithium Project consists of hectorite clay and zeolite mineralization in California.
In addition, Battery Mineral Resources Corp. also owns and operates two graphite projects in South Korea -- Geumam and Taehwa. The company aims to identify, mine and produce battery minerals and metals to supply to the battery market and to continue the exploration and development operations to enhance shareholders’ wealth.