Multiple project Development activities underway at GT1’s Flagship Seymour Lithium project in preparation to move into development in 2024, subject to approval and support from our Indigenous and community partners
Permitting remains on-track with significant milestones achieved
Experienced permitting team established in Ontario
Formal Submission of Project Definition to Ontario Minister of Mines to initiate permitting process
Third year of baseline environmental assessments underway
Mining Lease application submitted and survey instructions received
Appointment of Roger Souckey as VP Communities to lead the Indigenous Engagement and Agreement negotiations
99 tonne LCT Pegmatite bulk sample completed over Aubry and sent to test facility to be concentrated to proposed offtake specifications and used for the maiden Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH) piloting work
Conversion facility Land package secured in Thunder Bay
New office established in Toronto and Project Development Manager engaged to lead the PEA and Feasibility Study
Green Technology Metals Limited (ASX: GT1) (GT1 or the Company), aCanadian-focused multi-asset lithium business is pleased to provide an update on the development activities underway at the Flagship Seymour project.
“We are swiftly moving into a development phase at our Flagship project with multiple development activities running across the business to allow us to be construction ready next year.
We have successfully expanded our team to include experts in permitting, community consultation and project studies within the Ontario region.
At GT1 we acknowledge and respect all traditional custodians of the land in which we operate and are committed to meaningful consultation with our Indigenous partners and their representatives as we look to progress our project with their support and approval.
Exploration will continue across the region as we develop our resources that will feed a centralised processing hub at Seymour and in parallel the team will continue to work through the environmental studies, permitting and development discussions with our indigenous community partners”.
- GT1 Chief Executive Officer, Luke Cox