Alpha Lithium (TSX.V: ALLI) (OTC: ALLIF) said today it received approval and drilling licenses for phase two of its three-phase drilling program on Alpha’s 100% owned, 27,500-hectare Tolillar Salar.
The drilling licenses replaced the previous licenses that had expired and could not be renewed during government COVID shutdowns. These licenses allow the company to initiate Phase Two of the Company’s three-phase drilling program.
The company said that its 27,500-hectare Tolillar Salar is one of the largest untested salars in Argentina and is 100% owned by Alpha Lithium.
“Previous drilling and sampling of the salar has established the presence of lithium across the tremendous arial extent of the Tolillar Salar and the current drill program is an additional step towards the completion of a 43-101 Resource Estimate,” said the company in a news release.
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