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LiCo Energy Metals - Intersects 0.77% Cobalt Over 3.40m and 1.50% Over 0.40 m at the Teledyne Cobalt Property

posted on Mar 07, 2018 08:59AM


2018-03-07 08:38:00 AM ET (PR Newswire)

LiCo Energy Metals Inc. ("the Company" or LiCo") (TSX-V: LIC) (OTCQB: WCTXF) is pleased to report assay results for drill holes TE17-06 through to TE17-11 completed on the Teledyne Cobalt Property, located 6 km northeast of Cobalt, Ontario. The current drill program was designed to confirm and extend the existing known mineralization along strike and up and down dip.

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"LiCo is pleased to report the final assay results for the Phase 1 diamond drill program completed at the Teledyne Cobalt Property. Drill hole TE17-08 intersected multiple zones of cobalt mineralization over a core interval of just over 19 m" says Tim Fernback, President & CEO of LiCo.

A summary of the most significant results of the recent drill core assays are:

-- TE17-07 0.50% Co over 2.10 m from 127.60 to 129.70 m, including 1.50% over 0.40 cm from 128.20 to 128.60 m.

-- TE17-08 0.77% Co over 3.40 m from 169.50 to 172.90 m, including 1.17% Co over 2.00 m from 169.50 to 171.50 m.

-- TE17-08 0.59% Co over 1.20 m from 174.00 to 175.20 m.

-- TE17-08 0.62% Co over 0.60 m from 178.60 to 179.20 m.

-- TE17-11 0.54% Co over 2.00 m from 130.00 to 132.00 m, including 1.07% Co over 0.50 m from 130.00 to 130.50 m.

On the Teledyne Cobalt Property, the Company completed a total of 11 diamond drill holes totaling 2,200 m in the fall of 2017.

The results and drill hole collar information for diamond drill holes TE17-06 to TE17-11 are summarized in Tables 1 & 2 below.

Table 1: Summary of Diamond Drill Results

      DDH   From (m)  To(m)   (m)     Co(%) Ag (ppm) Cu (ppm) Zn (ppm)  Pb (ppm)
    TE17-06  164.00  165.00   1.00    0.14    0.7       4        33         6
    TE17-07  127.60  129.70   2.10    0.50    2.3      130      157        32
     incl.   128.20  128.60   0.40    1.50    6.6      206       84        46
    TE17-08  160.00  160.50   0.50    0.25    7.7      516       27       402
    TE17-08  165.50  166.50   1.00    0.23    4.7       59       31       652
    TE17-08  169.50  172.90   3.40    0.77    7.6      252       68      1370
     incl.   169.50  171.50   2.00    1.17    8.3       62       41      1758
     incl.   171.00  171.50   0.50    2.09   23.5      228       46      5400
    TE17-08  174.00  175.20   1.20    0.59     21      338       43      2191
     incl.   174.30  175.20   0.90    0.71   24.4      437       43      2548
    TE17-08  178.60  179.20   0.60    0.62   20.8      101       72       991
    TE17-09  145.50  147.50   2.00    0.09    0.4       13       16         5
     incl.   146.40  146.65   0.25    0.20    0.4        5       15         2
    TE17-10  124.55  128.00   3.45    0.11    0.5       10       24         4
     incl.   124.55  125.50   0.95    0.19    0.7        9       25         5
    TE17-11  130.00  132.00   2.00    0.54    1.1       13       36         8
     incl.   130.00  130.50   0.50    1.07    0.7       14       29         3

Note: Intervals reported in Table 1 represent core lengths and not true widths.

Table 2: Drill hole Collar Information

      DDH    Azm     Dip
    TE17-06  090     -45
    TE17-07  090     -50
    TE17-08  090     -49
    TE17-09  090     -45
    TE17-10  090     -45
    TE17-11  090     -54

QA/QC Program

LiCo Energy Metals Inc. has implemented a quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) program for Teledyne Cobalt Property Phase 1 diamond drilling program.

Diamond drill core was logged, then sawed in half, with one half placed in a labelled bag, and the remaining half placed back into the core box and stored in a secured compound. Either a standard or a blank was inserted every 20th sample. All samples were shipped to Activation Laboratories in Ancaster, Ontario. Each sample is coarsely crushed and a 250 g aliquot is pulverized for analysis. A 0.25g sample is digested with a near total digestion (4 acids) and then analyzed using an ICP. QC for the digestion is 14% for each batch, 5 method reagent blanks, 10 in-house controls, 10 samples duplicates, and 8 certified reference materials. An additional 13% QC is performed as part of the instrumental analysis to ensure quality in the areas of instrumental drift. If over limits for Cu, Pb, Zn, and Co are encountered, a sodium peroxide fusion, acid dissolution followed by ICP-OES is completed. For Ag over limits, a four-acid digestion is completed followed by ICP-OES.

Qualified Person

The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved Joerg Kleinboeck, P.Geo., an independent consulting geologist and a qualified person as defined in NI 43-101.

About LiCo Energy Metals: https://licoenergymetals.com/

LiCo Energy Metals Inc. is a Canadian based exploration company whose primary listing is on the TSX Venture Exchange. The Company's focus is directed towards exploration for high value metals integral to the manufacture of lithium ion batteries.

Glencore Bucke Cobalt Project (Cobalt, Ontario): The Company has purchased a 100% interest from Glencore Canada Corporation (subsidiary of Glencore plc) in the Glencore Bucke Property, situated in Bucke Township, 6 km east-northeast of Cobalt, Ontario, subject to a back-in provision, production royalty and off-take agreement. Strategically, the Glencore Bucke Property consists of 16.2 hectares and sits along the west boundary of LiCo's Teledyne Cobalt Project. The Property covers the southern extension of the #3 vein that was historically mined on the neighbouring Cobalt Contact Property located to the north of the Glencore Bucke Property. Diamond drilling in 1981 on the Glencore Bucke Property delineated two zones of mineralization measuring 150 m and 70 m in length.

Ontario Teledyne Cobalt Project (Cobalt, Ontario): The Company has an option to earn 100% ownership, subject to a royalty, in the Teledyne Project located near Cobalt. Ontario. The Property adjoins the south and west boundaries of claims that hosted the Agaunico Mine. From 1905 through to 1961, the Agaunico Mine produced a total of 4,350,000 lbs. of cobalt and 980,000 oz. of silver. A significant portion of the cobalt that was produced at the Agaunico Mine located along structures that extended southward onto the Teledyne property. The Company completed a total of 11 diamond drill holes totaling 2,200 m in the fall of 2017. The drilling has confirmed cobalt mineralization present on the Property which is consistent with historical grades as reported historically by Cunningham-Dunlop (1979) and Bressee (1981), disclosed in earlier news releases. These reports are available in the public domain through MNDM's AFRI database.

NI 43-101 Reports for both the Teledyne and Glencore Bucke Properties, are publicly available on www.SEDAR.com as well as the Company's website. LiCo's recently completed diamond drilling program (September to December 2017) consisted of both twinning and infill drilling of the historical drill holes located on both the Teledyne Cobalt and Glencore Bucke Properties.

Purickuta Lithium Project (Chile): The Purickuta Project is located within Salar de Atacama, a salt flat encompassing 3,000 km2, being about 100 km long, 80 km wide and home to approximately 37% of the worlds Lithium production and Chile itself holds 53% of the world's known lithium reserves (Source: Bloomberg Markets - June 23, 2017, "Lithium Squeeze Looms as Top Miner Front-Loads, Chile Says"). The property is 160 hectares large and is enveloped by a concession owned by Sociedad Quimica y Minera ("SQM") and lies within a few kilometers of a property owned by CORFO (the Chilean Economic Development Agency) where its leases land to both SQM and Albermarle's Rockwood Lithium Corp. ("Albermarle") for lithium extraction. Together these two companies, SQM and Albermarle, have a combined annual production of over 62,000 tonnes of LCE (Lithium Carbonate Equivalent) making up 100% of Chile's current lithium output. As reported in The Economist (June 15, 2017 - A battle for supremacy in the lithium triangle), the Salar de Atacama has the largest and highest quality proven reserves of lithium. The combination of the desert's hot sun, scarce rainfall, and the mineral-rich brines make Chile's production costs the world's lowest. This together with a favourable investment climate, low levels of corruption, and the quality of its bureaucracy and courts makes Chile a favourable place to conduct business.

Dixie Valley Lithium Project (Nevada, USA): The Company has an option to acquire a 100% interest, subject to a 3% NSR, on a large lithium exploration project at the Humboldt Salt Marsh in Dixie Valley, Nevada. Some important geological similarities exist between various lithium brines, notably geothermal activity, a dry climate, a closed basin, an aquifer, and tectonically driven subsistence exist at Dixie Valley along with Clayton Valley and various lithium bearing salars in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia.

Black Rock Desert Lithium Project (Nevada, USA): The Company has entered into an option agreement whereby the Company may earn an undivided 100% interest, subject to a 3% NSR, in the Black Rock Desert Lithium Project in southwest Black Rock Desert, Washoe County, Nevada.

The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved Joerg Kleinboeck, P.Geo., an independent consulting geologist and a qualified person as defined in NI 43-101.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors Tim Fernback, President & CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Disclaimer for Forward-Looking Information: This news release may contain forward-looking statements which include, but are not limited to, comments that involve future events and conditions, which are subject to various risks and uncertainties. Except for statements of historical facts, comments that address resource potential, upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt and security of mineral property titles, availability of funds, and others are forward-looking. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results may vary materially from those statements. General business conditions are factors that could cause actual results to vary materially from forward-looking statements.

Phone: +1-236-521-0207 LiCoEnergyMetals.com

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