developing new technologies to solve the biggest environmental problems currently facing the mining industry
St Georges Eco-Mining Technologies Profile
St-Georges Eco-Mining Spin-Out ZeU Applies for Conditional Listing Approval; Share Distribution Record Date Set
- Filed to obtain conditional approval from the Canadian Securities Exchange to list ZeU Crypto Networks Corp.
- The last required condition to complete the distribution of ZeU shares to St-Georges shareholders
- Shareholders of record on August 7, 2018, will receive approximately 1 share of ZeU, for every 8 shares they own of St-Georges
“St-Georges’ metallurgical and technological approach to mining exploration enables the inexpensive acquisition of mineral projects that have been overseen, rejected or deemed non-exploitable in the past. It also enables access to environmentally stringent jurisdictions. ”
Developing new technologies to solve the biggest environmental problems in the mining industry.
If these new technologies are successful, they should improve the financial bottom line of current mining producers.
Potential success of these technologies would also involve upgrading certain current known metal resources to economic status while addressing environmental and social acceptability issues.
The Julie Nickel Discovery Project on Quebec's North Shore.
Le Royal Lithium Project, adjacent to Quebec Lithium Mine (Abitibi, Quebec)
A direct or indirect control of all mineral exploration licences in Iceland through its subsidiary Iceland Resources.
Julie Nickel Discovery
11.64 meters channel intersection grading 1.82% Nickel, 0.29% Copper and 0.04% Cobalt
3,735 line-km of airborne magnetic geophysical survey with 100m spacing completed in 2011
Standing Exploration Agreement with the Innu First Nation
Julie is located 142 km northwest of the deep sea port town of Baie-Comeau on the Quebec North Shore and is accessible by paved and logging roads. The Julie project is one of the main active exploration projects for St-Georges and covers over 4000 hectares
The main discovery contains semi-massive & massive sulphides associated with magmatic intrusive rocks of gabbroic composition. The Sulphides consists of pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, and pentlandite. The mineralization is hosted in the gabbro-norite.
Le Royal Lithium Project
Sample collected yields 2.508% LiO2
Regional geological environment is favourable to potential large discovery
Lithium found in the samples is contained mostly in Lepidolite with the presence of spodumene
Le Royal is an active exploration project covering 286 hectares within a known lithium district. Albeit situated only 4 km from the Quebec Lithium Mine it constitute a new discovery. Le Royal is easily accessible and lies close to infrastructure and facilities.
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