Noram welcomes Adam Falkoff to the Board of Director who is named in the Power 100 of Washington, D.C. by Washington Life Magazine and the current President and CEO of the Association of Rare Earth (RARE)
Noram completes an updated NI 43101 with new resource estimates totaling 363.15 million metric tonnes at a grade of 923 ppm Li (or 1,784 million tonnes of LCE) in the M+I categories, and an Inferred Mineral Resource of 827.2 million tonnes (or 3,892 million tonnes of LCE) at a grade of 884 ppm Li, at a 400 ppm Lithium cut-off.
The new resource estimate has resulted in a 70% Increase in Measured + Indicated resources and a 369% Increase in Inferred resources from the February 2020 reported resources at a 400 ppm lithium cut-off.
Noram Ventures Inc. changes name to “Noram Lithium Corp.” Sandy MacDougall becomes interim President and CEO, and Anita Algie assumes role of Chair.
Noram engages Integrous for investor relations.
Noram engages ABH Engineering to complete PEA.
Noram arranges non-brokered, strategic 2.3M financing obtaining ample capital to complete drilling, update and upgrade resource estimate and preliminary economic assessment (PEA).
Noram received research report by independent analyst Fundamental Research Corp. which gave the company a peer-compared fair value of C$1.27 assuming a 50% increase to its preliminary resource of 1.17M tonnes LCE at a 900ppm cut-off.
Noram reports initial success with chloride-based leaching of lithium from clays achieving 95% Li into solution.
Noram upgrades its US Listing and starts trading on the OTCQB under the symbol NRVTF:US.
Noram files updated resource estimate based on 60 drillholes which resulted in a new inferred resource of 145 million tonnes grading 1145 ppm Li at a 900 ppm cut-off.
Green Energy Inc. files complaint against Centrestone Resources LLC due to a hostile attempt at overstaking of the Zeus property. Wins court judgment and receives cash settlement from Centrestone.
Noram buys back CDN Maverick’s 25% stake in Green Energy Resources Inc. (Noram’s wholly owned subsidiary in Nevada) and gains 100% ownership over the Zeus Property.
Noram is the first company to complete a NI 43-101 compliant clay-based lithium resource in Clayton Valley. The resource model is designed around 46 shallow, portable backpack-drilled core holes.
The Company refiled updated NI 43-101 Technical Report with a maiden inferred clay-hosted lithium resource in Clayton Valley.
Noram enters into strategic JV with CDN Maverick (former Alba Minerals Ltd.) to advance initial 46-holes drill program on the Zeus Property.
Noram makes initial property acquisitions in Clayton Valley, both North and South of Albemarle’s Silver Peak mine, North America’s only lithium producer.