VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA – January 25, 2017.
LITHIUM ENERGY PRODUCTS INC. ("Lithium Energy Products” or “LEP” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: LEP) (FRANKFURT: N8I) announced today that it has granted incentive stock options to its directors, officers and consultants to purchase up to an aggregate of 3,000,000 common shares at an exercise price of $0.065 per share. All of the options have a life of five years and vest immediately.
The options were granted under the Company's Stock Option Plan which was approved by shareholders and limit the total number of options under the plan to a maximum of 10% of the Company's issued capital.
Each option, upon exercise, entitles the holder to acquire an additional common share of Lithium Energy Products Inc. and will be subject to four months and a day holding periods.
Following the grant of the options the issued capital of Lithium Energy Products Inc. is as follows:
About Lithium Energy Products Ltd.
Lithium Energy Products has 3 highly prospective lithium properties in Nevada and Arizona.
Jackpot Lake –Moapa Valley, Nevada
100% owned - 2800 acres – 140 claims
35 km NE of Las Vegas
1976 USGS completed 129 core samples; highest Lithium value was 550 ppm, average 175 ppm
Spectrographic and atomic-absorption analyses of 135 stream sediment
samples confirmed potential for lithium mineral deposits.
Wilcox Playa –Arizona
1400 acres on shore of Wilcox Playa – Dry lake bed
In 1976 USGS identified this area as one of the most prospective locations for lithium brines and highly analogous to Clayton Valley
USGS has identified a 22 sq. mile anomaly with high electrical conductivity, interpreted as subsurface brine field with no hydrological outlet.
Little Rock Lithium Target - Yavapai County – Arizona
High grade, lithium rich lacustrine clay identified.
Target is 2500 metres along strike of basin bounding fault, 300 m perpendicular to the fault and 20 m thick
Strongly clay-altered rhyolite tuff yielded highly anomalous lithium content of 172 ppm.
Hectorite clays from the same late Miocene lacustrine and volcanic strata 40 km east of the target area carry over 2,700 ppm Lithium
Identified via electromagnetic survey in 2007
Paul Sarjeant, P.Geo., is a qualified person as defined by NI 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical contents of this news release. Mr. Sarjeant is not independent to the Company as he is a director. The property has not been the subject of a NI 43-101 report.
The company is also the owner of five iron (magnetite) properties in the Red Lake District in the Province of Ontario. The Red Lake District is an established mining region where Lithium Energy Products has two near term development projects, the past producing Griffith mine and the Karas property.
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Lithium Energy Products Inc.