AmeriLithium:  (OTCQB: AMEL) A Source of Homegrown Renewable Energy

AmeriLithium: (OTCQB: AMEL) A Source of Homegrown Renewable Energy

Companies forging a name for themselves today in such fields as battery power, solar energy, and hydroelectricity, are destined to be the juggernaut enterprises of tomorrow.  Following a burst of recent activity and accomplishments, the growing Nevada-based lithium exploration and Mining Company, AmeriLithium (OTCQB: AMEL), is poised to enter the fray as one of these companies.

 

Because of its low atomic mass and unique chemical composition, lithium is a highly malleable metal used in all sorts of industrial applications including heat-resistant glass, high-strength alloys, and perhaps most importantly in high-energy-density rechargeable batteries.  Due to the quick economic, commercial, and societal decline of traditional non-renewable energy sources such as oil, coal, and nuclear energy, lithium-based energy is expected to surge in the coming years.  AmeriLithium is now focused on developing and exploring the nearly 700,000 acres they currently hold in areas marked by high lithium concentrations.

 

Fueled by these ambitions, AmeriLithium acquired valuable assets in 2010 in Canada and Australia to add to its core resources in Nevada, resources that it extended by additional acquisitions in 2011. The company has additionally signed almost 20 million dollars in finance agreements based on the findings in the Nevada area. The company has consistently posted numerous positive exploration results detailing potentially lithium-rich areas were ever it has focused its exploration development.  With all of these assets, AmeriLithium has positioned itself on multiple fronts and in multiple markets as a potential leader in lithium excavation and production.

 

In 2011, AmeriLithium signed a contract to commence drilling in its very own 8-hole Paymaster Canyon Lithium brine project.  The positive results of this project secured the company’s foothold as a serious player for investors to watch. Thus far in 2012 AmeriLithium has only multiplied its number of significant moves and accomplishments.  In January, AmeriLithium posted more positive CSAMT surveys (Controlled-Source Audio-Frequency Magneto-Telluric, a standard survey technique in geophysical exploration) from yet another region of its Nevada territories.

 

As development of the companies Nevada site’s continues to surge in 2012, AmeriLithium has also expanded its ambitions and begun to place a great deal of focus on its Australian assets.  In April, the company teamed with the Australia-based Strategic Resource Management Pty Ltd in a joint venture to explore the Australia territory with the intent to find not just lithium but gold reserves as well.  At that time, head of the company and CEO Matthew Worrall announced: “Our main focus remains our lithium projects in Nevada.  At the same time, this JV with Strategic Resource Management will enable us to effectively and simultaneously advance our preliminary exploration of plans in Australia and assess the potential of our assets there, both in terms of lithium and gold potential.”

 

With assets all over the world and an ever-expanding portfolio of interests in the growing lithium industry, AmeriLithium has a firm grip on the inner-workings of both the financial and scientific ends of this business. AMEL is positioning itself to fund its extensive 2012 exploration program. As such, AmeriLithium represents yet another unique opportunity for investors to capitalize on before the market is saturated.

 

In 2011, AmeriLithium signed a contract to commence drilling in its very own 8-hole Paymaster Canyon Lithium brine project.  The positive results of this project secured the company’s foothold as a serious player for investors to watch. Thus far in 2012 AmeriLithium has only multiplied its number of significant moves and accomplishments.  In January, AmeriLithium posted more positive CSAMT surveys (Controlled-Source Audio-Frequency Magneto-Telluric, a standard survey technique in geophysical exploration) from yet another region of its Nevada territories.

 

As development of the companies Nevada site’s continues to surge in 2012, AmeriLithium has also expanded its ambitions and begun to place a great deal of focus on its Australian assets.  In April, the company teamed with the Australia-based Strategic Resource Management Pty Ltd in a joint venture to explore the Australia territory with the intent to find not just lithium but gold reserves as well.  At that time, head of the company and CEO Matthew Worrall announced: “Our main focus remains our lithium projects in Nevada.  At the same time, this JV with Strategic Resource Management will enable us to effectively and simultaneously advance our preliminary exploration of plans in Australia and assess the potential of our assets there, both in terms of lithium and gold potential.”

 

With assets all over the world and an ever-expanding portfolio of interests in the growing lithium industry, AmeriLithium has a firm grip on the inner-workings of both the financial and scientific ends of this business.  (OTCQB: AMEL) is positioning itself to fund its extensive 2012 exploration program. As such, AmeriLithium represents yet another unique opportunity for investors to capitalize on before the market is saturated.

 

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