The lithium company, Global Geoscience (ASX:GSC) says its key project is on track to production and at low costs, which paves the way for it to being a major Lithium-Boron player.
The company presented at the Cathodes 2017 Conference in California noting its Nevada, Ryolite Ridge project has many advantages over other lithium deposits, with high recoveries.
Global Geoscience’s large deposits are close to markets, while it also has two sources of revenue.
The shallow, thick and flat lying resources have sales values of over $8000 per tonne for Lithium Carbonate and $800 per tonne for Boric Acid.
Shares in Global Geoscience (ASX:GSC) closed 2.33 per cent higher yesterday at 22 cents.