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Lithium Submits Drill Permit Application for Cortez Lithium Prospect in Nevada

Lithium Corporation (OTCBB: LTUM) has announced it has recently submitted a drilling permit application to the BLM field office in Battle Mountain, Nevada.

The permit makes provision for the drilling of up to 8 drill holes with depths in the order of 500 feet, on its Cortez lithium brine property in Lander County, Nevada. Lithco is currently in discussions with drill contractors, and intends to commence drilling once conditions are favorable this spring.

Lithium Corporation also intends to drill its Salt Wells prospect this coming year, as well as conducting more work at its Fish Lake Valley lithium brine prospect.

Source: Lithium Corporation

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