Gold Coast Investment Showcase 2016 Presentation

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New Acquisition: Mavis Lithium Project

15 March 2016: Pioneer announced new Joint Venture - Mavis Lithium Project

22 June 2016: Pioneer announced that it will proceed with Mavis Lithium Project Acquisition and Strategic Alliance after successfully completing Due Diligence

Pioneer Resources Ltd announcement

International Lithium Corp announcement

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Lithium Information

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Lithium Projects

Pioneer further expands lithium project portfolio & exposure to demand-driven commodities with current Lithium projects:

  • The Mavis Lithium Project in Ontario Canada, where twenty prospective pegmatites have been mapped to outcrop and sampling todate have returned encouraging Lithium results. Read more ⇨
  • Pioneer has discovered pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralisation at its 100%-held Pioneer Dome Project, near Norseman in Western Australia. Outcropping pegmatite-hosted lithium mineralisation identified in rock chip samples at the Pioneer Dome Project - confirms the presence of LCT pegmatites. Tenements cover 13 pegmatite clusters that have been identified over a 20 km strike length. 4,000 sample soil geochemistry program underway. Interim report following the receipt of the first 668 sample assays announced; Rock chip assay results of up to 3.94% Li₂O and; Soil geochemistry program identifies five lithium anomalies. The rest of the 4000 samples are expected to be completed in May 2016 with drilling likely in the September 2016 quarter. Read more ⇨
  • Donnelly Lithium Project in the World Class Greenbushes Minerals field in south west Australia, only 12-60 km from the Greenbushes Lithium mine. Read more ⇨
  • Phillips River Lithium Project 100 km east of the Mt Caitlin Lithium Mine, Ravensthorpe WA, where previous explorer roadside sampling has indicated 2 standout lithium anomalies supported by modified pegmatite PEG-4 index values, and a number of other lithium anomalies which warrant further investigation. Read more ⇨

Lithium has been classed as a ‘critical metal’ meaning it has a number of important uses across various parts of the modern, globalised economy including communication, electronic, digital, mobile and battery technologies; and transportation, particularly aerospace and automotive emissions reduction. Critical metals seem likely to play an important role in the nascent green economy, particularly solar and wind power; electric vehicle and rechargeable batteries; and energy-efficient lighting. Read more ⇨