Chaired by Australian Lithium trailblazer, Iggy Tan, Lithium Universe Limited’s main objective is to establish itself as a prominent Lithium project builder by prioritizing swift and successful development of Lithium projects.
Instead of exploring for the sake of exploration, Lithium Universe’s mission is to quickly obtain a resource and construct a spodumene-producing mine in Québec, Canada. Unlike many other Lithium exploration companies, Lithium Universe possesses the essential expertise and skills to develop and construct profitable projects.
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Commanding a dominant land position spanning over 240 km2, Apollo has geology and geophysical characteristics similar to the spodumene pegmatites in the area. Most notably, the project is 29 km south-east of the Corvette Lithium Project owned by Patriot Battery Metals Inc. and 28km to the west of Winsome Resources’ highly-prospective Adina projectLearn More
The Company’s project is situated in close proximity to the Adina Project, hosting the Adina and Jamar Prospects, owned by Winsome Resources. A total of 4 outcrops on the Adina property have been identified as dominantly being pegmatite hosted by granite outcrops containing biotite and pegmatic/muscovite textures.Learn More
The Margot Lake project is in north-western Ontario, in the premium lithium region of Ontario’s Red Lakes Mining District. Notably, the highly competitive district where the project is situated is labelled “Electric Avenue” due to recent major discoveries by Frontier Lithium Inc.Learn More
The Lefroy project is located within the mineral-rich Goldfields region of Western Australia. This strategically located project is proximal to the Bald Hill Lithium Mine, which has a high-quality spodumene concentrate with low levels of mica and iron, as well as significant tantalum by-product production.Learn More
The Voyager Project boasts a large landholding of 411km2 over 7 licenses in Tasmania. Voyager North is a greenfield exploration project for Rare Earths, strategically located near Launceston, Tasmania – which has become home to one the first Ionic Clay Rare Earth discovery in Tasmania.Learn More