REGINA – Last fall, Hub City Lithium drilled its first test well just west of the Viewfield crater, south of Stoughton. And on Feb. 21, ROK Resources, the operator and 25 per cent owner of Hub City, announced brine lithium concentrations that are the highest, by a substantial margin, publicly released to date in Saskatchewan. The balance of Hub City is owned by EMP Metals Corp.
This well, confirmed by third-party testing, showed lithium concentrations in the Duperow formation of up to 259 mg/L (milligrams per litre). ROK noted in a release that “According to public records, these test Results are the highest lithium concentrations ever recorded in a brine in Canada.”
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