EDITOR: | February 16th, 2021

Chris Thompson with CBLT’s Peter Clausi on acquiring the Shatford Lake property for lithium

| February 16, 2021 | No Comments
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In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Chris Thompson speaks with Peter Clausi, President, CEO and Director of CBLT Inc. (TSXV: CBLT) about the acquisition of Shatford Lake, which the company has identified as highly prospective target for lithium.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Peter went on to highlight the potential of the Shatford Lake property. “We are next door to the Tanco Mine,” he said. The Tanco Mine was formerly the world’s only producer of cesium and has also produced beryllium, tantalum, and lithium. He added, “According to an Australian Study it has 7.3 million tons of lithium at 2.79%.” CBLT will work with Jessica Daniel, P.Geo. to explore the property.

CBLT is focused on the battery metals space with a host of projects with cobalt, copper, nickel, zinc, gold, etc. Peter said, “We think we are well-positioned to benefit from the green revolution.” Peter also commented on how CBLT has been able to create value for its shareholders through its M&A activities.

To watch the full interview, click here

About CBLT Inc.

CBLT Inc. is a Canadian mineral exploration company with a proven leadership team, targeting cobalt and gold in reliable mining jurisdictions. CBLT is well-poised to deliver real value to its shareholders.

To learn more about CBLT Inc., click here

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