Global Energy Metals working to develop a domestic American critical battery metals’ supply chain

2021 is a landmark year for electric vehicles (EVs).  Sales of EVs are on track to double 2020 levels and reach about 6 million+ (up from 3.1 million in 2020),  around 7% market share. Electric car sales could potentially increase as much as 10x this decade (limited only by critical EV metals availability), meaning we are still only at the beginning of the EV boom.  Just last month, in September, China’s electric car sales reached 355,000, or 20% market share, with YoY sales up 2.7x. Europe has been achieving an even higher market share with recent results at 22% share.

Surging EV demand is leading to very strong demand for the critical EV/battery metals, causing a dramatic price increase for those critical EV metals, most notably, for lithium, where prices have risen from lows of ~US$7,000/t to ~US$26,000/t (US$26/kg) in 2021.

Looking ahead this decade forecasts for critical EV metals demand give a guide of what may be yet to come. The Bloomberg forecast below is based ‘only’ on the increase in ‘battery demand’, not the overall market demand.

BloombergNEF demand forecasts 2018 to 2030 for battery metals

Source: GEMC courtesy BloombergNEF

When looking at overall market demand for the critical EV metals, those with the smallest market have by far the biggest impact, such as cobalt and lithium. For example, the UBS forecast sees “lithium demand to lift 11-fold from ~400kt in 2021 through to 2030”, which is in line with my own 10x forecast. Many forecasts are for about a 2-3x increase in cobalt demand this decade.

The 2021 International Energy Agency (“IEA”) forecast is for a 6x to 21x increase in cobalt demand from 2020 to 2040. For nickel the IEA forecast is a 7x to 19x increase and for copper a 2x to 3x, from 2020 to 2040.

With all this potential critical EV metals demand ahead, investors are searching for well-valued EV critical metals’ miners for exposure to critical EV metals and ideally in a safe jurisdiction.

One standout junior miner has a pipeline of 6 EV critical metal projects (including a royalty deal not yet completed), all located in safe countries.

The company is Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) (“GEMC”). GEMC has a total of 6 combined battery and precious metals projects (subject to deals finalizing) in Australia, the USA, Canada, and Norway; covering cobalt, copper, nickel, PGMs, silver and gold. GEMC works as a project generator and  works  with some JV project partners.

GEMC’s pipeline of projects in safe jurisdictions

Source: GEMC company presentation

Note: Recent drill results, as reported by project JV partner (earn-in up to 80%), Metal Bank Limited, at its Millennium Cobalt Project in Australia, have identified significant shallow oxide copper intercepts as sulphides to 1.5%.

I discussed these 6 projects in a previous article, so today I will touch on some of GEMC’s other related investments and collaborations.

GEMC collaboration with American Battery Technology Company (“ABTC”) (name change in process from American Battery Metals Corp. )

ABTC is an American-owned lithium-ion battery recycling technology and advanced battery metal extraction company with mineral resources in Nevada. GEMC has a collaboration with ABTC to develop solutions to manufacture nickel and cobalt battery metals domestically in addition to its existing work on domestic lithium product manufacturing. On October 18, GEMC announced that drilling has commenced at the Lovelock Cobalt-Nickel-Copper project in Nevada, USA. GEMC recently supplied raw material from its Lovelock and Treasure Box projects in Nevada for ABTC’s to use in its in-house procedures of developing new, first-of-kind processes, for producing battery cathode grade nickel and cobalt metal products.

Tesla’s gigafactory is in Nevada, so that the above collaboration is very well located. It is essentially on Tesla’s doorstep.

President & CEO of Global Energy Metals Corp., Mitchell Smith, stated:

“The combination of ABTC’s leading-edge extraction technology development processes with Global Energy’s portfolio of nickel and cobalt projects creates mutually beneficial opportunities that could bolster and secure a much needed supply of minerals deemed “critical” by the Canadian and US governments.”

ABTC’s CEO and CTO, Ryan Melsert, stated:

“Our partnership between American Battery Technology Company and Global Energy Metals Corporation represents a complementary and actionable effort towards establishing a North American supply of critical and strategic materials that will fuel the global transition towards an electrified and domestic closed-loop circular economy.”

GEMC’s Råna Project 1% NSR royalty in Norway

GEMC recently signed a Letter of Intent (“LOI”) to purchase a 1% NSR, Net Smelter Royalty,on the Råna (Nickel) Project. The LOI is between Electric Royalties Ltd. and Scandinavian Resource Holdings to create a new 1% Net Smelter Royalty (“NSR”) on four exploration licenses totaling 25 square kilometers in the Råna mafic-ultramafic intrusion in Northern Norway, and it includes the past producing Bruvann Nickel mine (the “Råna Project”).

The Råna Project is a drill-ready, low CapEx, Class-1 nickel sulphide project with strong exploration upside. Global Energy Metals intends to work alongside the Vendor, to attract strategic partners to fund project development at the Råna Nickel Project while leveraging its interest to create shareholder value through exploration success.

If the Project is successfully brought into production then GEMC potentially stands to earn a nice 1% NSR  revenue stream.

GEMC’s 3 pillar growth strategy – Acquisitions, exploration & development, peer collaboration

Source: GEMC company presentation

Closing remarks

GEMC has 6 EV metal related projects with a focus on cobalt, copper and nickel. GEMC is also now collaborating with ABTC to help build a U.S battery metals supply chain, initially using ore from GEMC’s Lovelock and Treasure Box projects in Nevada, and drilling at Lovelock is currently underway.

GEMC trades on a super low market cap of C$6.7 million. Stay tuned.

Disclosure: The author is long Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC).




GEMC’s Mitchell Smith on the ‘megatrend opportunity’ in the battery metals supply chain

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Chris Thompson speaks with Mitchell Smith, President, CEO, and Director of Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) (“GEMC”) about how GEMC provides investment exposure to the ‘megatrend opportunity’ in the battery metals supply chain.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Mitchell went on to say that GEMC offers exposure to nickel, cobalt, copper, and other metals integral to the electric vehicle and the energy storage markets through its assets in some of the world’s top tier mining jurisdictions in  proximity to end-use markets. Providing an update on GEMC’s various assets located in Canada, the USA, Australia and Norway, Mitchell told InvestorIntel that GEMC recently listed on the OTCQB exchange in the US as there is increasing interest there in establishing a domestic battery materials supply chain.

To watch the full interview, click here

About Global Energy Metals Corporation

Global Energy Metals Corp. offers investment exposure to the growing rechargeable battery and electric vehicle market by building a diversified global portfolio of exploration and growth-stage battery metal assets.

Global Energy Metals recognizes that the proliferation and growth of the electrified economy in the coming decades is underpinned by the availability of battery metals, including cobalt, nickel, copper, lithium and other raw materials. To be part of the solution and respond to this electrification movement, Global Energy Metals has taken a ‘consolidate, partner and invest’ approach and in doing so has assembled and is advancing a portfolio of strategically significant investments in battery metal resources.

As demonstrated with the Company’s current copper, nickel and cobalt projects in Canada, Australia, Norway and the United States, GEMC is investing-in, exploring and developing prospective, scalable, assets in established mining and processing jurisdictions which are in proximity to end-use markets. Global Energy Metals is targeting projects with low risks in logistics and processing , so that the projects can be fast tracked to enter the supply chain in this cycle.  The Company is also collaborating with industry peers to strengthen its exposure to these critical commodities and the associated technologies required for a cleaner future.

Securing exposure to these critical metals powering the eMobility revolution is a generational investment opportunity. Global Energy Metals believes this is the time to be part of the electrification movement.

To learn more about Global Energy Metals Corp., click here

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This interview, which was produced by InvestorIntel Corp. (IIC) does not contain, nor does it purport to contain, a summary of all the material information concerning the “Company” being interviewed. IIC offers no representations or warranties that any of the information contained in this interview is accurate or complete.

This presentation may contain “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation. Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and assumptions of management of the Company as of the date made. They are inherently susceptible to uncertainty and other factors that could cause actual events/results to differ materially from these forward-looking statements. Additional risks and uncertainties, including those that the Company does not know about now or that it currently deems immaterial, may also adversely affect the Company’s business or any investment therein.

Any projections given are principally intended for use as objectives and are not intended, and should not be taken,  as assurances that the projected results will be obtained by the Company. The assumptions used may not prove to be accurate and a potential decline in the Company’s financial condition or results of operations may negatively impact the value of its securities. Prospective investors are urged to review the Company’s profile on Sedar.com and to carry out independent investigations in order to determine their interest in investing in the Company.

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Fueling the GEMC project pipeline of growth stage battery metals

If you are an investor looking for opportunities to participate in the green revolution you have many options to choose from. There are new ETFs popping up weekly that have a variety of themes from EVs, renewable energy, battery materials, and the list goes on….and on. Wherever you decide to start is entirely up to you, but for me, I don’t know that I want to try and pick which technology will rule the day. Personally, I’m not convinced that full battery electric vehicles will ultimately be the answer. I think some sort of fuel cell/battery hybrid vehicle will be the best answer for efficiency and utility. However, with all the momentum behind BEVs and charging stations, etc. I could be completely wrong, even if my thesis is accurate. So rather than try and make a bet on what technology ends up ruling the day, it seems like it would be prudent to take a step back and look at what materials are common to the majority of these technologies. That way it doesn’t matter if my Hybrid Theory (I had to throw in a reference to the debut album of one of my all-time favorite bands – Linkin Park) is valid or not, things like copper, cobalt, lithium, nickel, rare earths, tin and the like will definitely be part of the energy transition to a lower carbon footprint in whatever form it takes.

To that end, today we are going to look at an intriguing company that gives exposure to many of the commodities listed above plus some precious metals sprinkled in, over numerous projects located in safe mining jurisdictions all over the world. And all that with a market cap of just over $5 million. Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) (GEMC) has cobalt, copper and nickel projects in Canada, Australia, Norway and the United States. GEMC is investing in, exploring and developing prospective, scalable assets in established mining and processing jurisdictions in close proximity to end-use markets. GEMC is targeting projects with low logistics and processing risks, so that they can be fast tracked to enter the supply chain in this cycle.  The Company is also collaborating with industry peers to strengthen its exposure to these critical commodities and the associated technologies required for a cleaner future.

GEMC currently boasts six projects in varying states of development and ownership share. A quick summary of these are as follows:

Source: GEMC Investor Presentation

As efficient stewards of capital, GEMC is actively negotiating deals to get some of these properties explored using other people’s money. For example, on June 28th the Company signed a Definitive Option Agreement with Metal Bank Limited to commence work program on the Millennium Cobalt-Copper-Gold Project. An initial exploration program at Millennium commenced the first week of July including drilling of up to 4 holes for up to 800m RC drilling of the untested Northern Zone scheduled for early August. With that said, the Company recently raised $1.1 million to enable it to push forward on its own with exploration programs in Nevada and Idaho. In Nevada, GEMC recently expanded the drill program from 1,400 metres (6 to 8 drill holes) to 2,100 metres (9-10 drill holes) to capitalize on having drill contractors onsite at Lovelock so that the company can test historically high-grade copper and cobalt mineralization at Treasure Box. At Lovelock they will focus on making new copper-nickel-cobalt discoveries along newly defined conductors. Additionally, on July 14th GEMC announced a summer exploration program at the Monument Peak Project in Idaho including soil sampling, geological reconnaissance sampling, a drone magnetics survey and photogrammetry.

Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not implying that an investment in Global Energy Metals is the same as buying a critical materials ETF. But with ample news expected over the next few months, GEMC has a lot of torque and leverage to minerals integral to key technologies of the electric vehicle and energy storage markets. Yes, there is an awful lot of risk involved with junior mining companies. Nevertheless, based on yesterday’s close of $0.19 and only 27 million shares outstanding, the Company has a market cap of $5.1 million. Do your homework and decide how much value you ascribe to the assets Global Energy Metals has assembled.




GEMC’s Pipeline of Growth Stage Battery Metal Projects is a Dealmaker’s Delight

GEMC now has a total of 6 combined battery and precious metals projects (3 pending completion)

Battery metals miner Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC) (“GEMC”) continues to be an under the radar company with huge potential yet to be recognized by the market. GEMC’s combined 6 projects (3 pending) have key battery metals and some have precious metals and all are in good locations in low risk mining countries.

GEMC offers investors exposure to 6 projects (some pending) containing battery metals and some precious metals

Source: GEMC investor presentation

Global Energy Metals 6 combined projects

1) Millennium Cobalt Project and Mount Isa Cobalt-Copper-Gold Project (100% owned) –  Queensland, Australia

The Millennium Project is a significant cobalt-copper deposit that remains open for expansion. It has a historic (not to be relied upon) JORC (2012) Inferred Resource of 3.07 million tonnes @ 0.14% Co, 0.35% Cu and 0.12g/t Au (using CuEq cutoff of 1.0%). GEMC plans to do further work to bring the Resource up to being a NI43-101 compliant resource.

Exploration at the Mount Isa Project to date has returned outstanding, high-grade intercepts and there is excellent potential to significantly improve the JORC Resources in tonnes and grade with multiple high-grade targets awaiting further exploration and test work.

In total GEMC’s Australian land position of 2,560 hectares provides a district-scale cobalt-copper-gold exploration and development opportunity.

Some of GEMC’s excellent drill results at their Australian projects, including high grade cobalt

Source: GEMC

2) Lovelock Mine & Treasure Box Projects (85%) – Nevada, USA

These Projects (567 hectares) are located in the Stillwater Range with good access, skilled workforce, first world infrastructure and only 150 kilometres east of Sparks Nevada, home to the world’s largest battery factory – Tesla’s Gigafactory 1. Past mining on the properties included mining grades of 14% cobalt and 12% nickel. In recent news GEMC announced they have applied to amend the permit for initial drilling of 1,400 metre short-hole drill program at the Lovelock Project to begin in May 2021.

3) Werner Lake Cobalt Project (70%) – Ontario, Canada

The past producing property has a Updated NI 43-101 (2018) Indicated Mineral Resource of 79,400 tonnes at 0.43% Co not including the 2018 drill program. 0.43% cobalt is considered an excellent grade and in line with the exceptional DRC cobalt mines for grade. The Project is prospective for cobalt, copper, nickel and gold.

4) Monument Peak (pending purchase completion, 50%) – Idaho, USA

The past producing ~558.5 hectare property has high-grade, near surface, copper-silver mineralization. The property encompasses two small, past producing Cu-Ag-Au mines: the Jackson Mine and the Hungry Hill Copper Mine. At the Hungry Hill Mine, about 1 km east of the Jackson Mine, a small amount of production (15 tons) reportedly contained 24% Cu, 480 g/t Ag and 4.4 g/t Au. You can read the latest news here.

5) Chance Lake & Amiral Projects (pending purchase completion, 50%) – Quebec, Canada

The Projects are early stage nickel-copper-cobalt-PGE exploration projects. Chance Lake has a historical (not be relied upon) Resource estimate of 716,031 tons at 0.66% Cu, 0.89% Ni, 0.10% Co for the massive sulfide zone, or 967,393 tons at 0.49% Cu and 0.73% Ni for the combined massive sulphide and disseminated sulphide zones.

The Amiral Project has had historical (not to be relied upon) sampling of the Amiral Showing which returned 1.07% Ni and 0.35% Cu over 6.5 m, including 1.54% Ni and 0.29% Cu over 2.1 m (GM59166). At the Trench 4 Showing, historical sampling returned 0.63% Ni and 0.89% Cu (GM62800). You can read more here.

6) Rana Nickel Project (pending purchase completion, 10% +1% NSR royalty) – Norway

The Project is a drill-ready, low CapEx, Class-1 nickel (sulphide) project with strong exploration upside. The Råna Nickel Project portfolio includes four exploration licenses including the past producing Bruvann Nickel Mine in the Råna mafic-ultramafic intrusion in Northern Norway. You can read the latest news here.

Global Energy Metals Corporation offers very significant exploration exposure to the EV battery metals and some precious metals at an incredibly low market cap

Source: GEMC investor presentation

Closing remarks

The past 6 months has seen a superb recovery in the EV metal miners led by rapidly rising cobalt and lithium prices. GEMC appears to have been missed in that recovery despite making enormous positive strides forward.

For those investors looking for an under the radar, early stage, super low market cap (C$3.5M), junior battery metal (and some precious metal) miner with 6 combined promising projects (3 pending purchase completions) in safe locations (Australia, USA, Canada, Norway) then look no further than Global Energy Metals. Risks are high due to the early stage but the upside potential is enormous. Don’t miss this one.

Disclosure: The author is long Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV: GEMC).




Global Energy Metals to Host Investortalk.com Webinar Highlighting the Company’s Investment Exposure to the Electrified Future

March 16, 2921 (Source) — Global Energy Metals Corporation (TSXV:GEMC) | (OTC:GBLEF) | (FSE:5GE1) (“Global Energy Metals”, the “Company” and/or “GEMC”) is pleased to announce that it will be hosting an InvestorTalk.com Webinar on March 17th, 2021 at 9:00 am EST. The pre-market webinar will provide a corporate overview presented by President & CEO, Mitchell Smith, followed by a live Q&A session.

Highlights will include:

Participants may register for the InvestorIntel.com Investor Talks series webinar at the following link: 

Investor Talk with Mitchell Smith of Global Energy Metals Corp.

Global Energy Metals is developing a strong, diversified portfolio of strategic battery mineral projects and believes its projects are well positioned for further exploration and development at a time when there is renewed interest in the battery minerals sector as price fundamentals are realigning due to the much anticipated surge in demand and market growth that is supported by a global movement towards electric vehicle and new energy storage adoption.

Global Energy Metals’ current portfolio of cobalt, copper and nickel holdings is well exposed to this global transition towards a lower-carbon economy.

The Company previously announced a private placement offering, subject to Exchange approval, for a minimum of 2,000,000 units (the “Units”) of the Company at a price of $0.25 per Unit (the “Offering”), with each Unit comprised of one share and one transferrable share purchase warrant (a “Warrant”). Each transferrable warrant will be exercisable to purchase an additional share of the Company for a period of 24 months from the closing date at a price of CAD$0.30, subject to acceleration.

The net proceeds of the Offering will be used to fund the acquisition of the Monument Peak, Amiral and Chance Lake projects (the “Acquisition”) as well as for business development and working capital purposes.

For details on the financing and Acquisition please refer to the Company’s news release dated March 2, 2021.

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Global Energy Metals Corporation

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Global Energy Metals is focused on offering investment exposure to the raw materials deemed critical for the growing rechargeable battery market, by building a diversified global portfolio of battery mineral assets including project stakes and sector specific equity positions. GEMC anticipates growing its business through the acquisition and development of battery mineral projects alongside  key strategic partners.  The Company holds 100% of the Millennium Cobalt Project and two neighbouring discovery stage exploration-stage cobalt assets in Mount Isa, Australia positioning it as a leading cobalt-copper explorer and developer in the famed mining district in Queensland, Australia. The Company holds an 85% interest in two battery mineral projects, the Lovelock Cobalt Mine and Treasure Box Project, located on the doorstep of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery production plant, GigaNevada that Tesla Motors Ltd. and partner Panasonic Corp. have built in Nevada, USA. Additionally, the Company holds a 70% interest in the past-producing Werner Lake Cobalt Mine project in Ontario, Canada.

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Email: info@globalenergymetals.com

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Certain information in this release may constitute forward-looking statements under applicable securities laws and necessarily involve risks associated with regulatory approvals and timelines. Although Global Energy Metals believes the expectations expressed in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the forward-looking statements. Except as required by law, the Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

GEMC’s operations could be significantly adversely affected by the effects of a widespread global outbreak of a contagious disease, including the recent outbreak of illness caused by COVID-19. It is not possible to accurately predict the impact COVID-19 will have on operations and the ability of others to meet their obligations, including uncertainties relating to the ultimate geographic spread of the virus, the severity of the disease, the duration of the outbreak, and the length of travel and quarantine restrictions imposed by governments of affected countries. In addition, a significant outbreak of contagious diseases in the human population could result in a widespread health crisis that could adversely affect the economies and financial markets of many countries, resulting in an economic downturn that could further affect operations and the ability to finance its operations.

For more information on Global Energy and the risks and challenges of their businesses, investors should review the filings that are available at www.sedar.com.

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Lifton, Smith, Clausi and Ecclestone on the unique challenges and opportunities in the critical materials supply chain

The Technology Metals Show hosts Jack Lifton and Peter Clausi talk to Christopher Ecclestone, Principal and mining strategist at Hallgarten & Company, and Mitchell Smith, President & CEO of Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) about the critical materials supply chain and why it is different from the supply chain of any other metal.

Available exclusively to subscribers of the Technology Metals Show, the panel discusses why the recent General Motors  announcement of a $27 billion spend on electric and autonomous vehicles through 2025 is “a trend that we will see a lot more of” according to Mitchell Smith, one of the top influencers in the battery minerals sector, as more companies are looking for localized and ethical sources of cobalt, lithium, rare earths and other critical materials.

In this important discussion Jack Lifton explains the vital relationship between cobalt and copper and nickel mining. With cobalt as a by-product, he added, “unless there is copper and nickel mining, there won’t be any cobalt produced.”

Christopher highlighted the role and techniques for recycling as a source of critical materials, and challenges in securing a reliable supply chain for critical materials.

In the interview, the panel also spends some time discussing MP Materials’ Mountain Pass Mine, and why it illustrates the need for diversification in the rare earths supply chain.

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Battery metals influencer Mitchell Smith on lithium-ion batteries, Tesla’s GigaFactory and GEMC

In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Peter Clausi speaks with Mitchell Smith, President, CEO and Director of Global Energy Metals Corp. (TSXV: GEMC | OTCQB: GBLEF) (‘GEMC’), about the acquisition of an 85% interest in the Lovelock Mine and Treasure Box Projects located on the doorstep of the world’s largest lithium-ion battery production plant, the Gigafactory One that Tesla Motors Ltd. and partner Panasonic Corp. have built in Nevada, USA.

In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Mitchell started by saying that the COVID-19 pandemic “has highlighted the importance to regionalize supply and localization of new supply chain of critical minerals.” Mitchell, who was recently ranked as one of the top influencers in the battery minerals sector, continued by saying that the projects have very high grades of nickel, cobalt and copper deposit and have historically produced materials grading 14% cobalt and 12% nickel. He added, “because of fragmented ownership the projects were never explored using modern technique.”

To watch the full interview, click here

Global Energy Metals Corp.

Global Energy Metals is focused on offering investment exposure to the raw materials deemed critical for the growing rechargeable battery market, by building a diversified global portfolio of battery mineral assets including project stakes and sector specific equity positions. GEMC anticipates growing its business through the acquisition and development of battery mineral projects alongside key strategic partners. The Company holds 100% of the Millennium Cobalt Project and two neighbouring discovery stage exploration-stage cobalt assets in Mount Isa, Australia positioning it as a leading cobalt-copper explorer and developer in the famed mining district in Queensland, Australia. The Company has acquired 85% interest in two battery mineral projects, the Lovelock Cobalt Mine and Treasure Box Project. Additionally, the Company holds a 70% interest in the past-producing Werner Lake Cobalt Mine project in Ontario, Canada.

To learn more about Global Energy Metals Corp., click here

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