Multi Asset Western Australian Lithium Company

Global Lithium (ASX: GL1) is a rapidly growing lithium exploration company with a focus on two highly prospective Western Australian projects – the 100%-owned Marble Bar Lithium Project (MBLP) in the Pilbara region and the Manna Lithium Project (80% owned) in the Goldfields region.

The Company is fast tracking exploration at both assets in a surging global lithium market, with a 60,000m reverse circulation (RC) drilling program underway at MBLP, its largest program to date, and a 20,000m RC campaign scheduled at Manna.

As Western Australia’s fastest growing lithium explorer with diversified assets in Tier 1 jurisdictions, Global Lithium has attracted the support of cornerstone investors Suzhou TA&A Ultra Clean Technology Co (9.9%) and Mineral Resources Limited (ASX: MIN – 5%).

Global Lithium shares important asset location synergies with Mineral Resources, which has an unrivalled track record of successfully bringing operations into production quickly, processing of hard rock lithium ores and downstream processing.

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Profile Drilling Services has mobilised to our Manna Lithium Project for the maiden 20,000m drilling program: https://loom.ly/l6EYYFw

Will be the first drilling campaign at Manna since acquisition in December 2021; results to be incorporated into the updated MRE later this year.

🚘 EVs are now a global mega trend, with 31% of new vehicle sales expected to be electric by 2040.

#GL1 remains well placed to service demand in the burgeoning EV battery market via our Marble Bar and Manna Lithium Projects, where large-scale exploration programs are underway.

Our Executive Director of Markets & Growth Ron Mitchell discusses what drew him to #GL1 and the future of the lithium industry with @Paydirt_Media.

“The quality of the team and asset and understanding that we are still in the early stages of this industry [made it attractive]."

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