Positioned to Transform the Argentine Lithium Industry
Arena Minerals is led by a team with undeniable expertise in lithium processing which has successfully advanced and brought several lithium projects to production. Chile, the world’s leading brine-based lithium producer, uses a Brine-Mixing Process focused on the use of reagents purely derived from lithium rich brines, which Arena Minerals has adapted to the salars of Argentina. This process results in products much better suited for Battery Grade Lithium Carbonate production while carrying substantially lower production costs. The process was originally developed and implemented in Chile with members of Arena’s team. Arena is uniquely positioned to transition Argentina from the past decade of resource growth through to world class supplier of low cost lithium products, by implementing its proprietary processing and providing a source of the required lithium rich reagent sourced from its unique Antofalla salar and a world class team.
Arena Minerals Strengthens Board of Directors and Announces the Nomination of Eduardo Morales as Executive Chairman
Toronto, Canada: Arena Minerals Inc. (“Arena” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: AN) is pleased to announce that Mr. Eduardo Morales, who joined the Board of Directors in September 2018, has been appointed Executive Chairman of the Board of Arena Minerals, effective immediately. Mr. Morales is a chemical engineer with 40 years of experience in project engineering, … Read More
Toronto, Canada, December 06, 2018: Arena Minerals Inc. (“Arena” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: AN) is pleased to confirm that is has completed the recently announced acquisition of Antofalla Minerals S.A. (“AMSA”). The acquisition of AMSA provides Arena with three potential lithium brine projects in the Catamarca and Salta provinces of Argentina: Antofalla: this project consists … Read More
Toronto, Canada, November 15, 2018: Arena Minerals Inc. (“Arena” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: AN) is pleased to announce that the Company has entered into a binding Share Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) to acquire 100% of Antofalla Minerals S.A. (“AMSA”), which owns lithium brine projects located in Argentina. AMSA’s flagship project covers 4,000 hectares of Salar … Read More