Trans Pacific Energy plans second-phase drilling after multi-element discovery at WA project

Trans Pacific Energy Group Ltd geologist Neil Hutchison and director Patrick Kennedy update Proactive Investors on significant discoveries made during targeted drilling at the company’s Kathleen Valley Project in the Mt Keith region.

“It’s largely a VMS-style where we’ve got elevated, extremely anomalous zinc up to 9% within that”, says Hutchison.

He continues, “It’s been sheared by a gold system where we’re getting 4 grams gold and 20 percent silver, as well as half a percent lead and traces of copper – it’s a very unique style of mineralisation. Lithium pegmatites have been identified on ground within the element-rich project and the company is planning its next phase of drilling.

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TP Energy Group Advisor, Western Australian geologist, Neil Hutchison

Trans Pacific Energy CEO on realisation of international battery metals strategy

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas provides Proactive Investors with a high level update on the international battery metals explorer and developer’s progress on various fronts.

Whilst the company’s flagship assets in Western Australia are being advanced, Darivas will soon head to Argentina to progress work on numerous projects there.

Investors taking a keen interest in Trans Pacific Energy’s lithium extraction technology

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas tells Proactive London’s Andrew Scott they’re an exploration mining company focused on minerals that will support new-generation batteries.

”So we’re talking about nickel, cobalt, lithium and copper …a big concentration of our assets are in Western Australia and also Argentina”, Darivas says.

Darivas says in recent weeks he’s been meeting with investors both in New York and in London and has been overwhelmed with the interest in the company.

He says the interest isn’t just in their mix of assets but also in their lithium extraction technology – ”we applied and received our patent in September which is basically around the brine extraction process which provides us with a higher quality yield on both magnesium but more importantly on the lithium”.

Trans Pacific Energy Group ‘extremely well-received’ by potential investors In New York, says CEO

Trans Pacific Energy Group Ltd CEO Arthur Darivas tells Proactive Investors the Western Australia-based junior-exploration company looking for battery metals has been meeting with investors in New York this week.

Darivas says the company, which is not yet listed on an exchange, is meeting with investors who he says are interested in the balance the company is offering, specifically the mix of nickel, copper, cobalt, and hard rock lithium.

The company plans to meet with investors in London and in Frankfurt next week.

Positive early signs in WA for Trans Pacific Energy Group

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas says the company is heavily focused on Western Australian projects such as Lake Yingarlgooda. Darivas tells Proactive Investors the company’s Kathleen Valley Project and Devil’s Creek are also promising, and its assets could produce some positive drill results as early as December.

Trans Pacific Energy about to drill most advanced battery metals project

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas tells Proactive Investors that the battery metals explorer and developer will be drilling four targets at it’s Lake Yindarlgooda project in Western Australia. It is the company’s most advanced and flagship asset, amongst six lead projects.

The drilling campaign will comprise 15 RC drill holes of 50 – 120 metres. The goal is to put together an inferred JORC resource before the end of this year.

Trans Pacific Energy CEO explains why demand for battery metals continues to soar

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas tells Proactive Investors that soaring international demand for battery metals is being driven not just by the adoption of Electric Vehicles, but also by energy-hungry home and commercial users.

The battery metals start-up is leveraged to several commodities through its various projects in Western Australia and Argentina.

Trans Pacific Energy Group announces new board

Trans Pacific Energy Group CEO Arthur Darivas says the new board will be participative, and “very much involved with building the future”. He says all board members have experience in building scale and size.

Darivas tells Proactive Investors his company’s growing focus on Argentina will also benefit from the Latin American experience of both the board and himself.

Trans Pacific Energy says technology crucial to beat supply bottlenecks

The production delays encountered by even giant lithium miners such as SQM in Chile show supply bottlenecks are a far bigger concern for the battery metal than demand, says Arthur Darivas from Trans Pacific Energy Group.

The CEO of the Australian battery metals startup tells Proactive his company’s extraction technology gives it an edge in how fast it can get lithium to the market.