0:00 | 14.02.2018
Sayona Mining Ltd (ASX:SYA) Investor Presentation

Sayona Mining Ltd (ASX:SYA) (OTCMKTS:DMNXF) provides the Company’s latest Investor Presentation.

Authier Lithium Project

– Located 45km from Val d’Or in Quebec, Montreal (500km SE)

– Located in established mining district

– 100% owned

– Simple deposit -26,000m of drilling

– Environmental studies completed. Permitting advanced

– Well studied -PEA 2012, PFS 2017-DFS underway

Significant Value Adding Potential

1.Increase Production Capacity &/or Resource Size

– Increase plant capacity to sell more concentrates and shorten mine-life to maximise NPV

– Further drilling to expand resource base (Phase 3 underway)

2.Integrated Refinery Model

– Convert concentrates into lithium hydroxide or carbonate

– Scoping study completed -attractive economics -Pre-Tax NPV $795m

– Leverages world-class infrastructure and low energy costs in Quebec

– PFS and metallurgical test work to commence next quarter

– Project site selection underway

Growth Options Funded from Phase 1 Concentrate Sales

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About Sayona Mining Ltd:

Sayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA) (OTCMKTS:DMNXF) is an Australian-based, ASX-listed (SYA) company focused on sourcing and developing the raw materials required to construct lithium-ion batteries for use in the rapidly growing new and green technology sectors. Sayona’s primary objective is developing the Authier lithium project in Quebec, Canada. Authier is an advanced, near term development project, construction forecast to commence in the second half of 2018 and first production in late 2019. Please visit us as at

Sayona Mining Ltd
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