Standard Lithium Ltd. (“Standard Lithium” or the “Company”) (TSXV: SLL) (OTC-Nasdaq Intl. Designation: STLHF) (FRA: S5L), is pleased to announce that Standard Lithium has been admitted into the Nasdaq International Designation program under the symbol OTC – Nasdaq International Designation: STLHF. This is an over-the-counter (OTC) platform designed for non-U.S. companies. The program provides member companies with Nasdaq’s visibility offering, allowing for greater access to U.S.-based investors.
Standard Lithium Ltd. (“Standard Lithium” or the “Company”) (TSXV: SLL) (OTCQX: STLHF) (FRA: S5L), is pleased to provide an update regarding the Company’s rapid progress in developing and building a large-scale Pilot Plant for deployment at the Arkansas project site. The Company and its Scientific Advisory Team have been developing, testing and optimising proprietary lithium extraction and crystallisation technologies on Smackover brines for over a year, and are now at the stage where the process flowsheet is sufficiently tested and proven to allow procurement and fabrication to commence on the full-scale Pilot Plant.
Standard Lithium Ltd. (“Standard Lithium” or the “Company”) (TSXV:SLL) (OTCQX:STLHF) (FRA:S5L), is pleased to report laboratory results of high-quality lithium brines recovered from the Smackover Formation from the Company’s project area in southwestern Arkansas. Four brine samples recovered from two existing wells in the project area showed lithium concentrations ranging between 347–461 mg/L lithium, with an average of 450 mg/L lithium in one of the wells, and 350 mg/L in the other.
Towards the end of our interview, Robert Mintak CEO of Standard Lithium (V.SLL), laid out Standard’s criteria for evaluating lithium opportunities, “You have to get the right project,” he said, “There needs to be infrastructure. You need a workforce. You need to access to water and reagents. You have to consider the jurisdiction and the permitting rules. Utilizing modern selective extraction, you need to not only pump large volumes of brine, you need to know if you will be allowed to re-inject the processed brine.”