April 18, 2018

Orocobre Limited is pleased to provide a summary of 2018 updates from the Cauchari JV Drilling Project, including (but not limited to) recent results received from the brine sampling in CAU17, which averaged 571 mg/l Li and 4,488 mg/l K in three samples taken in the lower part of the gravel sequence between 177m and 203m depth. These samples have an average Mg/Li ratio of 2.3:1, comparable to the nearby Olaroz project and other drilling in the NW Sector. This exploration project is being undertaken in Jujuy Province, Argentina.

Click below to view the each of the detailed drilling result reports:
 


This exploration program is being managed by our JV partner Advantage Lithium Corp. who hold 75% of Cauchari. Orocobre owns the remaining 25% of Cauchari and 29% of Advantage Lithium’s issued capital.

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