July 19, 2018

Orocobre Limited is pleased to advise the NI43-101 Technical Report on the resource upgrade of the Cauchari JV Lithium Project in Jujuy, Argentina has been completed. The report, prepared by FloSolutions S.A.C., has increased the inferred resource to a volume of approximately 1,200 million cubic metres of brine at average grades of 450 mg/l lithium and 4,028 mg/l potassium for 3.0 Mt of Lithium Carbonate Equivalent (LCE). This exploration project is being undertaken in Jujuy Province, Argentina.

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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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