Alix Identifies Lithium-Bearing, Clay-Rich Sedimentary Assemblage Over a 1.1 Km Distance At the Electra Project, Mexico

Vancouver, British Columbia (FSCwire)ALIX RESOURCES CORP. (“Alix” or the “Company”) (AIX-TSX:V) (37N–FRANKFURT) is pleased to announce the assay results of the recent round of sampling at the Electra Project in Sonora, Mexico, where values as high as 246.0 parts per million (ppm) lithium (Li) confirmed a target sedimentary assemblage  with the potential of hosting economic lithium-bearing, clay-rich horizons. The Electra lithium project is contiguous to Baconora/REM’s Buenavista Lithium project.


Mike England, president of Alix, stated: “These recent anomalous and enriched lithium values from clay-rich sedimentary sequences on our Tecolote concession are encouraging and bear similarities to Bacanora/REM’s early stage findings at Buenavista. Once we receive the results from the next round of sampling we will likely proceed with a drilling program designed to further explore the lithium potential of this property. We are obviously in the right location and the mineralization to date found on the property is very promising to our exploration team. Our drill campaign will likely include a series of shallow drill holes in key geological targets such as the sedimentary assemblage and also in some alluvium-covered areas. The objective is to discover lithium-rich clay layers similar to that of the Bacanora/REM Buenavista deposit.”

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