Brunswick Exploration Chief Executive Officer Robert Wares sat down with The Market Herald‘s Brieanna McCutcheon to discuss the company’s current lithium exploration plans, its inventory targets and future prospects.
The Quebec company currently has an inventory of 125 lithium targets, while it undertakes grassroots exploration across four provinces.
Brunswick is currently evaluating a major lithium discovery, with the exploration program delayed by two weeks.
The company recently completed the acquisition of an additional 810 claims located in the pegmatite fields in the James Bay region of Quebec. The acquisition covered 42,892 hectares.
Brunswick remains bullish on the potential for increased lithium demand due to rising electric vehicle sales across the globe.
Montreal-based Brunswick Exploration remains focused on grassroots exploration for metals required for decarbonization and energy transition, with a focus on lithium, tin, nickel and copper.