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Frontier Lithium's objective is to become a strategic  supplier of battery-grade lithium hydroxide and lithium salts to the growing electric vehicle and energy storage markets in North America. Frontier Lithium aims to complete final permitting, metallurgical test work and definitive feasibility in 2025 to make construct decision for a mine, mill and downstream chemical plant to produce lithium chemicals.*

Completed Development

  • Preliminary Economic Assessment

  • 35,000 m of diamond drilling to date

  • Baseline Environmental Work

  • Established and maintaining Indigenous Partnerships focused on proximal Oji-Cree Communities consistent with our Indigenous Principles

  • Battery Grade Li Hydroxide Mini-Piloting

  • 4 Discoveries, 2 Deposits outcropped at surface (Openpitable)

Currently Advancing

  • Test Programs / Studies supporting Pre-Feasibility Study

    • Lithium Chemical Processing​

    • All-season Road Access

  • Resource Expansion

  • Environmental Baseline Monitoring

  • Community Engagements and Permitting Consultations


Future Developments

  • Engineering and Construction of Lithium Chemicals Demonstration Plant

  • Definitive Feasibility Study

  • Community Partnerships and Agreements

  • Permitting

    • Supporting Northern Regional Infrastructure

    • Establishing Regional Battery Ecosystem

PFS Highlights

Pre-Feasabilty Study for a proposed mine-to-lithium hydroxide chemical/hydromet plant facility in the Great Lakes Region of North America. The PFS assumes a hydromet plant that would convert spodumene concentrate feedstock sourced from open-pit mining and a milling facility at the Company’s PAK Lithium Project. Read the PFS results announcement here.

Accelerated Production Plan
Vertically Integrated Lithium Chemicals Producer
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*The project timelines are estimates and subject to adverse developments in business and economic conditions in the principal markets. The accelerated timeline is under study during Definitive Feasibility Study. 

The Study includes measured, indicated resource to produce 459,000 tonnes of LCE from the PAK and Spark deposits. Conventional open pit mining only.

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