• Co-founder and now former GT1 exec director Cameron Henry appointed to managing director role
  • Resource expansion drilling ongoing at Seymour lithium project
  • Preparing for critical milestones this year in permitting, financing and project development for the Seymour Lithium Project


Special Report: Battery metals business Green Technology Metals has appointed its executive director and co-founder Cameron Henry to the role of managing director.

Henry has extensive experience in the mining sector across diverse commodities in Australia, Indonesia, North America, and South America.

Working within the industry for over 20 years, Henry really cut his teeth as the founding MD of Primero Group, helping transform the company into an industry leader in engineering and construction for the lithium sector.

Henry will lead Green Technology Metals’ (ASX:GT1) through its next phase of growth as it prepares financing and a final investment decision for its flagship Seymour project.

“Our decision to appoint Cameron as MD reflects our confidence in his experience and leadership abilities to guide the company through this critical phase,” non-exec chair John Young says.

“As GT1 prepare for critical milestones in permitting, financing and project development this year, I am confident that under Cameron’s leadership, we will successfully advance the Seymour project and continue to build an integrated lithium business in Ontario.”


Ongoing developments at Seymour and Root

An extensional, A 3000m, five-hole extensional drilling campaign is currently underway at GT1’s 10.1Mt at 1.03% Li2O Seymour lithium project to test the potential for a significant underground resource expansion.

It lies just north of the industrial hub of Thunder Bay, where the company is planning to construct a downstream processing hub for North America’s emerging refinement capabilities.

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The battery metals explorer is evaluating a combination of a both open cut and underground development strategy for Seymour as part of an upcoming definitive feasibility study.

Then there’s GT1’s Root project, also in Ontario, which has a slightly larger 14.6Mt at 1.21% Li2O resource that will feed into a planned hybrid DMS/flotation processing facility.

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The vertically integrated Root Bay and Seymour projects, concentrators and conversion facility. Pic supplied: (GT1)



This article was developed in collaboration with Green Technology Metals, a Stockhead advertiser at the time of publishing.


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