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European Metals Holdings Limited engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties. The company explores for lithium and tin deposits. It holds a 100% interest in the Cinovec lithium/tin project in the Czech Republic. The company was formerly known as Equamineral Holdings Limited and changed its name to European Metals Holdings Limited in February 2014. European Metals Holdings Limited is based in West Perth, Australia.

european metals holdings-di (EMH) Top Compensated Officers

MD, CEO & Director
Total Annual Compensation: A$262.8K
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: A$218.5K
Executive Director
Total Annual Compensation: A$159.5K
Geological Consultant
Total Annual Compensation: A$144.3K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2018.
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European Metals Holdings Limited Reports on its Activities and Continued Progress in the Development of the Globally Significant Cinovec Lithium / Tin Project in Czech Republic

European Metals Holdings Limited reported on its activities and continued progress in the development of the globally significant Cinovec Lithium /Tin Project in Czech Republic during the three-month period ending March 2019. DRILL PROGRAMME UPDATE: During the quarter the company released two updates regarding the current eight core-hole resource drilling programme at the Cinovec Project. Drilling of five of the eight holes was reported as completed. Analytical results for the five drill holes from the Cinovec South deposit were also reported. Key points: Resource drill holes CIS-10, CIS-11, CIS-12, CIS-13 and CIS-14 were completed including analytical reports. Hole CIS-11 returned 129.3m averaging 0.51% Li2O, incl. 2m @ 0.93% Li2O, 2m @0.93% Li2O; 5m @ 0.56% Sn and 0.11% W, 5m @ 0.21% Sn, and 7m @ 0.11% Sn. Hole CIS-13 returned 108m averaging 0.45% Li2O and 0.11% Sn, incl. 4m @ 0.99% Li2O; 6m @ 0.29% Sn, 5m @ 0.34% Sn, 3m @ 0.77% Sn and 0.12% W, and 2m @ 1.03% Sn, incl. 1m @ 1.92% Sn. Hole CIS-10 returned 89m averaging 0.47% Li2O, incl. 6m @ 1.02% Li2O and 6m @ 0.91% Li2O; 5m @ 0.26% Sn, 5m @ 0.14% Sn, and 7m @ 0.077% W. Hole CIS-12 returned 93m averaging 0.48% Li2O, incl. 2m @ 1.32% Li2O, 2.4m @ 1.17% Li2O and 3m @ 1.08% Li2O; 8m @ 0.83% Li2O and 0.18% Sn, 4m @ 0.13% Sn, and 5m @ 0.16% W. Hole CIS-14 returned 67m averaging 0.43% Li2O (incl. 3m @ 0.99% Li2O and 0.18% Sn); 8m @ 0.67% Li2O and 0.20% Sn (incl. 4.15m @ 1.00% Li2O and 0.35% Sn); 8m @ 0.21% Sn, 4m @ 0.39% Sn; and 3m @ 0.20% Sn. BATTERY GRADE LITHIUM HYDROXIDE SAMPLE PRODUCED: Post the quarter, the company provided a project update highlighting the outcomes from a recently completed engineering assessment of the flowsheet and subsequent testwork aimed at demonstrating the ability to produce lithium hydroxide from Cinovec ore. The move by the Company to develop a process for the production of lithium hydroxide from the Cinovec project has been in response to market forces that continue to move Czech and European manufacturers towards the production of advanced technology batteries. The highlights were: A flowsheet was successfully developed and tested for the production of lithium hydroxide from Cinovec ore. A potential production rate in excess of 25,000 tpa lithium hydroxide was demonstrated to be possible utilising a robust process route proven in the lithium production sector. A formal update of the project PFS reflecting the production of lithium hydroxide is underway and will be completed soon.

European Metals Holdings Limited Provides Cinovec Project Update

European Metals Holdings Limited provided a project update highlighting the outcomes from a recently completed engineering assessment of the flowsheet and subsequent testwork aimed at demonstrating the ability to produce lithium hydroxide from Cinovec ore. The move by the Company to develop a process for the production of lithium hydroxide from the Cinovec project is in response to market forces that continue to move Czech and European manufacturers towards the production of advanced technology batteries. The engineering assessment and associated testwork were conducted on aspects of the hydrometallurgical portion of the flowsheet of the Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS) reported on 19 April 2017 (PFS confirms potential low-cost lithium carbonate producer). A series of tests were completed in recent months by Dorfner Anzaplan in Germany looking initially at the direct production of lithium hydroxide from leach liquors and subsequently testing a more traditional route of converting lithium carbonate through to lithium hydroxide. While both process routes were successful in producing battery grade lithium hydroxide, assessment of the relevant process risks indicated that the more robust flowsheet involved the production of battery grade lithium carbonate followed by conversion to battery grade lithium hydroxide. The engineering assessment was conducted using a 4.3kg sample of lithium concentrate taken from a stock of historic ore samples taken from various sites in the Cinovec deposit. The sample was subjected to roasting after mixing with sodium sulphate, gypsum and limestone to a prescribed ratio, water leached, various steps of purification undertaken finally rendering a battery grade lithium hydroxide laboratory scale sample upon completion. The result of the testwork was the production of a sample of battery grade lithium hydroxide. The work concentrated on the grade of product produced and not recovery rates. The total amount of product produced was below 10 grams. Further information regarding the sampling techniques and data is set out in the tables annexed to this announcement. This data is now being used as the foundation for an update of the PFS such that the final product from the process will be battery grade lithium hydroxide with the option to produce battery grade lithium carbonate should the market support both products. The relevant flowsheets will be available upon completion of this engineering work.

European Metals Holdings Limited Announces Cinovec Project Update -­ Battery Grade Lithium Hydroxide Sample Produced

European Metals Holdings Limited announced to provide a project update highlighting the outcomes from a recently completed engineering assessment of the flowsheet and subsequent testwork aimed at demonstrating the ability to produce lithium hydroxide from Cinovec ore. The move by the company to develop a process for the production of lithium hydroxide from the Cinovec project is in response to market forces that continue to move Czech and European manufacturers towards the production of advanced technology batteries. The engineering assessment and associated testwork were conducted on aspects of the hydrometallurgical portion of the flowsheet of the Preliminary Feasibility Study (PFS) reported on 19 April 2017 (PFS confirms potential low-cost lithium carbonate producer). A series of tests were completed in recent months by Dorfner Anzaplan in Germany looking initially at the direct production of lithium hydroxide from leach liquors and subsequently testing a more traditional route of converting lithium carbonate through to lithium hydroxide. While both process routes were successful in producing battery grade lithium hydroxide, assessment of the relevant process risks indicated that the more robust flowsheet involved the production of battery grade lithium carbonate followed by conversion to battery grade lithium hydroxide. This data is now being used as the foundation for an update of the PFS such that the final product from the process will be battery grade lithium hydroxide with the option to produce battery grade lithium carbonate should the market support both products.

 

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