Mr. Douglas Fulcher reports
One World Lithium Inc.
has signed a contract with Layne de Mexico to drill 4,200 metres (14,000 feet) on its Salar del Diablo property located in the state of Baja California Norte, Mexico.
Layne has been contracted to drill 12 reverse circulation holes with depths varying between 150 metres (500 feet) and 500 metres (1,650 feet). Layne plans to use either a Schramm TH100A or 685 rig, both of which are capable of drilling to 500 metres.
The rig will be available by the end of February, 2019. The drilling program may take up to 40 days to complete. Layne de Mexico is part of the mineral exploration division of Layne Christensen, which specializes in mineral exploration drilling programs globally.
The drill holes are planned to test three highly conductive geophysical zones, as previously reported
on July 3, 2018, and July 17, 2018, and two geochemical surface sampling anomalies, as previously reported on April 11, 2018. The
geophysical zones are correlative with the lithium geochemistry anomalies and cover more than 54 square kilometres. Two of the zones are open ended, as they extend beyond the geophysical survey grid area. Zone 1 may be more than 100 metres (330 feet) thick and zone 3 may be more than 200 metres (660 feet) thick. The zones are so conductive that they could contain brines.
The geochemical anomaly is 150 square kilometres in size. Surface samples assayed up to 196 parts per million lithium, with an average grade of 84 parts per million lithium.
DRILL HOLE TARGETS
Sdd 2019-1 Zone 1 south end Confirm zone 1 thickness (metres) 250
Sdd 2019-2 Zone 1 north end Confirm zone 1 thickness (metres) 250
Sdd 2019-3 Zone 2 east side High conductivity 300
Sdd 2019-4 Zone 3 west side High conductivity 200
Sdd 2019-5 Zone 2 south extension High conductivity 300
Sdd 2019-6 Zone 2 south extension High conductivity 150
Sdd 2019-7 Zone 3 west extension Constrained conductive zone 400
Sdd 2019-7A Zone 2 east side Constrained conductive zone 400
Sdd 2019-8 Zones 2 and 3 shallow and deep Linear conductive zone 500
Sdd 2019-9 Geochemical anomaly Test northerly geochemical anomaly 500
Sdd 2019-10 Zone 3 northwest Conductivity at fault 500
Sdd 2019-11 Geochemical anomaly Geochemical anomaly 500
One World Lithium currently owns a 60-per-cent property interest. On completion of this drill program, it will then own an 80-per-cent property interest.
About One World Lithium Inc.
One World Lithium is an exploration company that is focused on exploring and developing lithium in brine projects of merit. Its initial project, the Salar del Diablo prospect, has been acquired by staking claims covering 75,400 hectares (290 square miles).
John E. Hiner, SME registered member and a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical disclosure contained in this news release.
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