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NEVADA BISONI MCKAY VANADIUM PROPERTY


NI 43-101 Technical Report - CLICK HERE

  • Potentially leachable
  • Potentially open-pittable
  • Soft host rock easy to grind
  • Potenatially relatively low direct costs
  • Open to the north, known to extend to the south
  • At least 600 feet in depth with a 2,000 foot strike length on Northern Section A
  • 764 acres (37 claims) vanadium project approximately 32 miles southeast of Eureka, Nevada.

Stina has spent over $800,000 on drilling and exploration of the Property

Stina believes that the Bisoni McKay Property has several inherent economic and logistical advantages over other vanadium supplies in the world.

Previously vanadium was primarily used for steel production but now new uses such as an electricity storage media in vanadium redox flow batteries is accelerating demand for the metal. This trend is anticipated to continue as grid energy storage becomes more and more prevalent as the new technology is adopted. The US Department of Energy reports that there are currently 59 Vanadium Redox Battery installations throughout the world.
Click Here for Redox Battery Installations Map

Recently Stina has staked an additional 164 claims immediately to the north, including over the Bisoni Vanadium Property, and up to the adjacent Gibillini Vanadium Property.
This recent brings the total Stina land claims in the Nevada Vanadium Belt to 201, and covers a total area of 4,115 acres.  
Click Here for Map of Recent Staking in June 2017


BMK NI 43-101 Technical Report - CLICK HERE

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