Taking control of a game changing HPQ hydrothermal deposit

The HPQ industry is a closed market controlled by a handful of large corporations, some of who's deposits are chemically comparable to Baie-Johan-Beetz.


Why to invest:


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Exceptional Quartz ore deposit (high grade 99.5% SiO² ) with low contents of Boron (<0.2ppm) and Phosphorous (<0.2ppm)

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Consistent, distinctive, exceptionnal milky white color

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6Mmt above sea-level quartz, which 1.2Mmt is estimated to have the potential to be solar grade.

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Unknown additional tonnage under sea level


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Based on estimated resources and 10% market penetration rate, the deposit longevity is estimated to 35+ years

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Open pit extraction method

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Deposit main area of 54.22ha contains ultra-white quartz. Adjacent unexplored area of 251.28ha could reveal additional tonnage.

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Rare HPQ hydrothermal veins of great dimensions


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Proximity of Quebec's largest hydroelectrical central

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Efficient and simple transportation logistics

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Once presumed Iota standard confirm, the deposit could become part of the handfuls of quartz deposits of significant commercial interest on the world market.

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Manufacturers are in need for long term, reliable sources of supply


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HPQ sand purified to Iota standard is a critical ingredients in manufacturing semiconductors, batteries, solar panels, microchips and others electronic components

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With a forecasted HPQ market annual growth of 8 % between 2020 and 2030, mining and purification facilities will require a short-term capacity increase of 40 %

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Stable political and social regime and manpower available

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Governmental support available


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Privately owned company

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Solar panel HPQ demand will drive the market growth at an expected CAGR of 12.8 % from 2020 to 2030

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Total world solar electricity generation is expected to grow from 4 % in 2021 to 34 % in 2050


For more

information

Please write to

Benoit Marleau

Please note that all requests will be reviewed by Pal Quartz professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to providing any information.





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