Atlas Salt Inc. (the “Company” or “Atlas Salt”) is pleased to provide a corporate update with the leaders of Canada and Germany expected to sign a “Hydrogen Accord” at a news conference scheduled in Stephenville, Newfoundland.
In addition to its flagship Great Atlantic Salt Project, approximately 25 km south of Stephenville, Atlas owns 100% of the Fischell’s Brook salt deposit, Newfoundland and Labrador’s only known salt dome with clean hydrogen storage potential. Fischell’s Brook is part of a 226 sq. km land package outside of Great Atlantic on the west coast of Newfoundland, including 75 sq. km of claims covering Stephenville and the surrounding area, that forms the planned upcoming Atlas spinout of Triple Point Resources Ltd.
Mr. Patrick Laracy, the Atlas CEO, commented: “We have long recognized the enormous environmentally friendly resource potential of the west coast of Newfoundland. The Hydrogen Accord is expected to be signed later today between Canada and Germany, and the location of this signing ceremony (Stephenville), validates the prolific opportunities in this district with Atlas owning two key advanced projects and a highly prospective exploration ground. Unlocking the full value of Fischell’s Brook and other non-Great Atlantic salt assets is best accomplished through the proposed strategic spinout of Triple Point at a highly favorable share distribution ratio.”
Atlas Salt owns 100% of the Great Atlantic Salt Project strategically located in western Newfoundland in the middle of the robust eastern North America road salt market. The project features a large homogeneous high-grade resource. Atlas Salt also owns the Fischell’s Brook salt dome and other mineral licenses on the west coast of Newfoundland, forming the proposed spinout of Triple Point Resources Ltd.
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