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Lithium Exploration Group is a U.S.-based exploration and development company focused on the acquisition and development potential of lithium brines and other precious metals that demonstrate high probability for near-term production. Currently, the company is focused on its Western Canada and South America properties. Lithium Exploration Group is a fully reporting company traded on the Nasdaq OTCBB under the symbol LEXG.
Website:
www.lithiumexplorationgroup.com 

Contact Info 3200 N. Hayden Road Suite 300 Scottsdale, AZ, 85251 Phone: 305-677-9456 Email: info@lithiumexplorationgroup.com

http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/LEXG/company-info



JUNE 2014 NEWSLETTER  - CEO ALEX WALSH - http://tinyurl.com/obb37tt

 



 

Lithium Exploration Group: Technology Overview

http://ih.advfn.com/videos/market-commentary/lithium-exploration-group-technology-overview_oRWVca61aj8  (video)

http://www.google.com/patents/US7767159  Ultrasonic Reactor patent

http://glottech.com/?page_id=228 Inventor


Mineral Rights to 650,000 acres on Valleyview project

http://lithiumexplorationgroup.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/valleyview_project_43-101.pdf








 
































 
Oilfield Waste Disposal
Wardlow Facility   (Tero Aquisition) Class 1B well Morinville Facility (BlueTap Resources Aquisition)
Class 1B well - limited Class 1A status


Lithium Exploration Group CEO Discusses Lithium Markets 8:45 AM ET 3/27/14 | Marketwire






Lithium Exploration Group Inc. (OTCQB: LEXG) CEO Alex Walsh discusses the recent activity and commentary around the lithium industry:

There have been a number of articles written in recent weeks about the lithium industry and I have personally received a huge influx of calls from shareholders and interested parties trying to get a handle on what is going on out there. I want to take a moment to answer some questions and comment on what is being reported in the media.

Tesla - Tesla's gigafactory concept is brilliant. It vertically integrates their operations, allowing for the Tesla brand to expand while controlling unnecessary third party costs and expenses in the supply chain.  
-- Supply and Demand Discussion    
-- Historically, lithium prices more than tripled over the 10-year period from 2000 to 2010. That demand was driven by iPods, cell phones, tablets, and laptops. There is roughly a two-year production cycle in the solar evaporation process to produce lithium from brine (which makes up a majority of the global supply of lithium) so, as demand increased, supply could not meet those needs, spawning huge spot price fluctuations.    
-- Prices have stabilized in recent years near $6,000/ton but there have been reports of oversupply recently holding prices steady even though electric vehicles have continued to grow in popularity. I expect that this will change rapidly perhaps more rapidly than people can quantify because the amount of lithium needed in a car battery is one hundred times the amount required for a laptop computer or a tablet. Supply needs must be initiated now to meet the 2017 goal of Tesla, and I believe that Tesla will begin to acquire as much lithium supply as it can get its hands on in North America to further the vertical integration of the electric vehicle production and insulate it from price volatility.
-- When will that happen?
 -- Only Elon Musk and his advisory team know for sure when this will happen, but it is not going to be an overnight decision. As they have with their expansion into the market, they will certainly look at all options, but I am confident that they will buy the lithium they need to run this gigafactory. SQM (Chile) is the largest producer of lithium in the world (and owned by Potash Corp of Saskatchewan). Tesla could easily acquire SQM and ensure their supply for decades to come. -- What does this mean for the rest of the global market? -- Strap on your seatbelts because there will be a frenzy of activity all over the globe trying to replace the 10,000 - 15,000 tons of lithium carbonate that Tesla will be consuming.
-- What does this mean for Lithium Exploration Group? -- I think that, at the end of the day, we have a separation technique designed to target lithium chloride and produce lithium carbonate, a 43-101 and hydrogeological study complete on the region and aquifer we are trying to target, and a technology that we hope will speed up the brine evaporation process from months to minutes. -- I don't know if Tesla will look to buy our knowledge, technology rights, our team, or our production but I do know that what they are doing to drive demand and visibility to the lithium exploration market will be good for us either way.
Sincerely, Alex Walsh CEO - Lithium Exploration Group, Inc

 

Lithium Exploration Group CEO Comments on Tesla's Lithium-Ion Battery Plans

SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - Mar 3, 2014) - On Friday, Tesla Motors Inc. CEO Elon Musk publicly discussed their plan to build the world's largest lithium-ion battery factory and locate it in the United States. At Lithium Exploration Group (OTCQBLEXG) we are very excited to see this development from one of the industry giants.

We started exploring the concept of low cost production of lithium carbonate in Canada in 2011 for exactly this moment in time. With the successful testing of the technology we intend to use to extract lithium from oilfield brine in Alberta, we are ready to continue with bench scale testing of the separation technique we designed in 2012 to target lithium, potassium, and other minerals.

Most of the global supply of lithium carbonate is produced in Chile and much of that production is spoken for by Asian manufacturers of lithium-ion batteries. Much like Mr. Musk, we feel very strongly that the demand for lithium-ion batteries will be driven by applications associated with solar and wind power, which require significantly greater amounts of lithium than car batteries.

Markets are driven by supply and demand. Mr. Musk, Tesla, and Solar City have just changed the demand for North American lithium for decades to come.

Sincerely,
Alex Walsh
CEO
Lithium Exploration Group
OTCQB: LEXG 


LITHIUM APPLICATIONS in the NEWS lately

TESLA BATTERY CHASSIS

TESLA  



WALMART DESIGNS HYBRID SEMI  - WAVE 

 

Walmart is getting into the truck-design business with the WAVE--Walmart Ad

WALMART DESIGNS HYBRID SEMI

vanced Vehicle Experience--concept.

With its aerodynamic cab, the WAVE certainly doesn't look like any other large truck currently on U.S. roads.

The design was achieved in part by placing the driver in the center of the cab. The steering wheel is flanked by LCD screens--in place of conventional gauges--and there is a sleeping compartment directly behind the driver's pod.

The WAVE features a range-extended electric powertrain, consisting of a Capstone micro-turbine and an electric motor.

SOLARCITY




Grid energy storage is becoming a tangible business opportunity for cleantech companies and automakers these days – it's all that's left of Coda, for example, and Toyota is open to the opportunities. Sun-power provider SolarCity has entered the market with DemandLogic, a smart energy storage system designed to deal with what it calls two major pain points for businesses: rising utility demand charges and increasing grid outages. SolarCity is using Tesla Motors' advanced battery technology to deliver the stored energy. Tesla's role in DemandLogic is providing the software that manages the discharge of stored energy. Of course, Tesla CEO Elon Musk is also Chairman of SolarCity and provided financing for the company many years ago. We first heard about the two companies working together on energy storage systems last year.

SolarCity will sell its storage systems through 10-year service agreements that require monthly payments but no upfront costs. SolarCity has also been interested in EV charging for many years.


LEXG Security Details
Share Structure
Market Value1 $10.5 M a/o May 23, 2014
Shares Outstanding Approx. 177.2 M a/o May 23, 2014
     
Authorized Shares 500 M a/o May 23, 2014
Par Value 0.001
Company Officers and Directors
Alex Walsh              CEO, President, Secretary, Treasurer, Dir. 
Bryan Kleinlein CFO

SIC - Industry Classification 1000 - Metal Mining
Business Status Exploration Stage Company a/o Sep 30, 2006
Incorporated In: NV, USA
Reporting Status U.S. Reporting: SEC Filer
CIK 0001375576
Fiscal Year End 6/30
OTC Market Tier OTCQB
 
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LEXG News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 07/07/2014 12:50:17 PM
LEXG News: Lithium Exploration Group Updates Technology Testing for Water and Petroleum Units 07/07/2014 09:00:00 AM
LEXG News: Coverage of Lithium Exploration Group Initiated by Analyst Larry Oakley 06/30/2014 12:10:00 PM
LEXG News: Analyst Larry Oakley Initiates Coverage of Lithium Exploration Group With Strong Buy 06/27/2014 10:44:36 AM
LEXG News: Research Report Lithium Exploration Group, Inc. OTCQB: LEXG 06/25/2014 11:34:45 AM
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#7283  Sticky Note No complaints from me on June Newsletter: chemist72 06/10/14 09:47:39 AM
#6452  Sticky Note Lithium brines - the only economic lithium source Nkore 03/07/14 01:32:56 AM
#7565   Hellgirl, are you buying any at these prices? streaming 07/27/14 10:36:12 PM
#7564   LEXG .44 < 12 days and counting!! Hellgirl 07/27/14 07:21:31 PM
#7563   Me too, the main reason I liked it may2009 07/27/14 01:21:12 PM
#7562   Did your mother also tell you life is may2009 07/27/14 11:59:45 AM
#7561   Totally agree with you forestli 07/27/14 10:59:29 AM
#7560   My mother used to tell me "if you nrcmedia 07/26/14 09:09:47 PM
#7559   13 days LEXG!! Hellgirl 07/26/14 08:39:29 PM
#7558   LEXG .44 < 13 days and counting! Hellgirl 07/26/14 08:39:00 PM
#7557   Dont worry Ive already made my investment decision brunomars12 07/26/14 06:33:12 PM
#7556   13 days and .....? Maybe .03 nrcmedia 07/26/14 04:02:59 PM
#7555   Here is another good news feed, if you may2009 07/26/14 03:57:37 PM
#7554   They acquired controlling interest in Alta disposal, and may2009 07/26/14 03:37:09 PM
#7553   Any idea as to when they are going brunomars12 07/26/14 02:10:34 PM
#7552   I'm counting on it at least to hit may2009 07/26/14 10:53:33 AM
#7551   Hellgirl truly a countdown Queen! Ha, I hope forestli 07/26/14 04:52:00 AM
#7550   'ALEX and THE CAVITATOR' nrcmedia 07/26/14 03:22:41 AM
#7549   True there was some set backs with glotech may2009 07/26/14 12:23:22 AM
#7548   But we have to had the technology, but forestli 07/26/14 12:13:36 AM
#7547   Great July letter 1 and 2 can't wait Hellgirl 07/25/14 10:35:15 PM
#7546   This article is another reason I like this may2009 07/25/14 10:34:27 PM
#7545   Great things are about to happen GO LEXG!! Hellgirl 07/25/14 10:32:09 PM
#7544   LEXG .44 < 14 days and counting!! Hellgirl 07/25/14 10:31:39 PM
#7543   That and the toxic debt IMO. There where may2009 07/25/14 09:53:23 PM
#7542   Thats 2 analysts that basically said pretty much brunomars12 07/25/14 09:30:59 PM
#7541   Ray dirks also wrote a pretty interesting report may2009 07/25/14 03:33:31 PM
#7540   I liked what the analyst had to say brunomars12 07/25/14 02:14:53 PM
#7539   I believe it is very plausible for him may2009 07/25/14 01:44:20 PM
#7538   Any opinions on the newsletter? Will Alex achieve brunomars12 07/25/14 11:50:19 AM
#7537   HAha very funny, i think the same forestli 07/25/14 08:20:39 AM
#7536   LEXG .44 < -1 day LEXG .44 < -2 Brilliantlexx13 07/24/14 08:53:30 PM
#7535   What happens when the 15 days get here brunomars12 07/24/14 06:06:05 PM
#7534   LEXG .44 < 15 days and counting Hellgirl 07/24/14 04:07:25 PM
#7533   The communication is nice but ... chemist72 07/24/14 10:08:53 AM
#7532   The July newsletter is out. It's trailmaker 07/24/14 09:56:43 AM
#7531   Hellgirl you still counting, but things don't change forestli 07/23/14 09:36:55 PM
#7530   LEXG .44 < 16 days and counting!! Hellgirl 07/23/14 04:37:37 PM
#7529   Plutus she has nothing of consequence to say. nrcmedia 07/23/14 01:10:28 PM
#7528   17 days to meltdown.... nrcmedia 07/23/14 01:08:43 PM
#7527   Interesting lithium news Will37 07/23/14 10:51:10 AM
#7526   I only see strong selling and weak buying. forestli 07/23/14 07:40:22 AM
#7525   It broke resistance to the downside. I wonder brunomars12 07/23/14 07:13:28 AM
#7524   I would agree looking at time and sales. may2009 07/22/14 08:19:22 PM
#7523   Ok I'll bite. Why? PLUTUS 07/22/14 05:44:20 PM
#7522   LEXG .44 < 17 days and counting! Hellgirl 07/22/14 02:56:06 PM
#7521   $.038 is a reasonable entry point imo - chemist72 07/22/14 02:52:39 PM
#7520   How do you see him as a con may2009 07/22/14 01:09:42 PM
#7519   Why would any sane person give Alex Walsh Inorout 07/22/14 11:13:03 AM
#7518   Yeah I feel ya, it's hard to be may2009 07/22/14 12:57:46 AM
#7517   Thanks for your information. L have had read forestli 07/22/14 12:31:16 AM
#7516   Read the third paragraph of the following link. may2009 07/22/14 12:14:15 AM
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