Sydney, Aug 1, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Global Geoscience Limited (ASX:GSC) provides the Company's latest Investor Presentation.

Rhyolite Ridge Project Overview

Large 100%-owned property

- Sediment-hosted deposit

- Similar mineralization in two basins

- Mineralisation outcrops over 3 km strike length

Indicated & Inferred Resource

- Maiden Resource - Oct 2016

- Resource open to the N, S and E

- 393Mt at 0.9% lithium carbonate (Li2CO3), 2.9% boric acid (H3BO3)

High-Grade Upper Zone

- 65 Mt at 1.0% lithium carbonate, 9.1% boric acid contains:

o 0.65 Mt lithium carbonate
o 5.9 Mt boric acid

Further drilling likely to add substantially to initial Resource

Rhyolite Ridge - Simple Mining & Processing

- Metallurgical testwork demonstrates:

o Simple process route

o Flotation to removed acid consuming carbonate from Li-B ore (>95% recoveries)

o Acid leach to extract lithium and boron (>95% recoveries)

- Scalable production options

- No new technology required

- Two products (Lithium Carbonate and Boric Acid) of roughly equal value produced on site

To view the full presentation, please visit:
http://abnnewswire.net/lnk/0I916ZTF


About Global Geoscience Limited

Global Geoscience Limited ASX GSCGlobal Geoscience Limited (ASX:GSC) is a Sydney-based mineral exploration company specialising in greenfield exploration and mineral discovery. The Company's main focus is for copper, gold and silver on its mostly 100%-owned projects in Nevada and Arizona in the United States, and Peru in South America.

 


Contact

Bernard Rowe
Managing Director
Global Geoscience Ltd
Phone: +61-419-447-280
Email: browe@globalgeo.com.au

James D. Calaway
Chairman
Global Geoscience Ltd
T: +1-713-818-1457
E: jcalaway@calawayinterests.com

Roger Howe
Investor Relations
T: +61-405-419-139
E: roger.howe@roberoro.com



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