Atlas Salt (TSXV: SALT) Great Atlantic Salt Deposit is located 15 km north of the Property. The salt deposit contains an Inferred resource of 908 million tonnes grading 96.9% NaCl using a nominal bulk density of 2.16 g/cm³ (nominal de-icing market standard).*
Triple Point Resources (Private) Fischell Salt Dome is located to the North of the property and can potentially store approximately 180,000 tonnes of hydrogen.
The Robinsons River Salt Dome Project is approximately 127% larger in terms of hydrogen storage potential than the Fischell Salt Dome
*This resource estimate was independently prepared by APEX Geoscience Ltd. for Atlas Salt in accordance with NI 43-101. The Company has not had a qualified person verify this information, and this information is not necessarily indicative of the mineralization on the Robinsons River Salt Property.
The Property is hosted within the Bas St. Georges Subbasin (BSGSB), the northeastern
extension of the Maritime Basin. The geology of the BSGSB of Newfoundland is broadly
analogous to the geology in New Brunswick.
The Property warrants further exploration as a result of the following:
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Source: Voegeli, S. (2022, August). RESPEC Website Presentation on Underground Storage and Capabilities.
Seismic and gravity surveys have located at least two major salt structures that are potentially suitable for road salt exploration and hydrogen cavern development at the Robinsons River Salt Project, Newfoundland.
Each Salt Cavern if developed could exceed a storage volume of over 2 million meters³.
Based on available geological information, the East and West Salt Structures have a conservatively-estimated potential combined hydrogen storage capacity of up to 800,000 tonnes within more than 60 caverns.
For additional information regarding the Robinsons River Salt Property, we encourage you to review the full technical report on the Robinsons River Salt Property. Click here to review the full report.”