As the world looks to add EV’s to the transportation mix to reduce air pollution the demand for battery metals increases. Nickel is one of these battery metals in demand and there are few new high quality development projects ready to meet this demand. Silver, zinc, copper and even lead are part of this transformation in EV sector. Tartisan is well positioned to be in this battery market through its projects and investments.


Tartisan Nickel Corp. is a Canadian mineral exploration and development company whose flagship asset includes the Kenbridge Nickel Deposit near Kenora, Ontario. The Kenbridge Nickel Deposit (Sedar, September 17, 2020) hosts an updated measured and indicated resource estimate of 7.5 Mt of 0.58% nickel and 0.32% copper for a total of 95 Mlb of contained nickel. An additional 0.985 Mt at 1% Ni and 0.62% Cu (22 Mlb contained nickel) were calculated as inferred mineral resources. Pit constrained + out of pit Cu totals 53 Mlbs. Mineralization is open at depth and along strike. The Kenbridge Nickel Deposit is equipped with a 622m deep shaft.


In the Republic of Peru, Tartisan owns the Don Pancho Zinc-Lead-Silver Project, just 9km from Trevali’s Santander mine.


Tartisan also owns equity stakes in: Eloro Resources Ltd. that is exploring the ISKA ISKA project, a Gold, Silver, Zinc and Lead target with a planned 2500m drilling program currently underway in the Potosi district, Bolivia, and the low-sulphidation epithermal La Victoria Gold/Silver Project in Ancash, Peru; Class 1 Nickel & Technologies Limited who are advancing the Alexo-Kelex Dundonald nickel project near Timmins Ontario; and Peruvian Metals Corporation who are operating a toll mill in Peru and announced an exploration and bulk sampling program on the high grade Gold-Silver-Copper Palta Dorada project located in the Ancash Department of Peru.