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Mining Alliances & Consultants

Innovexplo

InnovExplo of Val-d’Or, Québec is acting as an independent expert and is providing support services extending from exploration to mining operations. InnovExplo has a mission to contribute in an innovative, objective, and efficient manner to the evolution of mining projects by offering a complete and integrated range of dependable and top quality services at each phase of exploration and mining operations. For more information please visit www.innovexplo.com

CSA

CSA Global is a mining consulting company that provides trusted technical and expert services, training, and independent corporate advice to public and private mining companies, financial and legal groups. Dr. Luke Longridge is VanadiumCorps technical advisor and Qualified Person to assist with the development of the Company’s VTM assets with his extensive vanadium mine development experience. For more information please visit www.csaglobal.com

SGS

SGS is the world’s leading inspection, verification, testing, and certification company. Pilot plant production by SGS of vanadium electrolyte was successfully tested in VRFBs by Sumitomo in Japan from VanadiumCorp’s Lac Dore project. At the exploration stage, they offer a wide variety of services, including geochemical testing, resource calculations, and Technical Reports, geometallurgy, scoping studies and flowsheet development, piloting, and environmental services. For more information please visit www.sgs.com

Micon

Micon is a mining consultancy providing independent professional advice to mining companies and their providers of capital, law firms, and government agencies. Micon International Limited (“Micon”) is mandated for completing NI 43-101 technical reports given their relevant and specialized expertise in vanadium mining with companies such as Largo Resources Inc. For more information please visit www.micon-international.com

Chibougamau Drilling

Chibougamau Diamond Drilling Ltd- Forages Chibougamau Ltée is a Northern Quebec based company specializing in diamond drilling since 1968. They are conveniently located in Chibougamau, Quebec, and are mandated for VanadiumCorp’s pending Lac Dore drill program nearby. Related and successful drill programs include VanadiumCorp’s Iron-T and Lac Dore Projects as well as Blackrock’s mine permitted Lac Dore mining project. Miikan Drilling is a joint venture between Chibougamau Diamond Drilling Ltd of Chibougamau, Eskan Company of Mistissini, and Nimsken Corp. of Ouje-Bougoumou, northern Québec. For more information please visit www.chibougamaudrilling.ca

TJCM

Table Jamésienne de Concertation Minière (TJCM) of Chibougamau, Northern Québec, is a non-profit regional development organization that provides on-demand contractor monitoring, quality control, and technical support services to mining companies active in Eeyou Istchee James-Bay territory. For more information please visit www.tjcm.ca

Corem

Our Mission Create innovative solutions in mineral processing for the benefit of a sustainable mining industry, working closely with our members, our customers and our partners. Our Vision To be internationally renowned as a leader in mineral processing technologies and innovation. For more information please visit www.corem.qc.ca

Envirocree

EnviroCree Ltd. is the most noteworthy Native firm specialized in environmental services in the Province of Quebec with teams to bring expertise to projects. EnviroCree’s mission is to provide its clients with customized services, create bonds between Native communities and the mining industry, and to provide Cree people with environmental training and learning opportunities so the firm expands through the development of a qualified, and above all, local First Nation workforce. For more information please visit www.envirocree.com

Mikan

VanadiumCorp has awarded the drill contract to Miikan Drilling Ltd of Chibougamau, northern Québec, a joint venture between Chibougamau Diamond Drilling Ltd of Chibougamau, Eskan Company of Mistissini and Nimsken Corp. of Ouje-Bougoumou, northern Québec.

Technology Alliances

Conoship

Conoship International Projects BV is wholly owned by Conoship International (Conoship). Conoship is an ambitious and innovative ship design and engineering office. Founded in 1952 as the central design office for a group of Northern Dutch shipyards, Conoship International developed a strikingly wide range of ships, from general cargo vessels, tankers, dredgers, to ferries and offshore vessels. Over 2,000 ships were built based on Conoship designs, operating all around the world.  For more information, please visit www.conoship.com

Vega Reederei

 

Headquartered at the Port of Hamburg, Vega is one of the world’s fastest-growing shipping companies. Vega offers its customers a wide range of services that include shipbuilding, shipping operations, chartering, ship disposal and financial services. For more information, please visit www.vega-reederei.de

Electrochem-Technologies

Electrochem Technologies & Materials Inc. is a private Canadian Corporation that currently owns twenty-four patents worldwide on proprietary and sustainable chemical, metallurgical, and green electrochemical technologies. Commercially, the company manufactures industrial electrodes, produces tantalum and tungsten chemicals, and also produces vanadium redox flow battery electrolyte at its facilities in Boucherville. For more information please visit www.electrochem-technologies.com

Fraunhofer

Partnership with Fraunhofer ICT which is an integral part of the Karlsruhe International Sustainability Center (KISC) in Germany. For more information please visit www.ict.fraunhofer.de

CENELEST

VanadiumCorp is Partnered with The German-Australian Alliance for Electrochemical Technologies for Storage of Renewable Energy. For more information please view our press release.

UNSW

VanadiumCorp partnership & collaboration with UNSW’s world class researchers & access to cutting edge facilities. For more information please visit www.unsw.edu.au

Delectrik

VanadiumCorp is partnered with Delectrik Systems and focused on sustainable and affordable VRFB Innovation. For more information please visit www.delectrik.com

ICL

Israel Chemical Ltd. “ICL” is developing opportunities of the new bromine based technology for energy storage. For more information please visit www.icl-group.com

NRC CNRC

VanadiumCorp is a research partner of the National Research Council (NRC CNRC), which is Canada’s largest federal research and development organization. For more information please visit nrc.canada.ca

Associations

Vanitec

The Vanadium International Technical Committee (VANITEC), headquartered in Kent, UK. As outlined on its website “VANITEC is a technical and scientific committee which brings together representatives of companies involved in the mining, processing, and manufacture of vanadium-containing products for use mainly in the metals and materials manufacturing and chemical industries, world-wide. The object of VANITEC is to promote the use of vanadium bearing materials and thereby to increase the consumption of vanadium. For more information please visit www.vanitec.org

VanadiumCorp utilizes renewable electricity at our corporate office in Surrey, BC by offsetting our electricity use with green energy. For every kWh of electricity used, a kWh from a pollution-free, renewable source is put on the grid through new green energy projects all across Canada through companies that are working with Bullfrog Power. Learn more at www.bullfrogpower.com

Energy Storage Canada (ESC) is the national association for the energy storage industry in Canada and represents the full supply chain of energy storage. ESC focuses on advancing opportunities and building the market for energy storage through advocacy, networking and stakeholder education. Our mission is to advance the energy storage industry in Canada through collaboration, education, policy advocacy and research. We take an unbiased view towards technology and are supported by the contributions of our active members. For more information please visit www.energystoragecanada.org

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