VanadiumCorp Invitation to Québec Mines 2015 20th November 2015 VanadiumCorp News Releases TSX-V: “VRB” Dear shareholders and friends, We are pleased to inform you that VanadiumCorp will be exhibiting at Québec Mines 2015, Québec City Convention Centre, Tuesday, November 24 to Thursday, November 26 starting at 9:00 am every day. The exhibition of Québec Mines is a major event. It brings together over 200 exhibitors, and features exploration and mining companies as well as mining sector goods and services providers. It attracts prospectors who come to present their projects and discoveries and also assembles government representatives in a special government section, as well as providing a large area for geoscientific exhibitors, including specialists from recognized organizations and students representing the next generation. At the exhibition, MERN experts will unveil the results of their most recent geoscientific work and will present new exploration targets along with the latest technological developments. VanadiumCorp’s management team is pleased to welcome attendees to visit us at booth # 73, just west of the main entrance of the exhibition. VanadiumCorp’s project management team, IOS Geoscientifiques Inc. will also be exhibiting at booth # 55, conveniently located directly across the aisle from VanadiumCorp. CLICK TO ENLARGE VanadiumCorp is pleased to have the opportunity to present the new developments of the company. VanadiumCorp is targeting production of high purity Vanadium products in the Chibougamau Mining camp from the “Lac Dore Project”. The Lac Dore Project will be presented along with drill core and samples. Additionally, Mr. Adriaan Bakker, President & CEO of VanadiumCorp will be participating in a workshop and panel discussion: “Canadian raw materials supply chain for the worldwide battery market” Hosted by: National Research Council Canada Date: November 25, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Room: 309B Cost: $25 The demand for energy storage devices is increasing. Li-ion batteries are already deployed in vehicle applications and are expected to dominate large scale energy storage for the electrical grid. Vanadium redox flow batteries are at a critical stage in development and are considered one of the most promising new technologies for grid applications. These developments raise the question of whether the supply of raw and battery-grade materials or the supply chain for battery manufacturing will be adequate to support the burgeoning sector. This workshop brings together Canadian mining companies who can play a critical role in supplying materials to the worldwide battery market. Click the following link for details: Canadian raw materials supply chain for the worldwide battery market We look forward to seeing you there. On behalf of the board of VanadiumCorp: Adriaan Bakker, President and Chief Executive Officer For more information, contact VanadiumCorp: John Hewlett, Director, Business Development By phone: 604-560-8251 By email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.vanadiumcorp.com Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. Share This Tweet Share Share Email Related Posts PEA Update – Vanadium Battery Electrolyte Economics VanadiumCorp is pleased to announce vanadium electrolyte "VE" technology will be integrated into the Lac Dore preliminary economic assessment “PEA” in combination with conventional vanadium production methods. Dr. G.Y. Champagne joins Advisory Board of VanadiumCorp VanadiumCorp is pleased to announce Dr. Gilles Y. Champagne has joined the advisory board of VanadiumCorp. PacificOre releases master thesis on Iron-T project PacificOre Mining Corp. has released the results of a master thesis entitled, "Vanadium mineralization in the Archean-layered Bell River complex, Matagami, Quebec." This master degree under the supervision of Prof. M. Jebrak, PhD, and Prof. N. Goulet, PhD, is obtained from the Departement des Sciences de la Terre et de l'Atmosphere de l'Universite du Quebec a Montreal. Dr. Christian Derosier, PacificOre's vice-president of exploration, was one of the members of the examination committee.