Texas Spring Lithium

Our unwavering focus is on exploring and advancing premium-grade battery metals deposits that will drive the transition towards a sustainable future. In our portfolio lies the Texas Spring Lithium project, which holds a pivotal role, as Lithium forms a critical element in the creation of electric vehicle batteries and energy storage systems.

Overview of the Texas Spring Lithium Exploration - Development Project

The Texas Spring Property encompasses a series of mineral lode claims situated in Elko County, Nevada. Located in the Granite Range southeast of Jackpot, Nevada, it is approximately 73 km north-northeast of Wells, Nevada. The primary focus of exploration on this property is to uncover a lithium clay deposit found within volcanic tuff and tuffaceous sediments of the Humbolt Formation.

Adjacent to the southern boundary of the Nevada North Lithium Project, which is owned by Surge Battery Metals Inc. (“Surge”) (TSXV: NILI, OTC: NILIF) and comprises 303 mineral claims, lies the Texas Spring Property. Surge’s initial drilling efforts have successfully identified lithium-rich clay deposits with significant mineralization. In the 2022 drilling program, the average lithium content within all near-surface clay zones intersected, using a 1000 ppm cut-off, was recorded at 3254 ppm (as announced in the press release on March 29, 2023).


Granite Range, Nevada, USA

Total Area

~400 hectares
(~988.4 acres)


34 full lode claims
30 partial lode claims





Benefits of Nevada

Ranked the 3rd best mining jurisdiction in the world in 2019 by the Fraser Institute, Nevada is ideally suited to supply domestic and Asian markets.

Strong Ethics

Strong ethic toward effective & successful reclamation (restoring land that has been mined to a natural / economically usable state)


Largest mining program in the US with 49% of the Bureau of Land Management’s active mining claims


Mining friendly regulations with a Stable political environment. Producing lithium since 1966 at the Silver Peak Mine