Argentina and its brine salars have caught every investor’s attention, but none of them have explored the pegmatites carrying lithium minerals in the central portion of the country.
Hard rock lithium minerals hosted in pegmatites had been the most common and developed source of lithium for decades around the world. At present, Condor Prospecting has identified regions with thousands of pegmatites that could host this mineralization in Argentina.
The company’s lithium exploration ground is represented by 191,788 has. (1,917.88 km2) in one of the most renowned mineral-producing and industrial provinces in the country.
Historical hard rock lithium quarries that were accidentally discovered are scattered all over the region; thus suggesting the potential for new discoveries at the hand of new state-of-the-art technologies and exploration techniques in locations were quartz and feldspar producers are part of the landscape.