Well-funded and nearing completion of Authier Definitive Feasibility Study

Investor Presentation - Developing an Advanced Stage Lithium Project in Canada
Investor Presentation - Developing an Advanced Stage Lithium Project in Canada
Brisbane, May 22, 2018 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Sayona Mining Ltd (ASX:SYA) (OTCMKTS:DMNXF) provides the Company's latest Investor Presentation titled "Developing an Advanced Stage Lithium Project in Canada".

Sayona - At a Glance

- ASX-listed, lithium exploration and development company

- Primary objective is to develop the Authier Lithium project concentrate sales, targeting first production in early 2020

- Authier second-phase, the downstream project, significantly enhances the project value

- Significant portfolio of lithium exploration properties in Australia and Canada

Sayona Investment Proposition

- Authier is an advanced, de-risked project. DFS underway

- Executing a plan to get into production and generate cash flow -low capital hurdle & competitive operating costs

- Located in a first world countrywith access to world-class, low-cost infrastructure

- Base case pre-tax NPV of A$227 millionand low enterprise value per tonneof resources compared to industry peers

- Opportunity to value-add Authier concentrates and create significant shareholder value -$794m pre-tax NPV

- Board and management team have track record of delivering projects

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About Sayona Mining Ltd

Sayona Mining LtdSayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA) (OTCMKTS:DMNXF) is an Australian, ASX-listed (SYA) company focused on sourcing and developing the raw materials required to construct lithium-ion batteries for use in the rapidly growing new and green technology sectors.

Please visit us as at www.sayonamining.com.au



Paul Crawford
Company Secretary
Phone: +61-7-3369-7058
Email: info@sayonamining.com.au

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