"July 8th, 2009
TNR Gold Featured in Resource World June-July 2009, Midas Newsletter, & The Wall Street Transcript
Vancouver B.C.: TNR Gold Corp. ("TNR" or the "Company") is pleased to announce Resource World has featured TNR’s Mariana property in its latest cover story on Potash. In June 2009, TNR’s Fish Valley Lake lithium brine project was also featured in Resource World’s June 2009 feature on lithium. Resource World is a monthly independent magazine reporting on the business of mining, oil & gas, alternative energy, and all the events that affect these sectors. A copy of the article can be downloaded hereJune – Lithium Feature can be downloaded here:
July – Potash Feature can be downloaded here:
The Fish Lake Valley property, covered in June 2009 Lithium article from Resource World, is approximately 25 miles from Clayton Valley, which contains the only lithium producer in the United States and the only lithium brine producer in North America. Clayton Valley has been in production since 1967. Drilling and surface brine sampling were done by USGS (US Geological Survey) and is available on TNR website. We believe that there are significant geological similarities between Clayton Valley and Fish Lake Valley and that these contribute to a trap in which lithium brine may have accumulated.
The Mariana property, featured in July 2009 Resource World, is a large 120 squared kilometre claim covering the entire salar (salt lake) in Salta, Argentina. Historical sampling reported significant lithium, boron, and potash levels in brines and sediments within the main body of the salar. Four of seven water samples collected in the shallow subsurface over approximately 3 km returned values from 188 to 283 mg/L lithium, and 423 to 698 mg/L boron. This confirms that there are some brines present with concentrations similar to those found at producing salares in North and South America.
TNR is also pleased to announce it is featured in The Wall Street Transcript’s Alternative Energy and July 2009 edition. The Wall Street Transcript is a completely unique resource for investors and business researchers. Thousands of in-depth interviews with CEOs, Industry Analysts and Professional Money Managers going back 10 years. Section of the Article can be seen here:
Lastly, Midas Letter by James West has picked up on TNR’s International Lithium spinoff story. Midas Letter is a 100% independent, unbiased publication from which James West gains income and thus aligns the investment advice for his subscribers. Coverage here:
ABOUT TNR GOLD CORP.TNR is a diversified metals exploration company focused on identifying and exploring existing properties in Argentina and Alaska and new prospective projects globally. Upon approval of pending licences in Ireland, TNR will have a total portfolio of 32 properties, of which 16 will be included in the proposed spin-off of International Lithium Corp.It is anticipated that TNR shareholders of record will receive one share and one full tradable warrant of International Lithium Corp. for every 4 shares of TNR held as of the yet determined record date. This will result in TNR shareholders owning shares in both TNR and International Lithium. For further details of the spin-off please refer to TNR's April 27, 2009 news release or visit http://www.internationallithium.com/
The recent acquisition of lithium projects in Argentina, Canada, USA and Ireland confirms the Company's commitment to project generation, market diversity and building shareholder value.
On behalf of the Board,TNR Gold Corp.
Gary Schellenberg Chairman and CEO
The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. Statements in this press release other than purely historical information, historical estimates should not be relied upon, including statements relating to the Company’s future plans and objectives or expected results, are forward-looking statements. News release contains certain "Forward-Looking Statements" within the meaning of Section 21E of the United States Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. Forward-looking statements are based on numerous assumptions and are subject to all of the risks and uncertainties inherent in the Company’s business, including risks inherent in resource exploration and development. As a result, actual results may vary materially from those described in the forward-looking statements."