One World Lithium Inc (CSE:OWLI) (OTCMKTS:OWRDF) shares soared on Wednesday after the company announced it was moving a drill rig to the Salar del Diablo Project in Mexico.
Shares of One World Lithium jumped 8% to US$0.13 in New York and 6.3% to C$0.17 in Toronto by Wednesday midday.
According to the company, Layne de Mexico is moving a truck-mounted reverse circulation drill rig, drill pipe, compressors and other equipment from its Hermosillo yard to the Salar Del Diablo Project, over three days.
The 12-hole, 4,250 meter drilling program will test three geophysical zones covering more than 54 square kilometers, a large geochemical anomaly that covers 150 square kilometers, and geological structures.
The exploration company, which is focused on lithium in brine projects, currently has a a 60% property interest with an option to acquire a further 30% property interest for a total of a 90% working interest in the 75,400-hectare Salar del Diablo lithium brine project, which is located in the State of California Baja Norte, Mexico.
According to the company, its affiliate filed its drill permit application on March 5, 2019 and may take 20 or more business days for approval.
The company also announced it has engaged investor relations firm, Kaye Wynn Consulting, which has success in both the Canadian and US stock markets.
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