ION Energy: Mongolia’s First Lithium Brine Explorer & Developer

ION Energy
Published on: March 30, 2022
Author: Editor

ION Energy Limited (TSXV: ION; OTCQB: IONGF; FRA: 5YB) is an early-stage lithium brine exploration company in Mongolia. Their team has strong in-country experience and has a successful track record in mining exploration. The company has the largest exploration license ever granted in Mongolia for its Baavhai Uul Project, and its first drilling program was already completed last year. They have also made the exploration plan over 2022.

We invited Ali Haji, CEO of ION Energy to join us for the very first time to share their story. What’s the difference between mining in Mongolia and other places? What work has been done for ION’s lithium projects so far? And what’s planned to advance the projects this year? How does ION Energy compare with its peers on its potential and valuation? Why should investors invest in ION Energy now? Watch today’s CEO interview to learn more about ION Energy.

About ION Energy Ltd.

ION Energy Ltd. is committed to exploring and developing Mongolia’s lithium salars, which includes the Baavhai Uul and Urgakh Naran Project. ION’s flagship, 81,000+ hectare Baavhai Uul lithium brine project, represents the largest and first lithium brine exploration licence awarded in Mongolia. ION Energy is well-poised to be a key player in the clean energy revolution, positioned well to service the world’s increased demand for lithium. Information about the Company is available on its website,, or under its profile on SEDAR at

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