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Graphite One Resources Inc., a mineral exploration company, engages in the identification, acquisition, and exploration of mineral properties. The company primarily explores for graphite deposits. It owns an option to earn 100% interest in the Graphite Creek Property that consists of 72 claims covering 3,108 hectares and is located to the north of Nome on the Seward Peninsula of Alaska. The company was formerly known as Cedar Mountain Exploration Inc. and changed its name to Graphite One Resources Inc. in March 2012. Graphite One Resources Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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Graphite One Resources Completes 2014 Field Program

Graphite One Resources Inc. announced it has completed its 2014 field program. In total, twenty-two diamond drill holes were completed amounting to 2,296.6 meters. Drill holes were typically spaced about 50 meters apart horizontally along the strike of the mineralized beds, with two or more holes drilled on 11 sections through the mineralization. The 2014 drill program was designed to infill between previous drill holes utilized in the 2014 inferred resource to increase the confidence in the continuity and distribution of the graphite mineralization. All drill holes will be logged and sampled from top to bottom. All drill holes were noted as having visible graphite mineralization. The results of the 2014 drilling will be used to produce an update to the resource estimate for Graphite Creek, and to refine the existing inferred resource of 284.71 Mt of 4.5% graphite including 37.68 Mt at 9.2% graphite and 8.63 Mt at 12.8% graphite. The deposit still remains open along strike both east and west and at depth. Graphite One has its own core logging and sample preparation facility in Nome, Alaska. The sample preparation laboratory is managed by Activation Laboratories (Actlabs), Ancaster, Ontario. Graphite One maintains the high level of Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) and the prep lab ensures timely receipt of analytical results while reducing shipping costs for the drill program samples. In addition to the twenty resource estimation drill holes, two drill holes were completed to provide core samples of the two principle zones of mineralization for advance metallurgical test work to be completed over the winter. The two holes were drilled into separate areas of the deposit and will be utilized to evaluate the milling parameters of differing styles of mineralization seen at Graphite Creek, as well as to test various potential head grades of graphite mineralization.

Graphite One Resources Inc. Announces Management Changes

Graphite One Resources Inc. announced the appointment of one new director, Patrick Smith who brings with him a rich background in the mineral exploration and mining sector including 17 years in Alaska. The company also announced the appointment of David Hembree to the position of general manager operations. Patrick R. Smith is a senior mining executive with over 35 years of executive management experience in the international mineral exploration and mining industry. Mr. Smith is currently president and CEO of Heatherdale Resources Ltd. Prior to his current role with Heatherdale Resources Ltd., Mr. Smith spent 32 years with Rio Tinto plc. Mr. Hembree has over 35 years of experience in the mineral resource industry including experience in exploration, development and production of both open pit and underground operations. Prior to joining Graphite One, Mr. Hembree held the position of vice president of exploration and qualified person with Kimber Resources Inc., where he was instrumental in the sale of their Monterde gold-silver deposit in Mexico.

Graphite One Resources Inc. Announces Drilling and Work Programs at Graphite Creek

Graphite One Resources Inc. announce the commencement of exploration on its 100% owned Graphite Creek Deposit located near Nome, Alaska, USA. This new and expanded inferred resource based on 2012 and 2013 drilling by Graphite One and comprises 284.71Mt at 4.5% Cg (including 37.68Mt at 9.2% Cg and 8.63Mt at 12.9% Cg); The resource area (4.8km) only represents drilling along 27% of an 18km long electro-magnetic conductor, high-grade graphite mineralization is at surface and extends from surface to depths of over 200m. The 2013 drilling program further confirmed excellent continuity of near surface, high grade graphite within a simple and accessible geological setting and doubled the strike length of current mineralization at the Graphite Creek Deposit to 4.8 km's; the Deposit remains open along strike to both the east and west, and down dip. Every hole continues to be mineralized from top to bottom; beneficiation tests conducted at SGS Canada Inc. ("Lakefield") on samples from Graphite Creek using a leaching process yielded results exceeding 99.99% Carbon from a rough concentrate produced from floatation which had an initial 92% C head grade. The exploration /drill Program will consist of: Infill drill at approximately 50 meter spaced centers, with the goal being to convert a portion of the National Instrument 43-101 compliant inferred resource (NI 43-101) of 284.71 Million Tonnes at 4.5% Graphite to either indicated and/or measured categories. Integration of this data will add significant value as work towards a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) over the upcoming months; collect mini-bulk samples from both surface and existing drill core. This will be used to continue to develop and implement bench scale metallurgical testing. Spherical graphite is used to make the anodes in lithium-ion batteries and is manufactured from the flake concentrate produced by graphite mining operations. Natural graphite produced from mining typically has recoveries from 70 to plus 90% graphitic carbon, whereas synthetic graphite is usually greater than 99%. With initial tests from Graphite Creek concentrates being above 99% graphite, the company hopes to be positioned to compete in the $13-billion (1.5 million tonnes annually) synthetic market.


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