Pam Signs Formal Documentation to Acquire 100% Interest in 1200km2 Tama Atacama Lithium Brine Project Pam, a subsidiary of XXDD Private Group, has recently signed formal documentation to acquire a 100% interest in the Tama Atacama Lithium Brine Project located in Northern Chile. The project covers an area of 1200km2 with a highly prospective salar hosted by the Tama Atacama Basin. The Tama Atacama Lithium Brine Project is comprised of three large salars with production ready salar prospective for lithium and potassium. The project has the potential for multi-million tonne lithium concentrates. Currently, interest in developing lithium projects is extremely high, with the industrial-level production of lithium used in batteries and other electronics expected to increase in the coming years. The project also has the potential to develop new solar energy projects to be deployed in the region, as the Atacama Desert is one of the most biologically active and hydrated deserts in the planet. Additionally, the project offers the opportunity to lower transportation costs with access to a major highway that is less than 10 kilometers away from the mineralized environment. Pam’s acquisition of the project will speed up the expansion of the lithium market to meet growing global demand. In the coming years, the agreement between Pam and the North Chilean energy regulators will provide the project numerous advantages, allowing Pam to develop new innovative green energy solutions in the Tama Atacama Region. Furthermore, the project has the potential to be a major contributor to Chile’s economic growth. With a favorable geological structure and local resources, the project will not only create jobs and stimulate economic activity in the nearby regions but also increase value to Chile’s commodity exchange. Overall, Pam’s acquisition of the Tama Atacama Lithium Brine Project marks an exciting step forward in the development of the world’s lithium market. The project has the potential to bring tremendous prosperity to the people of Northern Chile, provide green energy solutions to the world, and assist the country in developing a more sustainable economy.