EnerSpar Corp. (“EnerSpar” or “the Company”) was founded in Alberta in 2011 as a Capital Pool Corporation named Walmer Capital Corp. and changed its name to its present style simultaneously with completing its Qualifying Transaction on March 30, 2017 under Policy 2.4 of the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture Exchange.


The Company intends to concentrate on Feldspar and similar industrial minerals, especially those that share Feldspar’s prime characteristic of being silica based. Typically such resources are found in substantial volumes at or near surface and their extraction is more like excavating a gravel pit than it is like conventional shaft or underground mining.


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Enerspar Announces Frankfurt Listing and Completion of Summer Work Program - Preparing for Fall Drilling


EnerSpar Corp. has been approved to trade on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the symbol 5E0. The principal market maker in the shares of the company is Bankhaus Scheich Wertpapierspezialist AG.


The company is also pleased to announce that IOS Services Geoscientifiques Inc. of Saguenay, Quebec, has been retained to undertake the first-year work program recommended in the National Instrument 43-101 technical report on the company's Johan Beetz feldspar project on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River and have completed the first phase of the program. The work consisted of a detailed mapping of the property with special reference to the sites of past production, plus magnetometric and spectrometric surveys. The program will provide a comprehensive understanding of the multiple mineralized zones and aims to provide a detailed distribution of sodic and potassic pegmatites along with contaminant repartition.


A total of 125 channel samples were collected with the use of a rock saw and are currently being processed for feldspar staining, modal counting and whole rock analysis. Reports and survey results should be available shortly and will be used to plan the fall definition drilling program.


The full NI 43-101 technical report is available on SEDAR.


Chief executive officer Jay Richardson commented: "We are very pleased that we have been able to mobilize a first-class team of geologists experienced in industrial minerals and their extraction, in less than four months after our acquisition of the property. Their work in this initial program will provide guidance for an initial drilling program later this year and has provided initial samples to commence the appropriate metallurgical research.


About EnerSpar Corp.


EnerSpar is a TSX Venture Exchange Tier II listed exploration company focused on industrial minerals oriented to today's and future energy requirements. Potassic feldspars are especially significant as a hardening agent in today's solar panels and tomorrow's solar shingles.






Jay Richardson, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Contact: jay.richardson@sympatico.ca
Toronto Office: 416-410-JAYR [5297].

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