Atlantic Lithium’s Len Kolff gives Proactive’s Elisha Newell the lowdown on the company’s flagship project, the Ewoyaa Lithium Project in Ghana, which is set to be West Africa’s first lithium producing mine and is fully funded to production under an agreement with Piedmont Lithium. Kolff speaks about the key deliverables of the project, the completion of the current drilling program and how all upcoming results will feed into the resource. Also of note is Atlantic Lithium’s impending ASX listing, where the company feels the Australian investor community best understands the stage of the project and hard rock lithium pegmatite stories. Kolff explains the company’s immediate focus on the PFS, the 37,000 metres of drilling currently being done with four rigs on site and consistent results and newsflow from that. Importantly, the PFS will see significantly improved fundamentals from last year’s Scoping Study, which was based on a resource of 21.3 million tonnes. The current resource is 30.1 million tonnes at similar grades, making it significantly larger.