VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Global Li-Ion Graphite Corp. received approval on its plan of operations filed with U.S. Department of Agriculture and U.S. Forest Service to commence work on its Chedic Graphite Project in Carson City, according to a Dec. 8 press release.

The exploration and development company plans to commence work immediately including confirmation and exploration drilling.

Global Li-Ion Graphite is focused on the acquisition and development of Graphite projects with an intent to supply the energy storage industry.

The Chedic Graphite Project consists of 50 unpatented mining claims totaling approximately 1,000 acres. The claims generally cover a mountain valley and crest on the Carson Range immediately west of Eagle Valley.

The property in is in the Voltaire mining district, encompassing several small tungsten, silver and gold deposits found in the 1870s and 1880s and is related to intrusion of the Cretaceous granites.