COMPANY

OVERVIEW

Tactical Resources (CSE: RARE) is an exploration & development company focused on the rare earth elements (REE) that drive the green technologies of the future. Both the Canadian and American governments, alongside recognized industry economists, state that Rare Earth Elements are a critical resource, and establishing sustainable domestic supply is vital to securing North America’s strategic future. The versatility and specificity of REE gives them a level of technological, environmental, and economic importance considerably greater than might be expected from their relative obscurity.

Made up of 17 (15 lanthanides plus scandium and yttrium) nearly indistinguishable lustrous silvery-white soft heavy metals, they are  fundamentally needed in advanced military and vital defense applications, as well as next-gen technologies including high-performance magnets, alloys, glasses, electronics, and low-carbon technologies such as the electric motors of generators in wind turbines as well as hybrid and electric vehicles. The metals are also used diversely in hard disc drives, portable electronics, alloy manufacturing, and the production of fuel cells and nickel-metal hydride batteries as well as the production of LCD and plasma screens, fiber optics, lasers, medical imaging, fertilizers, and in water treatment.

Tactical Resources has assembled a highly motivated team that understands the value and importance of REE. Through a strategy of accelerated planning and execution, the Company aims to seek out and develop prospective assets that meet its key criteria of quality, accessibility, and ability for near term development. Tactical Resources aims to help ensure domestic supply through diligent discovery and recovery of these critical minerals.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REE)

An estimated 1kg of REE is found in typical hybrid vehicles

  • The White House announced plans to review gaps in domestic manufacturing and supply chains that are dominated by, or run through, “nations that are, or are likely to become unfriendly or unstable.”–CNBC

  • China produces 80% of the REE and has a monopoly on the production/supply with stringent control on the amount exported to the rest of the world.

  • Critical supply impacts technology applications due to unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

  • The risks of relying on China were highlighted by Beijing’s move in 2010 to cut off exports of rare earth elements to Japan, prompting a World Trade Organization dispute

  • Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency. This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

Tactical Resources aims to explore and develop North American rare earth resources; enabling technologies to power life-saving products, drive global economic growth, and help shrink the global carbon footprint.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REE)

An estimated 1kg of REE is found in typical hybrid vehicles

  • The White House announced plans to review gaps in domestic manufacturing and supply chains that are dominated by, or run through, “nations that are, or are likely to become unfriendly or unstable.”–CNBC

  • China produces 80% of the REE and has a monopoly on the production/supply with stringent control on the amount exported to the rest of the world.

  • Critical supply impacts technology applications due to unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

  • The risks of relying on China were highlighted by Beijing’s move in 2010 to cut off exports of rare earth elements to Japan, prompting a World Trade Organization dispute

  • Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency. This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

Tactical Resources aims to explore and develop North American rare earth resources; enabling technologies to power life-saving products, drive global economic growth, and help shrink the global carbon footprint.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REE)

An estimated 1kg of REE is found in typical hybrid vehicles

  • The White House announced plans to review gaps in domestic manufacturing and supply chains that are dominated by, or run through, “nations that are, or are likely to become unfriendly or unstable.”–CNBC

  • China produces 80% of the REE and has a monopoly on the production/supply with stringent control on the amount exported to the rest of the world.

  • Critical supply impacts technology applications due to unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

  • The risks of relying on China were highlighted by Beijing’s move in 2010 to cut off exports of rare earth elements to Japan, prompting a World Trade Organization dispute

  • Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency. This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

Tactical Resources aims to explore and develop North American rare earth resources; enabling technologies to power life-saving products, drive global economic growth, and help shrink the global carbon footprint.

RARE EARTH SUPPLY CHAIN

  • Recognizing the long-term vulnerability of an over-reliance on Chinese REEs, then-President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13817, identifying federal government priorities to increase domestic extraction of minerals, refinement processes, supply chain activity, and evaluating new material sources.

  • Later in 2020, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency.

  • This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

  • The United States and China compete across multiple sectors and regions for critical mineral and REE supply. However, Chinese dominance of supplies, exports, and refining capacity remains. In2020, China produced 140,000 tons of REEs, whereas the United States produced just 38,000 tons.

  • Production of rare earth elements and critical minerals, which serve as key components to several clean energy applications such as magnets in wind turbines and batteries in electric and conventional vehicles

    • Important for technology due to their unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

    • An estimated 1kg of REE can be found in a typical hybrid car.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS BACKGROUND​

  • Recognizing the long-term vulnerability of an over-reliance on Chinese REEs, then-President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13817, identifying federal government priorities to increase domestic extraction of minerals, refinement processes, supply chain activity, and evaluating new material sources.

  • Later in 2020, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency.

  • This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

  • The United States and China compete across multiple sectors and regions for critical mineral and REE supply. However, Chinese dominance of supplies, exports, and refining capacity remains. In2020, China produced 140,000 tons of REEs, whereas the United States produced just 38,000 tons.

  • Production of rare earth elements and critical minerals, which serve as key components to several clean energy applications such as magnets in wind turbines and batteries in electric and conventional vehicles

    • Important for technology due to their unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

    • An estimated1kg of REE can be found in a typical hybrid car.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS BACKGROUND​

  • Recognizing the long-term vulnerability of an over-reliance on Chinese REEs, then-President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13817, identifying federal government priorities to increase domestic extraction of minerals, refinement processes, supply chain activity, and evaluating new material sources.

  • Later in 2020, the Trump administration issued Executive Order 13953, declaring reliance on Chinese critical mineral export a national emergency.

  • This also authorized the Defense Production Act to streamline the construction of domestic mines whilst prioritizing the expansion and protection of minerals in secured supply chains.

  • The United States and China compete across multiple sectors and regions for critical mineral and REE supply. However, Chinese dominance of supplies, exports, and refining capacity remains. In2020, China produced 140,000 tons of REEs, whereas the United States produced just 38,000 tons.

  • Production of rare earth elements and critical minerals, which serve as key components to several clean energy applications such as magnets in wind turbines and batteries in electric and conventional vehicles

    • Important for technology due to their unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.

    • An estimated1kg of REE can be found in a typical hybrid car.

RARE EARTH ELEMENTS USES

TEAM

Ranjeet Sundher

Chief Executive Officer & Director

Kuljit (Jeet) Basi

Director

Abhishek Tamot

Director

Matt Chatterton

Director

ADVISORY BOARD

Garry Clark

Advisor

OVERVIEW

The green technologies of the future—electric vehicles, wind turbines, drones, and more—depend on powerful rare earth magnets to turn energy into motion.

Without a consistent and trusted supply, the entire supply chain for critical magnetic materials has shifted to Asia, primarily China.

Today, China dominates the rare earth industry, producing over 80% of global supply.

Ranjeet Sundher

Chief Executive Officer & Director

Mr. Sundher specializes in early-stage project finance and structure. He has raised over $50 million for  companies in which he was a founder / partner. Ranjeet has lived in Asia and North America for the last 20 years and has  25 years of capital markets experience. He has developed and sold several successful private and  public companies in the technology, resource and software space. Mr. Sundher has served a director of several public companies in the mining and technology sectors.

Kuljit (Jeet) Basi

Director

Mr. Basi is an established mining industry professional with  over 15 years of technical leadership experience in global  public mining companies including Newmont, Goldcorp and  Teck Resources. Most recently he held the position of Senior  Advisor, Newmont North America. Previously, Corporate Manager of Processing & Metallurgy  for Goldcorp. Prior to  Goldcorp, served five years at Teck’s Highland Valley  Copper operation. Mr.  Basi holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mining and  Mineral Process Engineering from the University of British Columbia with a Minor in Commerce.

Abhishek Tamot

Director

Mr. Tamot is an experienced financial services professional with vast  knowledge in capital markets. Previously, he worked at a successful asset management  firm with over $19 billion in assets under management and prior to that he worked on the wealth  management team for a top tier Canadian bank. Mr. Tamot holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree  from the Business School of Humber, specializing in eBusiness Marketing.

Matt Chatterton

Director

Mr. Chatterton brings over 18 years of experience in development and execution of complex projects. His  expertise includes project management, facility management, logistics, and supply side processes and  procedures at a number of operations in Canada and internationally. He has  been involved in the public markets for the last three years managing IPO processes and transitioning  businesses to post listing operations. Mr. Chatterton is a Professional Engineer and graduate of  Canada’s Queens University with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Chemistry (2001) and Master’s degree in Chemical Process Engineering (2003).

Garry Clark

Advisor

Mr. Clark is the Executive Director of the Ontario Prospectors Association (OPA). He  has been a Director, Vice President or  President of OPA since its formation in the  early 1990s. Mr Clark currently serves on the  Minister of Mines Mining Act Advisory Committee (Ontario) and the Ontario Geological Survey Advisory Board. He graduated with an HBSc (Geology) from Lakehead University, Thunder Bay. In addition to over 30 years of consulting experience, he held geological positions with a number of  mining companies and has served as a director of public companies.

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