2019 Press Releases

Saint Jean Carbon Ready to Supply Anode and Cathode Complete Chemistry
February 20th, 2019, Oakville, Ontario, Canada – Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (“Saint Jean” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SJL) (OTCQB: TORVF) is pleased to announce the Company is ready to supply small production runs of complete anode and cathode chemistry, for high capacity and performance lithium-ion battery manufacturers. The opportunity to provide the blended raw materials, and a finished product, is due to customer enquiries and a shortage of materials for these smaller, specialized manufacturers.
 
Saint Jean Carbon and Curtiss Motorcycles Continue Positive Momentum 
February 13th, 2019, Oakville, Ontario, Canada – Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (“Saint Jean” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SJL) (OTCQB: TORVF is pleased to announce that the Curtiss Motorcycles (“Curtis”) (OTC: CMOT) collaboration announced on November 9th 2018 is on-track and continues to move full steam ahead.
 
Saint Jean Carbon Building Graphene Gel Salt Water Batteries
January 23rd, 2019, Oakville, Ontario, Canada – Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (“Saint Jean” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SJL) (OTCQB: TORVF) is pleased to announce the company is applying years of technology knowhow to a new form of battery technology. The Company will start building the first prototype graphene gel salt water batteries. Batteries based on this technology should charge faster, run longer and theoretically may last indefinitely. The projects long term goal is to have a series of three full production batteries ready for launch in spring 2020.
 
January 31st, 2019, Oakville, Ontario, Canada – Saint Jean Carbon Inc. (“Saint Jean” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: SJL) (OTCQB: TORVF) is pleased to announce the Company will expand the mill to allow for processing of a wide variety of raw materials used in lithium ion batteries, to meet demand of specialty raw material supply for tier two and smaller battery manufacturers. Material such as; Graphite, Cobalt, Manganese, Lithium, Aluminum, Nickel, etc. The expansion will be will be broken in to two phases 1) additional equipment to meet immediate demand and 2) further processing for other material that the Company expects may have demand in the coming year.