Lithium Exploration Group Announces Completion of Oil Unit Reassembly

PHOENIX, AZ, United States, via ETELIGIS INC., 06/10/2015 – – Lithium Exploration Group Inc. (OTC Pink: LEXG) (PINKSHEETS: LEXG), announced today that reassembly of the oil unit in Spring, TX has been completed. The unit will immediately be shipped to Dallas, TX where it will be stress tested alongside the water unit that is already undergoing internal testing. While the unit is in Dallas it will undergo initial construction that is required before sending it to the field in Alberta. Pictures of the water unit are already up on the company’s website and pictures of the oil unit will be posted over the next few days.

“We are glad that the reassembly has been completed. The unit is being sent to Dallas before it goes into the field because we want to get performance data from it as soon as possible and streamline some of the construction required before sending it to the field,” commented CEO Alex Walsh. “The water unit has been in internal stress testing for 4 weeks now and has produced good results. They have generated the heat increases required to flash evaporate water and are presently tinkering with some of the componentry involved in the process to gather more performance data. None of the data will be released to the public until they have an independent testing firm on site to verify and validate their performance results. It is a very exciting time to be in the water and oil technology business and we look forward to what the future will bring to our company, our partners at SonCav, and our shareholders.”

About Lithium Exploration Group

Lithium Exploration Group is a US-based exploration and development company focused on the acquisition and development potential of lithium brines and other precious metals that demonstrate high probability for near-term production. Currently the company is focused on its Western Canada lithium assets, testing its Ultrasonic Generator Technology and the acquisition of oil and gas related assets in Western Canada. Lithium Exploration Group is a fully reporting company traded on the OTC Markets under the symbol LEXG. Website:

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Shanon Chilson



SOURCE: Lithium Exploration Group Inc.

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