Vancouver, B.C., Canada – November 26, 2019 – Mag One Products Inc. (the “Company” or “MOPI”)  is pleased to announce that the Company has signed a letter of intent dated November 25, 2019 with Blue Lagoon Resources Inc. (“BLR”) pursuant to which BLR may acquire up to a 70% equity joint venture ownership interest in Mag One Operations (“Mag One Ops”) by purchasing up to $5.25 million of shares of Mag One Ops (the “Transaction”).

Mag One Ops, a private company existing under the laws of Quebec, is a wholly owned subsidiary of MOPI a company trading on the CSE under the symbol “MDD”.  Mag One Ops has an exclusive license with Tech Magnesium and is currently testing its proprietary process for the production of pure magnesium metal (99.9% Mg) from tailings.  The proceeds from the sale of the Mag One Ops Shares to the Company would allow Mag One Ops to rapidly complete this phase of test work and move towards larger scale pilot plant demonstration testing.  Mag One Ops has already done extensive pilot scale testing of its patent pending high purity magnesium oxide (MgO) and amorphous silica (SiO2) process from these tailings and will use these funds to complete this work and begin engineering efforts towards a commercial scale demonstration facility. 

The proceeds would also be used to upgrade the historical resource to a current NI 43-101 compliant resource.  The parties have engaged MRB & Associés of Val d’Or Quebec to conduct the technical work and to prepare a NI43-101 technical report.

“Mag One Ops is excited to work with BLR who are prepared to support the Company’s efforts to continue the development of its technology to produce magnesium (Mg) metal and value-added products and by-products” said Gillian Holcroft, MOPI’s President and CEO.   “It is well known that 85% of the global magnesium production comes from China using a process that is highly polluting and not sustainable. Our technology is designed to be cost effective in transforming waste tailings into products without producing any waste and its target is to produce Mg metal in a low cost and environmentally friendly manner” she said.

The LOI provides that Blue Lagoon may purchase up to 50% interest in Mag One Ops by making cash payments to Mag One Ops of $100,000 upon signing of the Definitive Agreement, and $300,000, $750,000, $1.1 million and $1.5 million, within 3, 8, 12 and 19 months from the closing under the Definitive Agreement.  BLR may acquire an additional 20%, subject to MOPI shareholder approval, by making a final payment of $1.5 million within 24 months of closing. The LOI is non-binding other than customary provisions including standstill and confidentiality provisions.  Closing of the Transaction is subject to various conditions, including completion of technical and other due diligence investigations, an independent valuation report, entering into a definitive agreement, receipt of all necessary corporate and regulatory approvals, and compliance with stock exchange requirements. The Transaction was negotiated at arm’s length and no finder’s fee is payable.  

On behalf of the Board, “Gillian Holcroft”, President & CEO.

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About Mag One

Mag One is a technology, processing & production company. Using its game-changing technology, Mag One aims to be the most environmentally friendly & sustainable producer of magnesium (Mg) metal, ultrapure Mg compounds, by-products and vertically integrated co-products.  For further information or questions respecting the Company kindly contact the Company via email at:  Additional information can be found on the Company’s website at or by viewing the Company’s filings at

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