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Nemaska Lithium Whabouchi Feasibility Study Shows NPV of $924M and IRR of 25.2%

QUEBEC CITY, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 05/13/14 -- Nemaska Lithium Inc. ("Nemaska" or the "Corporation") (TSX VENTURE: NMX)(OTCQX: NMKEF) announces the results of a positive Feasibility Study on the Whabouchi Mine and Concentrator to be located in the lower James Bay Region of Quebec and the Hydromet Plant to be located in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec.

The Feasibility Study encompasses a combined open pit and underground mine plan and was prepared by Met-Chem Canada Inc. (Met-Chem) with contributions from Michel Bilodeau, Eng., M. Sc. (App.), Ph.D. for the cash flow model. Additional technical elements of the study have been authored by Mr. Warren Wolfs of Noram Engineering & Construction Ltd., Dr Peter G. Symons, Manager R&D of Electrosynthesis Company Inc., Mr. Gary Pearse, M.Sc., P. Eng. of Equapolar Research and Simon Thibault, M.Sc. bio. of the Roche Group. A Mineral Reserve has been declared by Met-Chem based on an updated Mineral Resource estimate completed by Jean-Philippe Paiement, M.Sc. P.Geo., of SGS Canada Inc. - Geostat ("SGS Geostat") on January 28, 2014 of the Mineral Resource estimate prepared by Andre Laferriere, M.Sc. P.Geo., of SGS Geostat with an effective date of June 6, 2011. Nemaska will host a conference call on the Feasibility Study on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 10 am Eastern Standard Time. Conference call details are found at the end of this press release.

The Feasibility Study positively compares to the Preliminary Economic Assessment filed on Sedar on November 16, 2012 on a number of fronts:


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                        Feasibility Study Highlights
          (All calculations assume a 6% Li2O spodumene concentrate)
     (All figures are quoted in Canadian Dollars (C$), unless otherwise
                                  specified)
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                                 Feasibility Study   PEA (November 16, 2012)
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Expected Mine Life                        26 years                  18 years
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Life of Mine Revenue                  $6.9 Billion              $4.1 Billion
                          (average of $267M/yr for  (average of $228M/yr for
                                            26 yr)                    18 yr)
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Pre-Tax Net Cash Flow                $3.4 Billion              $1.8 Billion
                              (average of $151M/yr      (average of $123M/yr
                             before initial CAPEX)     before initial CAPEX)
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Pre-Tax NPV 8% Discount
 (base case)                          $924 Million              $567 Million
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Pre-Tax Internal Rate of
 Return (IRR)                                25.2%                     23.3%
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Total Initial Capital        $448 Million in CAPEX     $389 Million in CAPEX
 Costs                              $52 Million in            $50 Million in
                                       Contingency               Contingency
                            $21 Million in Working    $15 Million in Working
                                           Capital                   Capital
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Pay Back of Capital
 Costs                                   3.7 years                 3.8 years
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Selling Price Lithium              US $8,000/t FOB           US $8,000/t FOB
 Hydroxide                             Valleyfield               Valleyfield
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Selling Price Lithium              US $5,000/t FOB           US $6,500/t FOB
 Carbonate                             Valleyfield               Valleyfield
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Average Cost Per Tonne
 Spodumene Concentrate   $189/t FOB Whabouchi Mine $203/t FOB Whabouchi Mine
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Average Cost Per Tonne     $3,450/t (US $ 3,105/t)  $3,400/t (US $ 3,400/t)
 Lithium Hydroxide                 FOB Valleyfield           FOB Valleyfield
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Average Cost Per Tonne     $4,190/t (US $ 3,771/t)  $3,500/t (US $ 3,500/t)
 Lithium Carbonate                 FOB Valleyfield           FOB Valleyfield
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Life of Mine Production         5.5 million tonnes        3.8 million tonnes
                             spodumene concentrate     spodumene concentrate
                            converted into Approx.    converted into Approx.
                            728,000 tonnes battery    366,000 tonnes battery
                           grade lithium hydroxide   grade lithium hydroxide
                         and Approx. 85,000 tonnes       and Approx. 177,000
                          of battery grade lithium   tonnes of battery grade
                                        carbonate.        lithium carbonate.
                              (average per year of      (average per year of
                         Approx. 213,000 tonnes of Approx. 213,000 tonnes of
                            concentrate to produce    concentrate to produce
                          Approx. 28,000 tonnes of  Approx. 20,700 tonnes of
                             lithium hydroxide and     lithium hydroxide and
                           Approx. 3,250 tonnes of  Approx. 10,000 tonnes of
                                lithium carbonate)        lithium carbonate)
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Exchange Rate $C to $US                    1 : 0.9                     1 : 1
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"We are very pleased with the significant improvements in the NPV and IRR for this project," commented Guy Bourassa, President and CEO of Nemaska Lithium. "We extended the mine life by 8 years while keeping the CAPEX on the project to within 15% of the figures reported in 2012 when one takes exchange rate changes and inflation into consideration. We were able to achieve this while significantly reducing the overall footprint of the project and reducing the environmental impact of the mine site."

Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves

The Mineral Resources were estimated by Jean-Philippe Paiement, M.Sc. P.Geo., of SGS Geostat with an effective date of January 22, 2014, updating the past Mineral Resource estimate prepared by Andre Laferriere, M.Sc. P.Geo., of SGS Geostat with an effective date of June 6, 2011. The Mineral Resources were estimated based on the following geological and resources block modeling parameters which are based on the Memorandum received from SGS Geostat, dated January 22, 2014:


--  Mineral resources were evaluated from the diamond drill holes and
    channels analytical results completed by Nemaska since 2009. Historical
    drill holes and channels were not used for the current mineral resources
    estimate. A total of 479 drill holes/channels and 9,358 assays were used
    for the mineral resources model.
--  The mineral resources 3-D modeling of mineralized pegmatite dyke was
    conducted using a minimal modeling grade of 0.50% Li2O over a 2m
    horizontal thickness.
--  The interpolation was conducted using composited assays of 2m in length.
    The Mineral Resources were modeled and estimated using Genesis©
    software.
--  Block Model Interpolation was done using Ordinary Kriging. The block
    model was defined by a block size of 5m long by 3m wide by 5m thick and
    covers a strike length of 1,315 m to a maximal depth of 520 m below
    surface.
--  The In-pit Mineral Resources were limited inside an optimized pit shell.
    The interpolated blocks of the model located below the optimised pit
    shell are not included in the updated Mineral Resources. The In-pit
    Mineral Resources reach 320 m below surface (maximum depth of optimised
    pit).
--  The cut-off grade of the reported Mineral Resources is 0.43% Li2O.

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                In-Pit Mineral Resources - Whabouchi Project
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Resource Category                           Tonnage (t)(i)    Li2O Grade (%)
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Measured                                        12,998,000              1.60
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Indicated                                       14,993,000              1.54
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Measured + Indicated                            27,991,000              1.57
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Inferred                                         4,686,000              1.51
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(i)Note: The mineral resources estimate has been calculated using the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Definitions Standards for mineral resources in concordance with National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. Mineral resources which are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. Inferred mineral resources are exclusive of the Measured and Indicated resources.

Bulk density of 2.70 t/m3 is used. Effective date January 22, 2014. (i) Rounded to the nearest thousand.

The Mineral Reserve estimate was prepared by Met-Chem, using the updated Mineral Resource block model. The Mineral Reserves are included in the Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources that have been identified as being economically extractable and which incorporate mining losses and the addition of waste dilution.


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                    Mineral Reserves - Whabouchi Project
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Reserve Category                              Tonnage (Mt)    Li2O Grade (%)
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                                  Open Pit
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Proven                                                11.7              1.58
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Probable                                               8.3              1.46
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Proven and probable                                   20.0              1.53
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                                 Underground
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Proven                                                 1.6              1.27
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Probable                                               5.7              1.29
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Proven and probable                                    7.3              1.28
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Reserves categories are compliant with Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) Definitions Standards for mineral resources in concordance with National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. The cut-off grade for the open pit Mineral Reserves Li2O greater than or equal to 0.43% and the cut-off grade for the underground Mineral Reserves is Li2O greater than or equal to 0.80%. The effective date of the Mineral Reserves estimate is May 13, 2014. (i) Rounded to the nearest thousand.

Mine and Hydromet Plant Plan

The Feasibility Study outlines a combined open pit and underground mine. The open pit mine Proven and Probable Reserves are 20 million tonnes at 1.53% Li2O. The underground mine Proven and Probable Reserves are 7.3 million tonnes at 1.28% Li2O.

During the first 20 years, production will be derived from an open-pit developed to a maximum depth of 190 meters and with an average strip ratio of 2.2 to 1. The open pit will be mined using a standard fleet of off-road mining trucks and hydraulic excavators at a rate of 2,740 tonnes of ore per day.

During the last 6 years, production will be derived from an underground operation at 3,342 tonnes per day and accessed via a ramp within the open pit. The underground development will reach an average depth of 90 metres below the pit bottom. The selected underground mining method is longhole stoping with the crown pillar below the pit recovered at the end of the mine life.

A formal production decision is expected to be made following, among other things, the receipt of Certificates of Authorization from the relevant Quebec and Federal Government regulatory authorities. The project development schedule assumes that the General Certificate of Authorization for the project will be granted on or before March 31, 2015 and that concurrently the Project financing will have been completed. On site, power requirements at the mine are expected to average 5 MW during operations and will be provided by a 25 kV power line connecting Whabouchi to the nearby Poste Albanel hydro-electric power station.

The hydromet plant will be located in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, QC Perron Industrial and Port Park. This site has been selected for its excellent infrastructure. The Park is serviced by two railway systems for both Canada and the USA, a major port and a pool of skilled workers from the Montreal area. The hydromet plant will be state of the art and will use Nemaska's proprietary process to convert the spodumene concentrate into the purest lithium hydroxide on the market. Proximity to the Hydro-Quebec network, as the plant will use close to 50 MW once in full operation, and access to the natural gas network were also deciding factors.

Bourassa continued, "It is important to review the results of this Feasibility Study on a number of levels. First, the cost of our spodumene concentrate FOB mine site of $189/t compares very favorably to our competitors globally. Second, the physical characteristics of the Whabouchi ore body are homogenous, having low sodium, low potassium and low mica content. These impurities are known to cause issues and add costs during the production of spodumene concentrate and high-purity battery grade lithium carbonate or hydroxide. This is NOT a problem for Nemaska."


Whabouchi Feasibility Study Results and Key Assumptions
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Mining Parameters
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                              Tonnes Processed (Mt)                     27.3
                             Waste Rock &Overburden
                                               (Mt)                     44.3
                              InSitu Grade (% Li2O)                     1.51
                                  Diluted Grade (%)                     1.46
                            Mine Life (LOM) (years)                       26
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Mining Cost Parameters        Pre-Production Cap-ex
                                               ($M)                    $16.2
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                             Hydroelectricity Price
                                             ($/kW) $0.051 - (H-Q, Tariff L)
                                      LOM OPEX ($/t
                                       concentrate)                   $82.85
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Concentrator Cost
 Parameters                              CAPEX ($M)                   $174.4
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                             OPEX ($/t concentrate)                   $62.44
                                      G&A OPEX ($/t
                                       concentrate)                   $37.89
                                 Shipping Cost ($/t
                                       concentrate)                   $50.00
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Hydromet Plant Cost
 parameters                              CAPEX ($M)                   $309.1
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                             OPEX ($/t concentrate)                  $278.73
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Overall Sustaining Capital           LOM CAPEX ($M)                   $140.2
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Revenue Parameters (real
 terms)                          Gross Revenue ($M)
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                           Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH-
                                               H2O)                 $6,473.6
                                  Lithium Carbonate
                                           (Li2CO3)                   $470.1
                              Cash Operating Margin
                                               ($M)                 $4,053.2
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Lithium compounds          Product (US $ Sale price
 Parameters                                    / t)
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                           Lithium Hydroxide (LiOH-
                                               H2O)                US $8,000
                                  Lithium Carbonate
                                           (Li2CO3)                US $5,000

                                      Exchange rate              1 C$=0.9US$
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Schedule Parameters          Effective Date for NPV
                                        Calculation                 May 2014
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                          Construction Mobilization             July 1, 2015
                                Plant Commissioning
                                             Starts         November 1, 2016
                              Commercial Production
                                           Declared           March 31, 2017
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Valuation Parameters            Pre-Tax NPV 8% ($M)                   $924.2
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                                        Pre-Tax IRR                    25.2%
                              After-Tax NPV 8% ($M)                   $580.8
                                      After-Tax IRR                    21.0%

"Our lithium hydroxide cost of $3,450/t (US $3,105/t) is competitive with any supplier of lithium hydroxide today and in the foreseeable future," Mr. Bourassa stated. "Our new flow sheet has been designed to optimize the production of lithium hydroxide, while also producing a high purity lithium carbonate (99.99%) as a by-product at an average cost of $4,190/t (US $3,771/t). Nemaska's market penetration and growth strategy is to become an important supplier of lithium hydroxide by offering the highest quality product at competitive prices, while maintaining healthy margins. In tandem, Nemaska plans to grow its target market through converting lithium carbonate users to lithium hydroxide by offering a superior product (lithium hydroxide)."

Market Analysis

"The lithium battery market is driven largely by demand from the transportation sector, precipitated by air quality and climate change issues," commented Mr. Bourassa. "The U.S. White House recently issued the third U.S. National Climate Assessment update which said evidence of human-made climate change "continues to strengthen" and that "Americans are noticing changes all around them."

The third U.S. National Climate Change Report went on to say that "planning for adaptation (to address and prepare for impacts) and mitigation (to reduce future climate change, for example by cutting emissions) is becoming more widespread, but current implementation efforts are insufficient to avoid increasingly negative social, environmental, and economic consequences."

Mr. Bourassa continued, "The report from the Obama Administration supports our vision of wide spread deployment and adoption of electric vehicles and the lithium-ion batteries that power them." Mr. Bourassa went on to say, "To answer that demand, Tesla Motors recently announced its decision to build a lithium-ion battery Gigafactory. This was a major boost to the lithium-ion battery market and positively impacted the entire downstream supply chain. Like Tesla, Nemaska is on the cutting edge of its industry with ambitious plans to provide the highest purity lithium hydroxide at the lowest cost. Just as Tesla is changing the standard for electric vehicles Nemaska is changing the standard for lithium-ion batteries."

To complete the Feasibility Study, Nemaska commissioned signumBOX Inteligencia de Mercados, an independent market analysis group based in Chile, to produce a Lithium Carbonate and Lithium Hydroxide Market Study. The market study contemplates existing lithium compound suppliers, their planned growth and new suppliers to market as well as anticipated demand forecast into 2025. The study showed that unlike lithium carbonate, the lithium hydroxide market is expected to tighten as growth in demand, driven largely by batteries, will not be satisfied by the increases in current installed capacity.

The study concludes the situation will be aggravated towards the end of the decade when the growth in demand will be greater than the growth in supply. Newcomers to the market, such as Nemaska, will fill this gap in supply and demand. The study also shows the price of lithium hydroxide will increase from US $7,100/t in 2013 to US $8,000/t in 2017 to US $11,100/t by 2025. By contrast, Lithium carbonate prices will range from US $5,700/t in 2013 to US $5,000/t in 2017 to US $8,400/t by 2025.

Lithium hydroxide is emerging as the chemical compound of choice for the growing lithium-ion battery market due to several factors including: a longer life cycle; better power density (last longer between charges) and enhanced safety features (more tolerant to temperature changes, especially high heat).

Conference Call

Nemaska will host a conference call on the Feasibility Study on Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 10 am Eastern Standard Time. To participate in the call, dial 1-877-223-4471 or +1-647-788-4922 internationally. A playback will be made available two hours after completion of the call for 10 days. To access this playback dial 1-800-585-8367 or +1 416-621-4642 with the conference ID code 343 190 37. The conference call will also be available via live webcast for French http://www.gowebcasting.com/5464 and for English: http://www.gowebcasting.com/5465

Qualified Persons

The complete NI 43-101 Technical Report ("Report") being prepared by Met-Chem Canada Inc. ("Met-Chem") and signed by each Qualified Person will be posted on www.sedar.com within 45 days. It will also be made available on Nemaska's website at http://nemaskalithium.com.

The Report will include updated mineral reserve estimates which were prepared respectively for the underground and the open pit by Mr. Daniel Gagnon, Eng. and Mr. Jeffrey Cassoff, Eng. of Met-Chem. Both Mr. Gagnon and Mr. Cassoff are independent Qualified Persons as defined by NI 43-101. The Report will consist of summary results from the Feasibility Study. The Report is being prepared under the direction of Mr. Andre Boilard, Eng. of Met-Chem and will be reviewed and certified by individuals responsible for their respective portions of the Report. Mr. Boilard and all other individuals providing certifications are Independent Qualified Persons as defined by NI 43-101. Among them are, Mr. Jean-Philippe Paiement, M.Sc. P.Geo., of SGS Geostat, Mr. Warren Wolfs of Noram Engineering & Construction Ltd., Dr Peter G. Symons, Manager R&D of Electrosynthesis Company Inc., Mr. Gary Pearse, M.Sc., P. Eng. of Equapolar Research and Mr. Simon Thibault, M. Sc. Bio. of the Roche Group.

About Met-Chem

Met-Chem is an internationally renowned consulting engineering firm established in 1969 to provide all phases of geology, mining, mineral processing and engineering services throughout the world. From its headquarters in Montreal, Met-Chem offers the mining industry professional expertise that covers scoping, pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, basic and detailed engineering, procurement and construction management, training, start-up, commissioning and operations assistance.

About Nemaska

Nemaska intends to become a lithium hydroxide and lithium carbonate producer based in Quebec and has filed patent applications for its proprietary methods to produce these compounds. In tandem, the Corporation is developing one of the richest spodumene lithium hard rock deposit in the world, both in volume and grade. Spodumene concentrate produced at Nemaska's Whabouchi mine and from other global sources will be shipped to the Corporation's lithium compounds processing plant to be built in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield, Quebec. This plant will transform spodumene concentrate into high purity lithium hydroxide and lithium carbonate mainly for the growing lithium battery market.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

The statements herein that are not historical facts are forward-looking statements. These statements address future events and conditions and so involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results could differ from those currently projected. The Corporation does not assume the obligation to update any forward-looking statement.

Contacts:
Mr. Guy Bourassa
President and Chief Executive Officer
418 704-6038
info@nemaskalithium.com

Mrs. Wanda Cutler
Investor Relations
416 303-6460
wanda.cutler@nemaskalithium.com

Mr. Victor Cantore
Investor Relations
514 831-3809
victor.cantore@nemaskalithium.com
www.nemaskalithium.com

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