Australia has taken over Chile as the world’s largest lithium producing nation according to data from United States Geological Survey (USGS). West Australia produced 18,700 tonnes of lithium in 2017, thanks mainly to Western Australia-based mines — Galaxy Resources’ Mt Cattlin and Mt Marion, coming on stream. During the same period...
US Lithium miners are pushing to boost up their stocks to reduce their reliance on China. Once the world leader in Lithium production in the 1990’s , the United States has fallen away to a mere 2% of Global Production. Global demand is expected to jump 400%...
That’s what some are calling West Australian Lithium. The silvery white commodity that is so abundant in Western Australia has never been so popular with investors.   Why the excitement? Well that can be attributed to the global push for “green energy and renewables”. The growth in demand for electric vehicles and...
That's according to West Australian Premier Mark McGowan. WA produces one-third of the world’s lithium supply but the state is expanding that share dramatically, with more than $2 billion worth of Lithium projects in various stages of completion. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan says he is excited about the opportunities the...
It seems even Kaolin (an industrial clay) is enjoying being apart of the Western Australian Lithium rush. Thanks to a sustained growth in Lithium-Ion batteries. High Purity Alumina (HPA) recently joined lithium, cobalt, nickel and copper as a key input to lithium-ion batteries The main application for HPA is to act...
What happened this week in the world of Lithium? Well quite allot. Below is the Lithium Week In Review post.   Lithium Australia announces very high Lithium find on Eichigt project - Lithium WA Adrian Griffin, Managing Director of Lithium Australia was in New York for the 121 Mining Conference. He announced the...