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Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

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    Lithium Australia NL to work with Pilbara Minerals Ltd to develop Sileach™
    Tuesday, June 28, 2016 by Proactive Investors

    Lithium Australia NL to work with Pilbara Minerals Ltd to develop Sileach™

    Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) will progress the development of its 100% owned Sileach™ processing technology through an agreement with Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX:PLS).

    The Sileach™ extraction process is designed to recover lithium from silicates without the expensive roasting step.

    Subject to the success of pilot testing of concentrates sourced from Pilbara’s Pilgangoora lithium project, the parties have agreed to establish the Sileach Joint Venture (SJV).

    The SJV will aim to commercialise the Sileach™ process and investigate the viability of jointly developing a lithium conversion facility.

    Adrian Griffin, managing director, commented: “The agreement with Pilbara Minerals is a very important step towards Lithium Australia’s goal of becoming a lowest cost quartile lithium carbonate producer.

    "Successfully combining Pilbara’s Pilgangoora spodumene concentrates with the low-energy Sileach™ process has the potential to add enormous value to both parties and may allow the SJV to deal directly with the lithium chemical consumers, including the battery manufacturers.

    Transaction details

    Testing will take place at the ANSTO Minerals facility in New South Wales after which the SJV partners may then elect to proceed with construction of a larger-scale pilot plant, for which Port Hedland is currently the preferred location.

    Obligations of the parties as per the agreement are as follows:

    Initial pilot tests at ANSTO Minerals
    - LIT will cover the capital cost of pilot testing;
    - PLS will supply the required spodumene concentrates for testing; and
    - Operating costs for the tests will be split 50/50.

    Large-scale pilot testing
    - Plant designed to produce commercial lithium carbonate and recover by-products;
    - LIT to cover capital cost of the plant;
    - PLS to provide the spodumene concentrates; and
    - Costs to be recovered as follows: Firstly recovering capital costs; Secondly recovering operating costs; and Thirdly, paying PLS cost price for the spodumene concentrate

    Definitive Feasibility Study
    Data generated from operating the large-scale pilot plant will be used for feasibility investigations into the construction of a full-scale commercial Sileach™ processing plant.

    Commercial Sileach™ processing plant
    In the event of a positive outcome of the definitive feasibility study, the SJV will advance to commercial production, including finance and construction, on a 50/50 basis.

    Analysis

    The successful development of a commercial process to recover lithium from spodumene would place Lithium Australia at the leading edge of the lithium industry.

    This agreement with Pilbara provides an opportunity for the development of this process.

    Hard rock lithium mining costs are high at around $4,000 per lithium carbonate equivalent tonne.

    Lithium Australia wants to remove the energy cost from hard rock operations using its technology to take the mining cost to below $2,000 per lithium equivalent tonne.

    This joint venture aims to be in the lowest cost quartile for lithium carbonate production.

    Lithium Australia's share price is up 190% over the past 12 months currently trading at $0.245 per share.

    The company is positioned well within a strong lithium market, developing both, processing technology that is potentially applicable on a global scale, and growing a portfolio of lithium projects.

    Lithium Australia now has a variety of lithium related alliances and joint ventures, which means technical resources are pooled and exploration costs are shared.

    Lithium Australia NL to work with Pilbara Minerals Ltd to develop Sileach

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    Yo sigo con todas incluidas las regaladas de lithium Australia. No veo motivos para deshacer posiciones, todas las noticias son positivas y sigue la demanda y subida de precios del litio.
    Galaxy, Neometals, Metalicity son las que más plusvalías llevo.
    Tienen pinta de seguir alcistas todo el año. Con las nuevas noticias de la fábrica de baterías de Tesla , el precio del litio dará nuevo tirón.

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    LIT
    Lo que yo quiero saber es si esas acciones que te regalaron te están cotizando, porque a mi no me cotizan están ahi paradas desde el primer dia. Me aparecen aparte de las que tengo y ahi están quietas.A ver si es un fallo de mi broker, porque es como si no las tuviera, ni se mueven.

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    Lithium Australia Doubles Footprint In Western Australia’s Prospective Greenbushes Area
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    Matthew Spizziri • July 6, 2016
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    Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) announced the expansion Greenbushes interests.

    As quoted in the press release:

    HIGHLIGHTS

    Lithium Australia expands holding adjacent to the world’s largest lithium mine
    Granted tenure abuts the producing Talison Lithium
    The exploration licence granted in April 2016 is augmented by a further 3 licences
    Licences granted in July 2016 now
    Greenbushes hosts the world’s largest lithium mine which currently produces about 40% of global lithium supply from pegmatites, mined approximately 200km south of Perth, in Western Australia. The area hosts abundant pegmatites the emplacement of which appears to be structurally controlled. A number of major structural features occur within the area, including the Donnybrook – Bridgetown Shear within which the Greenbushes pegmatite is located. Numerous subsidiary structures have been identified in the area, some of which are also associated with the emplacement of pegmatites.

    Initial phases of exploration (already commenced) will employ non-invasive technologies to model the chemical evolution of the intrusive rocks forming part of the pegmatite complex. Lithium Australia is a leader in the development and implementation of such technologies, which have been very effective in detecting lithium pegmatites below cover within other Lithium Australia projects. The geochemical profiles will also help delineate the more prospective structural trends for further examination.

    Lithium Australia Managing Director, Adrian Griffin, stated:

    The grant of the three new licences will enable Lithium Australia to gain a much more complete picture of the geological systems that have created the world’s largest known lithium pegmatite. The potential of the area is outstanding and we will use our experience to evaluate that potential in an effort to unlock the latent value of the area.

    Connect with Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) to receive an Investor Presentation.

    http://investingnews.com/daily/resource-investing/energy-investing/lithium-investing/lithium-australia-doubles-footprint-in-western-australias-prospective-greenbushes-area/

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    Lithium Australia NL expands lithium footprint in Western Australia
    Monday, July 11, 2016 by Proactive Investors

    Lithium Australia NL expands lithium footprint in Western Australia
    Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) through its Goldfields Lithium Alliance (GLiA) has acquired rights to over 81 square kilometres in the Widgiemooltha pegmatite field, Western Australia.

    The area is located 25 kilometres south of the globally significant Mount Marion Lithium Project owned by Neometals Ltd (ASX:NMT) which hosts 60.5 million tonnes at 1.36% lithium.

    Early investigations of the area confirm an exposed pegmatite extending for 1.8 kilometres.

    The GLiA is between Lithium Australia and Cazaly Resources Ltd (ASX:CAZ) and includes the historical Lepidolite Hill lithium mine.

    Further fieldwork will be conducted with a plan to drill as soon as possible.

    Adrian Griffin, managing director, commented:

    “This acquisition further cements the partnership with Cazaly as it brings complementary expertise to our efforts in the Goldfields enabling greater penetration into the opportunities offered by the region.”

    GLiA

    Lithium Australia teamed up 50/50 with Cazaly to form the GLiA in May 2016.

    The GLiA combines the two company's present, and future lithium mineral interests within a 100 kilometre radius of Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, for an initial period of 5 years.

    The alliance enhances the technical and land management resources available to advance lithium projects within the Goldfields region.

    The GLiA is the third alliance Lithium Australia has formed in Western Australia and highlights the value of the company's unique lithium extraction technology, Sileach™, which can extract lithium from any silicates without roasting.

    Sileach™

    Sileach™ is a market leading metal extraction technology owned by Lithium Australia.

    The Sileach™ process is designed to recover lithium from silicates without the expensive roasting step that has long been the main stay of the lithium recovery process.

    Testing on the Sileach™ process is continuing at ANSTO Minerals, which is in its final stages ahead of initial pilot testing.

    Initial pilot testing will take place at the ANSTO Minerals facility in New South Wales after which a decision is to be made to proceed with construction of a larger-scale pilot plant, for which Port Hedland is currently the preferred location.

    Analysis

    This recent acquisition is evidence of the benefits Lithium Australia receives from being a part of the GLiA.

    The Widgiemooltha pegmatite field contains unexplored pegmatites in a region known to host significant lithium resources as evidenced at the nearby Mount Marion development.

    The infrastructure within the Kalgoorlie mining region will be a significant advantage to any potential development opportunities.

    Further field work is to commence imminently with a view towards defining the true extent and prospectively of the pegmatites.

    Lithium Australia is positioned well within a strong lithium market, developing both, processing technology that is potentially applicable on a global scale, and growing a portfolio of lithium projects.

    The upcoming initial pilot test work with Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX:PLS) aims to commercialise the Sileach™ process.

    Lithium Australia is trading up 75% year to date, currently trading at $0.295.

    Proactive Investors Australia is the market leader in producing news, articles and research reports on ASX emerging companies with distribution in Australia, UK, North America and Hong Kong / China.

    http://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/companies/news/69726/lithium-australia-nl-expands-lithium-footprint-in-western-australia-69726.html

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