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    #106

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    steri

    LG Chem abrirá en 2018 la mayor fábrica de baterías en Europa

    LG Chem abrirá el próximo año 2018 en Polonia la mayor fábrica de baterías de iones de litio de Europa para coches eléctricos. El aumento de la demanda ha hecho que el fabricante surcoreano se fije en el viejo continente para construir esta instalación para seguir abasteciendo a los fabricantes que provee.

    Antonio Fernández Antonio Fernández 16 OCT 2017 - 13:00 CEST

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    Renault Zoe - baterías

    Baterías de iones de litio del Renault Zoe. Son fabricadas por LG Chem.

    La empresa surcoreana  LG Chem ultima los detalles para la puesta de largo de la mayor fábrica de baterías de Europa para coches eléctricos. Esta instalación, crucial para dar respuesta al imparable aumento de la demanda, estará localizada en Polonia y su apertura tendrá lugar el próximo año 2018. Factores como la constante caída de los precios de las baterías y el auge de los vehículos eléctricos crean un cóctel perfecto para acelerar la llamada transición hacia la  movilidad eléctrica.

    LG Chem actúa a modo de proveedor de fabricantes de primer nivel como  Opel o Hyundai. Además, teniendo en cuenta que gigantes de la industria como Volkswagen, Volvo, Mercedes-Benz o BMW lanzarán durante la próxima década una amplísima variedad de coches eléctricos de batería, hace que las compañías encargadas de la producción de este elemento crucial para dichos vehículos tengan que prepararse ante lo que se avecina.

    A pesar de que  Europa es uno de los principales mercados para el coche eléctrico, por el momento carece de unas instalaciones de esta índole. Todo lo contrario que China y Corea del Sur. En estos dos países asiáticos se fabrican gran parte de las baterías usadas por los vehículos de cero emisiones comercializados a nivel mundial. 

    Opel Ampera-e - baterías

    El nuevo Opel Ampera-e también equipa baterías de LG Chem.

    Para poder poner en marcha esta fábrica de baterías en Europa, LG Chem deberá invertir una gran cantidad económica. La  planta estará situada cerca de la ciudad Wroclaw según ha informado la Agencia de la Industria Estatal Polaca (ARP). Dicha localidad se encuentra a tan solo 190 kilómetros con la frontera alemana. Será una localización idónea ya que los fabricantes están destinando cantidades millonarias para el desarrollo de nuevos  coches eléctricos.

    LG Chem prevé  producir anualmente hasta 100.000 baterías en Polonia. La fábrica dará trabajo a 2.500 empleados y aunque de momento no se ha aclarado a qué compañías automovilísticas estarán destinadas estas baterías, la empresa surcoreana asegura que “serán de primer nivel”. Chang-Beom Kang, Vicepresidente de LG Chem, ha comentado lo siguiente:  “La compañía ha elegido Polonia por ser la ubicación más competitiva para la producción de baterías y satisfacer las necesidades de los automóviles europeos y globales”.

    El litio y otras materias primeras usadas en la fabricación de  baterías para coches eléctricos, serán importados desde Corea del Sur por la empresa matriz, aunque también se recurrirá a algunos proveedores polacos.

    ¿Habrá baterías para tanto coche eléctrico?

    Tasa tu coche. ¡¡Gratis y sin compromiso!!

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    #107

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    Fr260

    Buenas noches a todos,
    Estoy interesado en el litio, por sus precios y por su uso actual y futuro para las baterias le veo micho futuro.
    Veo que habéis comentado estas compañías:
    Galaxy resources
    Neometals
    Lithuium australia
    ¿A cual veis mayor recorrido? O mejor posicionada en el mercado...

    #109

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    steri

    Lithium Australia to acquire battery cathode company
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    Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Email Print Download PDF version 14:58 23 Oct 2017
    With this technology, cathode material can be produced directly from lithium concentrates.

    Direct production of cathode materials would remove two process steps
    Lithium Australia (ASX:LIT) has completed its due diligence for the acquisition of advanced cathode material producer, the Very Small Particle Company (VSPC).

    VSPC owns proprietary processes for the production of lithium ion battery cathode material, a comprehensive pilot plant, and an advanced laboratory and testing facilities.

    The VSPC technology is adaptable to the production of a wide range of cathode materials.

    Lithium Australia is investigating the production of cathode materials from hard-rock minerals using hydrometallurgical front-end processes including the SiLeach® and LMax® processes.

    Completion of the transaction remains subject to regulatory approval, including shareholder approval.

    How the VSPC technology works
    The VSPC technology commences with cathode metals in a solution from which the cathode nanoparticles are precipitated.

    The commencement of the process is compatible with the solutions produced during the processing of hard-rock minerals to recover lithium carbonate, or lithium hydroxide.

    The direct production of cathode materials from such solutions potentially removes two process steps involved in the manufacture of cathode materials, resulting in a revolutionary process which capitalises on the value-add generated by progressing from lithium chemicals to cathode materials.

    The VSPC technology provides a simple and cost-effective means of producing such materials within an environment of superior quality control.

    Engineering studies on SiLeach® and LMax®
    Lithium Australia is close to the completion of engineering studies on processing plants for both the 100% owned SiLeach® process and the LMax® process for which it has exclusive rights for in Western Australia.

    It anticipates a commitment to construct such plants, nominally sized at an output of 2500 tonnes per annum lithium carbonate equivalent early in the new year.

    READ NOW: Lithium Australia to benefit from Galaxy Resources investment
    Lithium Australia shares are trading up 5% intra-day to $0.185.

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    #111

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    Fr260

    Veo que galaxy ha bajado estos últimos días, además en el largo plazo todas estan en máximos o casi.
    Estas empresas depende mucho del precio del litio en el mercado, hoy en día se utiliza el litio por su rentabilidad coste (pero hay sustitutos).
    ¿No crees que si aumenta demasiado será otro material el que se utilice?

    #113

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    steri

    Lithium Australia hunting for offtake partners27th October 2017

    By: Esmarie Swanepoel
    Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor: Australasia
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    PERTH (miningweekly.com) – ASX-listed Lithium Australia is looking for lithium chemical offtake partners as part of its financing package for its A$42-million large-scale lithium processing pilot plant (LSPP).

    The LSPP design is based on lithium carbonate production of 2 500 t/y, which is one-tenth the scale of a full-scale production plant.

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    “Global interest in the pilot plant has been significant. Development has now moved to the product offtake negotiations and structuring finance options, both with a completion objective of early in the new year,” Lithium Australia MD Adrian Griffin said on Friday.

    “The commercial opportunity for a new battery-focused lithium technologies and products is now well enunciated and a pilot plant of this large-scale is the prelude to a full-scale production plant.”

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    The LSPP is currently in the final stages of design optimisation, and a decision to implement the project is slated for early next year.

    It is anticipated that the pilot plant will initially produce lithium carbonate as the primary lithium chemical, with a longer-term option of nano-poweders for application in direct production of lithium-ion battery cathodes

    #114

    Re: Lithium Australia NL (LIT)

    steri

    Lithium Australia confirms VSPC process

    Lithium Australia has confirmed the Very Small Particle Company process was capable of producing quality lithium iron phosphate cathode material.

    Newsbites FinanceNOVEMBER 2, 20174:20PM

    Lithium Australia (ASX: LIT) has confirmed the Very Small Particle Company process was capable of producing lithium iron phosphate (LFP) cathode material that is equivalent to or better than the LFP standard reference cathode material.

    LFP is a safe cathode material that is used in lithium ion batteries for grid and off-grid energy storage (solar and wind power storage) and e-bus applications. The electrical energy storage sector is rapidly expanding, driven by the need to increase baseload capacity of networks which are being increasingly supplied from renewable sources.

    The material was produced in 2012 at its pilot facility in Brisbane Australia and was recently tested for electrochemical properties by an independent laboratory in Germany (Custom Cells Itzehoe GmbH).

    Testing was performed on coin cells manufactured from the VSPC LFP product and on a standard reference LFP material. The VSPC product performed well compared with the laboratory standard reference material, demonstrating good cycling stability, as well as higher potentials and higher discharge capacities compared to the standard reference material.

    The company last week completed due diligence for the acquisition of advanced cathode material producer, VSPC. The acquisition provides LIT with proprietary processes for the production of lithium ion battery cathode material, a comprehensive pilot plant and advanced laboratory and testing facilities.

    Applying the technology to the direct production of cathode materials would potentially remove two process steps involved in the manufacture of cathode materials, resulting in a process which would capitalise on the value add generated by progressing from lithium chemicals to cathode materials.

     

    http://www.news.com.au/finance/business/breaking-news/lithium-australia-confirms-vspc-process/news-story/9ff78d08a0d10763832ba9fae1ca5230

    Shares in LIT have responded positively to these recent developments, increasing more than 50 percent in October to hit a 12 month high of 21.5 cents.

    #117

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    steri

    Lithium Australia to extract value from IPO as shares hit 12-month highs

    14:13 09 Nov 2017
    Lithium Australia will be a substantial shareholder in BlackEarth Minerals.
    Lithium Australia to extract value from IPO as shares hit 12-month highs
    Lithium Australia shares have doubled over the past two months

    Lithium Australia NL ( ASX:LIT) shares are currently trading at 12-month highs of $0.245, as investors put their support behind the company's strategy as a dedicated developer of disruptive lithium extraction technologies.

    The company is also set to create value from a non-core asset, selling its graphite assets into the pending IPO of BlackEarth Minerals NL.

    BlackEarth has lodged a prospectus to raise a minimum of $4.5 million and a maximum of $6 million.

     

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    #120

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    Lithium Australia’s partner adds key additional tenure for lithium project in Germany

    13:17 25 Jan 2018
    Additional exploration licence covering 15 square kilometres around the Hegelshöhe hillside.
    map of Germany
    Substantial tin-lithium potential in the area

    Lithium Australia NL’s (ASX:LIT) joint venture partner in the Sadisdorf project, Tin International AG, has been awarded key additional tenure near the project.

    The Sadisdorf project is located in the Eastern Ore Mountains of Saxony, Germany.

    Potential to increase the maiden resource of 25 million tonnes

    The initial focus of the joint venture agreement is the dormant Sadisdorf tin mine, which is enveloped in a pervasive lithium alteration halo and has a maiden resource of 25 million tonnes at 0.21% lithium.

    READ: Lithium Australia granted licence in lithium tungsten region of Germany

    Now the mining authority in Saxony has granted Tin International an additional exploration licence covering 15 square kilometres around the Hegelshöhe hillside, just 5 kilometres southeast of the Sadisdorf licence.

    Hegelshöhe is located in the same regional geological formation that hosts the lithium mica deposits of Sadisdorf, Zinnwald and Cinovech (Czech Republic).

    Substantial tin-lithium potential in the area

    The Hegelshöhe licence shares its northern border with the Falkenhain, currently being explored by Deutsche Lithium and partner Bacanora Minerals Ltd (CVE:BCN).

    On the basis of historic mining and exploration activities, Tin International has a significant potential to discover tin-lithium mineralisation in the area.

    READ: Lithium Australia’s SiLeach® process confirmed as novel and patentable

    The application of the SiLeach® process to recover both lithium and a range of by-products has the potential to breathe new life into the Sadisdorf operation, where drilling has already commenced to upgrade the resource.

    SiLeach® was recently confirmed by the Australian Patent Office as a novel and inventive process which meets the requirements for industrial applicability.

    Lithium Australia is on track to approve the construction of a large-scale SiLeach® pilot plant (LSPP) in 2018 and has recently stated its intention to fund construction off its own balance sheet.

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