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Lithium Australia's $2.8 Billion Dollar Christmas Gift - InvestorIntel


InvestorIntel

Lithium Australia's $2.8 Billion Dollar Christmas Gift
InvestorIntel
A maiden resource estimate has been completed on a project jointly owned by Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT) (“Lithium Australia”) demonstrating an inferred resource of 25 million tonnes of lithium rich ore. The company has been waiting for a mica-based ...

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Lithium Australia declares maiden resource at German project - Creamer Media's Mining Weekly


Lithium Australia declares maiden resource at German project
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly
The Australian junior said on Thursday that the mineral resource estimate substantially enhanced the potential for progressing the historical Sadisdorf mine to a polymetallic deposit with contributions from lithium, tin and tungsten, as well as from a ...

Lithium Australia nails big Lithium resource in Germany - Business News


Business News

Lithium Australia nails big Lithium resource in Germany
Business News
Lithium Australia's decision earlier this year to farm into an historic tin mine project with Lithium potential in Germany has proved to be an inspired one. The Perth based company this week announced a maiden resource at the project of 25 million ...
Lithium Australia to benefit from maiden lithium resource in electric vehicle manufacturer's backyardProactive Investors Australia
Lithium Australia to tap into Europe's electric car marketManufacturers' Monthly
Lithium Australia announces maiden Resource estimate in GermanyFinfeed
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Lithium Australia gains strong shareholder support for BlackEarth Minerals spin-off - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia gains strong shareholder support for BlackEarth Minerals spin-off
Proactive Investors Australia
Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) has had strong support from shareholders for the spin-off of its non-core graphite assets into BlackEarth Minerals NL. The priority entitlement period for Lithium Australia shareholders for the BlackEarth Minerals IPO ...

Yes, SA's battery is a massive battery, but it can do much more besides - The Conversation AU


The Conversation AU

Yes, SA's battery is a massive battery, but it can do much more besides
The Conversation AU
Last Friday, the “world's largest” lithium-ion battery was officially opened in South Australia. Tesla's much anticipated “mega-battery” made the “100 days or it's free” deadline, after a week of testing and commissioning. Unsurprisingly, the project ...

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Shares in lithium miner Galaxy Resources spark up - The Sydney Morning Herald


The Sydney Morning Herald

Shares in lithium miner Galaxy Resources spark up
The Sydney Morning Herald
Shares in the lithium company Galaxy Resources jumped 8.6 per cent (31¢) on Wednesday, making it the best performed stock in the ASX 200 after investors welcomed news that it had signed a series of long-term off-take agreements with customers in Asia ...
Galaxy secures offtake contracts for 100% of Mt Cattlin lithium outputAustralian Mining
Galaxy seals lithium offtake contracts with Asian partnersCreamer Media's Mining Weekly

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Lithium spin-offs soaring - The Australian


The Australian

Lithium spin-offs soaring
The Australian
The Perth-based stalwart's main prize remains electric car-focused lithium, but its shorter term revenues lie with an industrial metal few outside of the oil and gas industry have heard of: caesium. Most of the world's caesium is turned into a ...

Lithium Australia extends opportunity to access IPO of BlackEarth Minerals - Proactive Investors Australia


Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia extends opportunity to access IPO of BlackEarth Minerals
Proactive Investors Australia
Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) is creating value from a non-core asset, by 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 ...