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LIT, LITHIUM AUSTRALIA NL
nipper
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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Feb 3 2021, 10:04 AM

LIT is pivoting
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Lithium Australia aims to ensure an ethical and sustainable supply of energy metals to the battery industry (enhancing energy security in the process) by creating a circular battery economy. The recycling of old lithium-ion batteries to new is intrinsic to this plan.


While rationalising its portfolio of lithium projects/alliances, the Company continues with R&D on its proprietary extraction processes for the conversion of all lithium silicates (including mine waste), and of unused fines from spodumene processing, to lithium chemicals. From those chemicals, Lithium Australia plans to produce advanced components for the battery industry globally, and for stationary energy storage systems within Australia. By uniting resources and innovation, the Company seeks to vertically integrate lithium extraction, processing and recycling.

The rationalising of its portfolio of lithium projects/alliances....


GLN taking up 80% of Greenbushes South....

Offloading other projects into Charger Metals, which will likely IPO in Sept 2021
1) the Coates project in the highly prospective Western Yilgarn nickel/ copper/platinum group elements belt, close to Chalice Mining Ltd's Julimar discovery in Western Australia;
2) the Lake Johnston project, near Southern Cross in Western Australia, prospective for lithium, gold and nickel; and
3) the Bynoe project, near Darwin in the Northern Territory, prospective for lithium and gold.
  • Lithium Australia shareholders to be offered a priority allocation in the Charger IPO.




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nipper
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Lithium Australia granted US patent for lithium extraction technology

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HIGHLIGHTS
... SiLeach® patent application granted by US Patent and Trademark Office.
... SiLeach® patent application accepted by IP Australia.
... SiLeach® patent application claims considered allowable by European Patent Office.
... SiLeach®, which provides for low-energy recovery of lithium from micas, is potentially a short-cut in the production of lithium-ion batteries.


The Company's lithium chemical division has partnered with the best technical expertise available, including ANSTO, to develop lithium extraction technologies, with a focus on low-grade and waste materials. Those materials can be classified as:
.. lithium micas;
.. fine spodumene, and
.. spent LIBs.


Lithium Australia has lodged patent applications for most of the technology emanating from its R&D programmes. Those technologies include the following:
... SiLeach® for the recovery of lithium and other valuable by-products from mica.
... LieNA® for the recovery of lithium from spodumene concentrates, with an emphasis on fine and/or low-grade spodumene.
... Recovery of lithium as a tri-lithium phosphate.
... Refining of tri-lithium phosphate to achieve an ultra-pure (>99.9%) chemical.




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ASX battery metals and recycling company Lithium Australia (ASX:LIT) is expecting a significant increase in battery recycling volumes in the next few years.

The company’s Envirosteam Australia business unit, a leader in battery recycling, is forecasting the large increase under the National Battery Stewardship Scheme.

Another company subsidiary, VSPC, has forecast a five-fold increase in the lithium ferro phosphate battery market by 2030.

Lithium Australia has a range of proprietary technologies for recycling and recovering energy metals from spent lithium-ion batteries and waste materials.





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In Reply To: mullokintyre's post @ Jan 15 2021, 01:43 PM

LIT up ... the sky again.


Open at 10c, to 14c peak today.




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In Reply To: nipper's post @ Jan 15 2021, 10:40 AM

So out I go, can't see any point in keeping them.
20% profit is fine with me.
Makes up for some other duds.
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In Reply To: rlane's post @ Jan 15 2021, 10:34 AM

ha ha


• Galan to acquire 80% of the Greenbushes South Lithium Project from Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT)
• The Project is located 3 kms south of the world-class Greenbushes Lithium Mine which is owned and managed by Talison Lithium Pty Ltd




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re lit

 
mullokintyre
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A fire has been lit under LIT.
Big spike today.
Have no idea why.
Bought some for a whizz.
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nipper
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KEY POINTS
Focus on new term cash flow
.. Soluna Australia expecting positive cash flow by Dec 20Qtr:
o product approvals received, and
o indications of strong demand for battery energy storage solutions from both retail and commercial sources.

.. Envirostream Australia revenue expected to grow significantly in FY2020:
o significant strengthening of commodity prices since March 2020;
o new copper and aluminium recovery circuits commissioned as copper and aluminium prices improve;
o stock levels being reduced as spent battery supplies diminish, and
o focus on widening battery collection initiatives to strengthen revenue.

Reduction in outgoings
.. Reduced activity in capital-intensive business units affected by travel bans.
.. Cash at 30 June 2020 ... $3.5 million, with significant R&D tax refunds over coming 6 months



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Lithium Australia’s LieNA® technology can recover lithium from fine or variable grade spodumene that is usually discarded as waste. The company pointed out that conventional spodumene processing has recovery rates as low as 50%, due to chemical producers having high specifications for their roasting process.

Unlike the current method, LieNA® is not constrained by particle feed size or grade. LieNA® uses an alkaline source, such as caustic soda, to convert spodumene into a lithium-bearing sodalite. The sodalite is then recovered and selectively leached to produce a lithium-bearing solution. This is further treated to generate a high-purity refined tri-lithium phosphate product.

Advancing towards commercialisation

To assist with advancing LieNA®, Lithium Australia collared a $1.3 million grant under the Australian Government’s CRC-P round 8 program.

In collaboration with the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO), Lithium Australia has completed extensive test work on the technology.

Lithium Australia said it was now committed to a semi-continuous pilot plant evaluation of the flowsheet, which is the scope of the CRC-P grant.

“Recovering material that would otherwise go to waste is a fundamental building block in Lithium Australia’s quest to enhance sustainability, reduce costs and negate environmental impacts throughout the battery production cycle,” Mr Griffin explained.

“If we as a society want to maintain current living standards, we cannot afford to squander the resources and need to minimise our environmental footprint.” "Commercialisation of LieNA® will take the lithium industry one step closer to achieving that goal,” he added

https://smallcaps.com.au/lithium-australia-...ovel-inventive/



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
 


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