lithium carbonate

Wentworth Securities

Lithium (Li) Companies have had an incredible 6-9mths, most 2x or 3x higher. So you could be forgiven to think they were ripe for some news to temper the run. The news that has seen weakness across the board is that Chilean Corfo (Govt) said it had struck a deal... Show More

Wentworth Securities

The AWE board has unanimously recommended MIN's offer to acquire the company via a scheme of arrangement. The jewel for MIN is the Waitisa gas field in the Northern Perth Basin, which has strategic value given the energy intensity of MIN's current and planned operations (AWE has a 50% interest... Show More

Mark Gordon

Lithium demand forecasts by several parties have been dramatically increased recently, driven largely by the expected growth in the use of electric cars driving demand for lithium-ion batteries. 2025 demand forecasts range between 500,000t and 1,000,000 LCE, multiples of the current demand of ~220,000t, and boding well for stocks in... Show More

Mark Gordon

Lithium demand forecasts by several parties have been dramatically increased recently, driven largely by the expected growth in the use of electric cars driving demand for lithium-ion batteries. 2025 demand forecasts range between 500,000t and 1,000,000 LCE, multiples of the current demand of ~220,000t. Ideally placed to take advantage of... Show More

Mark Gordon

Lithium Power International’s (ASX: LPI) focus is on their Maricunga Lithium Project in the Atacama III Region of northern Chile, and is well placed to take advantage of forecast strong lithium markets. Maricunga is a lithium brine play, with work to date showing one of the highest grade brine resources... Show More

Wentworth Securities

Lithium demand, and the forecast increase coming our way, has us looking for value across battery related companies. Generally it is hard to find. The boom in demand has been matched by a boom in exploration names listing on the ASX. A lot will fizz out, and there will only... Show More