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Liontown Resources Ltd (ASX LTR)

Liontown Resources is an Australian company founded in 2006 by Tony Ottaviano. LTR is an Australian mineral exploration and development company focused on the development of high quality lithium & tantalum projects in Australia, as well as an emerging gold, PGE, nickel and copper project and operates in Western Australia. The company headquarters are in Perth Australia and it's shares trade publicly on the ASX.


Followers 154
Exchange ASX
Sector Materials
Industry Mineral Exploration

Frequently Asked Questions

Featuring answers to some of the most frequent questions asked by investors about Liontown Resources Ltd
Dividends
Does Liontown Resources (LTR) pay dividends?
No, Liontown Resources Ltd (LTR) does not have a history of paying dividends.
Purchase Shares
Where can I buy Liontown Resources (LTR) shares?
An individual can buy and sell shares with the assistance of a broker who is licenced to trade on the ASX (Australian Securities Exchange).
Company Information
Does Liontown Resources (LTR) supply lithium to Tesla?
On the 6th of June 2022 Liontown announced they had executed a bind agreement with Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) for a lithium offtake deal to supply Tesla with up to 150,000 dry metric tonnes per annum of spodumene concentrate from its Kathleen Valley lithium project in WA.

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Liontown Resources Ltd (ASX:LTR) is an Australian publicly listed company that trades on the Australian Stock Exchange. The company's stock code is LTR. Livewire Markets has 12 experts who have published 43 articles that have featured Liontown Resources Ltd. You can view all those wires here. The last time time LTR was featured was on the 12 August 2022 by Barry FitzGerald in the wire “Goyder closes in on hat-trick with NT uranium hunt”.