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Albemarle to double lithium concentrate production in Australia

Talison, a JV between Albemarle & Tianqi Lithium, will expand production at its spodumene mine

BS B2B Bureau  |  Charlotte, North Carolina (USA) 

Albemarle's spodumene mine in Australia
Albemarle's spodumene mine in Australia

The US-based specialty company Corporation has announced that Talison, a joint venture between and Tianqi Corporation, has approved the expansion of concentrate production at its Greenbushes, Australia Greenbushes is the world's largest active It has the largest hard rock reserve, and contains the highest concentration of oxide available of any active  

“This project is integral to our announced expansion plans so that we can meet the growing needs of our customers. The expansion of the and ore upgrading facilities is a key deliverable in our supply strategy to grow total combined carbonate equivalent (LCE) production to approximately 165,000 metric tonne per annum (MTPA) early in the next decade,” said John Mitchell, president, and advanced materials for

The expansion is intended to more than double the LCE capacity at Greenbushes from 80,000 MTPA to more than 160,000 MTPA, of which has a 50 percent interest in the offtake. Commissioning of the expansion is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2019.

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Albemarle to double lithium concentrate production in Australia

Talison, a JV between Albemarle & Tianqi Lithium, will expand production at its spodumene mine

Talison, a JV between Albemarle & Tianqi Lithium, will expand production at its spodumene mine
The US-based specialty company Corporation has announced that Talison, a joint venture between and Tianqi Corporation, has approved the expansion of concentrate production at its Greenbushes, Australia Greenbushes is the world's largest active It has the largest hard rock reserve, and contains the highest concentration of oxide available of any active  

“This project is integral to our announced expansion plans so that we can meet the growing needs of our customers. The expansion of the and ore upgrading facilities is a key deliverable in our supply strategy to grow total combined carbonate equivalent (LCE) production to approximately 165,000 metric tonne per annum (MTPA) early in the next decade,” said John Mitchell, president, and advanced materials for

The expansion is intended to more than double the LCE capacity at Greenbushes from 80,000 MTPA to more than 160,000 MTPA, of which has a 50 percent interest in the offtake. Commissioning of the expansion is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2019.

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Albemarle to double lithium concentrate production in Australia

Talison, a JV between Albemarle & Tianqi Lithium, will expand production at its spodumene mine

The US-based specialty company Corporation has announced that Talison, a joint venture between and Tianqi Corporation, has approved the expansion of concentrate production at its Greenbushes, Australia Greenbushes is the world's largest active It has the largest hard rock reserve, and contains the highest concentration of oxide available of any active  

“This project is integral to our announced expansion plans so that we can meet the growing needs of our customers. The expansion of the and ore upgrading facilities is a key deliverable in our supply strategy to grow total combined carbonate equivalent (LCE) production to approximately 165,000 metric tonne per annum (MTPA) early in the next decade,” said John Mitchell, president, and advanced materials for

The expansion is intended to more than double the LCE capacity at Greenbushes from 80,000 MTPA to more than 160,000 MTPA, of which has a 50 percent interest in the offtake. Commissioning of the expansion is expected to begin in the second quarter of 2019.

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