London-based Alkemy Capital Investments says it will build a lithium sulphate plant at Port Hedland in Western Australia, Kallanish reports.
Train 1 will process spodumene from Australian lithium miners to produce 40,000 tonnes/year of primary lithium sulphate with Trains 2-4 adding an additional 120,000 t/y lithium sulphate in future expansions.
The plant will feed the Tees Valley Lithium Ltd’s lithium hydroxide plant in Teesside in the United Kingdom to b…
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