Planning decision due for Tianqi WA hydroxide plant
Published: Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Documents submitted to the Western Australian planning authorities outline plans for a facility in south Perth with an output of around 24,000 tpa lithium hydroxide, costing A$300m. Tianqi has previously indicated that it hopes the additional output will put it in pole position in the lithium market.
Chinese lithium producer Tianqi Lithium
Industries Inc. will seek development assessment panel (DAP)
approval 31 August for a planned lithium hydroxide plant in
Perth, Western Australia (WA).
The site is slated to produce 23,950 tpa lithium hydroxide
in its first stage and will cost around A$300m ($227m*),
according to DAP paperwork seen...