Future lithium supply problems take center stage at Geological Society conference in London

By Martim Facada
Published: Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Lithium supplies will not increase as smoothly as predicted by a recent report produced by Morgan Stanley and any existing surplus will be absorbed by growing demand from existing users, keynote speakers told delegates at the Geological Society Lithium Conference, held in London on April 9-10.

Alison Dai, business development director at Chengdu Chemphys Industry Co, and Cornish Lithium’s founder and chief executive officer, Jeremy Wrathall, told delegates that lithium supplies from legacy and new projects would not arrive on the market as smoothly as anticipated in the Morgan Stanley report, The long-term pain of new supply,...

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