Lithium juniors still see appetite among investors despite depressed prices, cost overruns

By Michael Greenfield, Michael Greenfield
Published: Tuesday, 28 January 2020

The low commodity price of lithium and cost overruns on junior projects have made investors cautious about the sector, creating doubt about whether lithium juniors will be able to access capital and ensure a supply of lithium for the years ahead.

There are a number of lithium mining projects stacked in the pipeline, all of which require further capital if they are to come into production. But one of the projects closest to entering the market has had problems in raising the required level of finance.

Nemaska Lithium, operator of the...

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