Construction to resume at Kwinana lithium hydroxide processing plant

By Dalila Ouerghi
Published: Friday, 07 May 2021

Construction work will restart in the near future at the Kniwana lithium hydroxide plant in Western Australia after Australia-based exploration and mining company IGO joined the venture at the end of 2020, a spokesperson at joint-owner Tianqi told Fastmarkets on Tuesday May 4.

"It has been a challenging project and we are all very excited about the upcoming milestones," the spokesperson at the Chinese lithium producer said.

Construction work has stalled at the facility on a number of occasions due to Tianqi's financial troubles and tight liquidity. Tianqi said in April last year it...

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