Australia’s Core Lithium signs offtake agreement with China’s Ganfeng

By IM Staff
Published: Monday, 09 August 2021

Australia-listed junior miner Core Lithium has signed a four-year binding offtake agreement with Chinese major Ganfeng Lithium, the companies announced Monday August 9.

Over four years, Core Lithium will deliver 300,000 dry metric tonnes of spodumene concentrate from its Finniss project, at a rate of 75,000 tonnes per year, according to the agreement.

Finniss is a lithium mine in development, located in Northern Australia and 100% owned by Core Lithium. It...

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