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Nemaska thinking big at Whabouchi lithium project

Canadian developer Nemaska Lithium (CN:NMX) is looking beyond the recently-released feasibilty study at its Whabouchi project, with CEO Guy Bourassa spelling out plans to double the capacity of its Shawinigan lithium processing plant in Quebec and deploy its spodumene production technology at other deposits once it has its flagship up and running.

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Nemaska thinking big at Whabouchi lithium project

Canadian developer Nemaska Lithium (CN:NMX) is looking beyond the recently-released feasibilty study at its Whabouchi project, with CEO Guy Bourassa spelling out plans to double the capacity of its Shawinigan lithium processing plant in Quebec and deploy its spodumene production technology at other deposits once it has its flagship up and running.

Nemaska thinking big at Whabouchi lithium project

Guy Bourassa has some big plans for Nemaska and its Whabouchi project

The company published a feasibility study earlier this week, which included a 20% expansion to the plant capacity to 33,000 tonnes per annum of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE) with a 46% increase in capital expenditure to C$801 million (US$643.9 million).

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