ENERGY MINERALS

A strategic lithium view

The lithium market has captured imaginations worldwide. Prices for this commodity have soared, especially with expectations of skyrocketing demand for rechargeable batteries driven by growth in the electric vehicle (EV) market. But just how pronounced will lithium demand growth be – and will prices keep climbing accordingly? Industry participants and investors need answers, as they make strategic decisions such as whether to develop a new asset or how much to pay for a target acquisition.

While lithium is hardly scarce, high-grade (and easy-to-develop) deposits are in limited supply

While lithium is hardly scarce, high-grade (and easy-to-develop) deposits are in limited supply

To make informed decisions, miners and investors can’t pin their hopes on the EV hype to keep lithium demand and prices high. Instead, they must deepen their understanding of all the forces that drive...

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