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Lithium Panel: the next generation of Lithium producers

Lithium prices could become the base case moving forward

Aspermont

An interruption in development spending and a growing market could make current lithium prices the base case moving forward.

Mining Journal managing editor Chris Cann is joined by Canaccord Genuity head of research (Australia) Reg Spencer and two leading lithium development groups to debate the opportunities and risks of building lithium mines to feed demand created by the energy transition.

Argosy Minerals managing director Jerko Zuvela and Galan Lithium managing director Juan Pablo Vargas de la Vega sit alongside Spencer and field questions focused on the sustainability of the rocketing lithium basket price, from where the financing for developments is likely to come, the influence of major miners - and potentially petroleum majors - in the battery metals space, and the key risks and opportunities facing a lithium junior.

A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the mining sector, brought to you by the Mining Journal Intelligence team.

A growing series of reports, each focused on a key discussion point for the mining sector, brought to you by the Mining Journal Intelligence team.

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