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Le Covid19 à un trés fort impact sur la production de Lithium en Amérique Latine. Projets à l’arrêt ou annulés. 960 millions de $ de ventes de Lithium perdues.

Coronavirus halts lithium expansion in Argentina and Chile
Projects under development halted and significant investments cancelled, as impact of Covid-19 pandemic begins to hit home.


Despite expectations of greater development, the lithium sector in Argentina and Chile is being slowed by the coronavirus. Projects under development have been halted by the mandatory quarantine, while significant investments have already been cancelled.

Argentina, Bolivia and Chile are part of the so-called “lithium triangle” of South America, a region with some of the world’s highest concentrations of the metal. It is central to the expansion of electric vehicles, the demand for which is expected to increase in the coming years.

Due to the quarantine measures, lithium production is expected to drop globally by 110,000 tonnes this year, representing a loss of US$960 million, according to English consultancy Roskill. In Argentina, production is expected to drop 35 percent, and in Chile by 20 percent.

On top of live projects slowing down, planned investments have been delayed or cancelled, in several cases by Chinese companies. China is the world’s leading consumer of lithium, primarily for battery manufacturing.

While Chile is a mining country with extensive development and exports of US$40,000 million per year in minerals, Argentina still has an incipient mining development – with exports of US$3.7 billion. The government is seeking further development and hopes that lithium will do just that.

“Lithium production is highly vulnerable to the kinds of disruptions a pandemic like coronavirus can cause,” said Emily Hersh, an economist specialising in the lithium market. “Quarantine is going to affect the industry generally.”
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Suite de ce post du 3 nov 2019 http://www.oleocene.org/phpBB3/viewtopi ... 5#p2291005

Le projet Pastos Grandes en Argentine reçoit le OK environnemental.

Argentina approves Millennial Lithium’s environmental impact assessment for Pastos Grandes

MINING.COM Staff Writer | June 24, 2020

The Environmental and Mining Authority of Argentina’s Salta province approved Millennial Lithium’s (TSXV: ML) environmental impact assessment for the construction and operation of its Pastos Grandes project.

The approval was granted to the Canadian miner’s subsidiary Proyecto Pastos Grandes S.A. and it allows for a 24,000-tonne-per-year battery-grade lithium carbonate production facility to run on the property.

Known in Spanish as “Declaración de Impacto Ambiental” or DIA, the permit is the main environmental approval document required for mining projects in the Salta province to proceed to the construction stage and to operate.

“The rapid approval by the Salta government reflects both the detailed and comprehensive nature of the EIA and the commitment of the government to continue supporting viable mining projects,” Farhad Abasov, Millennial Lithium’s president and CEO, said in a media statement.

“We are pleased to have secured this approval which makes Pastos Grandes one of the most advanced lithium projects in the world.”

Located in the northwestern part of Argentina, Pastos Grandes covers over 12,619 hectares. To date, Millennial has invested over C$40 million in exploration and development work on the property, which includes 22 completed exploration/monitoring wells, four pumping test production wells, pilot ponds, the pilot plant as well as a year-round camp supported by a hybrid solar power system.


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