Pilbara Minerals has secured final work approvals for the completion and operation of its Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia.
Lithium developer Altura Mining will raise $26 million through a share placement to help accelerate its expansion plans at the Pilgangoora project in Western Australia.
Pilbara Minerals has begun initial work at its 5 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) expansion at the Pilgangoora lithium project in Western Australia.
Contractor MACA is set to grow its mining services business after raising $60 million through a share placement.
Pilbara Minerals has awarded the open pit mining contract for its Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia to MACA.
Pilbara Minerals chief executive Ken Brinsden is determined to convert sceptics that remain unconvinced of lithium’s bright future.
Lithium hopeful Altura Mining has locked in an agreement with United States and Swiss-based investment groups to raise $US110 million ($137.9 million) to fund development of the Pilgangoora project in Western Australia.
Pilbara Minerals has completed a $US100 million ($132 million) bond issue, moving it closer to funding development of its Pilgangoora lithium project in Western Australia.
Atlas Iron has entered agreements with Pilbara Minerals over two lithium projects in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
Pilbara Minerals has received the first of two key environmental approvals for its Pilgangoora lithium-tantalum project in Western Australia, bringing the operations closer to construction.
Altura Mining’s Pilgangoora lithium project is another step closer to full production after the Western Australian department of mines (DMP) approved its project management plan.
The Western Australian department of mines and petroleum (DMP) has approved Altura Mining’s proposal for the Pilgangoora lithium project in the Pilbara.
Altura Mining has awarded NRW Holdings a $110 million contract for mine development and drill and blast services at its Pilgangoora Lithium project in Western Australia.
Pilbara Minerals has signed an offtake agreement to supply crushed but not processed direct shipping ore (DSO) to Chinese lithium producer Shandong Ruifu.
Pilbara Minerals has entered a $5m agreement with Dakota Minerals to acquire the Lynas Find lithium project.