Covalent Lithium has received the approvals it requires to enter the construction and operational phases at the Mt Holland lithium project in Western Australia.
Wesfarmers and Sociedad Quimica y Minera de Chile (SQM) have pulled the trigger on the $US1.4 billion ($1.8 billion) Mt Holland lithium project in Western Australia.
The strength of Western Australia’s resources sector has led it through crises and is now set to usher in a new era of critical minerals.
Wesfarmers has postponed its final investment decision on the Mt Holland lithium project in Western Australia until the first quarter of 2021.
The energy and resources sector accounted for 30 per cent of public merger and acquisition (M&A) deals in the 2019 financial year.
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Wesfarmers has executed its acquisition of Kidman Resources by completing a $776 million deal.
Wesfarmers’ $776 million bid to acquire Kidman Resources has been overwhelmingly backed by the lithium miner’s shareholders.
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Wesfarmers has walked away from its $1.5 billion takeover offer for Lynas Corporation.
Wesfarmers has bolstered the resources experience on its board through its appointment of Fortescue deputy chairman Sharon Warburton.
New Hope Group produced 40 per cent more coal during the quarter ending April against a year ago after twice increasing its stake in the Bengalla joint venture in New South Wales.
Chilean lithium major Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile (SQM) has reported decreased sales in its March quarter but remains positive about the future of the lithium industry.
Wesfarmers has secured a scheme implementation deed (SID) with Kidman Resources regarding a proposed takeover deal announced in early May.
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Wesfarmers’ hunt for access to metals needed for electric vehicles (EVs) has accelerated with a $776 million takeover offer for Australian lithium company, Kidman Resources.
Lynas Corporation’s board of management has urged shareholders not to accept Wesfarmers’ “unsolicited” $1.5 billion bid for the company announced last month.
Dysprosium price has shown “seriously positive moves”, shooting up more than 20 per cent at a time when Lynas is bringing M&A focus to the forefront.
Wesfarmers has provided an update on its proposed $1.5 billion takeover of rare earth-focused company Lynas Corporation.
Lynas Corporation plans to make Wesfarmers work for a takeover of the rare earths company