26/08/2020 – Mali Lithium Limited is continuing normal operations with the ongoing political instability in the West African country having no adverse impact.
It appears to be business as usual for the mining sector in Mali after a military coup ousted the President last week with no reported impact on operations or security at operating mines. Continuer à lire … « Mali Lithium operations unaffected by political instability in Mali »
16/2/2019 – Two Shields Investments PLC said Monday it has completed the sale of all of its Mali-based lithium permits and licences.The investment company signed two binding heads of agreement with Australian firm Leopard Lithium Pty Ltd in late August to sell interests in Nashwan Holdings Ltd and Mansa Lithium Inc. Continuer à lire … « Two Shields Investments Completes Mali Lithium Asset Sale »
MD Chris Evans told Mining Weekly Online on the sidelines of the Paydirt Africa Downunder conference, in Perth, that in addition to advancing its relationship with China Minmentals, Mali Lithium was also targeting lithium carbonate producers as possible strategic partners. Continuer à lire … « Mali Lithium hunting for development partner for Goulamina »
28/08/2019 – Two Shields Investments PLC on Tuesday said it has signed an agreement to sell all of its Mali-based lithium permits and licences.The investment company has signed two binding heads of agreement with Australian firm Leopard Lithium Pty Ltd to sell interests in Nashwan Holdings Ltd and Mansa Lithium Inc. Continuer à lire … « Two Shields Investments Sells Lithium Assets In Mali »
2019/03/08 – Birimian Ltd has received the signed Environmental permit from Mali’s Minister for the Environment for its Goulamina Lithium Project.
The company said it was now looking forward to advancing Goulamina to achieve the milestones required for the next stages of development. Continuer à lire … « Mali / Lithium – Birimian receives environmental permit for lithium project, bringing it closer to development »
2019/31/01 – Aim-listed Kodal Minerals has gained exclusive rights to explore – and an option to acquire – two new concessions totalling 200 km2 within 25 km of the company’s Bougouni lithium project, in Mali.
The new licence areas are adjacent to the Goulamina lithium project, owned by ASX-listed Birimian, where a mineral resource of 103-million tonnes, grading 1.34%lithium oxide, has been defined. Continuer à lire … « Mali – Kodal granted exploration rights near its Mali lithium project »
2018/14/11 – Two Shields Investments PLC on Monday said a geochemical program at its lithium interests in Niger has found lithium anomalies above previous results.
Shares in Two Shields were up 14% at 0.16 pence on Monday. Continuer à lire … « Niger / Lithium – Two Shields Encouraged by Geochemical results of Lithium Interests »
2018/09/26 – Canada’s Montero Mining and Exploration and China’s Jiang Xi Yun Lithium Materials are joining forces for the development of lithium production in Africa.
The two companies have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MOU) in this regard with Montero expected to supply its future lithium production in Africa to Jiang Xi Yun Lithium under a long term off-take agreement. Continuer à lire … « Canada/China – Montero, Jiang Xi Yun join forces for lithium production in Africa #Lithium »
2018/09/15 – Kodal Minerals has identified an estimated 17 million tonnes of mineral resources in southern Mali with the potential to produce a battery-grade lithium carbonate. CEO Bernard Aylward discusses the lithium boom, open-pit mining and managing risk in foreign jurisdictions. Continuer à lire … « Mali/Lithium : Kodal Minerals CEO Bernard Aylward talks to Compelo Energy »
2018/09/01 – Birimian Limited, the Australian developer of a $199 million lithium mine in Mali, is targeting first production for Q1 2020.
The Goulamina mine is one of the world’s largest undeveloped high-grade lithium deposits and will represent 15% of the current global lithium supply. Continuer à lire … « Mali/Lithium – Birimian eyes 2020 production at $199m Mali lithium mine »