• When does Lithium demand outstrip Supply? Investment Panel

    Register for the upcoming Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, January 21st & 22nd 2018, at cambridgehouse.com Panelists, Right to left: Brian Paes-Braga (Lithium X), Keturah Nathe (Iconic Minerals), Ian Scarr (Millennial Lithium), Waldo Perez (Neo Lithium) Moderator: Chris Parry From the 2017 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference Join us at an upcoming event! http://www.cambridgehouse.com Stay Connected! http://www.cambridgehouse.com/ https://twitter.com/cambridge https://www.facebook.com/cambridgehouseconferences Copyright © 2015 Cambridge House International Inc. All rights reserved.

    published: 03 Nov 2017
  • Lithium Demand to Dramatically Explode: EV's Becoming Affordable!

    Get Immediate Access to Our High-Priority Research on Bearing Lithium Corp AT: http://www.portfoliowealthglobal.com/ev/ Tom Beck's Due Dilligence on Lithium AT: http://www.portfoliowealthglobal.com/fastest-way-to-liquid-multimillionaire/

    published: 10 Oct 2017
  • Betting big on lithium

    Luke Kissam, Albemarle CEO, discusses the demand for lithium due to the growing need for batteries.

    published: 13 Jan 2017
  • Tobias Tretter: Lithium Demand will Rise up to 300% by 2020

    Interview with the Fund Manager of the Structured Solutions Lithium Index Strategie Fonds. Lithium Stock | Investing in Lithium | Lithium investment | Lithium Demand

    published: 02 Sep 2016
  • Electric Cars Are Driving Lithium Demand Bloomberg TV

    published: 15 Nov 2016
  • Will Lithium Shortage Kill The EV Industry?

    First I thought we should talk about where you can find lithium today. The truth is it’s likely on your body right now, you may be holding it in your hand, or you’re looking directly at it. But you might be surprised to know it’s also used in things like tools, aerospace equipment, military applications and backup storage for our Electric grid. And of course, Tesla’s and other electric cars // Looking to buy a Tesla S or X? Use our referral code and instantly receive $1,000 off and Free Supercharging! (limited) Get Started - https://teslanomics.co/td // It is so good for batteries that 39% of all Lithium production goes towards battery production. So what is Lithium anyway? Lithium itself is a soft, silvery-white alkali metal. It is the lightest metal and the lightest solid element. L...

    published: 02 Aug 2017
  • Lithium: Supply, Demand, Applications, Price, Outlook

    18 Oct 2017 - Global Geoscience Limited (ASX:GSC) Chairman James D Calaway addresses the most popular questions about the lithium market: Is there enough lithium, the outlook for electric storage and electric propulsion, where supply is going to come from and where the price is headed. Speaking with The Capital Network’s Lelde Smits.

    published: 17 Oct 2017
  • Invest in Nickel Before it Explodes Like Lithium and Cobalt

    Nickel is used in Tesla Model 3 battery packs and demand is expected to grow, thus nickel makes an interesting and potentially positive investment. There is the possibility that it explodes like it was the case for lithium and cobalt that surged in prices and stocks accordingly. We analyze the nickel sector, look at the costs and potential short term outlook. And will discuss potential nickel stocks in future videos.

    published: 27 Jul 2017
  • Lithium producers gearing up to feed EV demand after UK ban on petrol and diesel vehicles

    Keith Coughlan, managing director of European Metals Holdings Limited (LON:EMH, ASX:EMH) chats through the news the UK is to ban the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040. Coughlan also updates on developments at their Cinovec lithium-tin deposit in the Czech Republic.

    published: 26 Jul 2017
  • The growing demand for lithium

    With the price of oil expected to climb, there's a growing demand for alternatively fueled vehicles. This has sparked a global interest in the natural resource lithium. It's a key ingredient in rechargeable batteries. An estimated 80 percent of the world's lithium is found in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. Richard Reynolds reports from Salar de Atacama in Chile, the world's largest lithium producer.

    published: 01 Aug 2010
  • If Technology Is The Body, Lithium Is The Blood!

    SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA ➜ https://goo.gl/ctZVpw Patreon Alternative ➜ https://pressfortruth.ca/donate If you are watching this video on an electronic device such as a laptop or a smartphone or tablet odds are the world's lightest metal also known as lithium is involved. We are dependent on it, we interact with it on a daily basis and there is now an unquenchable demand growing for lithium in a world with a finite supply. In this this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with Jeremy Poirier of Bearing Lithium (TSXV:BRZ) about the budding lithium industry and where it's leading in the near future and how one can position themselves to profit from wise investments while feeling good about supporting free market entrepreneurship in the lithium space. For the best research and ana...

    published: 09 Oct 2017
  • London Stone Securities: Blockchain & Lithium, Cryptocurrencies in big demand.

    Financial Fox- London Stone Securities; Director, Ranjeet Singh, The city's Big Buzz Stocks; Blockchain technology companies & Crypto-currencies are going to change the world. Lithium is great. Oil is a toil & Gold is cold! Aim stocks; Buy on the bid & know the company. Online PLC does it have a management pathway to potential mega stock status?

    published: 16 Nov 2017
  • The Future Lies In Lithium - Speaker

    Although he remains bullish on gold, House Mountain Partners president Chris Berry says he is really optimistic on energy metals like lithium and cobalt. “Despite the funk that a lot of the mining sector has been in for a while, it’s clear that the lithiums and cobalts will grow in terms of demand,” he told Kitco News at the Mines & Money event in Toronto. Berry is also the co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal and a speaker at the event, where he will be sharing his insights on how investors can look to get into the sector. Don’t forget to sign up for Kitco News’ Weekly Roundup – comes out every Friday to recap the hottest stories & videos of the week: http://www.kitco.com/newsletter Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for pr...

    published: 27 Sep 2016
  • Mike Beck: Lithium - The Perfect Storm with an Unprecedented Demand Profile

    To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com This is the first in a series discussing battery metals with Mike Beck who is very knowledgeable in this sector. Mike discusses his trip to London where he took in the LME week which is a meeting held by the metals industry. There was quite a buzz around nickel and a recognition that E.V. batteries will require more. The theme throughout the conference was the battery metals and it reminded him of the start of the China-led supercycle. Lithium and cobalt have been well established as an investment theme over the last year with many junior companies are entering the space. Copper is also emerging as a story due to additional demand for use in electric vehicles. In lithium there is an unp...

    published: 06 Nov 2017
  • Lithium Demand

    Why we love Lithium http://lithium.earth Bacanora Minerals, Tesla and More

    published: 02 Nov 2017
  • Money Talks: Demand for the lithium ion batteries rises

    Demand for the lithium ion batteries has been skyrocketing. Will prices keep rising or is the bubble about to burst? Azhar Sukri reports. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/

    published: 10 Jan 2017
  • Growing demand for lithium

    A growing demand for electric cars means there's an increased need for lithium, which is one of the key components in batteries in electric vehicles. Phil LeBeau reports.

    published: 26 Jul 2016
  • Galaxy Resources sees lithium demand remaining strong with electric storage booming

    May 25, 2016 -- Galaxy Resources Ltd (ASX: GXY) presented at the recent CleanTech and Technology Metals Summit held in Toronto on May 10-11th. In his presentation, Managing Director Anthony Tse explained Galaxy's duel strategy of having both hard rock and brine lithium assets — and ones spread over multiple locations (Australia, Quebec and Argentina). In this video presentation, Anthony Tse highlights his own company's achievements — such as reducing debt from about A$200 million to about $20 million — and gives a valuable insight into the global lithium market. He explains ◾That electric transportation is more than about electric cars ◾How China has switched from being a price-taker to a price-setter ◾The present structure of lithium prices ◾The future trajectory for lithium-based batter...

    published: 25 May 2016
  • Mike Beck: Nickel, Cobalt, and Lithium to Benefit From Generational Demand Shift in Commodities

    To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Mike discusses the electric vehicle market and how the consensus view is that they are getting close to parity in price with combustion engine vehicles. The E.U., USA, Japan, and China markets will all reach price parity within six years and possibly sooner. Many governments are pushing regulations requiring electric vehicles within the next few years. Manufacturing plants for electric vehicles are cheaper to build and require less floor space than combustion vehicles. Only half the capital and factory footprint are needed, and these plants are also 30% cheaper in terms of labor. Car companies are seeing the economic advantages and are moving toward phasing out combustion engines. The pa...

    published: 21 Nov 2017
  • Bourassa on the lithium price almost tripling – and Nemaska's advanced plan to meet demand

    Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSXV: NMX | OTCQX: NMKEF) intends to become a lithium hydroxide supplier and lithium carbonate supplier to the emerging lithium battery market, a market largely driven by electric vehicles, cell phones, tablets and other consumer products. The spodumene concentrate produced at Nemaska Lithium's Whabouchi mine will be shipped to the Corporation's lithium compounds processing plant to be built in Shawinigan, Quebec. April 19, 2016 -- InvestorIntel Publisher Tracy Weslosky talks to Guy Bourassa, CEO and President of Nemaska Lithium, Inc. Guy Bourassa has so far secured more than $50 million in financing for the project. In this interview Bourassa outlines: ◾How lithium consumers underestimated demand, and hence why the price has almost tripled; ◾The competitive advanta...

    published: 19 Apr 2016
  • Berry on the Tesla Powerall and the growing demand for lithium.

    May 18, 2015Chris Berry, co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, founder of House Mountain Partners, LLC and Host for InvestorIntel in an interview with Tracy Weslosky discusses the recent Tesla Motors Powerall batter announcement, the energy storage market and the impact on technology metals. Tracy Weslosky: I think you're probably the best person in the world to talk to about this big Tesla movement and the Powerall battery announcement last week. Can you talk to us about the impact on the market from this announcement? Chris Berry: Sure. You know, Tesla has been rumored to be getting into what's called the stationary battery movement for a long time as a compliment to the car business that they've really been pushing. They're coming out with two types of batteries. One is ...

    published: 18 May 2015
  • Rare Earth Minerals builds its pipeline as lithium demand continues

    8 March 2016: Kiran Morzaria, CEO of Rare Earth Minerals, discusses the continued global supply and demand imbalance and how REM is building a business to meet that shortfall. Kiran also says REM continues to look for opportunities to expand. Lithium remains one of the most coveted minerals, while not technically a 'rare earth' lithium is needed by all battery makers around the world as an important element of the manufacturing procedure. With Tesla now having started production at its Gigafactory in Nevada, this will open up new demand as the company joins in with the major manufacturers in Asia that manufacture and assemble batteries that power modern day technologies, from phones to tablets to cameras to cars.

    published: 08 Mar 2016
  • Lithium "the fuel of the future"

    Today, most of our vehicles and electric power plants run on fuels that come from petroleum. The supply of these fuels will end a few decades from now. So what would power our cars and homes? The answer may be lithium.

    published: 12 May 2016
  • Guy Bourassa of Nemaska on the “very, very big shortage” of Lithium

    The real driver for the intense global demand and price increase on lithium February 5, 2016 -- In a special InvestorIntel interview, Publisher Tracy Weslosky speaks with Guy Bourassa, President, CEO and Director for Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSXV:NMX | OTCQX:NMKEF) on the overall global lithium market and how the real source for the increasing demand for lithium is energy storage. While commenting on the distinct benefits of the electric vehicle market interest, Guy addresses the global supply shortage and how this may translate to the marketplace. Tracy Weslosky: I’m delighted to have this opportunity to talk to you about the overall lithium market. Jack Lifton is telling me that we have a bull lithium market. In fact all my editors are, John Petersen, Christopher Ecclestone, they’re all s...

    published: 27 Jan 2016
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When does Lithium demand outstrip Supply? Investment Panel

When does Lithium demand outstrip Supply? Investment Panel

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Register for the upcoming Vancouver Resource Investment Conference, January 21st & 22nd 2018, at cambridgehouse.com Panelists, Right to left: Brian Paes-Braga (Lithium X), Keturah Nathe (Iconic Minerals), Ian Scarr (Millennial Lithium), Waldo Perez (Neo Lithium) Moderator: Chris Parry From the 2017 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference Join us at an upcoming event! http://www.cambridgehouse.com Stay Connected! http://www.cambridgehouse.com/ https://twitter.com/cambridge https://www.facebook.com/cambridgehouseconferences Copyright © 2015 Cambridge House International Inc. All rights reserved.
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Lithium Demand to Dramatically Explode: EV's Becoming Affordable!

Lithium Demand to Dramatically Explode: EV's Becoming Affordable!

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Get Immediate Access to Our High-Priority Research on Bearing Lithium Corp AT: http://www.portfoliowealthglobal.com/ev/ Tom Beck's Due Dilligence on Lithium AT: http://www.portfoliowealthglobal.com/fastest-way-to-liquid-multimillionaire/
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Betting big on lithium

Betting big on lithium

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Luke Kissam, Albemarle CEO, discusses the demand for lithium due to the growing need for batteries.
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Tobias Tretter: Lithium Demand will Rise up to 300% by 2020

Tobias Tretter: Lithium Demand will Rise up to 300% by 2020

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Interview with the Fund Manager of the Structured Solutions Lithium Index Strategie Fonds. Lithium Stock | Investing in Lithium | Lithium investment | Lithium Demand
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Electric Cars Are Driving Lithium Demand   Bloomberg TV

Electric Cars Are Driving Lithium Demand Bloomberg TV

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Will Lithium Shortage Kill The EV Industry?

Will Lithium Shortage Kill The EV Industry?

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First I thought we should talk about where you can find lithium today. The truth is it’s likely on your body right now, you may be holding it in your hand, or you’re looking directly at it. But you might be surprised to know it’s also used in things like tools, aerospace equipment, military applications and backup storage for our Electric grid. And of course, Tesla’s and other electric cars // Looking to buy a Tesla S or X? Use our referral code and instantly receive $1,000 off and Free Supercharging! (limited) Get Started - https://teslanomics.co/td // It is so good for batteries that 39% of all Lithium production goes towards battery production. So what is Lithium anyway? Lithium itself is a soft, silvery-white alkali metal. It is the lightest metal and the lightest solid element. Like all alkali metals, lithium is highly reactive and flammable. So this isn’t something you’d want just laying around your house. Especially if you have a toddler running around like I do... So Lithium is a metal so it must be mined right, like copper? Well, not exactly. It’s true lithium can be mined from rocks but mostly it’s found in brine pools. Lithium is also present in seawater but there aren’t any commercially viable methods of extracting it at this time As an aside when you see a meme floating around the internet showing a giant mine where lithium comes from, it’s a lie. As of 2017, most of the world's lithium production is in South America, where lithium-containing brine is extracted from underground pools and concentrated by solar evaporation. The standard extraction technique is to evaporate water from brine. Each batch takes from 18 to 24 months. With so much demand for lithium it’s a fair question to ask... Are Tesla and others doomed? Well…not really The US Geological Survey’s report for 2017 shows that "Worldwide lithium production increased by an estimated 12% in 2016 in response to increased lithium demand for battery applications. Production in Argentina increased nearly 60%, primarily owing to a new brine operation; the leading Argentine producer also increased production. A producer in Chile reported that its production rose by 20%. Two small Australian spodumene operations, one new and one inactive since 2013, planned to begin commercial concentrate production by year end. Worldwide lithium production capacity was reported to be 49,400 tons in 2015; capacity utilization was estimated to be 64% in 2015 and 71% in 2016. Based on average projections by producers and industry analysists of about 14% growth worldwide, consumption of lithium in 2016 is projected to be about 37,800 tons, up from 33,300 tons in 2015. So the trend is going up, but when you look at the overall picture you find that owing to continuing exploration, lithium resources have increased substantially worldwide. Identified lithium resources in the United States, from continental brines, geothermal brines, hectorite, oil field brines, and pegmatites, have been revised to 6.9 million tons. Identified lithium resources in other countries have been revised to approximately 40 million tons. Identified lithium resources in Argentina and Bolivia are about 9 million tons each and in major producing countries are Australia, more than 2 million tons; Chile, more than 7.5 million tons; and China, approximately 7 million tons. Canada’s lithium resources are about 2 million tons. Congo (Kinshasa), Russia, and Serbia have resources of about 1 million tons each. Lithium resources in Brazil and Mexico are approximately 200,000 tons each and Austria, and Zimbabwe have more than 100,000 tons each. Beyond just producing more lithium, companies like Tesla have focused on creating a closed-loop battery recycling program since as early as 2011. So while Tesla drivetrains are rated to go 1M miles, and the batteries will likely last to last north of 350K miles, once the cars do get turned in, Tesla isn’t going to just throw away those precious metals. If you’re an investor in companies reliant on lithium for their batteries such as Tesla, Apple, Google, or any other company making electronics today, you shouldn’t worry about the supply chain. We’ve got a long road ahead of us and probably by the time we need to worry about a shortage of Lithium we’ll have a new way to make batteries that are even better. // Join Our Community on Patreon! We're now using Patreon as a way to build out the community of passionate, intelligent people that love the detailed analysis of the facts behind Tesla and their products. Learn more at https://teslanomics.co/patreon // Join the Convo Online fb https://fb.com/teslanomics tw https://twitter.com/teslanomicsco // Sources https://minerals.usgs.gov/minerals/pubs/commodity/lithium/mcs-2017-lithi.pdf https://pubs.usgs.gov/circ/1371/pdf/circ1371_508.pdf http://jalopnik.com/the-problem-that-could-derail-the-electric-car-revoluti-1796728488
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Lithium: Supply, Demand, Applications, Price, Outlook

Lithium: Supply, Demand, Applications, Price, Outlook

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18 Oct 2017 - Global Geoscience Limited (ASX:GSC) Chairman James D Calaway addresses the most popular questions about the lithium market: Is there enough lithium, the outlook for electric storage and electric propulsion, where supply is going to come from and where the price is headed. Speaking with The Capital Network’s Lelde Smits.
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Invest in Nickel Before it Explodes Like Lithium and Cobalt

Invest in Nickel Before it Explodes Like Lithium and Cobalt

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Nickel is used in Tesla Model 3 battery packs and demand is expected to grow, thus nickel makes an interesting and potentially positive investment. There is the possibility that it explodes like it was the case for lithium and cobalt that surged in prices and stocks accordingly. We analyze the nickel sector, look at the costs and potential short term outlook. And will discuss potential nickel stocks in future videos.
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Lithium producers gearing up to feed EV demand after UK ban on petrol and diesel vehicles

Lithium producers gearing up to feed EV demand after UK ban on petrol and diesel vehicles

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Keith Coughlan, managing director of European Metals Holdings Limited (LON:EMH, ASX:EMH) chats through the news the UK is to ban the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2040. Coughlan also updates on developments at their Cinovec lithium-tin deposit in the Czech Republic.
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The growing demand for lithium

The growing demand for lithium

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With the price of oil expected to climb, there's a growing demand for alternatively fueled vehicles. This has sparked a global interest in the natural resource lithium. It's a key ingredient in rechargeable batteries. An estimated 80 percent of the world's lithium is found in Chile, Argentina and Bolivia. Richard Reynolds reports from Salar de Atacama in Chile, the world's largest lithium producer.
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If Technology Is The Body, Lithium Is The Blood!

If Technology Is The Body, Lithium Is The Blood!

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SUPPORT INDEPENDENT MEDIA ➜ https://goo.gl/ctZVpw Patreon Alternative ➜ https://pressfortruth.ca/donate If you are watching this video on an electronic device such as a laptop or a smartphone or tablet odds are the world's lightest metal also known as lithium is involved. We are dependent on it, we interact with it on a daily basis and there is now an unquenchable demand growing for lithium in a world with a finite supply. In this this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth speaks with Jeremy Poirier of Bearing Lithium (TSXV:BRZ) about the budding lithium industry and where it's leading in the near future and how one can position themselves to profit from wise investments while feeling good about supporting free market entrepreneurship in the lithium space. For the best research and analysis about this company that I've seen visit: http://www.portfoliowealthglobal.com/EV/ To learn more visit: http://www.bearinglithium.com/ Support Independent Media: Patreon ➜ http://www.patreon.com/PressForTruth Patreon Alternative ➜ https://pressfortruth.ca/donate Paypal ➜ https://www.paypal.me/PressforTruth Bitcoin ➜ 1A88c8x7Hza96WXwcM11oC639MfrEFtT1P Ethereum ➜ 0xEce2AEf1F26373a00BDC7243d1201a98578CC67e For more info from Press For Truth visit: http://pressfortruth.ca/ Follow Dan Dicks: PATREON ➜ http://www.patreon.com/PressForTruth FACEBOOK ➜ http://www.facebook.com/PressForTruth INSTAGRAM ➜ http://instagram.com/dandickspft TWITTER ➜ http://twitter.com/#!/DanDicksPFT ➜ https://twitter.com/PressForTruth STEEMIT ➜ https://steemit.com/@pressfortruth SNAPCHAT ➜ https://www.snapchat.com/add/dandickspft Support PFT by donating ➜ https://pressfortruth.ca/donate Rock some PFT Gear ➜ http://pressfortruth.ca/shop Check out our sponsors: One World Digital Solutions: http://www.oneworlddigitalsolutions.ca/ Get your digital content box and save $50 with promo code "PFT" http://www.oneworlddigitalsolutions.ca/ AND Skunk and Panda Shatter Shack https://www.instagram.com/skunkandpandaextracts/ Visit them in Victoria or online by going here: http://www.shattershack.ca/ And Liberty Farms: https://www.instagram.com/libertyfarms/ Visit them in Squamish or online by going here: http://www.grassrootsmedicinal.ca/ https://pressfortruth.ca/register
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London Stone Securities: Blockchain & Lithium, Cryptocurrencies in big demand.

London Stone Securities: Blockchain & Lithium, Cryptocurrencies in big demand.

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Financial Fox- London Stone Securities; Director, Ranjeet Singh, The city's Big Buzz Stocks; Blockchain technology companies & Crypto-currencies are going to change the world. Lithium is great. Oil is a toil & Gold is cold! Aim stocks; Buy on the bid & know the company. Online PLC does it have a management pathway to potential mega stock status?
https://wn.com/London_Stone_Securities_Blockchain_Lithium,_Cryptocurrencies_In_Big_Demand.
The Future Lies In Lithium - Speaker

The Future Lies In Lithium - Speaker

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Although he remains bullish on gold, House Mountain Partners president Chris Berry says he is really optimistic on energy metals like lithium and cobalt. “Despite the funk that a lot of the mining sector has been in for a while, it’s clear that the lithiums and cobalts will grow in terms of demand,” he told Kitco News at the Mines & Money event in Toronto. Berry is also the co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal and a speaker at the event, where he will be sharing his insights on how investors can look to get into the sector. Don’t forget to sign up for Kitco News’ Weekly Roundup – comes out every Friday to recap the hottest stories & videos of the week: http://www.kitco.com/newsletter Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for precious metals investors: http://kitcomm.com -- Or join the conversation on social media: @KitcoNewsNOW on Twitter: http://twitter.com/kitconews --- Kitco News on Facebook: http://facebook.com/kitconews --- Kitco News on Google+: http://google.com/+kitco --- Kitco News on StockTwits: http://stocktwits.com/kitconews
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Mike Beck: Lithium - The Perfect Storm with an Unprecedented Demand Profile

Mike Beck: Lithium - The Perfect Storm with an Unprecedented Demand Profile

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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com This is the first in a series discussing battery metals with Mike Beck who is very knowledgeable in this sector. Mike discusses his trip to London where he took in the LME week which is a meeting held by the metals industry. There was quite a buzz around nickel and a recognition that E.V. batteries will require more. The theme throughout the conference was the battery metals and it reminded him of the start of the China-led supercycle. Lithium and cobalt have been well established as an investment theme over the last year with many junior companies are entering the space. Copper is also emerging as a story due to additional demand for use in electric vehicles. In lithium there is an unprecedented demand driven story combined with supply constraints. Currently, there are 200k tons of demand which is expected to increase to at least 800k by 2025. The market is constrained by long lead times to bring a mine online typically seven years. Unlike many other metals, lithium has little in the way of price elasticity. Lithium is critical to battery applications nothing else that will substitute. He has never seen such a perfect storm in a metal. Battery technology is moving toward more nickel and less cobalt. They are concerned about cobalt supply but also the fact that cobalt does not contribute to battery performance. It is used to mitigate thermal inefficiencies. Higher nickel should increase capacity and lower cost. He sees continued price increases in lithium. It’s a very reactive element. You can’t purchase and store it in a warehouse. It’s is extremely difficult to source lithium right now where future supply will come from is a real head-scratcher. There is no doubt that prices are going much higher. He discusses how to get a position in the lithium space.
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Lithium Demand

Lithium Demand

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Why we love Lithium http://lithium.earth Bacanora Minerals, Tesla and More
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Money Talks: Demand for the lithium ion batteries rises

Money Talks: Demand for the lithium ion batteries rises

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Demand for the lithium ion batteries has been skyrocketing. Will prices keep rising or is the bubble about to burst? Azhar Sukri reports. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7fWeaHhqgM4Ry-RMpM2YYw?sub_confirmation=1 Livestream: http://www.youtube.com/c/trtworld/live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TRTWorld Twitter: https://twitter.com/TRTWorld Visit our website: http://www.trtworld.com/
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Growing demand for lithium

Growing demand for lithium

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A growing demand for electric cars means there's an increased need for lithium, which is one of the key components in batteries in electric vehicles. Phil LeBeau reports.
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Galaxy Resources sees lithium demand remaining strong with electric storage booming

Galaxy Resources sees lithium demand remaining strong with electric storage booming

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May 25, 2016 -- Galaxy Resources Ltd (ASX: GXY) presented at the recent CleanTech and Technology Metals Summit held in Toronto on May 10-11th. In his presentation, Managing Director Anthony Tse explained Galaxy's duel strategy of having both hard rock and brine lithium assets — and ones spread over multiple locations (Australia, Quebec and Argentina). In this video presentation, Anthony Tse highlights his own company's achievements — such as reducing debt from about A$200 million to about $20 million — and gives a valuable insight into the global lithium market. He explains ◾That electric transportation is more than about electric cars ◾How China has switched from being a price-taker to a price-setter ◾The present structure of lithium prices ◾The future trajectory for lithium-based batteries in electricity storage For more information, email info@investorintel.com. Disclaimer: Galaxy Resources Ltd is an advertorial client for InvestorIntel Corp.
https://wn.com/Galaxy_Resources_Sees_Lithium_Demand_Remaining_Strong_With_Electric_Storage_Booming
Mike Beck: Nickel, Cobalt, and Lithium to Benefit From Generational Demand Shift in Commodities

Mike Beck: Nickel, Cobalt, and Lithium to Benefit From Generational Demand Shift in Commodities

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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Mike discusses the electric vehicle market and how the consensus view is that they are getting close to parity in price with combustion engine vehicles. The E.U., USA, Japan, and China markets will all reach price parity within six years and possibly sooner. Many governments are pushing regulations requiring electric vehicles within the next few years. Manufacturing plants for electric vehicles are cheaper to build and require less floor space than combustion vehicles. Only half the capital and factory footprint are needed, and these plants are also 30% cheaper in terms of labor. Car companies are seeing the economic advantages and are moving toward phasing out combustion engines. The passenger vehicle market will move towards 15%-20% of all vehicles sales by 2025. Mike and his team have focused on three metals that go into the battery packs. These are lithium, cobalt, and nickel. Electric vehicles require lithium for their battery packs. If you assume that 25% of passenger vehicles move to electric the world will need some six times current lithium and cobalt mine supply and three times current class one nickel supply. A lot of capital will need to be allocated to this space, and it’s quite unclear where the world will get much of the quantity of these metals. He discusses three companies that provide opportunity in each of the metal spaces. LSC Lithium (VSE:LSC.CA), Cobalt 27 (CVE:KBLT) and Gigametals (TSX.V:GIGA).
https://wn.com/Mike_Beck_Nickel,_Cobalt,_And_Lithium_To_Benefit_From_Generational_Demand_Shift_In_Commodities
Bourassa on the lithium price almost tripling – and Nemaska's advanced plan to meet demand

Bourassa on the lithium price almost tripling – and Nemaska's advanced plan to meet demand

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Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSXV: NMX | OTCQX: NMKEF) intends to become a lithium hydroxide supplier and lithium carbonate supplier to the emerging lithium battery market, a market largely driven by electric vehicles, cell phones, tablets and other consumer products. The spodumene concentrate produced at Nemaska Lithium's Whabouchi mine will be shipped to the Corporation's lithium compounds processing plant to be built in Shawinigan, Quebec. April 19, 2016 -- InvestorIntel Publisher Tracy Weslosky talks to Guy Bourassa, CEO and President of Nemaska Lithium, Inc. Guy Bourassa has so far secured more than $50 million in financing for the project. In this interview Bourassa outlines: ◾How lithium consumers underestimated demand, and hence why the price has almost tripled; ◾The competitive advantage of locating in Quebec, not the least being the hydro power available (with Hydro-Quebec having two transformation plants within 20km of the planned mine); ◾How Canada’s drive for green energy brought Federal money for a plant to demonstrate Nemaska’s process to potential clients, and ◾How Nemaska became the first lithium junior to do a $12 million deal with one of the world’s leading specialty chemical companies. Tracy Weslosky: Guy I’m going to start by congratulating you. You won so many awards recently, fastest moving stock on the OTCQX. You were the number two mining company on the TSX Venture. We had that your stock was up 166% on the OTCQX and I read somewhere that your market capitalization was up over 200% last year. Can you tell us why in these depressed market times last year you fared better and defied gravity? Guy Bourassa: Well, we were able to achieve this because we were reaching important milestones in the development of the company, mainly getting fully permitted for the Whabouchi Mine, getting Johnson Matthey to sign a MOU with us for a $12 million dollar purchase agreement of material to be produced in the future, support from the Quebec government and obviously we’re involved in lithium so we are one of the very few around the world that are fully permitted presently to start building and producing and entering this train of supply in the next couple of years. When people start realizing − when you compare with less advanced exploration projects − what we have in our portfolio: 100% ownership of the second largest and richest deposit of spodumene in the world, second only to Talison. And I insist on reserves; people brag about resource, potential resource − I’m talking about reserve that’s economically proven, second richest, second largest. We’ve developed our own process of making lithium hydroxide, lithium carbonate high purity at the lowest possible cost and the greenest way of making it. So, the more we talk about it the more, I would say, informed investors do look at the story. Tracy Weslosky: I have so many questions to ask you. Let me just jump in here. I think I read in one of your answers as well the lithium salts required for lithium batteries is one of the reasons why lithium has taken off in the last little while. Is that what you think is the primary catalyst for the demand for lithium, lithium prices? Guy Bourassa: Yes, of course. There’s an interesting normal growth for all industrial, known traditional applications for the different compounds, but in the past 5-6 years we’ve seen a very big increase in demand from batteries, all type of batteries, rechargeable batteries obviously for EV, hybrids, larger energy storage, obviously comes from a device. That, I think, was not really properly assessed by the actual suppliers and producers so there is currently a shortage of supply. There is not enough lithium − battery grade quality − that is available out there for the fast growing demand. Obviously this reflects on the price, spot price. The spot price has almost tripled in the past 6 months for lithium carbonate in China so obviously it reflects everywhere so very good place to be presently in the lithium space...to access the complete interview, click here Disclaimer: Nemaska Lithium, Inc., is an investor relations client of InvestorIntel Corp.
https://wn.com/Bourassa_On_The_Lithium_Price_Almost_Tripling_–_And_Nemaska's_Advanced_Plan_To_Meet_Demand
Berry on the Tesla Powerall and the growing demand for lithium.

Berry on the Tesla Powerall and the growing demand for lithium.

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May 18, 2015Chris Berry, co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, founder of House Mountain Partners, LLC and Host for InvestorIntel in an interview with Tracy Weslosky discusses the recent Tesla Motors Powerall batter announcement, the energy storage market and the impact on technology metals. Tracy Weslosky: I think you're probably the best person in the world to talk to about this big Tesla movement and the Powerall battery announcement last week. Can you talk to us about the impact on the market from this announcement? Chris Berry: Sure. You know, Tesla has been rumored to be getting into what's called the stationary battery movement for a long time as a compliment to the car business that they've really been pushing. They're coming out with two types of batteries. One is more, I guess, commercial, larger in scale. The other one is for your home. I think the home one is about a 7 kilowatt hour. Just to put that in perspective the average American home uses about 30 kilowatt hours of energy per day. That gives you an idea of how the Tesla offering could potentially help or supplement energy use in the home. You know, I am glad that Tesla's leading the charge, but there's a lot of competition and there's a lot of choices in the energy storage business, but it's clearly a growing market that's here to stay. Tracy Weslosky: How is this going to impact lithium? I know you're an expert on most of the technology metals, but lithium in particular comes to mind as we have had some big announcements with Cobre Montana and Critical Elements Corporation. Can you tell us what is going to happen to the demand for instance in lithium? Chris Berry: Right now lithium is in demand as it is used in about 90 different products. When we focus on the battery though what we talk about is lithium carbonate or lithium hydroxide. Lithium demand overall is growing is growing at about 8% per year. That's a pretty conservative estimate. If you talk to some other folks in the space they'll say it's 10% or 11%. I'm comfortable with 8% right now. That obviously is because of the battery business. Whether or not its electric vehicles or storage or communications devices, like the iPhone, it's really, really pushing it. What you're starting to see is tightness in the lithium space. You've got a situation where the oligopoly, which is SQM down in Chile, FMC and Albemarle, the Chinese, all have different issues, different production issues. I think it's an open question as to whether or not they'll be able to meet this budding demand from the battery business in the coming years. That really opens the door for companies, like you mentioned, Critical Elements or some of the other ones like Western Lithium or Lithium Americas, the really de-risked plays in the space, to potentially contribute in the coming years. To access the rest of this interview, click here
https://wn.com/Berry_On_The_Tesla_Powerall_And_The_Growing_Demand_For_Lithium.
Rare Earth Minerals builds its pipeline as lithium demand continues

Rare Earth Minerals builds its pipeline as lithium demand continues

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8 March 2016: Kiran Morzaria, CEO of Rare Earth Minerals, discusses the continued global supply and demand imbalance and how REM is building a business to meet that shortfall. Kiran also says REM continues to look for opportunities to expand. Lithium remains one of the most coveted minerals, while not technically a 'rare earth' lithium is needed by all battery makers around the world as an important element of the manufacturing procedure. With Tesla now having started production at its Gigafactory in Nevada, this will open up new demand as the company joins in with the major manufacturers in Asia that manufacture and assemble batteries that power modern day technologies, from phones to tablets to cameras to cars.
https://wn.com/Rare_Earth_Minerals_Builds_Its_Pipeline_As_Lithium_Demand_Continues
Lithium "the fuel of the future"

Lithium "the fuel of the future"

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Today, most of our vehicles and electric power plants run on fuels that come from petroleum. The supply of these fuels will end a few decades from now. So what would power our cars and homes? The answer may be lithium.
https://wn.com/Lithium_The_Fuel_Of_The_Future
Guy Bourassa of Nemaska on the “very, very big shortage” of Lithium

Guy Bourassa of Nemaska on the “very, very big shortage” of Lithium

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The real driver for the intense global demand and price increase on lithium February 5, 2016 -- In a special InvestorIntel interview, Publisher Tracy Weslosky speaks with Guy Bourassa, President, CEO and Director for Nemaska Lithium Inc. (TSXV:NMX | OTCQX:NMKEF) on the overall global lithium market and how the real source for the increasing demand for lithium is energy storage. While commenting on the distinct benefits of the electric vehicle market interest, Guy addresses the global supply shortage and how this may translate to the marketplace. Tracy Weslosky: I’m delighted to have this opportunity to talk to you about the overall lithium market. Jack Lifton is telling me that we have a bull lithium market. In fact all my editors are, John Petersen, Christopher Ecclestone, they’re all saying we’ve got another 5 years of intense demand and rising prices for lithium. Do you agree with this? Guy Bourassa: Absolutely, I do agree with this. As a matter of fact, I’m sure that they also noted that the only commodity in the mining sector in the past 4-5 years that I’ve been seeing an increase in demand and an increase in sales price is lithium and the different lithium compounds. What I hear from the Chinese market and the producers around the world and the market analysts is that effectively there’s a very, very big shortage actually that is reflected by the spot price that we see in China that we’ve seen for the past 3-4 months. Some people are talking about even $15,000.00 U.S. for lithium carbonate on the spot price. Of course, the spot price does not represent the real contracts, long-term contracts, but it definitely shows that somebody is looking desperately for lithium carbonate at this time and that there is none. Tracy Weslosky: Obviously that is a lot of exciting news for us at InvestorIntel and our audience. Of course, Jack Lifton is telling me the real driver for the battery market is actually China. Of course, Nemaska Lithium has made a one of a kind deal with Johnson Matthey. And as an expert in understanding the demand for batteries, can you talk to us a little about what that demand really is or help enlighten us a little bit more on what the status is at this time? Guy Bourassa: I don’t quite agree with Jack about the fact that the market is in China. Production increases in China, but their batteries and cathode material is going outside in other markets so they’re producing these batteries, but the end-users are not, absolutely not presently in China. That’s maybe going to be growing there, but it’s already growing in Europe. It’s already growing in the United States, the electric vehicle. What’s even more interesting, because people don’t believe of the rapid growth and the adoption of the electric vehicles, they have to take into consideration that on a tonnage-wise energy storage is much more important than the electric vehicle adoption. You’re going to see at least two times the number of tons of lithium compounds required for the energy storage sector. It’s less sexy I suppose than the electric vehicles, but as a manufacturer I’m absolutely delighted with the rise in the demand for energy storage….to access the full interview, click here Disclaimer: Nemaska Lithium Inc. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
https://wn.com/Guy_Bourassa_Of_Nemaska_On_The_“Very,_Very_Big_Shortage”_Of_Lithium
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