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Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 57.928.833 von married am 07.06.18 09:34:17Darauf haben wir gewartet:


Lithium Power International has dropped its lawsuit against the Chilean government after it was told it can now apply for a special operating licence for its Maricunga lithium project.

The news sent shares up 22 per cent to an intra-day high of 33c this morning.

Lithium Power (ASX:LPI) launched legal proceedings against the government early this year after they issued a permit to state-owned copper giant Codelco over tenements already owned by Lithium Power’s joint venture company.

The “special lithium operation contract” was issued under the new mining code. Lithium Power wanted to know whether Codelco would be allowed to exploit the lithium on its landholding.

However, three months of talks between Lithium Power’s JV company and the government have resulted in the company now being told they can apply for a special lithium operation contract over the Litio tenements that are subject to the new mining code.

The other tenements that make up the Maricunga project are covered under the old mining code and are not affected.
Lithium Power International (ASX:LPI) shares have more than halved since November last year.
Lithium Power International (ASX:LPI) shares have more than halved since November last year.

The special lithium operation contract is the final approval needed for Lithium Power to produce lithium under the new Chilean legislation.

The company plans to submit its application in August.

Lithium Power could not comment further on the matter.

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Hört sich gut an.
Liest sich so, als ob die Genehmigung damit so gut wie durch ist.
Das würde uns gewaltig in neue Höhen katapultieren.
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.173.143 von SeroZ am 09.07.18 21:58:14Es liegen interessante Monate vor uns.

Mein erstes Zwischenziel ist die 1 vor dem Komma.

Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.201.736 von SeroZ am 12.07.18 22:20:53

Spreche mich nächstes Frühjahr nochmals darauf an.

Bearing Closes Acquisition of Additional Interest in Maricunga JV
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Aug. 28, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bearing Lithium Corp. ("Bearing" or the "Company") (TSX Venture: BRZ) (OTCQB:BLILF) (FRANKFURT: B6K2) is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of additional interest in the Maricunga Project (the “Project”), bringing its interest to 18.02%, as was previously announced on June 25th, 2018. Bearing acquired the additional Project interest in the Maricunga joint venture company from Minera Salar Blanco SpA, a private Chilean company. The current ownership of the Project is as follows: Lithium Power International at 51.00%, Minera Salar Blanco SpA at 30.98%, and Bearing at 18.02%.

Jeremy Poirier, Bearing’s CEO and President commented: “We are pleased to have increased our ownership in the high-grade Maricunga project. This Project represents the highest-grade and most advanced pre-production lithium brine project in Chile. We are pleased with the advancement of the Project and look forward to the tabling of the Definitive Feasibility Study for the Project by the end of the year.”

So, jetzt kann es weitergehen :cool:
Ist ja ruhig geworden hier!

Schaut Euch mal das Orderbuch der letzten Tage an.
Auf HC ist man der Meinung, dass die Manipulation nach unten nun beendet ist und der "Einkäufer" scheinbar genug shares hat, so dass der Kurs nach oben frei sein könnte.

Am 3.9. ist da neue Board auch komplett. Hoffentlich kommen dann endlich mal wieder positive News hinsichtlich der CEOL Application. Laut Martin Holland müssten wir locker bei 200 Mio Market Cap. liegen! Das bedeutet rd. 150% zum jetzigen Kurs!

Was meint Ihr? Ist überhaupt noch jemand investiert?
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 58.580.444 von SeroZ am 31.08.18 10:28:29Bald wird es in den weltweiten Diskussions-Foren wieder rund gehen.

Der Startschuss ist gemacht ! Zur Erinnerung: LPI hält die Mehrheit an Minera Salar Blanco.
Und eine zweite Erinnerung: die Marktkapitaliserung von LPI liegt immer noch unter 80 Mio.
Während andere Gesellschaften ( die noch nicht so weit sind ) - wie z.B. eine AVZ bereits mit 180 Mio. oder eine AGY mit 230 Mio. bewertet ist.

Environmental study begins on two lithium projects for US $ 1,100 mills.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Two important lithium projects began yesterday their phase of environmental study before the authorities. These are initiatives announced by Albemarle and Minera Salar Blanco.
In the case of the North American firm, the Environmental Impact Study (EIA) of the Mejillones Lithium Carbonate plant, valued at approximately US $ 583 million, will be located in the Antofagasta Region.
It is a project that has an estimated production capacity of 42,500 tons of lithium carbonate per year. To achieve production, they will need approximately 130,000 m {+3} of brine coming from the Salar de Atacama, which will be originated from the improvement in the efficiency of the recovery process that has driven the company, from 83.5% to 88%. ,5%.
It is estimated that up to 1,400 workers will be needed for the construction process, while 320 will be in operation.
In the case of Minera Salar Blanco, the company controlled by Australian capitals, began the study of the site located in the Salar de Maricunga, which seeks to get fully into the national lithium industry, through a project that estimated to produce up to 20 thousand tons of lithium per year and about 58 thousand tons of potassium chloride.
Regarding the estimated amount of investment for the execution of the works and activities of the project, the figure corresponds to US $ 527 million. A useful life of the site is expected for about 24 years and for its construction, a workforce of up to 1,200 people will be required.

Original-Link: http://www.economiaynegocios.cl/noticias/noticias.asp?id=505019

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