and we’re disrupting lithium chemical processing to power it.

The energy revolution's arrived …

Projects > North America > Europe > Australia

North America • Electra, Mexico • MetalsTech, Canada

> Queensland • Cape York region

> Northern Territory • Bynoe

> South Australia • Kangaroo Island

Australia > Western Australia • Pilbara region • Goldfields region • Seabrook • Ravensthorpe • Greenbushes • Gascoyne • Lake Johnston • Colobark

Europe • Sadisdorf, Germany

Lithium Australia NL believes disruptive lithium chemical production will power the energy revolution that’s transforming the world as we know it.

To that end, the Company has developed SiLeach®, an exclusive technology that can process all lithium silicates into battery-grade materials without the need for ‘roasting’.

This advance on traditional processing methods is a world first.

Latest management update

Low Energy and Technology Minerals conference in Perth

Latest ASX announcements

13 February 2018
Appendix 3B 14 pages (492.4KB)

07 February 2018
LIT 121 Mining Investment Presentation 13 pages (599.6KB)

07 February 2018
Investor Presentation at 121 Mining Conference Cape Town SA 1 page (465.2KB)

01 February 2018
Lithium Australia commits to SiLeach large-scale pilot plant 3 pages (569.2KB)

31 January 2018
Quarterly Activities Report and Quarterly Cashflow Report 20 pages (2.4MB)

25 January 2018
LIT Partner Tin Int. AG Granted Key Exploration Licence 2 pages (653.5KB)

18 January 2018
Becoming a substantial holder from LIT 2 pages (127.5KB)

18 January 2018
BlackEarth Minerals NL admitted to Official List of ASX 1 page (503.7KB)

15 January 2018
LIT bolsters European strategy with German exploration licence  3 pages (850.0KB)

12 January 2018
SiLeach process is novel and inventive and patentable 1 page (514.5KB)

28 December 2017
LIT graphite spinout BEM receives conditional ASX approval 1 page (391.4KB)

20 December 2017
LIT advises RM Research report 1 page (384.7KB)

13 December 2017
LIT commences drilling at Sadisdorf Saxony Germany 3 pages (768.6KB)

08 December 2017
BlackEarth Minerals IPO has reached Minimum Subscription 1 page (614.3KB)

07 December 2017
Maiden lithium Mineral Resource estimate for Sadisdorf 53 pages (4.9MB)

05 December 2017
LIT Priority Entitlement in BEM IPO closes Thursday 1 page (613.9KB)

01 December 2017
LIT 2017 AGM Results of Meeting 2 pages (566.5KB)

01 December 2017
Chairman’s Address to Shareholders 2017 AGM  3 pages (489.9KB)

In the news

AMEC vindicates the value in downstream lithium processing

A lithium Industry in Australia 20 pages (2.2MB)
A lithium Industry in Australia
30 January 2018 – Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC)

The Association of Mining and Exploration Companies (AMEC) on behalf of its members commissioned a report “A lithium industry in Australia: A value chain analysis for downstreaming Australia’s lithium resources” by Future Smart Strategies.

Lithium players advance spin-offs 1 page (101KB)
02 January 2018 – | By Kristie Batten

METALSTECH and Lithium Australia have edged closer to demerging various battery mineral assets.

14 December

Was macht ein australisches Bergbauunternehmen mitten in der sächsischen Provinz? Im Fall von Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT; WKN: A14XX2; ISIN: AU000000LIT3) ist der Name Programm: Dank einer Kooperation mit einem Tochter-Unternehmen der Deutschen Rohstoff AG hat es die auf Lithium spezialisierte Gesellschaft nach Sadisdorf in Sachsen verschlagen. Während Tin International als Tochter der Deutschen Rohstoff AG nach Zinn sucht, soll Lithium Australia das ebenfalls im Boden befindliche Lithium fördern. Miningscout hat das Projekt Anfang Dezember 2017 besucht und sich einen Überblick verschafft.

What is an Australian mining company doing in the middle of the Saxon province? In the case of Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT, WKN: A14XX2, ISIN: AU000000LIT3), the name says it all: Thanks to a cooperation with a subsidiary of Deutsche Rohstoff AG, the company specializing in lithium went to Sadisdorf in Saxony. While Tin International, a subsidiary of Deutsche Rohstoff AG, is looking for tin, Lithium Australia is expected to produce lithium, which is also in the soil. Miningscout visited the project in early December 2017 and got an overview.

LIT to begin maiden diamond drilling at Sadisdorf
13 December 2017 – Finfeed | by Meagan Evans

Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) this morning announced that it is set to begin drilling at its Sadisdorf lithium project in Germany.

Lithium Australia announces maiden Resource estimate in Germany
07 December 2017 – Finfeed | by Geoff Tait

As the global lithium arms race continues, Australian resources companies are keen to stay ahead of developments. As a commodity, lithium is on-track to carve out its own distinct market niche fuelled by lithium-ion batteries; therefore, the chase for ample high-grade lithium resources has begun in earnest.

WA lithium in good stead for electric vehicles
07 December 2017 – National Mining Chronicle | Written by THE WEST AUSTRALIAN

UBS has lifted its expectations for global electric vehicle sales and upgraded its price forecasts for the battery commodities of lithium, graphite and nickel.

Lithium Australia nails big Lithium resource in Germany
07 December 2017 – Business News | by Matt Birney

Lithium Australia’s decision earlier this year to farm into an historic tin mine project with Lithium potential in Germany has proved to be an inspired one.

Resources Roadhouse

Lithium Australia aims for sustainability in energy metals  2 pages (438KB)
November 2017 – Resources Roadhouse |  The Inside Story By Wally Graham

Lithium Australia NL (ASX: LIT), one of the first mining companies to enter the burgeoning lithium space, aims to “close the loop on the energy metal cycle” and create a sustainable lithium future.

Lithium Australia confirms VSPC process
02 November 2017 – Newsbites Finance

Lithium Australia has confirmed the Very Small Particle Company process was capable of producing quality lithium iron phosphate cathode material.

Lithium Australia confirms VSPC process capable of producing LFP cathode material
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Lithium Australia (ASX:LIT) provided an update on Wednesday regarding testing of its Very Small Particle Company (VSPC) Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) cathode material. The material which was produced in 2012 at its pilot facility in Brisbane Australia was recently tested for electrochemical properties by an independent laboratory in Germany (Custom Cells Itzehoe GmbH).

Lithium Australia battery cathodes looking good
02 November 2017 – Business News | by Matt Birney

Lithium Australia’s proposed acquisition of a Brisbane-based Lithium-ion battery cathode developer known as the Very Small Particle Company or “VSPC”, has been boosted by news of strong test results from an independent laboratory in Germany.

Lithium Australia in funding & off-take talks for SiLeach tech
31 October 2017 – Business News | by Matt Birney

Lithium Australia are working on a range of financing options ahead of an anticipated green-light decision for a US$42m large scale pilot plant for their breakthrough Sileach Lithium processing technology.

Lithium Australia close the loop with acquisition
24 October 2017 – Business News | by Matt Birney

Lithium Australia’s highly strategic acquisition of the Brisbane-based Very Small Particle Company or “VSPC” is now only subject to shareholder approval after the successful completion of due diligence.

Lithium Australia to acquire battery cathode company
23 October 2017 – Proactive Investors Australia

Lithium Australia (ASX:LIT) has completed its due diligence for the acquisition of advanced cathode material producer, the Very Small Particle Company (VSPC).

VSPC owns proprietary processes for the production of lithium ion battery cathode material, a comprehensive pilot plant, and an advanced laboratory and testing facilities.

S&P Global Market Intelligence

Lithium Australia optimistic on acquisition of battery cathode developer 1  page (129KB)
28 September 2017 – S&P Global Market Intelligence | by Angie East

Lithium Australia NL is moving closer to the completion of due diligence on the proposed acquisition of Australian battery cathode developer Very Small Particle Co. Ltd. and the results are promising, according to Managing Director Adrian Griffin.