Albemarle Begins Earthworks at Kemerton Project, Remains On-Target in Western Australia Expansions
January 2, 2019
Albemarle recently received the required environmental approval from the Australian federal and state government for the Kemerton plant.
"The site earthworks at Kemerton today are on track with our projections," said
As previously disclosed, the Kemerton plant would have an initial capacity of 60,000 metric tons of LiOH with an ability to expand to 100,000 metric tons over time. The commissioning of the Kemerton site is expected to start in stages during the course of 2021.
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