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Pilbara Minerals, POSCO evaluate bigger downstream processor

PILBARA Minerals and partner POSCO have signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding to consider a larger jointly-owned chemical conversion facility.

 Yet more expansion could be considered at Pilgangoora.

Yet more expansion could be considered at Pilgangoora.

The two had originally been considering a 30,000 tonne per annum lithium carbonate equivalent plant, however, customer demand has them upping that to 40,000tpa. The plant will still be based on the...

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