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  1. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 27 oktober 2022 14:41
    27 October 2022
    Highlights
    FURTHER ADVANCES ON NAL RESTART
    • Restart of North American Lithium (NAL) picks up speed, with permitting and procurement 96% completed
    • New senior hires strengthen NAL management; community engagement efforts continue together with investor site visit
    • Latest progress follows selection of mining operator and rail contract for NAL, with operation on track for restart of production in Q1 2023.
    Emerging lithium producer Sayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF) has further advanced the restart of production at its North American Lithium (NAL) operation in Québec, with construction, procurement, recruitment and other activities progressing amid growing demand for lithium.
    NAL’s restart is on track for Q1 2023, with permitting applications and procurement both 96% complete as at the end of September. Construction activities also continue, with the installation of the HP300 and HP400 Cone Crushers almost complete and the Wet High Intensity Magnetic Separator (WHIMS) fully assembled, among other items. Commitments to end September totalled C$43.6 million, versus planned commitments of C$45.9 million.
    NAL’s management team has also been further strengthened with the recent appointment of Yves Desrosiers as Interim General Manager, NAL. Guy Belleau has been appointed President, Abitibi- Témiscamingue and Sylvain Collard as Chief Operating Officer for Sayona Québec, reporting to Sayona Québec CEO, Guy Laliberté.
    Importantly, there have been no lost-time incidents to date, reflecting the Company’s commitment to a Zero Tolerance policy regarding safety. Operational readiness, pre-operational and verification plans including training and process operational support have been fully mobilised to ensure an efficient and effective plant start-up.
    SAYONA MINING LIMITED
    P +61 7 3369 7058 E info@sayonamining.com.au A Suite68,283GivenTce,PaddingtonQLD
    sayonamining.com.au
    Mining contractor, Québec company L. Fournier & Fils commenced operations in October, with work to be carried out continuously (refer ASX release 27 September 2022). Sayona also recently contracted Québec rail operator Solurail Logistique Inc to deliver NAL’s spodumene (lithium) concentrate to port (refer ASX release 18 October 2022).
    NAL recently hosted an investor visit by leading investors, hosted by Sayona’s Managing Director, Brett Lynch and Piedmont Lithium’s President & CEO, Keith Phillips, highlighting the two companies’ commitment to a successful operation at NAL.
    Sayona Québec has also continued its community engagement campaign, recently hosting information events at Amos, Barraute, Laforce, Mistissini, Moffet, Preissac, Saint-Mathieu-d'Harricana and Saint-Marc- de-Figuery, among other activities as the Company works to secure a social licence to operate.
    Sayona’s Managing Director, Brett Lynch commented: “It is pleasing to see the continued progress at NAL as we advance towards the restart of production in the first quarter of 2023.
    “Lithium demand from North America and globally continues to increase and Québec is well placed to deliver, with NAL set to become the first North American local producer next year and with further value- adding planned as we move into downstream processing.”
    Left to right: Third ore sorter compressor dryer; WHIMS assembly nearing completion
    SAYONA MINING LIMITED
    P +61 7 3369 7058 E info@sayonamining.com.au A Suite68,283GivenTce,PaddingtonQLD
    sayonamining.com.au

    Investors inspect the NAL plant on a site visit held 19 October 2022
    Issued on behalf of the Board.
    For more information, please contact:
    Brett Lynch
    Managing Director
    Email: info@sayonamining.com.au
    About Sayona Mining
    For media queries, please contact:
    Anthony Fensom
    Republic PR
    Ph: +61 (0)407 112 623
    Email: anthony@republicpr.com.au
    Sayona Mining Limited is an emerging lithium producer (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF), with projects in Québec, Canada and Western Australia.
    In Québec, Sayona’s assets comprise North American Lithium together with the Authier Lithium Project and its emerging Tansim Lithium Project, supported by a strategic partnership with American lithium developer Piedmont Lithium Inc. (Nasdaq:PLL; ASX:PLL). The Company also holds a 60% stake in the Moblan Lithium Project in northern Québec.
  2. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 31 oktober 2022 13:36
    31 October 2022
    Quarter Highlights Québec, Canada

    SEPTEMBER 2022 QUARTERLY ACTIVITIES REPORT
    - North American Lithium (NAL) restart on track for first production in Q1, 2023 with permitting and procurement nearing completion and additional management and staff engaged
    - Québec company, L. Fourner & Fils, appointed as contractor to restart mining operations at NAL
    - Sayona promoted to S&P/ASX200 Index, reflecting substantial growth in market value. Western Australia
    - Morella capital raising completed to support exploration of Morella/Sayona earn-in tenure
    - Sayona exploration continues, repositioning to lithium focus over 100% owned tenements.

    Post-Quarter
    - Pre-feasibility study (PFS) launched for production of lithium carbonate at NAL
    - PFS commenced for Moblan Lithium Project, targeting development of lithium mine and concentrator
    - Québec company, Solurail Logistique Inc appointed to transport spodumene (lithium) concentrate from NAL to port
    - Annual General Meeting to be held on 16 November 2022 from 11.00am (AEDT), both in person in Brisbane, Queensland and online.
  3. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 1 november 2022 22:08
    Kort bij het vuur….
    Sayona was enige tijd geleden in S Korea.

    EcoPro BM to build battery materials plant in Canada

    Korea’s top cathode maker joins hands with Ford, SK On to benefit from US EV tax credit; POSCO Chem may expand Quebec plant

    EcoPro BM Co., South Korea’s leading battery material producer, is set to build a plant in Canada with a $704 million investment in a partnership with US automaker Ford Motor Co. and the world’s fifth-largest electric vehicle cell maker SK On Co.

    Ford, SK On and EcoPro BM are scheduled to sign a final deal for a cathode factory in Bécancour, Quebec later this year, said battery industry sources in Seoul on Monday. The three companies in July inked a letter of intent to invest 1 trillion won ($703.8 million) in the plant in North America.

    They plan to break ground for the facility in the second half of next year, which will supply cathode materials, key ingredients for lithium-ion batteries, to BlueOval SK, an EV joint venture between Ford and SK On.

    The cathode plant will be EcoPro BM’s second overseas production complex. The world’s No.2 cathode maker in December last year announced it will invest 970 billion won in building a manufacturing base in Hungary with two production lines. The company aims to start operating the first line in the second half of 2024 and the second one a year later.

    EcoPro BM plans to spend 2.8 trillion won in North America and Europe by 2026 for a target of 480,000 tons of cathode materials a year, which is enough for 6 million EVs, to deal with growing demand for the mid-to-long term. The South Korean leading cathode producer accounted for 27.6% of the global high-nickel cathode market in 2020 following the market leader Japan’s Sumitomo Metal Mining Co. with 48.8%.

    GREAT LOCATION FOR US EV TAX CREDIT

    EcoPro BM aims to proactively respond to the US EV tax credit act that favors cells with parts made in the country or its free trade partners including Canada through the plant in Quebec.

    The Biden administration will require a certain percentage of critical minerals used in EV batteries to come from those countries to be eligible for the EV tax credit of up to $7,500 per unit, according to the Inflation Reduction Act. The law is targeting the Chinese EV and battery industries.

    Quebec with abundant minerals for battery materials such as nickel was a top candidate for a production base in North America to EcoPro BM, which has been heavily relying on China for minerals and material value chains, a company official

    Canada has the world’s second and fifth biggest reserves for nickel and tungsten, while the country’s cobalt production is the eighth largest worldwide. Those ample resources created industries for mine developments, as well as related equipment and services with the country’s mining exports making up some 20% of the total overseas sales in 2019.

    Bécancour, which is close to cities on the US East Coast, is well equipped with logistics and industrial infrastructure along with raw material supply chains adjacent to mines. The city in the Centre-du-Québec region of Quebec also has ample water energy for factories, while the government of Quebec is actively attracting foreign companies to develop the secondary battery industry.

    POSCO Chemical Co., the battery materials unit of the world’s No. 6 steelmaker POSCO Holdings Inc., and US top automaker General Motors Co. in August broke ground for a cathode factory in Bécancour with a schedule to complete the facility in 2024.

    German Chemical giant BASF plans to build a plant for the materials in Quebec and South Korea’s Solus Advanced Materials has been constructing a copper foil factory there.

    POSCO CHEMICAL MAY EXPAND QUEBEC PLANT

    GM and Ford formed alliances with South Korean makers to dominate the US, the world’s third-largest EV market, by securing battery materials, components and finished products.

    Ford in July launched BlueOval SK, while GM joined hands with LG Energy Solution Inc., the world’s No. 2 EV battery maker, and POSCO Chemical. Ultium Cells LLC, a JV between GM and LG Energy, has been producing battery cells since August.

    The cathode plant in Bécancour under construction is poised to supply cathode materials to Ultium Cells.

    POSCO Group was known to consider plans to establish a battery complex there that covers the whole value chain including mineral smelting, processing and battery recycling. The group has already secured land of 350,000 square meters to build more facilities, according to the Quebec local authorities.

    “We have yet to decide on detailed plans for additional factories,” said a group official, though.

    POSCO Chemicals, which procures minerals such as lithium and nickel from mines its holding company invested in, plans to smelt and process those materials at its own plants rather than Chinese contractors.

    The company aims to quadruple its annual cathode materials capacity to 420,000 tons by 2030 from 105,000 tons this year.

    Write to Kyung-Min Kang and Hyung-Kyu Kim at kkm1026@hankyung.com

    Jongwoo Cheon edited this article.
  4. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 10 november 2022 09:46
    Zie link voor presentatie:
    sayonamining.com.au/wp/wp-content/upl...

    Sayona Mining Limited has lodged the following announcement with the ASX:
    "Presentation - Noosa Mining Investor Conference"


    Emerging lithium producer Sayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF) announced today its presentation at the Noosa Mining Investor Conference, highlighting the latest advances towards the restart of production at its North American Lithium operation.

    Sayona Finance Manager, Dougal Elder, will present at the conference from 12.15pm Qld time (1.15pm AEDT) today. His presentation can be watched online via this link:
    www.noosaminingconference.com.au/

    Sayona welcomes queries from investors attending the conference, which runs through Friday, November 11.

    A recording of the presentation will be made available post-event.
  5. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 14 november 2022 09:55
    14 November 2022
    STRATEGIC ACQUISITION OFFERS POTENTIAL SWIFT INCREASE TO NAL RESOURCE, PRODUCTION CAPACITY

    Highlights:

    • Strategic acquisition and earn-in by Sayona subsidiary North American Lithium (NAL) at Jourdan Resources’ (TSXV:JOR) Vallée Lithium Project (48 claims spanning approx. 1,997 ha), located adjacent to NAL operation
    • Opportunity to swiftly expand NAL resource base and future mine production capacity
    • NAL acquiring 20 claims outright, with right to earn up to 51% stake in remaining 28 claims of Vallée
    project, based on spending and funding milestones
    • Pegmatite targets located close to and along strike from NAL orebody; additional leases allow for further optimisation of mine design, production and infrastructure
    • NAL to acquire 9.99% shareholding in Jourdan for approx. C$1.5M, with any Vallée ore to be fast tracked through NAL plant as Sayona enhances leading lithium resource base in North America.

    wcsecure.weblink.com.au/pdf/SYA/02597...
  6. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 17 november 2022 22:28
    GM secures nickel for EV ramp-up from Vale’s new Quebec Battery Valley factory

    Fred Lambert
    GM secures nickel
    GM and Vale announced that they have come to an agreement for the former to get a significant part of the nickel sulfate that Vale plans to produce at its upcoming new Quebec Battery Valley factory.

    There’s a region in Quebec around Bécancour, just outside of the city of Trois-Rivières, that people are starting to call “Quebec’s Battery Valley.”

    The name comes from several different investments made by companies over the last few years to build an entire supply chain of battery materials in the region.

    Nouveau Monde Graphite is building an anode material processing plant. Nemaska Lithium is building a lithium processing plant.

    Posco is building a $400 million factory to produce cathode material for EV batteries.

    Vale, the largest nickel miner in the world, also announced plans to build a nickel sulfate facility in the same valley.

    Amid a battery material industry dominated by Asian companies, all these projects could end up being the first of their kind in North America.

    Interestingly, GM has been increasingly involved and has secured a lot of battery material capacity coming from Quebec’s Battery Valley.

    The American automaker has partnered with Posco on the cathode material factory. It also secured lithium supply from Livent, a partner in Nemaska Lithium, which is expected to supply the material to GM.

    Today, GM announced that it also signed a new agreement with Vale to secure a significant portion of its nickel sulfate from the upcoming new factory:

    Vale Canada Limited, a subsidiary of Vale S.A., and General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM), announced today they have signed a term sheet for the long-term supply of battery grade nickel sulfate from Vale’s proposed plant at Bécancour, Québec, Canada. This agreement secures for GM a supply of nickel sulfate from a U.S. free-trade partner to support its fast-growing EV production needs in North America.

    Under the agreement, Vale will supply up to 25,000 metric tons per year of battery-grade nickel sulfate. GM confirmed that the material will be used to support its ambitious ramp-up in electric vehicle production.

    The fact that the critical battery material is going to come from North America is also going to help GM secure the full new tax credit for EVs in the US.

    Vale is also a top supplier to Tesla, who has been known to be poking around Quebec’s battery valley lately.

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  7. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 19 november 2022 19:35
    quote:

    MisterBlues schreef op 19 november 2022 18:13:

    17 November 2022

    Sayona Mining Limited has lodged the following announcement with the ASX:
    "Northern Lithium Hub Expands in Major Acquisition"


    Highlights

    • Sayona Mining Group acquiring 1,824 claims spanning 985 sq km near Moblan Lithium Project from Troilus Gold Corp. (TSX:TLG), in major boost for northern Québec lithium hub

    • Consideration of C$40M payable in SYA stock; additional C$10M investment for 9.26% equity stake in Troilus

    • Claims adjacent to Moblan project, securing key area for potential extension to known mineralisation

    • Acquisition follows recent expansion of Abitibi hub via Vallée Lithium Project, as Sayona continues to expand North America’s leading lithium resource base amid surging demand.•

    Emerging lithium producer Sayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF) is expanding its northern lithium hub in Québec, following an agreement with Troilus Gold Corp. (TSX:TLG) concerning a significant exploration package located near the Moblan Lithium Project (SYA 60%; SOQUEM 40%).
  8. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 24 november 2022 09:07
    24 November 2022
    Highlights
    NAL RESTART PICKS UP SPEED
    • Restart of North American Lithium (NAL) further advances, with procurement 98% completed and permitting 96% finalised as of end October
    • Construction ramping up, with final installations of HP300 and HP400 cone crushers together with other major equipment
    • NAL operation on track for restart of production in Q1 2023, as Sayona continues building largest lithium resource base in North America.
    wcsecure.weblink.com.au/pdf/SYA/02602...
  9. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 24 november 2022 09:28
    Als Goldman Sachs dat gelooft, dan kan katalytisch werken!

    Eye on Lithium: The West could end EV battery ties with China by 2030 and Sayona could benefit

    All your lithium news, Thursday November 24.

    stockhead.com.au/resources/eye-on-lit...

    Goldman Sachs believes the United States and Europe could both end reliance on Chinese EV batteries by 2030 putting Sayona Mining (ASX:SYA) in a prime position as it closes in on a restart of its North American Lithium (NAL) operation Québec, Canada.

    The operation is on track to recommence production in Q1 2023 with both procurement and permitting activities nearing the finish line and construction activities ramping up.

    Mining contractors L.Fournier & Fils started operations in October with work underway and necessary equipment and personnel mobilised on site.

    Sayona is also targeting an expansion of NAL’s future mine production capacity following the recent acquisition of 48 new claims spanning nearly 2,000ha adjacent to NAL.

    “With lithium demand continuing to increase and supply remaining constrained, we are focused on achieving our targets as we build the largest lithium resource base in North America,” SYA managing director Brett Lynch says.

  10. forum rang 5 MisterBlues 24 november 2022 11:46
    Jourdan Resources Inc.
    November 14, 2022

    Highlights
    • Earn-in agreement over Jourdan Resources’ Vallée lithium project allows Jourdan to further expand its exploration towards a potential resource and future mine.
    Sayona to acquire a 9.99% shareholding in Jourdan Resources for C$1.5 million.
    • Sayona’s subsidiary, North American Lithium Inc., (“NAL”) has the right to earn up to a 51% stake in the Vallée lithium project, based on milestones.
    • Agreement allows for ore on Vallée to be fast-tracked into the NAL plant for processing.
    • Through earn-in and joint venture arrangement, Jourdan & Sayona will work in tandem to advance the Vallée lithium project as well as the region itself, including an extensive drill & exploration program for the Vallée lithium project.
    • Jourdan intends on swiftly expanding exploration throughout its three projects, the Vallée lithium project, Baillarge lithium-moly, and Preissac – La Corne ithium.
    • Sayona to appoint nominee to Jourdan’s board of directors.

    TORONTO, Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- JOURDAN RESOURCES INC. (TSXV: JOR; OTCQB: JORF; FRA:2JR1) (“Jourdan”, “Jourdan Resources”, or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that it has signed an earn-in agreement and joint venture agreement (the “Agreement”) with Sayona Mining Limited’s (ASX: SYA; OTCQB: SYAXF) (“Sayona”) subsidiary, North American Lithium Inc., in relation to the Company’s Vallée lithium project. The Company is also pleased to announce that Sayona’s subsidiary, Sayona Québec Inc., has entered into an agreement with the Company to acquire 27,000,000 common shares of the Company (the “Common Shares”), representing approximately 9.9865% of the issued and outstanding Common Shares (on a post-closing basis), at a price of $0.0556 per Common Share for gross proceeds of $1,501,200 (the “Private Placement”). The Private Placement is expected to close within two (2) business days. Upon closing of the Private Placement, Sayona will have the right to nominate one director to the Company’s board of directors. All securities issued in connection with the Private Placement will be subject to a statutory hold period of four-months and one day. Completion of the Private Placement is subject to a number of conditions, including without limitation, receipt of TSX Venture Exchange approval. No finder’s fees will be paid in connection with the Private Placement. The Company intends to use the net proceeds of the Private Placement for working capital and general corporate purposes.
  11. forum rang 5 MisterBlues 1 december 2022 10:45
    Van een ander forum (yahoo):

    11 November, 2022

    Ford, GM in Talks With Posco Chemical on Battery Metal Hubs

    (Bloomberg) -- Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., and Stellantis NV are in talks with South Korea’s Posco Chemical Co. about potentially investing in plants producing electric-vehicle battery materials in North America, according to people familiar with the matter.

    ***********

    Posco visited Sayona on September 24th, 2022.

    www.linkedin.com/posts/sayona-quebec_...

    "Nice visit at Sayona! ??Several prominent visitors came to see our facilities, including Lee Kyungsub, head of POSCO and his team.We took the opportunity to introduce them to our teams, our values, our infrastructure and thus Sayona's contribution as the first spodumene producer in North America.Thank
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  12. forum rang 5 MisterBlues 1 december 2022 10:48
    Ook interessant:

    17 November, 2022

    I am considering investing here but I am wondering if there has been any mention by management of a reverse split in the future? There are some 8.3 BILLION shares issued at the current 15 cents US. That is a heck of a lot of dilution. I figure there must be a reverse split coming to make the stock interesting to institutional investors. So, has there been any indications a reverse split is in the works?

    19 November, 2022
    Mike, You have to realize that though we are projected to go online in the first qrtr of 2023, we wont be fully up and running until 2025-2026. Do I see a reverse before that happens, not really. If and I think its a big if we are not bought by someone by then, then yes I can see a reverse as we are not Amazon. I just honestly think if all goes well, we will be bought and that wont come to fruition. Been here for over five years so this is a long trudge but the potential I feel will be VERY rewarding. True I bought most of my shares back then for pennies, but I still feel at this price it’s a great long term hold. Jmho but I would suggest going through the latest Presentations on the website Investors section. Interesting read. Good luck.

    21 November, 2022
    Mike, I feel you will get your first bump during the first 6 mo of 2023. After that one could only wish they had a crystal ball. You could cash then and keep watching and get back in at a later date. If anything happens it might be too late but it would offer you alternative uses for the proceeds and yes get back in when you can. Like I said my cost is less than half of the current spot so I dont have the capital tied up like getting in now or later would have. Your idea does have merit. I would keep watching the Co Presentations if you get out after the first bump. Just keep a finger on the trigger. All here to make money!! Good luck.
  13. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 1 december 2022 12:26
    quote:

    MisterBlues schreef op 1 december 2022 10:48:

    Ook interessant:

    17 November, 2022

    I am considering investing here but I am wondering if there has been any mention by management of a reverse split in the future? There are some 8.3 BILLION shares issued at the current 15 cents US. That is a heck of a lot of dilution. I figure there must be a reverse split coming to make the stock interesting to institutional investors. So, has there been any indications a reverse split is in the works?

    19 November, 2022
    Mike, You have to realize that though we are projected to go online in the first qrtr of 2023, we wont be fully up and running until 2025-2026. Do I see a reverse before that happens, not really. If and I think its a big if we are not bought by someone by then, then yes I can see a reverse as we are not Amazon. I just honestly think if all goes well, we will be bought and that wont come to fruition. Been here for over five years so this is a long trudge but the potential I feel will be VERY rewarding. True I bought most of my shares back then for pennies, but I still feel at this price it’s a great long term hold. Jmho but I would suggest going through the latest Presentations on the website Investors section. Interesting read. Good luck.

    21 November, 2022
    Mike, I feel you will get your first bump during the first 6 mo of 2023. After that one could only wish they had a crystal ball. You could cash then and keep watching and get back in at a later date. If anything happens it might be too late but it would offer you alternative uses for the proceeds and yes get back in when you can. Like I said my cost is less than half of the current spot so I dont have the capital tied up like getting in now or later would have. Your idea does have merit. I would keep watching the Co Presentations if you get out after the first bump. Just keep a finger on the trigger. All here to make money!! Good luck.
    Bron?
  14. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 6 december 2022 22:32
    3 tailwinds to consider for Sayona Mining shares in 2023

    Sayona Mining shares could soar due to the macro environment, its geographical diversification, and subsidiary North American Lithium’s momentum.

    Charles Archer
    Sayona Mining (ASX: SYA) shares have been careering through a wild ASX rollercoaster ride for two years now. Soaring from AU$0.01 in January 2021 to AU$0.36 by 22 April 2022, the lithium explorer then crashed to AU$0.13 by 24 June 2022, before rocketing to AU$0.33 on 9 September 2022.

    And having corrected to AU$0.23, 2023 is likely to see further volatility. But despite this, SYA shares are up 2,200% since the start of 2021. And they could have much further to go.

    Sayona Mining share price: 3 tailwinds to consider

    1. Geographical diversification

    Most emerging lithium producers have their portfolio concentrated within a single geographical territory, usually within Australia, China, Africa, or the South American lithium triangle. But Sayona is appealing because it holds multiple interests in mines in both North America and Australia, two regions with strong regulatory protection.

    In Quebec, it has assembled a northern lithium hub centred on its Moblan Lithium Project, and a southern hub centred on the North American Lithium (NAL) operation, including the potentially world-class Authier Lithium Project. NAL is expected to start production early in 2023, and SYA is analysing the potential to also engage in downstream processing.

    In Western Australia, it holds a large tenement portfolio in the world-famous Pilbara region. Its lithium projects are subject to a earn-in agreement with Morella Corporation, but it’s also exploring for gold in the region, and for graphite at the Kimberly Graphite Project.

    This geographical and metallurgical diversification could be a strong positive for investors looking to broaden their risk profile.

    2. North American Lithium Momentum

    Sayona aims to become the largest lithium producer in North America, a worthy goal in the home of Tesla, Ford, GM, and Chrysler.

    Last month, it announced a new strategic acquisition, whereby subsidiary NAL has entered an earn-in agreement with Jourdan Resources over the Vallee Lithium Project in Quebec. NAL is acquiring 20 claims out of the total of 48, spanning almost 2,000 hectares, with a right to earn a 51% majority stake in the remining 28 in the future.

    Overall, NAL is committing to spending CAD$4 million on exploration for a 25% interest, while it can get up to 51% interest by spending CAD$10 million over the next two years. Managing Director Brett Lynch believes ‘this is an excellent opportunity to swiftly expand NAL’s potential resource base, paving the way for an increase in NAL’s future mine production capacity.’

    And more recently, it’s announced that the restart of NAL has advanced, with procurement and permitting activities now 98% and 96% completed respectively. The company also notes that construction activities have ramped up, including the completed installation of HP300 and HP400 cone crushers.

    This leaves recommencement of production a near certainty in Q1. Better still, costs are being firmly controlled despite the inflationary environment, with financial commitments to the end of October totalling CAD$46.1 million, just under the allocated CAD$47.6 million.

    Once operational, the existing plant has the capacity to produce up to 220,000 tonnes of spodumene concentrate or 30 kilotons LCE per annum. However, SYA is planning to expand this production after signing the earn-in agreement with Jourdan.

    3. Macro factors

    Sayona was recently promoted to the ASX 200 as part of the September quarterly rebalance. Other than the prestige, its share price will now be supported by passive investors buying index trackers which now include the mining company.

    Lithium prices also remain elevated compared to historical norms. In China, lithium carbonate is trading for 577,500CNY/tonne, only 20,000CNY below its all-time-high last month. With demand for the silvery-alkali metal, in addition to gold and graphite, set to continue to increase through 2023, prices could stay elevated as production commences.

    Gold demand could increase as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell notes that the pace of rate increases will slow, and lithium and graphite are set to experience a demand gap as the EV revolution accelerates.

    This leaves Sayona Mining shares ideally placed for 2023.
  15. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 7 december 2022 09:05
    ASX index beaters: 5 shares that have supercharged portfolios in 2022
    James MickleboroDecember 5, 1:11 pm AEDT

    Although the ASX 200 index is on course to record a 3% decline in 2022, some ASX shares have absolutely smashed the market with supercharged returns.

    This means that if you had one or more of these ASX index beaters in your portfolio, there’s a good chance that you’ll have outperformed the benchmark this year.

    What are the ASX index beaters of 2022?

    Five standout ASX index beaters are listed below. Here’s how they have performed in 2022:

    Mineral Resources Limited (ASX: MIN)

    The Mineral Resources share price is up 56% in 2022. This has been driven largely by the the company’s exposure to lithium and the sky high prices the battery making ingredient is commanding right now.

    Myer Holdings Ltd (ASX: MYR)

    The Myer share price has been an ASX index beater this year with its gain of 61%. Investors have been buying the department store operator’s shares following the release of an impressive full year result in September. Thanks to its successful focus on profitable sales, Myer reported a 103.8% increase in net profit to $60.2 million during FY 2022.

    Origin Energy Ltd (ASX: ORG)

    The Origin share price has been a strong performer in 2022 and is up 47%. The catalyst for this was the receipt of a takeover approach in November. The energy company received an indicative, conditional, and non-binding proposal from Brookfield Asset Management and MidOcean Energy to acquire it for $9.00 cash per share. This represents a premium of almost 55% to its share price at the time.

    Pilbara Minerals Ltd (ASX: PLS)

    The Pilbara Minerals share price is another ASX index beater in 2022 with a gain of almost 34%. This has been driven by the lithium miner’s strong performance and positive outlook. In fact, the company’s outlook is so positive thanks to production growth plans and high prices, that management expects to be able to pay its maiden dividend this financial year.

    Sayona Mining Ltd (ASX: SYA)

    The Sayona Mining share price is the best performer in the group. In 2022, this lithium developer’s shares are up 66%. Sayona Mining, the third ASX lithium share in the list, is an index beater thanks to excitement around its North American Lithium (NAL) project. Management expects NAL to be producing lithium in the first quarter of 2023.
  16. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 8 december 2022 10:16
    Ja, natuurlijk, er zijn ook bedreigingen en restricties (refining bv), begrijpelijk. Sayona is het onderwerp.
    Zie ook (eindelijk) een "bewegende beelden" van de mijn.

    Lithium mine could be economic boon, but comes with risks for Quebec town
    www.thechronicle.com.au/news/world/li...
  17. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 10 december 2022 12:38
    Canada wants to speed up the approval of mining projects linked to critical minerals: "The gov wants to move towards innovation...he wants to help us develop the projects as quickly as possible" Guy Laliberté, CEO Sayona (Quebec).

    ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelle/1939879/...

    Ottawa wants to accelerate the approval of mining projects related to critical minerals
    Published yesterday at 10:01 am

    While the environmental world is gathered in Montreal for COP15 on biodiversity, Canada is seeking to reduce bureaucracy in its mining sector.

    The new Critical Minerals Strategy, of which Radio-Canada has obtained a copy, is to be unveiled Friday in Vancouver by Natural Resources Minister Jonathan Wilkinson.

    The Trudeau government wants to accelerate the development of responsible projects in the critical minerals sector, the document reads, in order to attract more investors to a future market.

    The main problem we are trying to solve is the deadlines that slow down mining projects, says a high-ranking government source.

    It can take 5 to 25 years between the discovery of a deposit and the beginning of a mine operation, she continues.

    Ottawa wants to reduce these delays, but does not yet have targets in mind on an acceptable target.

    We need to accelerate the whole process, if we want Canada to be competitive in a sector of the future, adds a government source.

    There is no question of relaxing environmental rules, adds this source, but rather of reducing bureaucracy, while protecting the environment and respecting indigenous peoples.

    In particular, Ottawa wants to agree with the provinces and territories to better harmonize environmental impact studies. The federal government also wants to simplify the process of obtaining permits for all levels of government.

    It takes us 136 different permits before we can open our mine, he confides. The government wants to move towards innovation, continues Mr. Laliberté. He wants to help us develop projects as quickly as possible.

    Pillars of the 21st century economy

    Global demand for critical minerals is skyrocketing, because they are essential for the manufacture of batteries for electric cars and electronic devices, as well as for the construction of solar panels and wind turbines.

    Critical minerals, such as cobalt, graphite and lithium, are important pillars of the 21st century economy.

    However, at the moment, China controls 80% of the refining of critical minerals and 77% of the manufacturing capacity of battery cells for electric vehicles. Ore is mainly extracted in Australia and South America.

    Canadian soil is also full of many of these minerals. But Canada has fallen far behind in exploration, exploitation and transformation.

    The Canadian Critical Minerals Strategy therefore details the actions to be taken in Canada, in order to become a leader in the field, and to offer an alternative solution to European and American investors looking for reliable sources of supply.

    This is an opportunity for a generation not to be missed, says the Minister of Natural Resources, Jonathan Wilkinson, in the preamble of the Strategy.

    There are places like China and Russia, providers of these minerals, which are less and less reliable. There is an opportunity for Canada to provide the resources we all need in the transition to a carbon-neutral world, said Prime Minister Trudeau on the sidelines of COP15 in Montreal on Tuesday.

    Ottawa's Critical Minerals Strategy is based on $4 billion in investments. Canada hopes to derive long-term economic benefits.

    For example, a battery supply chain in Canada would have the potential to generate direct benefits of up to $24 billion by 2030 and to support the creation of 80,000 jobs.

    Taking into account related sectors, the indirect benefits could reach $59 billion and reach 333,000 jobs, the document reads.
  18. forum rang 9 nine_inch_nerd 12 december 2022 10:10
    12 December 2022

    Sayona Mining Limited has lodged the following announcement with the ASX:
    "Final Permit Awarded For NAL Restart"

    Highlights

    • Final permit awarded for restart of North American Lithium (NAL) operation in Québec

    • NAL equipment and facilities significantly upgraded ahead of recommencement of spodumene (lithium) production in Q1 2023

    • Sayona on track to become only producer of lithium concentrate in Québec, with plans to move downstream into lithium carbonate/hydroxide production amid accelerating demand.

    Emerging lithium producer Sayona Mining Limited (ASX:SYA; OTCQB:SYAXF) has effectively de-risked its North American Lithium (operation) in Québec, Canada, with the award of the final permit for NAL’s restart ahead of the planned recommencement of production in the first quarter of 2023.

    The completion of the permitting process follows an extensive process by Sayona Québec, with the aim of ensuring the successful restart of NAL’s lithium mine and concentrator in compliance with all necessary environmental regulations and obligations.

    The latest regulatory approval is among more than 130 permits to resume mining operations obtained from provincial and federal government authorities, including the Ministère de l'Environnement, de la Lutte contre les changements climatiques, de la Faune et des Parcs (MELCCFP), the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et des Forêts (MRNF) and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO).

    Sayona has significantly upgraded the equipment and facilities of the NAL complex to ensure the successful optimisation of production, while respecting the highest environmental standards. As of the end of October 2022, procurement was 98% completed, with construction activities ramping up and mining contractors on-site.
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