SMM10, March 8 -: Mali Lithium announced that the company's Goulamina lithium mining project has obtained water permits from the Malian government to allow the company to pump water from the nearby Selingue dam.
The latest feasibility study of the Goulamina project estimates that if a concentrator with an annual capacity of 2 million tons is built, the average annual output of lithium concentrate could reach 362000 tons, totaling 5.7 million tons, within the initial mining life of 16 years.
Recently, Mali Lithium is looking for partners for its $200m Goulamina lithium mine. The company will make a final decision by the end of 2020, and the construction of the project is expected to take 18-24 months.
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