By Jocelyn Aspa
The lithium sector was a hot commodity in 2016. Here’s what some companies had to say about the year, and what they’re looking forward to in 2017.
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Representatives from Nemaska Lithium, Western Lithium, Avalon Rare Metals and Lithium X comment on the lithium outlook for 2016.
A look at the lithium outlook for 2016. Comments from Joe Lowry of Global Lithium, Chris Berry of House Mountain Partners and the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, Andrew Miller of Benchmark Mineral Intelligence and Jon Hykawy of Stormcrow Capital
As many following the resource markets will know, oil has fallen drastically as of late, while lithium has been a relative bright spot in the resource space. That said, it’s worth taking a look at how weak oil prices could effect the market for the energy metal.
Between the activity of major lithium producers, mining in China and developments in the wider electric vehicle market, there will be plenty to watch for in the lithium space in 2015. Chris Berry sees continued consolidation in the cards, and believes that while some new supply is expected to enter