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Australian lithium developer Liontown Resources said Friday it will increase initial capacity of its Kathleen Valley project in Western Australia by 20%, Kallanish reports. The company is now planning a 3 million tonnes/year plant throughput capacity, compared to the original 2.5m t/y. The expansion is expected to result in additional spodumene concentrate (6% lithium oxide) being available “early” in the project life for spot sale or through increment…
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