Alkemy has announced that the Western Australian Government’s Industrial Lands Panel has allocated an area of approximately 43.7 hectares within the Boodarie Strategic Industrial Area to Alkemy’s wholly-owned subsidiary Tees Valley Lithium for the construction of its Port Hedland lithium sulphate refinery.
The company said that Tees Valley Lithium (TVL) has been allocated land along with BP, POSCO, Fortescue Metals and Alinta Energy with the aim of making Boodarie part of an A$70 billion globally competitive Pilbara green industrial precinct.
Alkemy added that the Port Hedland LSM refinery will offer Australian spodumene producers a significant mid-stream processing option with direct access to the premium European battery market.
Alkemy Capital Investments plc (LON:ALK, FRA: JV2) is focussed on developing projects in the energy transition metals sector. Alkemy’s wholly-owned subsidiary Tees Valley Lithium is developing a state of the art lithium hydroxide plant at Teesside, UK.