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Lithium Power International Limited (Lithium Power or LPI) is a diversified pure-play lithium explorer with its head office in Sydney, Australia and satellite offices in Buenos Aries, Argentina and Santiago, Chile. The Company is focused on exploration of prospective lithium regions across Western Australia and South America.

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Lithium Power offers a diversified exploration strategy between hard rock spodumene lithium in Australia, and lithium brine salars in South America.

Since mid 2015, the lithium spot price has rallied strongly due to supply being unable to satisfy increasing battery demand.

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Lithium Power understands that identifying new lithium orebodies will be a key driver to increasing future shareholder value. Together the Board of Directors, management and technical team have over 160 years combined experience across mining, lithium exploration, and strategic transactions.

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World-class lithium projects in Australia and South America

  • On 13th September 2016, Lithium Power announced the creation of a new JV to develop the world-class Maricunga lithium brine deposit in northern Chile.
  • Lithium Power’s tenement portfolio in Australia covers a combined area of 603km2 across both the Pilgangoora/Pilbara and the Greenbushes regions of Western Australia.
  • In Argentina, Lithium Power has acquired a number of properties located within the Centenario Salar on the Puna Plateau region of the Central Andes.
  • The global demand for lithium is forecast to increase significantly over the next 5 years from 2015 to 2020, based on CRU forecasts.
  • Lithium Power has an experienced management and technical team, with a proven track record of delivering successful outcomes.
  • Lithium Power has a well-defined strategy to secure listing on the Australian Stock Exchange and deliver future shareholder value.

The Movement is Electric

Square Kilometre Lithium Portfolio covering Australia and South America


USD/t spot in China based (refer Asian Metal website)


% increase in lithium carbonate spot price in China over the last 12mths


% of the world’s lithium supply comes from 5 producers


Electric Vehicles only sold globally in 2015


$ Billion Tesla's Market capitalisation

Strong lithium demand outlook
Lithium prices have increased from US$5,000/t in 2015 to in excess of US$20,000/t in March 2016 (source: Asian Metal spot price in China). Global demand for lithium is expected to remain strong over the next 5yrs to 2020, driven by growth in lithium-ion battery production for electric & hybrid cars, consumer electronics, and renewable grid storage (refer CRU report in LPI prospectus).
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