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Lithium Australia NL

Lithium Australia NL

Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

Lithium Australia NL

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Lithium Australia NL Snapshot

Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) (‘the Company’) aims to control the greatest lithium (‘Li’) resource base of any entity worldwide, producing battery-grade Li carbonate from Li micas, the ‘forgotten Li resource’.


Pilgangaoora project, Western Australia

Lithium Australia has partnered with Pilbara Minerals Limited (‘PLS’) at its Pilgangoora Li–tantalum project, located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. The project is close to developed infrastructure, including roads, rail, ports and mining services.

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Electra project, Mexico

Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) (‘LIT’ or ‘the Company’) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Alix Resources Corp of Canada (‘Alix’) to jointly develop lithium extraction technologies designed to advance Alix’s lithium concessions (together, ‘the Electra Project’) in Sonora, Mexico. Mexico’s second largest state, Sonora is located in the northwest of the country.

LIT/Alix’s Electra Project comprises two large, strategically located exploration concession applications – the Tule and Tecelote Concessions – covering 22,625 hectares.

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Last updated 26th July 2016.

Mr Adrian Griffin
Managing director

Having spent some 35 years in mining, Mr Griffin’s expertise ranges from project identification, development and financing to overseeing the operation of integrated mining and processing facilities. His substantial international experience includes diamond exploration and production and being a founder and technical director of Ferrum Crescent, an iron-ore developer in South Africa.

Mr Griffin was also a founding director of Northern Uranium and Potash West (developer of the KMax process to recover potassium and other metals from glauconite) and is a non-executive director of Reedy Lagoon Corporation. Recently, he was instrumental in identifying the global opportunity to establish lithium micas as a source feed for the lithium chemical industry.

Mr Bryan Dixon
Non-executive director

Mr Dixon boasts substantial experience in the mining sector and the management of public and listed companies. He previously held positions with KPMG, Resolute Samantha Limited, Société Générale and Archipelago Resources Plc. Mr Dixon also holds non-executive director roles with Hodges Resources Limited and Blackham Resources Limited. A chartered accountant, his project development, project acquisition, financing and corporate skills further benefit the Company.

Mr George Bauk
Non-executive chairman

Mr Bauk’s 25+ years of mining industry experience includes particular expertise in critical metals. Skilled in strategic management, business planning, the establishment of high-performing teams and capital-raising, he has held senior operational and corporate positions with WMC Resources and Arafura Resources and was managing director of Indigo Resources (formerly Western Metals).

Since 2010 Mr Bauk has been managing director and CEO of Northern Minerals, overseeing that company’s heavy rare earth project in northern Australia. This included organising a successful greenfields exploration programme, obtaining government approvals for production and co-existence agreements with traditional owners, initiating a definitive feasibility study and establishing off-take agreements with international suppliers, as well as substantial fund-raising, all of which has provided him with valuable exposure to critical metals markets – experience now directly applicable to advancing the activities of Lithium Australia.

Mr Barry Woodhouse
Company Secretary & Chief Financial Office

Mr Woodhouse has been involved in the manufacturing, mining services, exploration, mining, production (gold, oil and gas, iron ore, bauxite, lithium, copper, uranium and manganese) and information technology industries as Chairman, Director, CFO, financial controller and / or company secretary with a number of listed and private entities for a period of over 25 years.

He has had exposure to a number of jurisdictions including USA, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Europe and India. Such involvement has occurred in periods where companies are establishing or re-defining their investment strategy.

Last updated 26th July 2016.

Registered Address

Level 1, 675 Murray Street
West Perth WA 6005

Postal Address

PO Box 1088 West Perth
WA 6872

Phone: +61 (0) 8 6145 0288
Fax: +61 (0) 8 9475 0847
Email[email protected]

Directors/senior management
Mr George Bauk (Non-executive Chairman)
Mr Adrian Griffin (Managing Director)
Mr Bryan Dixon (Non-executive Director)
Mr Barry Woodhouse (CFO)

Company Secretary
Mr Barry Woodhouse

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Stock exchange listing
Shares in Lithium Australia NL are quoted on the Australian
Securities Exchange (ASX) under the trading code LIT.

Registered office
Suite 3, 23 Belgravia Street
Belmont WA 6104

PO Box 588
Belmont WA 6984

Phone +61 (0) 8 6145 0288
Fax +61 (0) 8 9475 0847
[email protected]

Share registry
Advanced Share Registry Services Limited
150 Stirling Highway
Nedlands WA 6009

PO Box 1156
Nedlands WA 6909

Phone +61 (0) 8 9389 8033
Fax +61 (0) 8 9389 7871
[email protected]

Level 1, 12 Kings Park Road
West Perth WA 6005

Phone +61 (0) 8 9226 4500
Fax +61 (0) 8 9226 4300

Legal advisors
Lawyers and Consultants
60 Havelock Street
West Perth WA 6005

PO Box 1957
West Perth WA 6872

Office: +61 8 9213 3000
Fax: +61 8 9481 7479
Mobile : +61 (0) 401 023 164

Last updated 26th July 2016.

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