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Posted at 22/11/2023 10:54 by ukgeorge
From share price Angel

Company News

Atlantic Lithium* (ALL LN) 26.6p, Mkt Cap £165m – Atlantic to start initial production at the Ewoyaa lithium project in early 2025

(Ewoyaa Ownership: 40.5% Atlantic, 40.5% Piedmont, 6% MIIF Sovereign Wealth fund, 13% government of Ghana)


Work is underway in planning for the construction of the Ewoyaa lithium mine and processing plant next year.
First spodumene concentrate production should roll off in early 2025 from the DMS ‘Dense Media Separation’ plant with construction of the flotation plant to start shortly after.
The Atlantic team have received the necessary permit for electrical power offtake from the Ghana grid which is reported to cut power costs by 30-50%. Ghana.
Ghana has over >7,000Gwh of hydropower capacity generating just over 35% of the countries needs.
The Atlantic team is busy working to prepare the way for construction next year on the:
EPCM ‘Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Management‘ for the main process plant and other infrastructure
Tendering for mining contractor and DMS procurement with DRA advising
Tendering for the mobile crusher to feed the DMS
Contract to move the high-tension transmission lines which cross the project site. This should happen in Q2 2024
Scoping study for the Flotation plant to follow on from the DMS plant. This will improve the overall performance of the plant.
Feldspar resource estimate due this year to support study for by-product production for local ceramics industry
EPCM on potential for lithium conversion plant in Ghana, as agreed in the terms of the grant of the Ewoyaa mining lease.
2.7mtpa flotation study supports viability of processing fines and the middlings along with enhanced recovery of P2 finer-grained pegmatite material.
Recruitment of three general managers for the mine development and ongoing operation:
Ahmed-Salim Adam joins as General Manager, Operations. He is an accomplished mining General Manager with >15 years' experience in Ghana.
Andrew Henry joins General Manager, Commercial and Finance. Previously Andrew was at Allkem, a lithium chemicals company and also Newcrest Mining.
Simone Horsfall joins General Manager, People. Previously Simone was a senior human resources professional at AngloGold Ashanti and at 29Metals.
“Following ministerial grant of the Mining Lease for the Project in October 2023, representatives of the Government of Ghana have publicly expressed their desire to ratify the Mining Lease before the end of the calendar year.

Concurrently, the Company is undergoing activities to obtain the necessary approvals and permits required ahead of construction of the Project.”

*SP Angel acts as Nomad to Atlantic Lithium. Two mining analysts from share price Angel recently visited the Ewoyaa mine site in Ghana and drove onto Takoradi to check the quality of the road to port. Our analysts also visited the Ministry of Minerals Commission and MIIF, the Ghana Minerals Income Investment Fund.
Posted at 15/11/2023 18:34 by pauliewonder
UPDATE: Assore 'disappointed' by Atlantic Lithium takeover rejection Writer, Alliance News Wednesday, November 15, 2023 - 13:54Assore International Holdings Ltd, the major shareholder of Atlantic Lithium Ltd, on Wednesday said the latter missed out on an 'attractive' deal by rejecting its acquisition offers.Atlantic Lithium, which has lithium exploration and development assets in Ghana and Ivory Coast, said on Wednesday morning that it had rejected two non-binding indicative takeover offers from Assore, a Johannesburg-based mining company.Atlantic Lithium shares surged 21% on Wednesday morning after it disclosed the rejections. They were up 22% at 25.24 pence each that afternoon.In both approaches, the first of which was in early October, Assore offered to pay A$0.63 or 33 pence per share in cash. However, Atlantic Lithium believed the proposed consideration 'undervalued' the company and its future potential.Later on Wednesday, Assore responded that its offer 'represented a highly compelling opportunity' for all shareholders to 'realise certainty of value' on their stakes in Atlantic Lithium. It noted that the offer price represented a 54% premium on Atlantic's closing price of A$0.41 or 21p per share on November 6.'Assore is disappointed that the committee has decided not to engage with [us] to facilitate itsshareholders receiving the benefits of the proposed offer,' the firm commented. The offer, it added, would have 'delivered an attractive price and the certainty of a fully funded cash offer from a party whose strong knowledge of the business, and industry, would have enabled speed and certainty of execution.'Earlier on Wednesday, Atlantic noted the near-term producer status of its Ewoyaa project on the Cape Coast in southern Ghana, as well as a pending investment from the Ghanaian government's Minerals Income Investment Fund. It also believed Assore's offers did not account for 'the positive near-term outlook for lithium project developers.'In its response, Assore said it had 'actively supported' Atlantic Lithium's work on Ewoyaa, and 'in its establishment of a strong and mutually beneficial relationship' with the Ghanaian government.'As Atlantic's major shareholder Assore looks forward to the government of Ghana'scontinued good relationship with Atlantic and continued support for the development of Ewoyaa,' Assore added.
Posted at 01/10/2023 18:04 by echoridge
News has already come, which you are needlessly discounting and instead, making a common mistake and putting way too much emphasis on the share price's disappointing share price performance currently. Management's huge accomplishments to date, from growing the asset to unprecedented insider share buying, to gaining the commitments from both Piedmont and the local SWF, to Neil's almost unbelievable revelation regarding offtake demand and therefore the Company's massive cash inflow expectations in Q1 next year, have not yet been anywhere near adequately reflected in the share price not - as you obviously think - because of some poisonous hidden fear in the market, but rather from mostly some very old-fashioned large holders' forced selling as well as a continued miserable environment for AIM small caps. Sure, there is an exaggerated fear surrounding the issue of the ML (which Neil was - again - wildly bullish about in the webinar. I've known him for 20 years and he is a boy scout. He wouldn't have said what he did if he didn't honestly believe it), but small shareholders need to understand that the other reasons I mentioned are more influential at present but also, by their very nature, temporary. Translation: this share price is a coiled spring and one only really needs a bit of patience to see a significant return.
Posted at 08/9/2023 13:47 by sipptrader88
Yes indeed UK George the share price Angel note sure puts the recent "games played" into perspective and I guess a few weak hands lost some shares in the process.......Apart from MIIF investment ...certain individuals will have "worked out" or "helped to work out" what's being going down and will be coming through...and I sure a few RIs have accumulated without risk!

The share price Angel note sure also puts the mind at rest and looks to cement our price for now in the region of 50p + when PI/RI catch on to the opportunity presented here in ALL at 26p. There is definately no need for us to be below the Blue Orca short from 38p odd.

The MIIF is 95% coming through on the good terms presented today!

The ML is 99% coming through!

There will be cash of £26m to explore some of the other 97% land licences

There will be a new offtake for the other available 50% which will give us more than enough for our extra mine build capex and plenty left over.

There will be excellent revenue realised and faster than previously perceived.

There will be no need to dilute shareholders to raise capital unless it's adding more proportional value to ALL.

What's not to like about 26p....GLA
Posted at 08/9/2023 09:58 by ukgeorge
From SPAngel

Company News

Atlantic Lithium* (ALL LN) 25p, Mkt Cap £152m – Ghana Sovereign Wealth Fund signs non-binding heads of terms to buy 6% of Ewoyaa and the wider Ghana portfolio for US$27.9m alongside $5m placement at 41p/s


(Piedmont can earn into up to 50% of the Ewoyaa lithium project through the expenditure of around 70% of the project capex)

This is a refreshingly good day for mining in Ghana as well as a good day for Atlantic Lithium.

Negotiations with MIIF, the Minerals Income Investment Fund have progressed with the singing of non-binding heads of terms for a direct ‘contributing’ investment of US$27.9m into 6% of Atlantic’s Cape Coast portfolio including the Ewoyaa project.
The term ‘contributing’ is all important as it tells us that Ghana is not demanding something for nothing, as some other African nations are wont to do.
MIIF is also investing US$5m directly into Atlantic Lithium by way of a share placing at 21p/s and are subject to a series of lock-up dates.
If MIIF does not contribute to its share of the funding the MIIF fund will be diluted down.

Options: MIIF are also taking warrants at a 40% premium to the subscription price of 21p/s on a two-for-one basis with an 18-month term indicating that they expect to make a profit on the stock over a relatively short period.
The total investment is $32.9m
MIIF is effectively buying into five Ghanian subsidiaries and is committing to stand its corner as a partner with Atlantic Lithium.
This very much better than we had expected and shows MIIF to be working and acting as a true Sovereign Fund.

Director: MIIF also get to place a director at the Ghanaian subsidiary level and have a right to bid for Ewoyaa's available offtake.
Piedmont currently has a first right to acquire up to 50% off the offtake leaving the other 50% up for grabs.

Ghana press: Statements in the Ghana press had led investors to expect potential changes to mineral legislation in Ghana through rising royalties, free carry stakes, a potential ban on the export of DSO and concentrate material.
We are pleased to see none of this in today’s statement.

Mining license: We believe today’s deal with MIIF is a precursor to the award of the mining license by the MinCom, the Minerals Commission.
Capex: US$185m for Eowyaa DMS and second state flotation plant
Piedmont is contributing an initial $70m to the development of Ewoyaa and is likely to raise its investment if required due to its pressing need for spodumene concentrate.

Offtake: We believe Atlantic can use offers for offtake to potentially fund its share of the capex for the Ewoyaa project and reckon their remaining 50% share could command >US$100m in the market due to ongoing strong demand for spodumene concentrates.

Production: 350,000tpa SC6% spodumene concentrate from 2025.
Non-binding agreement: We have met with the MIIF team at their offices in Ghana. They are very professional, and we would be surprised if the non-binding agreement did not come to fruition. Having said that, nothing is ever concluded till final signatures are in place.

Ghana government: While the MIIF fund is not the Government of Ghana it does represent the nation from a financial perspective. We would expect a degree of coordination between the wishes of the government and the MIIF fund and we view today’s deal as declaring that Ghana is open for business for battery metals mining and exports.
While the government always retains the option to impose new rules and regulations, we see MIIF as having done much of the financial negotiation with the Government’s Minerals Commission focussing on other more practical and strategic matters.
Future exploration and development: Having MIIF as a partner is a hugely symbolic step towards a new and ongoing partnership with the government to the benefit of both parties and feels like a rare statement of practical support towards a Western company operating in Africa.

MIIF’s 6% partnership in the ‘Cape Coast’ licenses including the licenses within ‘Joy Transporters’ indicates to us that MIIF wishes to support further exploration and development for lithium.

Edward Nana Yaw Koranteng, CEO at MIIF states:
"The Minerals Income Investment Fund of Ghana is a minerals sovereign wealth fund with an underlying objective of supporting the growth of mining in Ghana and providing a de-risking option for investors in the mining space in Ghana. The investment in Atlantic Lithium underscores this underlying objective and is indeed a watershed moment as this is our first investment in the lithium space globally. The Ewoyaa project is world class, with huge prospects in the other tenements under Atlantic Lithium.

"The acquisition of a 6% contributing interest in the Company's Ghanaian subsidiaries will support the funding of ongoing capital and exploration expenditure requirements across Ewoyaa and the broader Atlantic Lithium portfolio. This is just our initial investment in Atlantic Lithium and its Ghanaian subsidiaries. We hope to later invest in the value chain and the development of other by-products, such as feldspar, in line with the Government of Ghana's critical minerals policy.

"Our investment highlights Ghana as arguably the best mining investment destination in Africa in view of the options MIIF provides to investors. For us at MIIF, this is the start of a partnership with Atlantic Lithium beyond Ghana. We are confident that this initial investment will enhance and accelerate Ghana's efforts as an African critical minerals hub and to establish the country's position in the global EV supply chain."

Recommendation: We are raising our recommendation to Strong Buy from Buy. Today’s news is very much better than we had expected given recent speculation and statements in the Ghana press.

The deal with MIIF goes a long way to de-risking the project in our view and we expect Atlantic to receive its mining license in short order and for construction to start relatively quickly

*SP Angel acts as Nomad to Atlantic Lithium. Two mining analysts from share price Angel recently visited the Ewoyaa mine site in Ghana and drove onto Takoradi to check the quality of the road to port. Our intrepid analysts also visited the Ministry of Minerals Commission and MIIF, the Ghana Minerals Income Investment Fund.
Posted at 08/9/2023 07:46 by steeplejack
Hopefully this will establish a base from which the share price can steadily recover.The Ghanian Mineral fund have taken a stake at a price that is around a third of the share price that prevailed when interest was first muted.Canny dealing then :).Not really a surprise.There are lock in periods.A bit surprising,will the mineral fund be trading in due course!There are warrants with a strike price around the 30p mark and they should be in the money pretty swiftly i reckon.At least this goes a long way to discredit the shorters who punctured the price a year back when it was mid 30s.
Posted at 22/8/2023 10:18 by ukgeorge
From SPAngel

Company News
Atlantic Lithium* (ALL LN) 21p, Mkt Cap £128m – Len Kolff acquires 3m shares in Atlantic

(Piedmonth can earn into up to 50% of the Ewoyaa lithium project through the expenditure of around 70% of the project capex)

• Atlantic Lithium report the acquisition of 3m new ESOP (employee stock ownership plan) shares at 30p/s for a total consideration of £900,000.
• The purchase along with other recent director stock buying brings the board’s total stock ownership to 2.96% of the company.
• Len Kolff worked as the acting CEO of Atlantic Lithium following the passing of Vincent Mascolo last year .
• Kolff continues to work, as head of business development and chief geologist, on extending and further defining the lithium-in-spodumene resource at Ewoyaa in Ghana and is a dedicated and critical part of the Atlantic Lithium team.
• Institutional investors like to see management buying and holding stock.
• Keith Muller, Altantic’s CEO, is also incentivised to see the shares go higher and also holds the following stock options:
o 2m @ 50p,
o 2m @ 60p
o 2m @ 70p.
• Atlantic’s recent director purchases should lend confidence to the market and hopefully reward all involved.
• News over the new ‘Green Minerals’ fiscal regime in the Ghana press has unsettled investors and led to a significant decline in Atlantic’s share price.
• We believe settlement of the fiscal agreement between Atlantic and the government of Ghana should be relatively close and we look forward to the issuance of a mining license for the Ewoyaa lithium project over the next two or three months.
*SP Angel acts as Nomad to Atlantic Lithium. Two mining analysts from share price Angel recently visited the Ewoyaa mine site in Ghana and drove onto Takoradi to check the quality of the road to port. Our intrepid analysts also visited the Ministry of Minerals Commission and MIIF, the Ghana Minerals Income Investment Fund.
Posted at 08/8/2023 09:56 by ukgeorge
From SPAngel

Atlantic Lithium* (ALL LN) 22.9p, Mkt Cap £138m – Infill and extension drilling shows high-grade results. Green minerals press speculation in Ghana.
(Piedmonth can earn into up to 50% of the Ewoyaa lithium project through the expenditure of around 70% of the project capex)

• Atlantic Lithium have responded to press speculation in Ghana in relation to potential new government legislation on ‘green minerals’ including lithium.
• Speculation suggests the government may impose a sliding scale royalty scheme with royalties exceeding gold royalties at certain price levels.
• The state’s carried interest is also expected to rise modestly from the current rate required from gold miners.
• We understand the government is keen to see downstream processing in Ghana but we are also told miners should be allowed to export lithium concentrates till a refinery is built.
• This follows a similar pattern to the gold industry where gold miners were allowed to export gold concentrates and dore but are now required to refine gold in Ghana.
• The government of Ghana has an underlying right to buy all minerals produced in country and like most other nations is understandably keen to see value added in country.
• Management are in regular and ongoing discussion with the Minerals Commission for the early development of the Ewoyaa lithium mine.
• Livista, a European refinery company, is currently considering a site which it has been offered close to the port of Takoradi for the construction of its first non-European lithium refinery.
• Infill and Extensional drill results:
• Management report results from the latest 5,444m of infill and exploration drilling at Ewoyaa as part of a larger 18,500m drill program.
• Two share price Angel mining analysts were recently at site to see Geodrills’ magnificent EDN2000HC automated drill rig churning out reverse circulation chippings with round the clock supervision and logging of drill chips.
• Drilling is designed to increase the proportion of ‘Indicated Resources’ from lower confidence ‘Inferred resources’ at Ewoyaa South-2 for future mine scheduling and resource growth.
• Intersections include:
o 23m at 1.75% Li2O from 184m
o 15m at 1.3% Li2O from 68m
o 14m at 1.27% Li2O from 48m
o 9m at 1.57% Li2O from 263m
o 14m at 0.99% Li2O from 6m
o 11m at 1.22% Li2O from 65m
o 13m at 0.97% Li2O from 96m
o 10m at 1.22% Li2O from 202m
o 9m at 1.33% Li2O from 94m
o 11m at 0.98% Li2O from 106m
• Seismic survey using passive seismic is being demobilised due to limitations with not all known pegmatites identified by the survey.
• The survey did identify a 10m wide pegmatite, an extension of a known pegmatite though the survey generally saw limitations on targets less than 20m true thickness.
• The team see greater value in drilling now the seismic survey has shown how the structures run.
• Broader exploration will continue to use soil sampling, geophysics and auger drilling ahead of RC drill testing.

Conclusion: The government of Ghana is treading carefully with its new ‘Green minerals’ legislation. Ministers do not want to risk losing out on investment at a critical time for the ‘Green metals’ industry by imposing overly harsh royalty, ownership and export regimes which could cause investment to move to other countries for lithium and other green metals supplies. Ewoyaa remains on track to be Ghana's first lithium mine and is currently waiting on the government to settle on its new ‘Green minerals’ regime for its mining license.

*SP Angel acts as Nomad to Atlantic Lithium. Two mining analysts from share price Angel recently visited the Ewoyaa mine site in Ghana and drove onto Takoradi to check the quality of the road to port and see the infrastructure for the potential new Livista refinery site. Our intrepid analysts also visited the Ministry of Minerals Commission and MIIF, the Ghana Minerals Income Investment Fund.
Posted at 22/5/2023 10:45 by mikethebike4
Feb 2023

What Are Sodium-Ion Batteries, and Could They Replace Lithium?
Sodium-ion (Na-ion) batteries use sodium ions instead of lithium ions to store and deliver power. Sodium is much more abundant and environmentally friendly than lithium, but there are still several challenges left to make sodium-ion batteries the new battery champion.
Batteries are becoming crucial to everyday life, and whoever comes up with a better battery has the world on a platter. Sodium-ion batteries are a top contender to the crown held by lithium-ion batteries, but what exactly makes them special?
What Is a Sodium-Ion Battery?
Sodium-ion batteries are batteries that use sodium ions (tiny particles with a positive charge) instead of lithium ions to store and release energy. Sodium-ion batteries started showing commercial viability in the 1990s as a possible alternative to lithium-ion batteries, the kind commonly used in phones and electric cars.
How Sodium-Ion Batteries Work
Sodium-ion batteries, also called Na-ion batteries, use a chemical reaction to store and release electrical energy. Like all batteries, they have two electrodes (a positive electrode and a negative electrode) separated by an electrolyte, which is a special substance that allows ions (tiny particles with a positive or negative charge) to move between the electrodes.

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Sodium-ion batteries work similarly to lithium-ion batteries, but they use sodium ions instead of lithium ions. The choice of materials for the electrodes and electrolytes can affect the performance and lifespan of the battery, so researchers are constantly experimenting with different combinations to find the best combination of cost, performance, and safety. Generally, the cathode (the negative electrode) and electrolyte contain sodium.
What Makes Sodium-Ion Batteries Great?
Lithium-ion batteries rule the roost at the moment, and there’s plenty of research to make them even better than they are right now. Still, sodium-ion batteries have a few distinct advantages over them.
· Sodium is a much more abundant element than lithium, making it easier and cheaper to obtain. This could make sodium-ion batteries less expensive to manufacture than lithium-ion batteries and more environmentally friendly to boot!
· Sodium-ion batteries have the potential to offer similar energy density as lithium-ion batteries, making them suitable for a wide range of similar applications, although they aren’t quite there yet.
· Sodium-ion batteries are generally considered safer than lithium-ion batteries, as they are less prone to overheating and catching fire. Although several experimental lithium batteries have shown incredible resistance to damage that would make current batteries explode.
The Drawbacks of Sodium-Ion Batteries
There’s no such thing as perfect battery technology, and there are a few reasons sodium-ion batteries haven’t taken over from lithium yet.
· Sodium-ion batteries have a lower voltage (2.5V) than lithium-ion batteries (3.7V), which means they may not be suitable for high-power applications that require a lot of energy to be delivered quickly.
· They have a slower charge/discharge rate than lithium-ion batteries, which may not be suitable for applications that require a lot of power to be delivered quickly (such as electric vehicles).
· Sodium-ion batteries still have limited charge cycles before the battery begins to degrade, and some lithium-ion battery chemistries (such as LiFeP04) can reach 10,000 cycles before degrading.
Apart from these technical pros and cons, the manufacturing chain for sodium-ion batteries still has some kinks to sort out before it can become a widespread commercial product. Not to mention that engineers and scientists are working on solutions to this battery technology’s remaining weak points.
The Present and Future Potential of Sodium-Ion Batteries
Researchers and companies around the world are working to improve the performance and commercial viability of sodium-ion batteries. Some key areas of focus include improving the energy density and voltage of sodium-ion batteries, as well as increasing their lifespan and charge/discharge rate.
If these efforts are successful, sodium-ion batteries could become a viable alternative to lithium-ion batteries in the future. They could potentially be used in various applications, including portable electronics, electric vehicles, and stationary energy storage systems.

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In 2022, researchers at the US Department of Energy made a major breakthrough in improving the durability of sodium-ion batteries. By changing some of the chemistry in the battery, the prototype coin-sized batteries lasted in excess of 300 cycles while maintaining more than 90% capacity. However, even without this new approach to chemistry, it seems that sodium-ion batteries are about to hit mass production anyway.
Sodium-Ion Mass Production Has Already Started
In December of 2022 it was reported that a company named HiNa in partnership with Chines state-owned China Three Gorges Corporation, had started mass production of sodium-ion batteries. The first generation of HiNa batteries offer energy density figures of 125Wh/kg, which is around half that of lithium-ion batteries. However, these batteries are rated for around 4500 charge cycles, which is significantly more than typical lithium-ion batteries.
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Typical lithium iron phosphate batteries offer energy densities similar to sodium-ion batteries, and the rated number of charge cycles is also similar. That puts sodium-ion batteries in direct competition with these batteries for applications such as backup inverter power or electric vehicles.
The next generation of these HiNa batteries are slated to have a 200Wh/kg energy density, and subsequent generations are expected to exceed that. Considering that some electric cars using lithium batteries have an energy density below 250Wh/kg, these early mass-produced sodium-ion batteries have serious potential to reduce the cost of power storage.
However, just like LiFeP04 batteries, don’t expect this technology in your smartphone or laptop any time soon. In these small devices, energy density is still the most important consideration. However, don’t be surprised if your electric car or solar power battery system gets a little saltier in the near future.
Posted at 12/5/2023 07:02 by goodgrief
Lithium prices have been climbing steadily in the past few days . . . hoping for a quick recovery in ALL share price
Atlantic Lithium share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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