The Northern Miner Podcast – episode 163: Lithium supply faces ‘huge bottleneck’, ft Castilloux, Bourassa, Miller, Mell

The battery metals panel in October 2019 at the Progressive Mine Forum in Toronto, from left: Frik Els (moderator), executive editor, MINING.COM; Ryan Castilloux, managing director, Adamas Intelligence; Guy Bourassa, president and CEO, Nemaska Lithium; Andrew Miller, head of price assessments, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence; and Trent Mell, president and CEO, First Cobalt. Photo by George Matthew Photography.

This episode features the Battery Metals panel at The Northern Miner’s 2019 Progressive Mine Forum in Toronto. The event took place on Oct. 16 at the MaRS Discovery District and featured industry experts to discuss trends in battery metals markets amid the growing demand for electric vehicle (EV) technology. Topics included China’s dominance of the lithium market supply chain, and the lack of preparation by Canada and its allies to meet growing market demand.

The panel featured Ryan Castilloux, managing director, Adamas Intelligence; Guy Bourassa, president and CEO, Nemaska Lithium; Andrew Miller, head of price assessments, Benchmark Mineral Intelligence; and Trent Mell, president and CEO, First Cobalt. Moderation was provided by Frik Els, executive editor of MINING.com.

This episode is sponsored by Nevada Copper. Check them out online: https://nevadacopper.com/

All this and more with online editor and host Adrian Pocobelli.

Music Credits:

“Rattlesnake Railroad”, “Big Western Sky”, “Western Adventure” and “Battle on the Western Frontier” by Brett Van Donsel (www.incompetech.com).

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
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Photo credit: George Matthew Photography.

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