Mining Weekly reported that Galaxy Resources has delivered a JORC-compliant 1.1 million tons of lithium carbonate at its Argentina project.
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Bloomberg reported that United Continental Holdings Inc expects to resume flights for its 787 Dreamliner fleet earlier as it prepares a May 31 flight between Houston and Denver.
Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co. final test flight for its grounded 787 Dreamliner will set the stage for the regulatory review of the lithium battery upgrades.
Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co has sent its engineers to Japan to prepare for the 787 battery upgrades, as they await the U.S. FAA approval of its proposed fix.
Mining Weekly reported that the evaluations and tests conducted for the process water discharge at Canada Lithium’s TMF confirmed that the metal levels are within acceptable levels.
Bloomberg reported that the Japanese manufacturer of the lithium ion batteries that grounded all Boeing Dreamliner planes, GS Yuasa Corp, has suffered a 17% fall in Tokyo trading as Mitsubishi Motors Corp cars reported more lithium-ion problems.
Bloomberg reported that Boeing Co. is planning its final test flight for the 787 in the “coming days.” Once the US FAA approves the changes and allows the plane to resume commercial flights, Boeing would make upgrades to the batteries with Japan Airlines Co. and All Nippon Airways Co. first in line.
Mining Weekly announced that in spite of the tough market, Canada Lithium was able to close a $15M public offering, issuing 20.55-million units at 73c each.
Platts reported that Canada Lithium’s commissioning of its lithium mine and processing facility is on track in spite of water discharge problems. Preliminary assessment showed that about 50,000 cubic matures of water have been released.
Bloomberg reported that Orocobre Ltd’s Chairman, James D. Calaway said that electric vehicles no longer dictate lithium production as demand for lithium ion batteries used for electronic products have increased considerably.