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Oct 18, 2021

On October 15, Umicore announced the signing of long-term lithium supply agreements with Ganfeng Lithium Co., Ltd. and Vulcan Energy Resources. Both contracts have an initial duration of five years and can be extended upon mutual agreement. These agreements will provide Umicore with an additional sustainable and regional supply of this key raw material to meet the growing demand for cathode materials of its global automotive customers.
The agreement with Ganfeng Lithium Co. Ltd, based in Jiangxi - China, concerns the supply of lithium as of 2022 and will cover a significant part of Umicore’s future lithium requirements in Asia. Lithium is mined from hard-rock deposits in Australia under the strictest sustainability standards. The agreement with Vulcan Energy Resources, based in Karlsruhe – Germany, will take effect as of 2025. It will cover part of Umicore’s future lithium hydroxide needs in Europe, allowing Umicore to purchase between 28,000 and 42,000 tons over the duration of the contract. 

Umicore press release

Oct 18, 2021

Reported on October 15, 2021, The Haval H6 Hybrid is reportedly to go on sale in Australia and New Zealand from early 2022. A source said this right-hand drive SUV will be supplied directly from China as opposed to Great Wall Motors’ (GWM) new plant in Thailand. Both its price and full specifications for Australia market have yet to be revealed.
The H6 will compete the popular Toyota RAV4 Prime (PHEV), which is facing supply constraints due to overwhelming global demand and chips shortage. This C-segment SUV hybrid is expected to be the range-topping variant, with expected price of around AUD 40,000.
(From an article of Paul Tan on October 15, 2021 and multiple sources)

Oct 14, 2021

On October 6, EV Metals Group plc (EVM) announced plans for the development of the battery chemicals complex in Yanbu Industrial City in the Kingdom of Saudi Arab (KSA) following the investment agreement signed between the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY) and EV Metals Arabia Co. for Industry (EVM Arabia). EVM plans to develop and expand the battery chemicals complex in stages comprising a Lithium chemicals plant, a Nickel chemicals plant and a cathode active materials plant. EVM plans to invest over USD 800 million and create 450 permanent positions in operations. Commissioning and ramp-up are scheduled for 2024/25. The agreement provides for the allocation and use of 1,270,000 square meters of land for the Battery chemicals plant.
The battery chemicals complex will produce high purity chemicals required in rechargeable lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles and renewable energy storage. The first stage will comprise of two processing trains each with a capacity to produce 25,000 tons per annum (tpa) of high purity lithium hydroxide monohydrate (LHM). This represents a total production of 50,000 tpa of LHM from the processing of 330,000 tpa of spodumene concentrate containing 6% lithium oxide (SC6).
The initiative of the RCJY has enabled EVM to plan for the expansion of the Lithium chemicals plant with the addition of a further two trains to increase production to 100,000 tpa of LHM. It has also enabled EVM to provide for three processing trains in the Nickel chemicals plant each with a capacity to produce over 100,000 tpa of high purity nickel sulphate

EV Metals Group press release