Nearly a year after the original
announcement, Chilean state copper producer Codelco said
on Friday it has begun the process of seeking a partner to develop
its lithium assets.
Codelco said in a statement it is
calling for expressions of interest from either individual
companies or consortiums to develop the lithium assets it has in
the Maricunga and Pedernales salt flats, both in northern Atacama
The company said the process will be
handled by financial advisor South Andes Capital, and will run
until February 3. Codelco will then pre-select candidates, the
In order to pre-select the expressions
of interest, the previous experience of the applicants in the
lithium industry and / or their relevant capacities to carry out
this type of projects will be assessed.
Interested parties should
contact South Andes Capital directly via email
email@example.com or telephone +56 2 2753 6410.
The miner said it reserves the right
to suspend the process or declare it void. Click here for more information on the
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