Joe and Emily sit down with Henry Sanderson of the Financial Times, one of the lithium industry’s most reliable voices. In a typical X-Men fashion, Henry shares his origins story involving Hong Kong during the handover and Beijing during the Olympics. Although he didn’t get superpowers, Henry explains how the daily reality of pollution inspired his interest in electric vehicles and a green energy future.
What role will oil companies and mining companies play in this future? The three look at the London Metals Exchange and other efforts to standardize pricing. They compare and explain the general sentiment surrounding stocks. There may be some challenges with forecasting, but these three heroes can take on pricing and institutional money.
New life goal: get a podcast couch. @globallithium and I just recorded three straight episodes from London. Thanks to @sdmoores @amiller_bmi and @hjesanderson for sharing thoughts on #lithium supply, price, contracts, and life. pic.twitter.com/GWrH15lPz1
— Emily Hersh (@LithiumPodcast) August 24, 2018
48 hours, 47K steps & 3 podcasts later it is time to leave London for 成都. Thanks @sdmoores @amiller_bmi @hjesanderson & @LithiumPodcast Season 1 of the #GlobalLithiumPodcast will end over the next couple weeks with the release of these episodes. pic.twitter.com/rqNJq2Jj5E
— Joe Lowry (@globallithium) August 25, 2018