In a smashing season finale double episode, The Global Lithium Podcast team joins Livent CEO Paul Graves in his home to chat about life, lithium, and Livent. Paul gives us his background from a small…
In a move that will undoubtedly surprise many in the the lithium world, Joe Lowry and Eduardo Bitran sit down in Santiago to discuss the history of the “Drama in the Atacama.” Dr. Bitran shares…
Joe and Emily catch up with Anthony Tse, managing director of Galaxy and newly christened (by Emily) “Messiah of Lithium,” in Newport Beach, California. Anthony shares his journey from growing up in London to his…
In a different kind of “drama in the Atacama,” friend of the Global Lithium Podcast SQM’s CEO Patricio de Solminhac has departed, and Joe and Emily talk about what that means for SQM going forward both in Chile as well as in Argentina, Australia, and the world.
What a week for the lithium industry. For episode 10, Emily and Joe provide an in-depth analysis on Nemaska’s financing. They also cover the Kidman and Tesla deal, the Nomura Report, and provide an additional update about the latest drama in the Atacama.
The Global Lithium Podcast has crossed another country off the list! While Joe stayed in the United States, Emily temporarily left Argentina to remotely record on Irish soil. Thanks to the help of Dermot Fitzpatrick, the acting Irish Ambassador to Argentina, Emily recorded Episode 9 at the Ireland Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Question: What do cathodes and the Olympics have in common?
Emily and Joe traveled to Shangai, China, to record two episodes of the Global Lithium Podcast. For the first episode in this series, the two spoke with Dr. David Deak, the CTO at Lithium Americas and the President of Lithium Nevada. The three discussed Lithium Americas Corp., Tesla, lithium ion batteries, and the future for electric vehicles.
On the investing end, Emily and Joe share their opinions on Nemaska’s financing needs and Softbank’s future strategy. A new report from Industrial Minerals also indicates that there may be some additional drama in the Atacama. Finally, our hosts close this episode by providing a preview itinerary for their trip to China.
Emily and Joe, abandoned by their GenZer talent for spring break, take on their first remote podcast from Buenos Aires, Argentina and Charlotte, North Carolina respectively. They catch up on news in the lithium space, IPOs and more.
Emily and Joe are joined by David Guerrero Alvarado, a man who might better known as the “the brine foot soldier.” The three recorded this episode in Buenos Aires, Argentina.