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TheChosenOne
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
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Next step I assume would be mass production and hopefully a partnership... then earnings


...and/or buyout.


SmackoverHawg
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Just added 13,000 more shares. Have a feeling Lanxess gonna buy out.


Ballstein32
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Noobie question but if that were to happen what would it do to the stock price of STLHF?


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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
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Noobie question but if that were to happen what would it do to the stock price of STLHF?

depends on what the buyout price is


tigerpawl
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Volume already exceeds daily average with 4 hours to go.


ReadyPlayer1
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
It's funny watching this one on level 2 and the time and sales. Like a turtle but I'll take it as long as the turtle keeps going up !


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Auburn1968
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
So many times a new process, once developed, is cloned, stolen or copied. I guess that depends on the strength behind its partners and what was really new and patentable.


Capt ST
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Is the process equipment heavy? Just trying to get an idea of how long it will take them to actually get into mass production. Obviously they have a PFD with the pilot plant. But it’s a long process from pilot to operational unit.


eng08
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
From what I have seen no. The lithium extraction is on their waste stream from bromine mining.

The waste stream is normally pumped back in the aquifer, but now it will run through a lithium capture package.

The base infrastructure is there already from the bromine mining, that’s why they should be able to quickly ramp up.

From the statements, it appears like an independent process module and they can just add more modules to ramp up production.


Capt ST
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
That’s very good news. Modular expansion is a piece of cake if done correctly. Accidentally downvoted, sorry. Fat fingers


BallsEleven
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?


When you sell for $1.63 one week and it goes on a run the next week.


Drunken Crawfish
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
I got greedy and tried to buy a large order when it dropped down into the $1.50s. I was only able to buy 100 shares then it never touched that mark again.


1234567k
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Yea I know. CELH jumped up 30% this week. I sold it last week.....


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1234567k
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
I noticed TSLA is buying old technology lithium sites.
If STLHF can produce as projected, wouldn’t they be able to destroy any local competition?
Is STLHF method of extracting lithium an industry game changer or is this just basic chemistry that anyone can do? The process looks simple and I would think any chemist could do the same.


Auburn1968
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
It has been my hope that there is some patentable process in Standard Lithium's method that will keep the copycats at bay.


1234567k
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Yes me too. They call it LSTR or LISTER but I never saw that it was patented.


SmackoverHawg
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
From what I recall, Standard Lithium bought the patent from the person that invented the process. I believe they gave him part ownership as well, they then refined it. I'm sure Lanxess made sure before they agreed to pay for the $475 million mega facility. Once demo proven to be successful, counting processing to final product which is what we are waiting for, Lanxess will pay 100% of the costs from that point forward. Standard Lithium "employees" are employed by Lanxess. Standard Lithium will operate initial phase for 2 years. After that, Lanxess and Standard Lithium will split revenue 70/30 or 60/40 depending on parameters they have agreed upon (I don't know what these are or if they have been divulged.)

Standard Lithium consist only of the people with the ideas essentially. They'll basically have zero expenses except for business operations if I understand correctly. They also have rights to geothermal units in California and some other leases. The reason they approached Lanxess and not Albermarle is that Lanxess has 100% of the infrastructure intact. All they had to do is filter the tailbrine when Lanxess was done with it. And Lanxess has far, far more brine than Albermarle. And it's brine has higher lithium concentrations. Railway in place on site. Trained workforce in bromine/brine operations with schools in area offering courses. So, ZERO additional impact on environment since everything is already there. The water will actually be cleaner before re-injection. Lowest cost method by far if proves true and thus far they have exceeded all initial goals. 72 hour turnaround from brine to finished product down to like 6 hours. Versus evaporation ponds that take 18 months to build/recover lithium and destroy the environment. Lanxess also has rights to Tetra's leased and the area is ripe for drilling more brine wells if future demand requires. They are at the epicenter for lithium concentrations in the Smackover Brine formation.


Drunken Crawfish
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re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
I got wet just reading that. Fingers crossed.


SmackoverHawg
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Member since Oct 2011
22089 posts

re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Me too. If it does anywhere near what Lanxess expects, I’ll be retiring early.


jimjackandjose
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4479 posts

re: Diving deeper on Standard Lithium?
Might need to buy some lankness. My 6200 shares aren’t enough to quit my day job


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