Armando Alatorre
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Armando Alatorre
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The public believes that Mexico has millions of tons of lithium, almost ready to be sold. The reality is starkly different, writes Armando Alatorre.
Armando Alatorre
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Armando Alatorre
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College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico - CIMMGM
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No matter where lithium comes from, most of it ends up in China, at least for the time being, writes CIMMGM’s Alatorre.
Lithium
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Bacanora Lithium’s excellent sample results receive public backing, but can it be extracted from the clay it was found in?
Armando Alatorre
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Armando Alatorre
President
CIMMGM (College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico)
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Bolivia’s experience with lithium is extremely narrow, to say the least. So why is Mexico turning to that country for advice?
2021 A year of rebirth
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Challenges for mining are still many and the entire industry will have to face them and adapt to the new reality.
2021: A Year of Rebirth for Mexico's Mining Industry?
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Challenges for mining are still many and the entire industry will have to face them and adapt to the new reality.
Armando Ernesto Alatorre Campos
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Armando Alatorre
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College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico |CIMMGM
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Today, not a single mine or company is producing any lithium in the country, not a single ton.
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While lawmakers debate banning private capital from exploiting the country’s lithium, Mexico may be losing a massive opportunity.
Armando Ernesto Alatorre Campos
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Armando Alatorre Campos
President
Colegio de Ingenieros de Minas Metalurgistas y Geólogos de México (CIMMGM)
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The elimination of the Deputy Minister of Mining position was a shock to the industry that turned the best of times into the most challenging.
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