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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The public believes that Mexico has millions of tons of lithium, almost ready to be sold. The reality is starkly different, writes Armando Alatorre.
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Lithium is not the country’s new oil, as the mineral does not produce energy and its potential has yet to be confirmed, say experts.
Armando Alatorre
Expert Contributor
Armando Alatorre
President
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
Expert Contributor
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?
Armando Alatorre
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Armando Alatorre Campos
President
CIMMGM (College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico)
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The school system was among the first to suffer the full, shocking impact of the pandemic. It was the only activity that truly came to a complete stop
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 Alatorre
Expert Contributor
Armando Alatorre Campos
President
College of Mining Engineers, Metallurgists and Geologists of Mexico
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@AEAlatorre
http://cimmgm.org/
Despite moving into the 21st century in terms of technology, the country still lacks a reporting code for mining. That could change.
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