North Carolina regulators have granted Piedmont Lithium's request for more time to provide information needed to complete the state's long-running review of the company's mine permit application. The proposed mine, if built, would become one of North America's largest sources of lithium for electric vehicle batteries, but it has faced extensive opposition from neighbors worried about water, noise pollution and other potential problems. Piedmont had been expected to provide North Carolina officials with information on 10 areas by the end of November.
ExxonMobil is taking its expertise in drilling and applying it to lithium, which is used for electric vehicle batteries.
Piedmont Lithium Inc. (NASDAQ:PLL) Q3 2023 Earnings Call Transcript November 7, 2023 Piedmont Lithium Inc. misses on earnings expectations. Reported EPS is $0.88 EPS, expectations were $1.51. Operator: Ladies and gentlemen, thank you for standing by. My name is Abby, and I will be your conference call operator today. At this time, I would like […]