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PostajNaslov: Litij!   sri oľu 17, 2010 3:36 pm

Ja kupujem samo LITIJ. 
Litij je zakon, a posebno za baterije, a uskoro ćemo svi ići na baterije.
Plavi na baterije,Knele na baterije,Govnarnator na baterije, svaki drek će ići na baterije.
Pazite što sam vam rekao
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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   čet oľu 18, 2010 12:20 am

Kakav vjekin litij.
Da mi je do baterija otišao bi do Cige po akumulator
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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   pet oľu 19, 2010 1:29 am

Ja kupujem samo tovotnu mast jer je bogata litijem
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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   pet oľu 19, 2010 1:33 am

Meni baba davno govorila da je ovo dobro za hemeroide. Mogli bi da delite na Polovnom.
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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   sub oľu 20, 2010 1:12 pm

Dobro je i za podmazivanje gusjenica na tenkovima
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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   ned svi 16, 2010 10:38 am

T1000 je napisao/la:
Ja kupujem samo LITIJ.
Litij je zakon, a posebno za baterije, a uskoro ćemo svi ići na baterije.
Plavi na baterije,Knele na baterije,Govnarnator na baterije, svaki drek će ići na baterije.
Pazite što sam vam rekao

The same as the year of 2007, in the world, the sectors consumed the most of lithium carbonate in 2008 were battery, lubricant, ceramics and glass, with a proportion of 27%, 12%, 9% and 8% respectively, while the proportion in 2007 was 25%, 12%, 10% and 8% respectively. The lithium carbonate consumption by the battery sector has further increased, while the consumption was a bit down by the traditional sectors like ceramics.
By the end of 2008, the global lithium carbonate demand was 95,400 tons, up 2.9% year on year, and the CAGR for global lithium carbonate demand in the past ten years was over 7%. Chile, China and Argentina were the top three countries in terms of lithium carbonate production capacity, and they were together satisfied 94% of global lithium carbonate demand. Especially the China, its global market share increased to 26% in 2007 from 21% in 2006, but the figure declined to 24% in 2008 as a result of natural disasters.
China's demand for lithium carbonate has also grown rapidly. Starting from 2008, China entered a releasing period of lithium carbonate productions. It is expected that China's lithium carbonate output will reach 45,000 tons and its designed production capacity will surpass 60,000 tons by 2010.

However, nearly half the world's known lithium reserves are located in Bolivia, a politically unstable nation sitting along the central eastern slope of the Andes. Most recently, Bolivia has negotiated with Japanese and French firms to begin extraction. The US Geological Survey estimates Bolivia's Uyuni Desert has 5.4 million tons of lithium, which can be used to make batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. This is the largest amount of lithium in any country, compared to Chile's 3 million tons and the United States’ 760,000 tons.

Additionally, China's proven lithium reserves (converted into pure lithium) have reached 3.35 million tons, meaning China ranks the fourth in terms of salt lake brine lithium reserves and lithium ore resources. There is potential production of up to 64,000 tons per year if projects in Qinghai province and Tibet proceed.

The total recoverable lithium worldwide has been estimated at 35 million tons, which includes 15 million tons of the known global lithium reserve base. The National Research Council panel estimated lithium resources at 10.6 million tons for the Western World. With the inclusion of Russian and Chinese resources as well as new discoveries in Australia, Serbia, Argentina and the United States, the total had nearly tripled by 2008.


As the global economy recovers, it should be moving towards a mix of alternative energy such as electric lithium based and renewable energy sources that are only found in specific regional locations.



Upon examination, of particular note is the future CO2 environmental impact of EV lithium ion battery waste. For example, the U.S. Army spends about $72 million annually on the purchase of batteries. Over the past 18 months it has seen a significant increase in use of the BA 5590 (12-volt lithium battery) with 10 lithium cells, weighing approximately 2.5 pounds. The cost of these batteries is $65 each with disposal cost as a hazardous waste at $9.22 each. On average, 30% of the recycled batteries processed have greater than 70% of their life span remaining and are re-issued, saving the U.S. Army about $500,000 per year.




It will be interesting to watch the volatile EV lithium-ion battery manufacturing sector shake out with players including; A123Systems (AONE), Hitachi (HIT), Matsushita (MC), Mitsubishi (MSBHY), Sanyo (SANYY.PK), Advanced Battery (ABAT),Valence Technology (VLNC), Ener1 (HEV), China BAK Battery (CBAK), UltraLife (ULBI), Enersys (ENS), and Exide Technologies (XIDE) among others.


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PostajNaslov: Re: Litij!   ned svi 16, 2010 10:52 am

A Long Look at Lithium: Chile's SQM Poised for Growth

  • Sociedad Quimica y Minera (SQM), headquartered in Chile, looks poised for solid returns as global markets demand more lithium-ion battery energy and agricultural resources. SQM is a leading producer of key resources such as potassium nitrate, iodine and lithium carbonate. It also produces specialty plant nutrition products, iodine and lithium derivatives, and certain industrial chemicals, including industrial nitrates. SQM is well positioned as the world population adds 700 million new middle class people (examples, China 350 million and India 100 million respectively) by 2022.

    Of particular interest is the Chilean-based SQM’s 30% global market share of Lithium derivates used for electric vehicle (EV) lithium-ion batteries.

    Its primary competitor, Rockwood Holdings' Chemestall Division (ROC), has 28% global Lithium market share. However, Rockwood -- exposed widely among several sectors -- reported a 21% decrease in net sales for Q2 2009 with debt issues and poor earnings per share results.

    SQM is financially better positioned long-term, given low debt and Lithium plays with contributing plant nutrition (agriculture) and iodine (medical) revenues, despite its just announced 11% earnings decrease for Q2 2009.


    Deposits of lithium are found in South America throughout the Andes mountain chain. Chile is the leading lithium metal producer, followed by Argentina. Both countries recover the lithium from brine pools. In the United States lithium is recovered from brine pools in Nevada. Over the past five years, foreign direct investment inflows into politically stable Chile have quadrupled to some $17 billion in 2008.

    However, nearly half the world's known lithium reserves are located in Bolivia, a politically unstable nation sitting along the central eastern slope of the Andes. Most recently, Bolivia has negotiated with Japanese and French firms to begin extraction. The US Geological Survey estimates Bolivia's Uyuni Desert has 5.4 million tons of lithium, which can be used to make batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles. This is the largest amount of lithium in any country, compared to Chile's 3 million tons and the United States’ 760,000 tons.

    Additionally, China's proven lithium reserves (converted into pure lithium) have reached 3.35 million tons, meaning China ranks the fourth in terms of salt lake brine lithium reserves and lithium ore resources. There is potential production of up to 64,000 tons per year if projects in Qinghai province and Tibet proceed.

    The total recoverable lithium worldwide has been estimated at 35 million tons, which includes 15 million tons of the known global lithium reserve base. The National Research Council panel estimated lithium resources at 10.6 million tons for the Western World. With the inclusion of Russian and Chinese resources as well as new discoveries in Australia, Serbia, Argentina and the United States, the total had nearly tripled by 2008.

    As the global economy recovers, it should be moving towards a mix of alternative energy such as electric lithium based and renewable energy sources that are only found in specific regional locations. These factors, combined with SQM'slow debt ratios and solid gross margins, should continue to generate significant earnings per share returns by 2010.


    Upon examination, of particular note is the future CO2 environmental impact of EV lithium ion battery waste. For example, the U.S. Army spends about $72 million annually on the purchase of batteries. Over the past 18 months it has seen a significant increase in use of the BA 5590 (12-volt lithium battery) with 10 lithium cells, weighing approximately 2.5 pounds. The cost of these batteries is $65 each with disposal cost as a hazardous waste at $9.22 each. On average, 30% of the recycled batteries processed have greater than 70% of their life span remaining and are re-issued, saving the U.S. Army about $500,000 per year.

    Note the EV battery C02 emissions results below:


    It will be interesting to watch the volatile EV lithium-ion battery manufacturing sector shake out with players including; A123Systems (AONE), Hitachi (HIT), Matsushita (MC), Mitsubishi (MSBHY), Sanyo (SANYY.PK), Advanced Battery (ABAT),Valence Technology (VLNC), Ener1 (HEV), China BAK Battery (CBAK), UltraLife (ULBI), Enersys (ENS), and Exide Technologies (XIDE) among others.

    We also foresee that global demand for SQM's industrial nitrates for thermal energy storage in solar energy plants will significantly increase consumption (mixture of sodium nitrate and potassium nitrate).


    The intense sector competition, mostly from Asia (e.g., Lithium Energy Japan Venture), particularly among Lithium-ion battery manufacturers, further makes the case for SQM as a stable long-term alternative energy plus agriculture stock portfolio addition.

    As the global economic recovery accelerates, driven primarily by emerging markets, look for SQM to post 15% sales growth or about $1.82billion revenues for 2010.



    Author: Kucilooro Research team, www.kucilooro.webs.com
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