Welcome to Liontown Resources Limited

Next Generation Lithium Producer

Liontown Resources is an ASX-listed, battery metals exploration and development company with substantial lithium discoveries at two projects and an advanced vanadium opportunity. Liontown is on track to be one of Australia’s next generation of lithium producers, following a highly encouraging Scoping Study from the Kathleen Valley Project located in the NE Goldfields of WA.

The Company's 100%-owned lithium assets at Kathleen Valley and Buldania are both located in premier WA mining districts and exhibit all the key characteristics required to advance rapidly towards development.

Figure 1: Liontown Project Locations

Investor Highlights

  • Australian-based battery metals explorer and developer
  • Three advanced battery metal projects - all wholly-owned
  • High-grade maiden Mineral Resource estimate of ~21Mt at Kathleen Valley Project, in the lithium-rich mining region of Western Australia
  • Highly encouraging Scoping Study generated strong finanical outcomes, confirming the viability of a proposed standalone mining and processing operation at Kathleen Valley Project. 
  • Second lithium discovery (up to 58m @ 1.2% Li2O) at Buldania Project, Western Australia
  • Large ~84Mt vanadium resource at Toolebuc Project, Queensland
  • Experienced, proven board and management team

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