Bitesize briefing – The operational cost curve for hard rock lithium projects

Published on 12 April 2019

Operational costs are one of the more important metrics we can look at when comparing projects. Projects with higher unit costs will make lower margins and will therefore be able to return less cash per tonner of product to shareholders. Companies with operations that have higher operational costs will also find it harder to survive lower price environments.

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