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Standard Lithium's drill rig at the well re-entry site in Lafayette County. The drill rig has since demobilized from the site after reaching a total measured depth of 8,940 feet, and has been replaced by a workover rig to complete perforations, final testing and sampling.
Construction / Energy / Government & Politics

Arkansas Lithium Is Now a Reality

The only remaining question is this: How big will the industry’s potential be? read more >
Energy

Exxon Mobil to Begin Lithium Drilling This Month Near Magnolia

Global energy giant ExxonMobil Corp. says it will begin drilling for lithium this month near Magnolia, a move Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders said could turn the page on a new chapter of the state's economy. read more >
Energy

Preliminary Study Foresees $1.27B Standard Lithium Project in Arkansas

Standard Lithium announces results from its preliminary study of the feasibility of a $1.27 billion lithium production project in southwest Arkansas. read more >
Energy

Exxon and the Race for Arkansas Lithium

The lithium mining boom is on in south Arkansas, and Exxon Mobil has entered the field. read more >
Education / Energy / Public Companies / Retail / Transportation

Expressions of Confidence in Arkansas (Editorial)

Three developments last week showed expressions of confidence in Arkansas’ future, always welcome but particularly so during the blistering days of summer. read more >
Robert Mintak, CEO of Standard Lithium Ltd.
Construction / Energy / Manufacturing / Public Companies

Standard Lithium Announces Hirings, Progress Toward El Dorado Plant

Two engineering experts with decades of experience managing energy and mining projects have joined the company. read more >
Manufacturing / Real Estate / Transportation

Galvanic, Another Prospector, Finds Lode of Lithium in Arkansas Brine

The trove may hold enough lithium to produce batteries for 50 million electric cars, Galvanic President & CEO Brent Wilson told Arkansas Business. read more >