Leading the new wave of lithium production

Standard Lithium is focused on unlocking the value of existing large-scale US based lithium brine resources that can be brought into production quickly.  The company believes new lithium production can be brought on stream rapidly by minimizing project risks at selection stage; resource, political & geographic, regulatory & permitting, and by leveraging advances in lithium extraction technologies and processes.

The Company is currently focused on the immediate exploration and development of the Bristol Dry Lake Lithium Project located in the Mojave region of San Bernardino County, California; the location has significant infrastructure in-place, with easy road and rail access, abundant electricity and water sources, and is already permitted for extensive brine extraction and processing activities.  The Company is also commencing due diligence and resource evaluation on its 30,000+ acres of brine leases located in the Smackover Formation in southern Arkansas.

Standard Lithium is listed in Canada on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol SLL, in the US on the OTCQX under the symbol STLHF, and in Germany on the Deutsche Borse Xetra under the symbol S5L.F

Our Mission


What Makes Standard Lithium Different?

Reducing Resource Risks

  • Eliminate exploration and development risks
  • Focus on existing brine producing assets
  • Partnerships with US chemical processing company

Reducing Resource Risks

Reducing Political and Geographic Risks

  • US based assets
  • Favourable jurisdictions that already understand how to permit and approve brine extraction and processing activities at large industrial scales

Reducing Political and Geographic Risks

Reducing Regulatory & Permitting Risks

  • Where possible partner with companies who hold existing permits and licenses
  • Favorable jurisdictions

Reducing Regulatory & Permitting Risks

Reducing Technology Risks

  • Leveraging existing industrial processes and extraction technologies
  • Partnerships with world class chemical processing engineers
  • Leading scientific and engineering advisory team
  • No attempt to apply ‘black box’ solutions

Reducing Technology Risks