Lithium Chemicals Plant

Developing the foundations for an up-and-coming global leader in the production of high purity lithium hydroxide in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Our flagship Lithium Chemicals Plant (LCP) in Yanbu Industrial City in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is being developed as a midstream hub for diversification and geopolitical alignment of supply chains for electric vehicle and battery cell manufacturers.

Scheduled for construction in 2025, the LCP will initially comprise two processing trains to produce 50,000 TPA of high purity Lithium Hydroxide Monohydrate from spodumene concentrate feedstock. The plant is being designed with the potential for expansion to four additional processing trains (6 total with an output of 150, 000 TPA), ensuring scalability and responsiveness to market demands.

Scalable up to


Processing Trains



Spodumene Concentrate
(6% Li2O) Per Train



of LHM per train

Total production


of LHM (6 trains)

Yanbu Industrial City 13

Delivering into Vision 2030 and developing tomorrow’s talent

EVM’s value proposition aligns with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, epitomizing the Kingdom’s aspirations of economic transformation and playing a lead role in the global energy transition.

We are a natural fit for Saudi Vision 2030 – our LCP offers first mover advantage and aligns with the Kingdom’s initiatives for diversification of its economic activities from oil and gas into industries of the future including clean energy and electric mobility. This opens opportunities to leverage the flourishing ecosystem being developed by key government agencies to develop Saudi Arabia’s local electric vehicle supply chain.

Not only is our LCP Project laying foundations for the industries of tomorrow, we are proudly committed to providing long-term local employment and skill development opportunities throughout construction and operation of our Project.

Jobs created


During Construction

Permanent Jobs


During Operation

Training Modules Prepared


as Part of Operational Readiness Plan

Operational Procedures


as Part of Operational Readiness Plan