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WEBINAR TOMORROW: Tanzania, making a major mining comeback?

Tanzania, once pinned as a destination of choice for juniors far and wide, took a turn for the worse when legislation changes some years back and a heavy dispute with Acacia over tax claims saw investors turn their attention to other jurisdictions.
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Lion Battery Technologies granted third patent in the United States

It covers a method using PGM catalysts in carbon materials for use as cathodes with increased emphasis on Lithium Sulphur Batteries.

Tirupati signs MoU with a global trading and investment company

“The Far East hosts extensive industrial and speciality graphite markets, which imports almost all of its graphite primarily from China."

China maintains grip on battery chemical industry

By 2030, under BloombergNEF’s least cost Economic Transition Scenario, annual demand for lithium-ion batteries will pass 2.7 TWh.
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Technical study initiated for NextSource’s Molo Phase 2 expansion

This is a significant increase from the company’s 2019 feasibility study that considered a Phase 2 capacity of only 45 000 tpa.

Zero-emission solution agreement signed for Matawinie mine

"Our commitment to this vision has taken us to this important moment, not only for us, but for the global mining industry as a whole."

Tirupati Graphite chooses green energy in Madagascar

Tirupati Graphite has set itself the ambitious target to meet 100% of the power requirements for its Madagascan projects using hydropower.

Commodity prices marching to inflation’s drum

It gave the world Covid and now it looks like China is giving the world inflation - they are both a threat and an opportunity for investors.

Biden’s clean energy plan fuelling great expectations for uranium price

"Thanks to Joe Biden, uranium’s coiled spring status is now drawing in more devotees by the day." - Barry FitzGerald

Castle Minerals starts test work at Kambale graphite project

“Given the positive outlook for the graphite market we are very keen to determine if we can produce a commercially acceptable product.”

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