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Volt Resources joins European Raw Materials Alliance

This will position Volt Resources as a globally significant and diversified graphite producer.” - Trevor Matthews

Volt Resources nears completion of graphite business acquisition

The graphite mine and processing facilities are located adjacent to the town of Zavallya, approximately 280 km south of Kyiv.

Volt Resources pens SPAs to acquire 70% of graphite producer

“The signing of the binding Share Purchase Agreements is a significant step forward for Volt in its ambition to be a graphite producer.

Volt Resources joins the European Battery Alliance

"We have an opportunity to build relationships and obtain access to capital to support the expansion and product development plans."
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Volt Resources pays off debt – looks to complete acquisition

"This funding leaves the company debt-free and well-funded to advance the proposed acquisition of the Zavalievsky Graphite business."
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Volt Resources advances 70% of Zavalievsky Group acquisition

"We have the potential to be a key participant in the supply of graphite into the Europe market with access to other international markets.
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Volt Resources terminates Zambian gold project acquisition

African-focused gold and graphite explorer and developer Volt Resources will not be proceeding with the proposed acquisition of an 85% interest in the Luiri Hill gold project in Zambia.
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Volt Resources begins exploration at Guinea gold projects

Volt Resources has begun exploration at its Guinea gold projects in the Siguiri Basin, which forms part of the mineralised West African Birimian Gold Belt.
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Volt Resources bids for second gold project

ASX-listed Volt Resources has entered into a binding term sheet to conditionally acquire an 85% interest the Luiri Hill gold project in south-central Zambia.
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Volt Resources to acquire gold project in Guinea

The acquired permits are located in the Suguiri Basin which forms part of the richly mineralised West African Birimian Gold Belt.

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