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Volt Resources raises $1.250 million for stock exchange approvals

Volt Resources will be undertaking a 1 for 12.9 non-renounceable Rights Issue of ordinary shares to raise up to $1.250 million.
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Volt Resources sees outlook for graphite as positive

Volt Resources has provided an update on progress made in relation to funding strategies for Stage 1 Development of its Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania.
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Volt Resources secures more funding for Bunyu Project

ASX-listed Volt Resources has secured US$1 million in corporate funding to further its Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania. Volt...
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Volt Resources advances Bunyu graphite project

ASX-listed Volt Resources continues to advance a number of development funding strategies for the Stage 1 development of its Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania.
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Operation start-up dawns for Tanzanian graphite junior

Tanzanian-focused flake graphite development company Volt Resources has been granted two mining licences covering stage 1 and 2 developments of its Bunyu graphite project.
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Volt Resources signs offtake agreement

Volt Resources, through its subsidiary Volt Graphite Tanzania, has signed a cooperation agreement with one of China’s largest graphite companies, HAIDA Graphite.
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Bunyu graphite project in Tanzania gaining momentum

ASX-listed emerging graphite producer Volt Resources’ flagship Bunyu graphite project in Tanzania is gaining momentum with 2018 set to be a pivotal year.
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Positive stage 1 for Tanzania graphite project 

Volt Resources announced the completion of the Feasibility Study into the Stage 1 development of the company’s flagship Bunyu graphite project. 
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Volt Resources signs agreement to supply 9 000 tpa of graphite

ASX-listed Tanzanian focused flake graphite development company, Volt Resources, has announced another milestone for the Bunyu graphite project.
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Is Tanzania wagging the dog with new Mining Act?

The government of Tanzania recently established a Mining Commission in accordance with its new Mining Act. This means that the government can reinstate the issuing of mining licences following the enforcing of a copper and gold concentrate ban and some draconian amendments to mining policy and legislation.

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