Following on from $20 million of capital raising earlier this month, extensive recruitment is now underway at Battery Minerals’ Montepuez graphite project.
Syrah Resources has produced its first bagged saleable flake graphite from the Balama project in Mozambique.
WA graphite explorer Battery Minerals has received $19.5 million in share placements and $500,000 from its drilling contractor (in return for equity) in order to fund its Balama and Montepuez projects in Mozambique.
Crater Gold is fast-tracking graphite drilling and testing at its Golden Gate project in Croydon, NW Queensland, with a planned start date of late October or early November 2017.
Mineral Resources, owners of the Mt Marion lithium project in Kalgoorlie, has made a deal with Perth-based company Hazer Group to create a facility for large-scale, high-grade synthetic graphite production.
Syrah Resources plans to raise $110 million to fund the ramp up of production at the Balama graphite project in Mozambique, Africa.
Mineral Commodities (MRC) has signed an agreement with Gold Terrace to farm into the Munglinup graphite project in Western Australia.
Renascor Resources has been awarded a $100,000 research grant to conduct mineral processing test work at its Siviour graphite deposit in the Eyre Peninsula.
Graphite developer Magnis Resources, as part of a global consortium led by Boston Energy and Innovation (BEI), has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Townsville City Council to investigate building a lithium-ion battery manufacturing plant in the Queensland city.
Diversified mining group Mineral Resources (MinRes) and tech company Hazer Group are planning to form a joint venture to develop a commercial-scale synthetic graphite plant.
Australia’s mid-tier mining companies are staging a comeback after surviving the industry downturn, according to PwC analysis.
The owners of two of South Australia’s newest graphite mining projects are moving forward with plans to open mines over the next two years.
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Graphite producer Talga Resources announced testwork on its Swedish product has shown reduced need for processing before use for battery manufacture.
Talga Resources has signed a Collaboration Agreement with Tata Steel UK to jointly explore opportunities across graphene supply, processing and development.
The first graphite-focused core drill has been completed by Metallica Minerals Limited as part of the company’s Esmeralda Graphite Project in north Queensland
Talga Resources is in talks with manufacturers and working to enter the solar energy market with batteries using graphene.
Imagine Intelligent Materials has executed a sales and certification deal with ASX-listed MRL Corporation for graphite and graphene products.
Archer Exploration has confirmed new, high quality graphite ores at Central Campoona will extend the life of their Campoona graphite project.
Graphite miner Talga Resources have commenced trial mining in Sweden