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Bacanora granted additional exploration licence for Zinnwald

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th March 2019 London-traded Bacanora Lithium has been granted an additional exploration licence in the Erzgebirge region of Saxony, which has the potential to significantly increase the life of mine at its Zinnwald project. Bacanora’s 50%-owned subsidiary, Deutsche Lithium, has been granted an additional 42... 

Huge demand for copper, cobalt, lithium and nickel in the offing as EV uptake increases

By: Tracy Hancock     15th March 2019 Investors focused on the mining sector may not fully appreciate how quickly the electric vehicle (EV) is being adopted globally, in light of the world pursuing a low-carbon emissions future, says battery metals investment vehicle Colbalt 27 Capital chairperson and CEO Anthony Milewski, who warns... 

Huge demand for copper, cobalt, lithium and nickel in the offing as EV uptake increases

By: Tracy Hancock     15th March 2019 Investors focused on the mining sector may not fully appreciate how quickly the electric vehicle (EV) is being adopted globally, in light of the world pursuing a low-carbon emissions future, says battery metals investment vehicle Colbalt 27 Capital chairperson and CEO Anthony Milewski, who warns... 

RBPlat reopens UG2 shaft, creates UG2 access points at Styldrift  

By: Martin Creamer     6th March 2019 Flexibility is a re-emphasised aspect of platinum group metals (PGMs) mining strategy. Changed demand has resulted in the need to twist and turn quickly to benefit from the rise in prices of metals in the PGM basket. Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) CEO Steve Phiri made special mention of... 

Keliber project economics improve as it shifts to lithium hydroxide

By: Creamer Media Reporter      28th February 2019 The updated Keliber definitive feasibility study (DFS) to consider producing lithium hydroxide, rather than lithium carbonate, has improved all the key financial metrics of the Finnish project. The summer of 2018 DFS was based on the production of battery-grade lithium carbonate; however, with... 

Nornickel expects bigger palladium supply deficit in 2019

By: Reuters     26th February 2019 Norilsk Nickel, the world's largest palladium producer, said on Tuesday tighter emissions regulations in all major markets and flattish primary supply would widen a palladium deficit in 2019. Prices for palladium, chiefly used in emission-curbing auto catalysts, hit a record high in London on... 

‘Bubble’ warning sounds over 2019’s hottest commodity

By: Bloomberg     26th February 2019 Palladium’s deficit-driven ascent has some analysts warning of the growing potential for a correction given the rapid sprint upward. The silvery-white metal used to control harmful emissions in gasoline-fueled cars surged 40% in four months, hitting repeated records, as a supply deficit deepens... 

FUCHS set to increase presence in Tanzania

21st February 2019 The FUCHS Group, which operates globally in the lubricants industry, is strengthening its presence in Tanzania and is establishing a new company. This will ensure direct access for its customers and distributors to the highest quality global standard of lubricants and services. FUCHS will... 

Glencore ups low carbon transition, limits coal output

By: Martin Creamer     20th February 2019 Diversified mining company Glencore said on Wednesday that it was furthering its commitment a low carbon transition, following engagement with the investor signatories of the Climate Action 100+ initiative. As one of the world’s largest diversified mining companies, Glencore sees itself as... 

Nico project positioned to help meet growing cobalt demand

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     15th February 2019 Development-stage mining company Fortune Minerals’ Nico cobalt/gold/bismuth/copper project, in Canada’s Northwest Territories, is one of the few cobalt development stage projects situated outside of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) that can support near-term accelerating demand for cobalt,... 

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