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Triton advances vanadium play at Nicanda Hill

By: Esmarie Iannucci     23rd May 2018 ASX-listed Triton Minerals will fast track studies on the vanadium mineralisation at the Nicanda Hill project, in Mozambique. Triton told shareholders on Wednesday that the company was investigating the opportunity to produce a vanadium concentrate or product from Nicanda Hill, given the... 

Triton rebalances cash after Grafex buy

By: Esmarie Iannucci     16th March 2018 ASX-listed Triton Minerals will raise A$5.2-million through a share placement and entitlement issue to fund work at its Ancuabe project, in Mozambique, and to accelerate the review of the vanadium development potential at the Nicanda Hill graphite project. Triton will place some 12.5-million new... 

Triton acquires full ownership of Mozambique graphite projects

By: Simone Liedtke     21st February 2018 ASX-listed Triton Minerals has entered into an agreement with Gregory James Sheffield and Grafex Limitada under which Triton has agreed to purchase Sheffield's 20% interest in Grafex. On completion of the purchase, Triton's interest in Grafex will increase from 80% to 100%, and accordingly,... 

Graphite miner seeks more money to accelerate Mozambique project

By: Keith Campbell     20th November 2015 Australian miner Triton Minerals last week announced that it was seeking A$11.3-million to drive forward its plan to develop a vertically integrated graphite operation in Mozambique. It also announced that one of its shareholders, GMP Securities Australia, had agreed to partially underwrite the... 

Australian miner reports advantages of graphite beneficiation in Mozambique

By: Keith Campbell     25th September 2015 Australian Securities Exchange-listed Triton Minerals has reported that an study has emphasised the economic benefits of the miner's plan to establish vertically-integrated graphite product manufacturing at its Nicanda Hill project in Mozambique. Nicanda Hill is part of the company's Balama North... 

Chinese involvement stimulates mining sector in Mozambique

By: Keith Campbell     24th July 2015 The British country, industry and risk analysis business the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has expressed the view that recently concluded long-term purchase agreements between Australian miners and Chinese enterprises have cleared the way for the development of graphite mining operations in... 

Graphite project expandability confirmed

5th June 2015 ASX-listed Triton Minerals in March announced that material testing conducted by an independent Asian facility confirmed that the graphite of the Triton Mozambique Graphite (TMG) deposits, in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique, can be expanded by up to 1 000 times. Triton MD and CEO Brad... 

Australian miners progressing Mozambique projects

By: Keith Campbell     22nd May 2015 Australian Securities Exchange-listed miner Triton Minerals has announced that it had created two binding joint venture (JV) projects with specialist Chinese graphite products business Yichang Xincheng Graphite Company (YXGC). Triton is currently developing the Ancuabe, Balama North and Balama... 

Mozambique graphite project DFS awarded

24th April 2015 Global multidisciplinary engineering group DRA earlier this month announced that it has been appointed as the lead study manager for the definitive feasibility study (DFS) of Australian mineral exploration and resource management company Triton Minerals’ Triton Mozambique Graphite (TMG) project.... 

DRA Pacific awarded TMG DFS by Triton Minerals

1st April 2015 DRA has announced that it has been appointed as Lead Study Manager for the definitive feasibility study of the Triton Mozambique Graphite Project by Triton Minerals Ltd. The TMG Project comprises the Nicanda Hill/Cobra Plains, Ancuabe and Balama projects. Nicanda Hill is the world’s largest known... 

Australian junior finds further graphite outcrops in Mozambique

By: Keith Campbell     13th February 2015 Australian Stock Exchange-listed company Triton Minerals has reported that it has found more graphite outcrops in its Ancuabe project area, which is located some 60 km west of the port city of Pemba in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique. It is one of three graphite projects that the company... 

Triton starts third-phase drilling programme at Moz graphite project

By: Natasha Odendaal     23rd April 2014 ASX-listed Triton Minerals on Wednesday said drilling had started at its Nicanda Hill prospect, in Mozambique. The third-phase reverse circulation and diamond-drilling programme, on the southern portion of the Nicanda Hill prospect in the Balama North project, followed encouraging results from... 

Mining sector helps Mozambique but stronger links with local business needed

By: Keith Campbell     1st November 2013 Over the past five years, $5-billion has been invested in the exploitation of mineral resources in Mozambique, creating some 15 000 jobs. Over the same period, the mining industry has paid more than $1-billion in taxes and royalties to the Mozambican authorities. These figures were recently... 

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