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Cobalt Blue names Japanese group as potential refinery partner

1st December 2023

By: Creamer Media Reporter

     

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Australian firm Cobalt Blue has announced Japanese group Iwatani as its potential partner in developing its cobalt/nickel refinery project in the Kwinana industrial area, outside Perth, Western Australia.

The project, which will be Australia’s first cobalt sulphate refinery, will be located on a site that is owned by Iwatani Australia.

Partnering with an existing property owner would substantially reduce development time for the refinery, notes Cobalt Blue.

“Cobalt Blue is excited to have a potential refinery partner of the calibre of Iwatani Corporation.

“Iwatani brings significant value to the relationship as an established large-scale trader of battery minerals into the important Japanese and US battery supply chain and as an established landholder/operator in the Kwinana district,” says CEO Joe Kaderavek.

Iwatani has established partnerships and collaborations with companies worldwide to further advance their expertise in technologies and explore new markets.

Edited by Mariaan Webb
Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Online

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