Graphite demand is expected to grow on the back of technological applications and electric vehicle production growth.

Mineral Commodities in $4.6m graphite deal

Welshpool-based Mineral Commodities has signed an agreement with Gold Terrace to earn-in to the Munglinup graphite project West of Esperance in a part-cash, part-scrip deal worth about $4.6 million.


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Graphite is the source for grapheme, which will become the basic material for the next generation of high-density, safe batteries.

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