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Interview: Adrian Griffin - Lithium Australia
 
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This interview was filmed at 121 Mining Investment Hong Kong – 17-18 October 2017 – connecting 50 mining company management teams with 200 institutional investors from Hong Kong, Greater China and the APAC region for two days of 1-2-1 investor meetings and market intelligence gathering. To find out more about 121 events, visit www.weare121.com
Low Emissions Conference Q&A Adrian Griffin
 
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We sat down with Lithium Australia Managing Director, Adrian Griffin, to talk about how Lithium Australia does its best to create a circular economy, and convert waste materials to lithium ion batteries. The Pick is Australasia’s premier resource sector new platform. It is backed by some of the regions most connected journalists, content creators and digital specialist. It is more than a news site to “tell a story”, rather it is the place where stories originate from – before being amplified directly to REAL investors.
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Ancient mining town strikes the new gold
 
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(8 Apr 2017) LEADIN: It's being hailed as the oil of the future and now lithium is about to transform the fortunes of a tiny ancient mining village in the Czech Republic. The metal is a key component for rechargeable batteries and is used in gadgets like mobile phones and tablets, but a huge surge in demand is on the horizon due to the rapid development of electric vehicles. STORYLINE: The small village of Cinovec, located on the Czech border with Germany, had a tin and later tungsten mining tradition dating back to 1378. It was abandoned in 1991 because it stopped being economically sustainable, but recent explorations have thrust it into the centre of a future boom by confirming a large deposit of lithium. The deposits here are considered the biggest on the European continent. It was known from the 1960s that lithium was here, but explorations didn't go ahead due to a lack of interest in the metal back then. The expected massive surge in demand for the metal - a key component in electric rechargeable batteries - means a revival of a centuries-long mining tradition in the northwestern Czech mountain range. The lightest of metals, it has a wide range of use from ceramics and greases to air treatment and medicine. But above all, it is a necessary part of rechargeable batteries. The predicted boom of electric cars and electric storage systems would be unlikely to happen without them. European Metals company (EMH) is listed on the London Stock Exchange and the Australian Securities Exchange in Sydney. Managing director Keith Coughlan says it is planning to open a mine at Cinovec in several years to produce at least 20,000 metric tons of lithium carbonate (about 3,800 tons of lithium) a year. That would put the country among the top five lithium makers in the world. "I believe it is a danger for Europe to continue to think that it can rely on Asia for its supply chain of battery related materials and in particular lithium. I think it is a very significant asset from a European perspective and I believe at some stage one of the major European end users will be interested in talking to us about supply from Cinovec," he says. "In terms of for how long (there could be a supply of lithium from the Cinovec mine), the study that we are currently doing plans on producing 20,000 tonnes per annum of lithium carbonate and the overall total resource is in excess of seven million tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent. So as you can see, at that production rate there are many many years of production available from Cinovec," he adds. Czech company, Cinovecka Deponie has already secured all necessary permissions to extract lithium from a tailing, which is currently a sandy area with pines growing on it. Another company, Sanaka Industry, wants to do the same at a tailing in another area in the Ore Mountains near the town of Horni Slavkov. The spokesperson for both companies, Martin Frydl, underlines that despite growing demand, lithium isn't a guaranteed bet. "The industry can change, someone can come up with an invention for is instance, in the car industry, they would use hydrogen cells instead of lithium ones and so on. But at this time it looks like the lithium price is favourable, so the investment will be effective. But as any other investor we are working with some risk," he says. The tailings could yield a total of 7,500 metric tons of lithium with mining to start in next few years. Lithium can be found in brine deposits (Latin America), where most global reserves are believed to be, and in hard rocks (Australia, Czech Republic). Parts of the deposits here stretch to neighbouring Germany, where Canada's Baccanora company has been exploring it. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ce829f4d17c04f0deb69f8835fa60292 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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zenith mining australia
 
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Adrian Griffin on the Rare Earth, Lithium and Graphite Market
 
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March 18, 2015 — Adrian Griffin, Director, Northern Minerals Limited (ASX: NTU); Managing Director, Cobre Montana NL (ASX: CXB); Chairman, Potash West NL; and Managing Director, Global Carbon Credits in an interview with Tracy Weslosky discusses the rare earth, lithium and graphite market for 2015. Tracy Weslosky: Adrian, it's a distinct pleasure to have you here. I mean, you're an esteemed member of the board of directors for a number of companies. Let's start with Northern Minerals because they have one of the best heavy rare earth deposits in the world. How did you get involved with Northern Minerals and tell me why you love this story. Adrian Griffin: Northern Minerals, I got involved in, I think it was 2006. I was one of the founding directors, floated the company and effectively one of the vendors. There were a large number of assets there that we put together, initially as a uranium portfolio. As a uranium market fell we started looking at other things and found rare earths or those particular deposits. Tracy Weslosky: Well, of course, are you responsible for bringing Professor Kingsnorth into Northern Minerals? Adrian Griffin: No. I'm afraid I can't lay claim to that one. It was a group decision. Tracy Weslosky: Of course, you know, you have this xenotime. Can you tell me when you first realized you had such an incredible heavy rare earth deposit? Adrian Griffin: Well, it was pretty interesting PNC Japanese found it I think it was about the 1970s and it was a small outcrop of xenotime. It was 20 or 30 meters long, a couple of meters tall and they published a resource on it. The resource that was published I think it was 48 tons, not of rare earths, of ore. They drilled underneath it and all the holes were blank. We stepped back, drilled a little bit further down and it just kept getting wider and wider and wider. That was only a few years ago. We've taken that project from first drill hole through to feasibility in only a few years so that's quite an achievement. Tracy Weslosky: Yes. This is one of the fastest moving rare earth stories in the world. Of course, what do you think about rare earth prices because you're also an investor…where do you think they're going? How's it looking for 2015? Adrian Griffin: The rare earth market has been a bit of a mixed bag from large to heavies and then all the political aspects that are associated with those things. A lot of it revolves around China of course. China are loosening their export policies, possibly allowing a little bit more onto the market, but as they do the market is expanding. In particular there's going to be very high demand for heavy rare earths, applications such as wind turbines and electric vehicles. Electric vehicles are a really interesting market. Today we produce about 200,000 a year. By 2050 the world will be producing about 400 million. Tracy Weslosky: Well, of course, that's a great segue for perhaps how you got involved with lithium. Can you tell us a little bit more about your background and what you're doing in the lithium market right now cause I'm also very bull on lithium. Adrian Griffin: Look, I think lithium is a great opportunity. The opportunity that we have is a once in a lifetime opportunity. It comes about as a consequence of developing a processing technology for materials that people have previously considered to be waste…to access the complete interview, click here Disclaimer: Adrian Griffin sits on the Board of Directors for Northern Minerals Limited which is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
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Lithium Australia's proprietary processes contributing to energy security internationally
 
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Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) managing director Adrian Griffin updates Proactive Investors on the company's work to produce cathode powders, and discusses the formation of an Australian Battery Consortium. Griffin says, "I think in the 12 months to come, Western Australia will eclipse the rest of the world in terms of production of lithium units. That will primarily be spodumene concentrates... beyond spodumene concentrates, we were looking at downstream processing and incidentally, the capacity that will be installed [in the state] in terms of production of hydroxide will be the largest capacity installed anywhere in the world." He continues, "We have got a very bright outlook for lithium production in this state. From [Lithium Australia's] point of view, we've been looking at going downstream a little further than that and producing cathode powders, which are, we believe, the highest value add sector of the battery production chain."
Future of Mining Australia 2019 - MMD Insight Presentation
 
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DAY 2 1325 1335 Insight Presentation MMD - Mine Smarter, Load Quicker Lee Hillyer, Managing Director, MMD
Management update - March 2017 (LIT settles litigation with Lepidico)
 
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Managing Director Adrian Griffin on: LIT has settled litigation with Lepidico. Can you provide further information? LIT has also launched a takeover offer for Lepidico. What is the purpose of this transaction now litigation has been settled? LIT has also announced a JV with Tin International for a German project. Can you provide further information on this opportunity?
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Chile knocked off top spot as leading global lithium supplier
 
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Mining Capital's Alastair Ford discusses latest United States Geological Survey data indicating Australia's emerged as a new global leader of lithium supply as operations there rapidly accelerate. While Australia has boosted global market share from 36.8% to 43.5%, Chile has lost 4.8% to settle at 32.8% or equivalent to 14,200 tonnes.
Lithium Australia's proprietary SiLeach® process is a 'silver bullet' for lithium extraction
 
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Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT), speaks to Proactive Investors about the integrated battery metal producer’s proprietary SiLeach® lithium processing technology. Last week the company applied for two global patents relating to the production and recovery of lithium phosphate and lithium sulphate from lithium-bearing silicates.The enhancements will reduce capital and operating costs and improve product quality. "For us it is the silver bullet because potentially it reduces capital costs and operating costs, so that's quite significant. It also helps us produce a lithium chemical with a much higher purity; we can take the lithium through to carbonate or hydroxide, or as the phosphate as the case may be. And that step - removing the lithium as a phosphate - is not only a step that takes the lithium out of solution at lower concentrations, but also helps us to purify that solution as we do that process," explains Griffin.
Arnie Waters on Gold/China/Rare Earths
 
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Diggers & Dealers 2016: Miningscout-Interview mit Resolute Mining
 
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Auf dem Diggers & Dealers Bergbauforum in Kalgoorlie, Westaustralien sprach Miningscout-Redakteur Albert Gruber mit Resolute Mining-CEO John Welborn.
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Highlights: 121 Mining Investment Hong Kong Spring 2018
 
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121 Mining Investment Hong Kong 2018 brought together the Managing Directors and CEOs of 50 mining and exploration companies, who met with 200+ mining investors, financiers and analysts over two days of 1-2-1 meetings. Alongside the 1-2-1 meetings, delegates enjoyed a packed agenda of investor-led panel discussions and keynotes. Find out more at https://www.weare121.com/121mininginvestment-hk/
Cobre Montana's Adrian Griffin Talks Lithium in the Czech Republic
 
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Cobre Montana (ASX:CXB) Managing Director Adrian Griffin spoke to the Investing News Network at the 2015 PDAC conference in Toronto about the company's lithium projects: 5 in Western Australia and 1 in Europe. Cobre's flagship project is the Cinovec in the Czech Republic, and a Scoping Study is expected to be released "within the next couple of months," according to Mr. Griffin. He also says, "if you go back only 2 months, that project was considered a tin project; by applying the appropriate technology, we found that there is probably twice as much lithium value in that project as there is tin."
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Western Australia seeks billionaire investors to drive lithium boom
 
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WA, Greenbushes, Mt Marion, Pilbara & others is critical to keeping China supplied with #lithium raw materials & maintaining a relative balance of supply & demand. The next step is chemical production via the likes of Tianqi. Batteries, a decade away...
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Lithium Australia's MD reviews progress throughout the supply chain in 2018
 
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Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT), provides Proactive Investors with an overview of progress made throughout 2018 towards the company's stated strategic goal of closing the loop on lithium supply. Topics of discussion include exploration projects, the acquisition of VSPC Ltd and development of the SiLeach® process for extracting lithium chemicals from mica, the production of both cathode and anode powders, development of the LieNA lithium extraction from spodumene process, and recycling works. Speaking about the latter, Griffin says, "If you look at current processing technologies on a global basis, only [about 9%] of lithium ion batteries ever get back into the supply chain via recycling route and the rest go to landfill. In Australia, the proportion that gets back into the recycling chain is diminishing [currently around 2%]... the material in those lithium ion batteries has a grade that is about 100 times higher than an ore body that's required to produce a battery in the first place. So it should be very cheap material."
European Metals boss says new drilling to start soon
 
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European Metals Holdings (LON:EMH) (ASX:EMH) Managing Director Keith Coughlan tells Proactive Investors that the next drilling programme at the Cinovec lithium deposit in the Czech Republic will begin quite quickly. "We are just concluding a drilling programme that began late last year, but we are already starting to plan for the next one, to convert a fair bit of that resource into the indicated category and increase the level of confidence in the project" he said. Coughlan says the firm's focus now is lithium. "As the tin price has subdued and the lithium price increased so dramatically, it has very much become about the lithium" he said.
Majors Are Running Out Of Mine Life, Says This Veteran Miner
 
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While the senior producers are busy buying each other, investors are diverted away from the fact that these large miners are running out of mine life and need to start buying fresh deposits, said Rudi Fronk, chairman & CEO of Seabridge Gold. “The elephant in the room that nobody talks about, even with these mergers that are going on, is that the mine life that the big gold companies have left is about 10 years. They need to find new projects and now they’re starting to look for those opportunities,” Fronk told Kitco News on the sidelines of the Gold Stock Analyst Investor Day. _________________________________________________________________ Kitco News is the world’s #1 source of metals market information. Our videos feature interviews with prominent industry figures to bring you market-affecting insights, with the goal of helping people make informed investment decisions. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on the latest insights moving the metals markets. For more breaking news, visit http://www.kitco.com/ Follow us on social media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KitcoNews/?ref=br_rs Twitter - https://twitter.com/kitconewsnow Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116266490328854474588 StockTwits - https://stocktwits.com/kitconews Live gold price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/gold-price-today-usa/ Live silver price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/silver-price-today-usa/ Don’t forget to sign up for Kitco News’ Weekly Roundup – comes out every Friday to recap the hottest stories & videos of the week: https://connect.kitco.com/subscription/newsletter.html Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for precious metals investors: https://gold-forum.kitco.com/ Disclaimer: Videos are not trading advice and the views expressed may not reflect those of Kitco Metals Inc.
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Interview: Barry Woodhouse - Lithium Australia
 
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At the 121 Mining Investment London Autumn 2017 conference over 250 institutional investors and analysts met with the management teams of 70 mining companies in over 1000 pre-arranged 1-2-1 meetings. What sets 121 Mining Investment London apart from the competition? Targeted networking – Two days of pre-arranged and targeted 1-2-1 meetings connecting projects to capital Exclusivity – Entry is restricted to qualified investors, analysts, senior mining company executives and relevant mining investment professionals only Market intelligence – Interactive two-day programme where presenters and panelists actively engage with the audience to create a two-way conversation Convenience - Located in a superb new conference venue in the heart of London’s financial district Local expertise – 121 Mining Investment London is run by a team with many years’ experience running leading mining investment events in London www.weare121.com
Miningscout-Interview with Lithium Australia
 
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At the 2015 Diggers & Dealers mining conference in Kalgoorlie, Australia, Miningscout-editor Albert Gruber had the opportunity to speak with Adrian Griffin, Managing Director of Lithium Australia (ASX: LIT) about the outlook of the Lithium market, the company's projects in Western Australia and the Czech Republic, and the patented ore processing technology of the company to reduce costs for the Lithium production. For additional information on Lithium Australia please review http://lithium-au.com/.
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MOU Signed with China's Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium
 
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Neometals Ltd (ASX:NMT) and Mineral Resources Limited (ASX:MIN) have together announced that their jointly owned subsidiary, Reed Industrial Minerals Pty Ltd has entered into a conditional Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with China's second largest lithium producer Jiangxi Ganfeng Lithium Co., Ltd (SHE:002460). The agreement includes Jiangxi taking 100% offtake from the Mt Marion Lithium Project, netting Neometals around $19.5M. Poseidon Nickel Limited (ASX:POS) advised that is has commenced delivery of nickel concentrate to Tsingshan in China from its Lake Johnston operation. Poseidon intends to deliver a minimum of 3,000 tonnes of concentrate with a value of around $1.5 million. Material is currently being loaded into containers and trucked to Fremantle for shipment to China. Poseidon expects site shipments to be completed by end of July. Sabre Resources Ltd (ASX:SBR) announced the zinc-lead discovery at Toggenburg Namibia, has been extended in length by 1000 metres during the recent extension to the shallow geochemical drilling program. Toggenburg shows large zinc and lead anomalies in shallow bedrock, measuring over 2.8 km long and up to 250 metres wide. The strongest values recorded in the most recent drilling with maximum combined zinc and lead values in excess of 2.9%.
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Stage II testing of Lithium Australia's SiLeach® process successfully underway
 
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Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT), speaks to Proactive Investors about the two-stage SiLeach® pilot plant trial at ANSTO Minerals. SiLeach® is a proprietary process for extracting lithium from mine waste materials to produce lithium chemicals. In a world first, Lithium Australia aims to convert mine waste to lithium-ion batteries. Griffin describes Stage I results as 'spectacular.' Proactive Investors can reveal that Stage II testing began two days ago, producing lithium phosphate within 16 hours of starting up.
THE EXIT STRATEGY: Good For the Few...
 
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New to ITM Trading? Get your FREE ITM INVESTMENT GUIDE: http://info.itmtrading.com/thanks-yt-free-guide/?ytvIT02282019 Link to the Slides and Sources: https://www.itmtrading.com/blog/exit-strategy-good-lynette-zang/ Unicorn investors are ready to execute their exit strategy, the big question is if markets can remain at these elevated levels long enough to inspire new money to take the risk, or, at least, capture enough managed money to get out. They bought low, now they want to sell really, really high. That’s my strategy too. That why I convert my failing fiat money into real gold money. As the reset unfolds, I will take advantage of the reset valuations. Will you? Future questions send to [email protected]rading.com any additional inquiries email [email protected] And if you want to actually DO about all of this, that's what we specialize in at ITM Trading. How do you protect your wealth for the next collapse and financial reset? Yes Gold and Silver, but what types? How much of each? What strategy? If you're asking these questions you're already ahead of the game... We're here to assist you, as it is our mission to safeguard the public from the inevitable downfall of the dollar. We are the most recommended precious metals company in the industry for good reason, because we treat you just as prestigious as our gold. Find out if you're properly protected today... We are here to serve you: 877-410-1414 You can also email us at: [email protected] For Instant Updates and Important News, please follow us on: https://www.ITMTrading.com https://twitter.com/itmtrading https://twitter.com/itmtrading_zang https://facebook.com/ITMTrading By ITM Trading's Lynette Zang ITM Trading Inc. © Copyright, 1995 - 2018 All Rights Reserved.
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Jekyll Island Series - Adrian Day: Gold Stocks - Biggest Opportunity In Thirty Years
 
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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Adrian talks about the difficulties facing gold mining companies and their stocks. A lot of people do not understand the inherent complexities in this industry such as high capital costs, low odds of success in exploration, and fixed assets that can be taxed or confiscated. When you look at the gold market not only is gold cheap but gold stocks are cheap even in comparison to gold. This is the most significant opportunity in thirty years to buy gold stocks. The boom in China prompted the bull market of the early 2000's. He doesn’t think that will be the story going forward even though China will likely recover. The story going forward will be the shortage of new deposits. Mines are depleting assets for every ounce they recover they have to locate new ounces. When you look at all of the production, you realize we are not finding enough to replace what we are mining. This story is likely to persist for the next five to ten years regardless of the gold price. If the price goes up, there will be a bit of production that can be increased, but there aren’t enough new mines that can come online in any reasonable time frame. There are a lot of major mines that are reaching the end of their deposits. All of these things are positive for the price of gold. When the broad market falls, gold stocks will often decline at least briefly. There was a good recovery from 2009-2012 in gold stocks. The question you need to ask is how cheap are the gold stocks and did they participate in the previous rally. In 1987 when the market crashed gold stocks were over-valued you can’t say that today by any objective standard. Gold stocks today are quite cheap. If we have a decline in the next year or two gold stocks should recover very quickly.
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Gold chip Mine Zim
 
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Lithium Australia adding to its circular economy with new anode material program
 
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Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT), speaks to Proactive Investors ahead of presenting at the Technology and Low Emission Minerals Conference in Perth, Western Australia. Griffin updates on the integrated lithium company's operations, in the context of market movements and opportunities. Lithium Australia announced today that it is embarking on a program to produce advanced anode materials, to complement the lithium-ion phosphate cathode powder it already produces through its subsidiary VSPC Ltd.
Alastair Ford's Christmas pick of the African miners
 
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Mining Capital's Alastair Ford kicks off by talking through what's been a busy week for Xtract Resources PLC (LON:XTR). Their Mozambican subsidiary has negotiated a “significantly enhanced” deal with the contract alluvial miners at the Manica gold project, plus a chinese contractor announced they're now pouring gold at the project in Mozambique. Ford also discusses Jubilee Platinum PLC which is due to begin trading as Jubilee Metals Group from Friday, 15 December. Other companies put under the spotlight include Galileo Resources PLC (LON:GAL) and Kennedy Ventures plc (LON:KENV). Wrapping up with a quick few words on what was a packed week of presentations at Mines and Money, 121 Mining and the Mining Capital conferences in London last week, Ford says there was a strong line up with one of the standouts to watch being Excelsior Mining (TSX:MIN; OTC:EXMGF).
Afghan President comments on regional economy, mineral wealth
 
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(18 Jun 2010) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Afghan President Hamid Karzai taking podium at the Japan Institute of International Affairs 2. Cutaway of audience 3. SOUNDBITE (English) Hamid Karzai, Afghan President: "So the prospects for Afghanistan are massively great and good. It's a country that will not only be rich, but will be very rich. It will be the industrial hub of mineral resources, and The New York Times described it very, very well, calling Afghanistan 'the Saudi Arabia of lithium'. So Saudi Arabia is the oil capital of the world, Afghanistan will be the lithium capital of the world." 4. Wide of Karzai speaking 5. SOUNDBITE (English) Hamid Karzai, Afghan President: "Morally, Afghanistan should give access as a priority to those countries that have helped Afghanistan massively in the past few years." 6. Mid shot of Sadako Ogata, former chair of the 1st donor conference on Afghan construction, held in Tokyo 2002, speaking to Karzai 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Hamid Karzai, Afghan President: (referring to mining of minerals) "But if.... it will need us to have time, we should be patient to have time. Rather than doing it quickly, we should do it properly with adequate safeguards, adequate environmental guarantees in place, and a proper system of management and distribution. The sooner the better, keeping these three factors in mind." 8. Karzai ending speech, applause STORYLINE Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Friday said the prospects for his country were "massively great and good" and, referring to Afghanistan's vast mineral wealth, said the country "will not only be rich, but will be very rich." Geologists have known for decades that Afghanistan has vast mineral wealth, but a US Department of Defence briefing this week put a startling price tag on the country's reserves of iron, copper, cobalt, gold and other prized minerals: at least 908 (b) billion US dollars. For Afghanistan, a violent, landlocked country with virtually no exports, it is a potential windfall, although formidable obstacles remain to realise it, including lack of investment, infrastructure and adequate security in most of the nation. The value of Afghanistan's mineral riches could rise even higher when taking into account the country's unknown reserves of lithium, a key ingredient in products from medicines to mobile phone batteries, potentially resting beneath dried-up lake beds scattered across the country. Addressing a Tokyo think tank - the Japan Institute of International Affairs - on Friday, Karzai said Afghanistan would be the "industrial hub of mineral resources." "The New York Times described it very, very well, calling Afghanistan 'the Saudi Arabia of lithium'. So Saudi Arabia is the oil capital of the world, Afghanistan will be the lithium capital of the world," he said. Most of the data on Afghanistan's mineral resources was produced between the early 1950s and 1985 - some by the Soviet Union during its war in Afghanistan. Much was hidden and protected by Afghan scientists during the following two decades of conflict, but after 2001, the data was returned to the Afghan government. Geologists say there is a motherlode of the mineral lithium in Ghazni province in a dangerous area of eastern Afghanistan. But large deposits may not mean an automatic windfall - given competition and the uncertainty of the market. If impoverished Afghanistan is seen as having a bright economic future, that could help foreign governments persuade their war-fatigued publics that securing the country is worth the fight and loss of troops. Karzai emphasised that access to natural resources would be given "as a priority to those countries that have helped Afghanistan massively in the past few years." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/567db5bf0d8c1283b6842400de92e87a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Lithium Australia's MD reviews progress throughout the supply chain in 2018
 
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Adrian Griffin, managing director of Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT), provides Proactive Investors with an overview of progress made throughout 2018 towards the company's stated strategic goal of closing the loop on lithium supply. Topics of discussion include exploration projects, the acquisition of VSPC Ltd and development of the SiLeach® process for extracting lithium chemicals from mica, the production of both cathode and anode powders, development of the LieNA lithium extraction from spodumene process, and recycling works. Speaking about the latter, Griffin says, "If you look at current processing technologies on a global basis, only [about 9%] of lithium ion batteries ever get back into the supply chain via recycling route and the rest go to landfill. In Australia, the proportion that gets back into the recycling chain is diminishing [currently around 2%]... the material in those lithium ion batteries has a grade that is about 100 times higher than an ore body that's required to produce a battery in the first place. So it should be very cheap material."
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Berry on graphite, lithium and the electric vehicle market revolution
 
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May 21, 2015 — Chris Berry, co-editor of the Disruptive Discoveries Journal, founder of House Mountain Partners, LLC and Host for InvestorIntel in an interview with InvestorIntel Publisher Tracy Weslosky discusses the recent Tesla Motors Powerall battery announcement, and how it will increase demand for graphite, lithium, cobalt and copper. They also discuss the supply and demand for the electric vehicle market revolution and why he is bullish on copper. They then go into the synthetic graphite market debate and the trend towards the declining cost of electric vehicle batteries. Tracy Weslosky: Chris as one of the top experts in clean tech, one of our well-known speakers with technology metals, can you tell us a little bit about how the impact of the Powerall battery announcement by Tesla last week is going to affect demand in the sector? Chris Berry: Well, overall, it's going to affect different metals differently. Obviously it's going to push up lithium. It's going to push up cobalt and it will probably have a material effect on graphite as well. Those are the big three. I think one of the metals that is overlooked with respect to the battery business is copper. That's another one that I'm particularly bullish on out over the next, say, 3 or 5 years. Tracy Weslosky: So let me make sure I heard this properly. I haven't heard you promote copper before: you’re hot for copper? Chris Berry: Well, you know, copper is much different than some of the technology metals or the energy metals that I've covered in the past. You've got a situation where the lithium market globally is about 160,000 tons a year and copper is 23 million. So for all of the press that lithium gets, it really pales in comparison from a demand perspective. You know, when you start thinking about copper's ubiquity in terms of building out electrical infrastructure, not to mention electric vehicles, you know, the statistics that I have seen say that you need about 150 pounds of copper per full electric vehicle. When you start to think about demand-- potential demand growth rates for full EVs, I mean, I've seen statistics that say by 2025, which is in 10 years, if electric vehicles are 10% of the global automotive fleet, you're going to need about an additional million tons of copper per year, so that puts that in perspective. A million tons a year is about the size of Escondida, which is one of the largest copper mines in the world. It's interesting because you can see that the demand is there and because copper prices have been depressed in recent years because of China slowing down and so on and so forth, the funding, if you will, for exploration and development of new mines just hasn't kept up with the demand. That's one of the reasons why I'm really bullish over the next 5 years. Tracy Weslosky: I can see why. I want you to be one of my keynote speakers at next year's Technology Metals Summit. Further to this, if this is the, kind of, mind-blowing demand for copper that we're going to need globally for electric vehicles, what's going to happen to graphite? Chris Berry: Well, graphite is a little bit different. Again, it's about a million and a half tons a year roughly from a demand perspective so it's much larger. To access the rest of the interview, click here
Views: 1133 InvestorIntel
Fundamentals Point To "Much Brighter" Days For Gold
 
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Current monetary policies have made the precious metals a more attractive investment option, said Alain Corbani, head of commodities at Finance SA. “My bet, and so far it has been the safest, is to follow what the Fed is saying. So, basically they are saying ‘we are not going to raise rates anymore,’ they are saying that they don’t see a threat on the inflation front. So, the bottom line is real rates will stay where they are. We are going to have a little more inflation … and twin deficits, high debt-to-GDP. I’ll remind you [that these] are the basic ingredients for gold to perform. [It also] means lower U.S. currency, and higher gold price,” Corbani told Kitco News at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada convention in Toronto. _________________________________________________________________ Kitco News is the world’s #1 source of metals market information. Our videos feature interviews with prominent industry figures to bring you market-affecting insights, with the goal of helping people make informed investment decisions. Subscribe to our channel to stay up to date on the latest insights moving the metals markets. For more breaking news, visit http://www.kitco.com/ Follow us on social media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/KitcoNews/?ref=br_rs Twitter - https://twitter.com/kitconewsnow Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/116266490328854474588 StockTwits - https://stocktwits.com/kitconews Live gold price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/gold-price-today-usa/ Live silver price and charts: http://www.kitco.com/silver-price-today-usa/ Don’t forget to sign up for Kitco News’ Weekly Roundup – comes out every Friday to recap the hottest stories & videos of the week: https://connect.kitco.com/subscription/newsletter.html Join the conversation @ The Kitco Forums and be part of the premier online community for precious metals investors: https://gold-forum.kitco.com/ Disclaimer: Videos are not trading advice and the views expressed may not reflect those of Kitco Metals Inc.
Views: 3527 Kitco NEWS
Lithium Australia 'closing the loop' on producing cathode powder from waste materials
 
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Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) managing director Adrian Griffin explains the company's innovative and integrated approach to producing the in-demand battery metal, which includes proprietary technologies for tailings processing and battery recycling. "We believe we can process waste material from other people's operations, and those operations aren't just lithium operations; there's a lot of lithium minerals contained in deposits such as tin, tantalum, and clay minerals... we've taken positions in most of the major lithium provinces around the world so that if we do a deal to recover lithium from other people's waste materials, and there's a supply chain problem with respect to that, we can then go and mine our own deposits," says Griffin.
North American rare earths race heats up with patent advantage
 
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April 5, 2017 -- Greg Andrews, President and CEO of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss Search Minerals progress towards becoming the next producer of rare earths and sustainability challenges in North America (NA). With a technology advantage, Greg discusses Search Minerals’ metallurgy patent which increases recovery rates and reduces the cost of production for rare earths. Specifically, Search is taking their 99% pure rare earth oxide to refineries, which will obviously increase the NA supply. Greg will be presenting at InvestorIntel’s 6th Annual Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit on Monday and Tuesday, May 15th and 16th in Toronto, Canada at the Omni King Edward Hotel. Tracy Weslosky: Greg, it’s so exciting to have what is unquestionably the next producer of rare earths in North America. Greg Andrews: We want to be that next rare earth producer for North America. We just released our metallurgy report, which was very exciting and exceeded our expectations. Tracy Weslosky: We were just talking to Dr. David Dreisinger about your pilot plant operation and your rare earth oxide. Can you tell us more about this? Greg Andrews: We’re really excited because we’ve been able to prove the metallurgy from our ore sample at Foxtrot right to the end product, which is a high purity 99% mixed rare earth oxide. The next step for us now is taking it to the refineries. It opens up a whole new audience to us for strategic investors, investors, offtake agreement partners. It’s fantastic news for us…to access the full interview, click here Disclaimer: Search Minerals Inc. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel Corp.
Views: 330 InvestorIntel
Market Update - More Selling In Gold And Silver
 
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Views: 1139 John Howell
Lithium Australia's purchase of Sadisdorf further aligns it to European EV industry
 
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Lithium Australia NL (ASX:LIT) managing director Adrian Griffin speaks to Proactive Investors about the integrated battery metal producer’s recently announced purchase of the Sadisdorf Lithium Tin Project in Saxony, Germany from Tin International AG. It was a farm-in and joint-venture with Tin International. The recent drilling that we’ve done does confirm the size of the deposit, and it’s open, so will grow... We’ve looked at the mineralogy, we know what the lithium distribution is, we’ve got access to underground workings so we’ve re-sampled much of that. So we can see the deposit in three dimensions, you can walk through it, and that gives you a lot of confidence. Not only that, we have produced lithium concentrate from it, and taken that right through to the extraction of lithium. So we see it as relatively low risk," says Griffin.
Views: 162 Lithium Australia
Focus Graphite CEO on huge demand
 
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Don Baxter, the chief executive of Focus Graphite (CVE:FMS), talks about the increasing demand for graphite from the likes of electric car maker Tesla. Baxter explains the company’s unique method of producing graphite and outlines the timeline to production.
Northern Graphite's Greg Bowes bullish on graphite prices
 
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August 15, 2016 -- Northern Graphite Corp. (TSXV: NGC | OTCQX: NGPHF) owns a 100% interest in the Bissett Creek large-flake graphite deposit, located in eastern Ontario and 15km from the Trans-Canada Highway and is five hours by road from the port of Montreal. InvestorIntel Senior Editor Christopher Ecclestone has described Northern Graphite as being less one of the "noise-makers and more one of the doers ... Amongst the new wave of projects it has the best infrastructure, the lowest capital costs, the best flake size distribution and the lowest unit operating costs which offsets it being a lower grade deposit". But, as with rare earths, being a graphite play means a lot more than just becoming a miner. There is a technology wall to climb, and few have begun that climb. In this interview with InvestorIntel reporter Fred Cowans, Northern Graphite CEO Gregory Bowes explains the technology leap that faces most juniors. Using Fred's opening example of a cell phone battery that died after just three years, Gregory Bowes then goes on to explain the leap in technology required from producing batteries for cameras and cell phones (that would usually be replaced before three years was up) to those for electric vehicles where such cars need to retain 80% of their battery capacity after eight years. As he explains: - Western graphite companies cannot use the dangerous acid employed by the Chinese to purify spherical graphite. They need to perfect their own purification solutions. - Only four companies have figured out how to make a battery suited to an EV; every other company faces a "huge technological challenge" to complete their qualification work. - Why he is bullish on graphite prices — and expects them to follow the lithium trajectory, - The problem that many hopefuls face of making their economics work by planning ambitious production targets. Disclaimer: Northern Minerals Corp. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
Views: 792 InvestorIntel
Focus Graphite (CVE:FMS) President Don Baxter Presents at Investorium.tv in Vancouver 2014
 
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Focus Graphite (CVE:FMS) President Don Baxter presented live to an audience of sophisticated investors and live webcast at the Fairmont Pacific Rim Vancouver on January 20th 2014. Mr Baxter holds a degree in Mining Engineering from Queen's University, is a Registered Professional Engineer and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101. Mr. Baxter served as President of Northern Graphite Corporation between February 2, 2011 and July 8, 2013 and was responsible for all technical aspects relating to the Bissett Creek graphite project including the bankable feasibility study, metallurgical test work and environmental and mine permitting. He also served as Mine Superintendent at the Kearney Graphite mine when it operated in the 1990s. Mr. Baxter served as a Director of Mining at Ontario Graphite Ltd., has worked for Inco and Noranda Minerals as well as numerous consulting projects for base and precious metals.
Views: 1737 ABN Newswire
Anthony Milewski: LME Week Likely to Play Major Role in Nickel Pricing for 2018
 
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To subscribe to our newsletter and get notified of new shows, please visit http://palisaderadio.com Anthony discusses how the London Metal Exchange gathering takes place this week. It is a meeting of all of the producers and consumers for base metals in London. It’s a time when they come together and discuss the market trends, plan and may even begin putting together contracts for specific base metals. It often sets the tone for the year. Last year cobalt was the big news out of LME week. This year Anthony thinks there will greater interest centered around nickel. Last year the cobalt trade got a lot of attention and this year will focus will likely be on nickel. There is a bifurcation of the nickel market. He thinks that we will see that specific types of nickel are very much in demand due to battery applications and will head into deficit. These products have premiums, and the broader market will begin to consider the ramifications. Nickel will be in increasingly high demand due to the electric vehicle battery market. He feels a huge premium will open up over the high-quality nickel market while the lower end pig-iron nickel market won’t change as much. Copper is a very liquid market however a significant amount will be required in electric vehicles. It will take awhile for this demand to ramp up but it’s coming. Another question one needs to ask is what happens to the electric grid once electric vehicles become commonplace. It seems likely that much of the power network will require upgrades and that will likewise require additional copper. Copper has an exciting few years ahead.
Views: 835 Palisade Radio
Chile's Underground Riches
 
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Below the surface of Chile's Salar de Atacama desert is one of the richest lithium deposits known to man. Mark Strassmann reports the deposit will be at the forefront of the world's energy future.
Views: 716 CBS
Saxon on Tasman’s Prefeasibility Study and the REE-Awakening of the Rare Earth Market
 
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March 24, 2015 — Mark Saxon, President, CEO and Director of Tasman Metals Ltd. (NYSE MKT: TAS | TSXV: TSM) in an interview with Tracy Weslosky, Publisher for InvestorIntel speaks about their recent +77% stock movement and their recent prefeasibility study for Tasman's flagship Norra Kärr project, along with a general discussion on the rising global demand for rare earths like dysprosium and terbium. Tracy Weslosky: It has been. It's nice to have you in-house. Why don't we just kick off this discussion by saying congratulations -- you're stock price was up +77% (NYSE MKT: TAS) and +68% (TSXV: TSM) last month. Mark Saxon: Yes. Certainly it's been a very strong February. It's nice to have a month like that behind us I suppose. The rare earth sector hasn't seen really strong trading like that for a very long time. Tracy Weslosky: Well, you know, what's interesting to me is it seems to be the rare earth and critical materials right across the board. You have tungsten as well, which is technically a critical material. Mark Saxon: I guess. We've seen the markets reawaken. Perhaps it's the New Year and perhaps it's the start of a new cycle. I'm not sure which one, but certainly for our stock in particular the stock was up on very strong volume, which obviously all goes well for the next few months. Tracy Weslosky: For all of the InvetorIntel audience that's currently watching the news out of China, of course, there's a huge demand or the prices have definitely been rising aggressively in both terbium and dysprosium, yes? Mark Saxon: Yes, certainly they have. I guess the news from China is very positive for those metals and it's about time. The prices have been falling for a while and then stabilizing and so we've now seen some lift in the prices. Certainly Tasman has a good opportunity to be a large supplier of both those metals. Tracy Weslosky: Tasman, of course, has got two of the largest projects in heavy rare earths in the world and you just put out your prefeasibility study. Can you please give us an update? Mark Saxon: So we just published the prefeasibility study Tracy for our Norra Kärr project, which is Tasman's flagship. Obviously, as I think we've said, it's in Sweden. It's got great infrastructure, a very large deposit and we have done the prefeasibility on a 20-year mine life, although it's very much larger than that. I guess the key thing, you know, in the prefeasibility we're focused on having a very simple processing flow sheet. The technology and the chemicals that are required are very simple, are used widely in Sweden today. Much of the technology we're using is Scandinavian and so very, very simple and not dependent on any new and untested technologies. That means there's a very high level of trust in the process. The financials are good. The rate of return is 20% after tax. The capex is $375 million. It's very cheap on the current market and certainly that's one of the lowest capex’s for a major dysprosium producing project….to access the rest of this interview, click here https://youtu.be/FHmhG6Um96E Disclaimer: Tasman Metals Ltd. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
Views: 263 InvestorIntel
Ucore' COO on the SuperLig®-One separation pilot plant for rare earths
 
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April 7, 2016 - In a special InvestorIntel interview, Publisher Tracy Weslosky speaks with Ken Collison, COO for Ucore Rare Metals, Inc. (TSXV:UCU | OTCQX:UURAF) on the commissioning of the SuperLig®-One rare earth element separation pilot plant. They also discuss Ucore’s Molecular Recognition Technology (MRT) and both the product and green competitive advantage of MRT. Ucore will be presenting at the upcoming Cleantech & Technology Metals Summit on May 10-11th. Tracy Weslosky: I’d like to start by congratulating you. You just recently announced the completion of construction of SuperLig® pilot plant number one. Ken Collison: Yeah. It’s been a real milestone for us. We did all the lab work for separating rare earths and scandium and made the announcement I guess about a year ago and so the next step was to build our pilot plant, SuperLig®-One. We’re now well along the way. We’re starting to commission it with water and then we’re preparing pregnant solution right now from sorted ore from Bokan. SGS Lakefield is doing that in Ontario. Then we’ll start commissioning it on PLS from Bokan and then we’ll run it continuously for 2 or 3 weeks on PLS so big step for us. Tracy Weslosky: And of course, Ucore Rare Metals is one of the few companies that have actually been doing very well in the rare earth sector. Your stock has moved very nicely. With the SuperLig®-One pilot plant you have a very exciting technology that you have the exclusive rights to worldwide. Is that correct? Ken Collison: Yes we have and the nice thing about its green. There’s been a number of papers written on molecular recognition technology and the fact that it’s green chemistry. You recycle the things you use and it’s quite different than SX. You don’t have to build a football field size plant and you don’t have to spend $200 or $300 million dollars to do it and it’s green. Tracy Weslosky: Okay. So for everybody out there in InvestorIntel just in case you don’t necessarily understand the molecular recognition technology process, would you mind just giving us a quick overview of why this will basically revolutionize the extraction of rare earths, is that correct and other technology metals? Ken Collison: Yeah, other technology metals and other metals as well. One of the big reasons is it recovers 99% of them and it’s clean and it produces very high-grade concentrates. It’s a small unit so low capital costs, low operating costs compared to existing technology. That applies to rare earths, but also other metals and so there’s real opportunity to, sort of, modernize the mining industry cause it really hasn’t changed much in 100 years when it comes to separation of metals. That makes it exciting. Tracy Weslosky: So Ken, of course, Ucore is going to be presenting at the Cleantech and Technology Metals Summit because of this cleantech revolution and you’re a participant because of this technology. I think I’d like you to explain a little bit more about why this technology is green. Ken Collison: Well, one of the main reasons is if you look at the traditional way of separating rare earths is solvent extraction. It uses a lot of solvents. There’s a lot of potential environmental issues and existing environmental issues where with this it’s designed so that it doesn’t use a lot of solvents…to access the complete interview, click here Disclaimer: Ucore Rare Metals, Inc. is an advertorial member of InvestorIntel.
Views: 896 InvestorIntel
Gold Currency
 
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Two Top Stocks: http://www.FutureMoneyTrends.com/Invest Visit & Share Our BLOG: http://FMTBlog.com http://www.cslfinancialgroup.net Virginia begins to look at alternative currencies in case Fed breaks down http://www.examiner.com/finance-examiner-in-national/virginia-begins-to-look-at-alternative-currencies-case-fed-breaks-down  "to study whether the Commonwealth should adopt a currency to serve as an alternative to the currency distributed by the Federal Reserve System in the event of a major breakdown of the Federal Reserve System." Utah proposes gold based system http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/50949183-76/gold-state-utah-coins.html.csp
Views: 5514 VictoryIndependence
The Graphite Opportunity - Matthew Gowing ,Mackie Research Capital
 
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Matthew discusses the market for graphite in this interview on BNN
Views: 1757 Northern Graphite