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International Graphite is an Australian-owned company developing advanced graphite processing facilities in the UAE to provide green graphite products for growing international markets.
International Graphite’s downstream processing operation, in Western Australia, brings together the best of international manufacturing technology and Australian process engineering knowhow. The sophisticated facility will be the catalyst for a new graphite industry hub in Western Australia.
Hexagon Resources, formerly known as Lamboo Resources, is focused primarily on its McIntosh graphite project in Western Australia, though it also holds three graphite projects in South Korea, as
11/10/2015 AXE has its foot on a resource of 8.55 million tonnes @ 9% graphite content for 770,800 tonnes of contained graphite the biggest resource in Australia. But not all of AXE’s graphite was created equal, with three key projects each having different properties and
Australia's Syrah Resources fired up a graphite processing facility in July in the US state of Louisiana to turn the mineral mined in Mozambique into the precursor for EV battery anodes.
Australia's Syrah Resources fired up a graphite processing facility this month in the U.S. state of Louisiana to turn the mineral mined in Mozambique into the precursor for EV battery anodes.
Australia could be two years away from becoming home to one of the world’s largest graphite mines. Adelaide-based junior miner Renascor Resources has had a big boost towards its plans to turn Australia’s biggest graphite resource into a producing mine by 2021 after a European governmental agency earmarked substantial financial support.
21/3/2018 Another graphite product is spherical graphite, which is made from processing flake graphite. The flake form is then altered into spherical shapes and purified to at least 99.95% graphitic carbon. The resultant spherical graphite is between 10 and 40 microns, with a