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Image of Dalgaranga mine Dalgaranga mine, Australia
Published: 04 Mar 22
A gold mine about 65 km north-west of Mt Magnet, in Western Australia.
Image of gold nuggets Mungari mine, Australia
Published: 25 Feb 22
A gold mine 20 km west of Kalgoorlie, in Western Australia.
Image of a mound of gold Simberi Operations, Papua New Guinea
Published: 18 Feb 22
A gold mine located on Simberi Island, in the Tabar Islands Group situated in the New Ireland province of Papua New Guinea.
Image of the Leonora operations Leonora Operations, Australia
Published: 11 Feb 22
A gold mine 235 km from Kalgoorlie in Western Australia.
Image of the Öksüt mine, in Turkey Öksüt mine, Turkey
Published: 04 Feb 22
A gold mine located in the Kayseri province of south-central Turkey,
Image of gold nuggets Otso (formerly Laiva) mine, Finland
Published: 28 Jan 22
A gold mine located in central Finland.
Image of Brazil falg and periodic table symbol for copper and gold Serote mine, Brazil
Published: 21 Jan 22
A copper/gold operation in Alagoas estate in Brazil.
Cover image of Creamer Media's Battery Metals 2021 report Battery Metals 2021/22: Demand for battery metals surging Has PDF
Published: 15 Dec 21
As the world increasingly turns towards reducing greenhouse-gas emissions and decarbonisation, the use of electric vehicles and stationary energy storage systems is expected to increase. The International Energy Agency estimates that nearly 10 000 GWh/y of batteries and other energy storage technologies will be required by 2040. As demand for batteries increases, so will demand for the metals and minerals that are needed to manufacture them; and with little or no inventory in the system and demand set to more than triple by 2025, buyers are seizing all they can. Meanwhile, battery metals producers are rushing to expand their operations and are evaluating new opportunities to keep pace with the surging demand for lithium, cobalt, copper, nickel, graphite, manganese, vanadium and some rare-earth metals. Creamer Media’s ‘Battery Metals 2021/22: Demand for battery metals surging’ report provides an overview of the battery metals market in this context. Globally, the focus of the report is on supply and demand and the creation of a sustainable battery value chain, while in Africa, the report’s focus shifts to some of the key mining projects under way.
Image of the Santa Rita mine, in Brazil Santa Rita mine, Brazil
Published: 10 Dec 21
A base metals mine in Brazil.
Image of Montem Resources' Trent mine, in Canada Tent Mountain mine, Canada
Published: 03 Dec 21
A coal mine in the Crowsnest Pass, in Canada.
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