Graphite – Simon Moores of Industrial Mineral Data thinks that may be the case.
Articles Tagged "mozambique"
Syrah Resources believes that its maiden inferred mineral resource for Balama East gives its Balama project the largest-known graphite and vanadium resources in the world.
Graphite – Syrah Resources believes that its maiden inferred mineral resource for Balama East gives its Balama project the largest-known graphite and vanadium resources in the world.
Coal – Japan is joining Asia’s battle for coal resources. Who will benefit from the rush for new supply?
Tantalum – Mining Weekly reported that Mozambique is expected to generate revenues close to $680 million from its resources such as gas, coal, and a wide range of minerals and metals including tantalum, according to an IMF technical team.
Graphite – Macauhub reported that Australian miner Triton Minerals has made a significant graphite outcrop discovery during prospecting in the Cabo Delgado province in Mozambique. The company will start test drilling as soon as it obtains a mining license for Balama Norte.
Graphite – Triton Minerals (ASX:TON) has discovered a substantial amount of graphitic mineralisation outcropping with an estimated length of 3.75 kilometers at the Balama North project in Mozambique.
Diamond – Mining Weekly reported that Botswana Diamonds has signed an agreement with Morminas, a Mozambican company, to assess two licence blocks for potential deposits that may have been washed down from Zimbabwe’s Marange diamond fields.
Gas – The US Geological Survey estimates that the coastal areas of Mozambique and Tanzania could hold more than 250 trillion cubic feet of gas. After decades of being overshadowed by other gas-rich areas, this Southern African nation is proving a rich hunting ground for natural gas exploration.
Gas – A brief overview of gas price developments, supply and demand and significant market movers.