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STUART MCKINNON: EcoGraf has locked in $54.6 million in a placement, completing the funding puzzle for its proposed graphite refinery at Kwinana.
Increasing interest in direct resource-related business relations (investments, offtake agreements, joint ventures) between Australia and Germany.
Rockingham is set to house a multi-million-dollar downstream processing facility supporting Western Australia’s growing battery minerals industry, with the signing of an agreement between DevelopmentWA and EcoGraf.
Article published by Nikkei Asian Review covered EcoGraf’s plant to process graphite a mineral vital to electric vehicle batteries with a purification process that does not use hydrofluoric acid, an expensive and environmentally hazardous material.
EcoGraf features in the Swiss broadcaster SRF’s business and economics program ‘ECO’, which covered WA’s emerging “Lithium Valley” which is reported to become a long-term provider of raw material for the Lithium-ion battery market. The […]
Article featured in the West Australian on Tuesday 14/01/2020
HotCopper Corporate Spotlight Interview with EcoGraf MD Andrew Spinks & CFO Howard Rae
The proposed EcoGraf processing facility in Kwinana will produce high purity battery graphite, suitable for use in lithium-ion batteries. The video demonstrates how EcoGraf has the potential to be an integral part of the Western Australian Future Battery Industry Strategy and meet the growing demand for ethical renewable energy storage.
Kibaran Resources (ASX: KNL) plans to rename itself “EcoGraph Limited” after its wholly-owned subsidiary EcoGraph at the upcoming Annual General Meeting on November 29.
Kibaran’s Kwinana proposed battery graphite processing plant granted ‘Lead Agency Support’ by Government.
“as an aside, Kibaran distinguished itself from the pack earlier this week by unveiling plans for a US$23m graphite-processing plant at Kwinana in WA.
Kibaran Resources has flagged plans for a $US22.8 million ($32.8 million) graphite processing plant at Kwinana, representing another component of the area’s growing reputation as Australia’s Lithium Valley.