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Ecograf (ASX:EGR) is now positioned to accelerate construction of its commercial scale battery anode material purification facility in Western Australia after raising $54.6m through a placement of shares priced at 60c each.
EcoGraf Limited (ASX:EGR) announced today that is partnering with GR Engineering Services Limited (ASX:GNG) to undertake works for the detailed engineering design of its new processing facility – a 20,000tpa battery graphite facility – in Western Australia.
In Australia, EcoGraf (ASX:EGR) signed a $US98m [$137.2m] agreement with the WA government to build the first spherical graphite processing facility outside China, with construction set to begin in mid-2021
WA Minister for Mines and Energy, Hon Mr Bill Johnston provided the keynote speech at the opening of the Benchmark conference and highlighted EcoGraf’s development.
The taskforce is comprised of mining companies, industry bodies and union groups, including Albemarle Lithium, the Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union, the Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA, EcoGraf, Tianqi Lithium Australia, BHP Nickel West and the Lynas Corporation, to name a few.
Bill Johnston MLA, Minister for Mines and Petroleum; Energy; Industrial Relations announces EcoGraf as part of McGowan Government’s Future Battery Industry taskforce.
(Roskill)Australian graphite explorer EcoGraf reported in June that it had signed an agreement to supply graphite products used in making batteries to a unit of German industrial conglomerate Thyssenkrupp.
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 […]
Australian graphite explorer EcoGraf Ltd said on Thursday it had signed an agreement to supply graphite products used in making batteries to a unit of German industrial conglomerate Thyssenkrupp AG, sending its shares more than […]
EcoGraf (EGR) has signed a non-binding sales deal with thyssenkrupp Materials Trading, a subsidiary of major German tech group thyssenkrupp AG. The 10-year agreement will see EcoGraf sell purified spherical graphite (SpG) battery anode material […]
Export Finance Australia has confirmed that it will consider supplying a loan to EcoGraf (EGR) for its new US$72 million development. READ MORE
“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.