The Australian government will double its investment in the Critical Minerals Fund to meet global demand pressures.
Drilling at the Råna Project in Norway, operated by Metals One and Kingsrose Mining, has delivered nickel and copper mineralisation.
Eurasian Resources Group has signed a preliminary five-year sales agreement with EVelution Energy for the supply of cobalt.
Fortune Minerals Ltd and Rio Tinto are collaborating to develop technology that will improve recovery of the critical minerals cobalt and bismuth.
IGO’s Nova Operation in Western Australia has become the first Australian mine to commission a Sandvik DL422iE battery-electric longhole drill.
European Green Metals Ltd has announced positive results from its initial work programme at the 14 km2 Eichigt licence in Saxony, Germany.
With global demand rising for critical raw materials like lithium, cobalt, nickel and graphite, many companies are seeking closer control over opaque supply chains and to boost recycling efforts to secure supplies and deliver on sustainability goals.
Critical Metals plc has provided a comprehensive operational update on the activities underway at its Molulu copper/cobalt asset in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).