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Graphjet Technology to build new agricultural waste-to-graphite production facility in Nevada

Malaysia-based Graphjet Technology, a developer of patented technologies to produce graphite and graphene directly from agricultural waste, plans to build a commercial artificial graphite production facility in Nevada. This plant is expected to be a first-of-its-kind in the United States. The plant is expected to be capable of recycling up to 30,000 metric …

LCA study shows Vianode graphite production process has a low carbon footprint of 1.9 kg CO2e/kg

Vianode, an advanced battery materials company providing sustainable anode graphite solutions, announced that Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of its planned industrial scale production of graphite verified a climate change impact of 1.9 kg CO2 equivalents per kilogra, graphite produced in Vianode’s process. Feedstock material production and processing are considered the main emission contributors. …

Lomiko announces excellent results from the La Loutre Graphite single-layer Phase 2

Lomiko Metals Inc. has announced it has successfully completed Phase 2 of the single-layer pouch cell battery testing of its La Loutre graphite material with Polaris Battery Labs, LLC (“Polaris”). In Phase 1, Polaris completed half-cell coin battery testing, confirming good material electrochemical performance metrics compared to industry standards. In Phase …

Syrah signs Balama binding offtake with Posco Future M for Balama natural graphite product

Syrah Resources Limited signed a binding offtake agreement with Posco Future M Co., Ltd for natural graphite fines from Syrah’s Balama Graphite Operations in Mozambique. The offtake agreement is an important development in the company’s sales strategy to transition Balama natural graphite sales to a more geographically diversified and commercially aligned customer …

Syrah Resources begins natural graphite active anode material production at Vidalia

Syrah Resources has begun production of natural graphite active anode materila (AAM) at its 11.25ktpa facility in Vidalia, Louisiana. Vidalia is the first vertically integrated natural graphite AAM supplier outside China, processing natural graphite from Syrah’s Balama Graphite Operation in Mozambique. Syrah Managing Director and CEO Shaun Verne, says “Commencing …

Northern Graphite shares up on news of battery materials group launch

NGC will be operated by Northern and financed by selling excess production capacity to partners and other material developers. Northern will pay Heraeus a 2% royalty on sales of all Porocarb products.
The group will specialize in advanced material analytics and electrochemical characterization techniques for carbon and battery materials as well as providing in-depth expertise in the field of high-temperature processing, scale-up, and carbon design. This will enable Northern to provide tailored solutions to EV battery makers and original equipment manufacturers to satisfy their various unique battery requirements.
NGC Battery Materials Group will lead the development of Northern’s planned modular 200,000 tonnes-per-year Baie-Comeau, Que., battery anode material plant, with construction anticipated to begin in 2026, subject to financing.
Northern shares traded at C$0.20 apiece on Wednesday afternoon in Toronto, valuing the company at C$26 million. Its shares traded in a 52-week range of C$0.16 and C$0.64.