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A Better Battery than Tesla? ASX Stock Invests in Graphene Battery Tech

A Better Battery than Tesla? ASX Stock Invests in Graphene Battery Tech

The electric car revolution is in full swing – ask any ASX listed lithium and graphite explorer. The rise in the development and manufacture of electric cars (EVs) is driving the increased requirement for graphite and lithium owing to their use in lithium ion batteries…

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$2BN Deal Maker Bolsters ADV Team: Lithium Drilling to Start in Days

$2BN Deal Maker Bolsters ADV Team: Lithium Drilling to Start in Days

Ardiden Ltd (ASX:ADV) has stepped up the pace in its lithium and graphite hunt in Canada. It’s just bolstered its team with the recruit of high calibre deal maker Brad Boyle, who comes with a pedigree from none other than Triton Minerals (ASX:TON).

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Graphite Drilling in Weeks for Tiny ASX Explorer

Graphite Drilling in Weeks for Tiny ASX Explorer

In a world in which graphite stocks are capturing the interest of investors, there is one tiny graphite explorer that appears to have been overlooked.

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MOZ Motoring as Graphite Story Gains Traction

MOZ Motoring as Graphite Story Gains Traction

Mozambi Resources’ (ASX:MOZ) share price has begun its ascent as its valuation pulls closer to parity with larger neighbours Syrah, Triton and Magnis.

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MOZ Confirms High Grade Jumbo Flake Graphite

MOZ Confirms High Grade Jumbo Flake Graphite

This is on the strength of its progress on its world-class project in the Nachu province in Tanzania, which has already attracted offtake partners for its planned graphite production of 250,000 tonnes per annum over a 30 year mine life.

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$4M MOZ Continues to Take On Graphite Majors: This Time in Tanzania

$4M MOZ Continues to Take On Graphite Majors: This Time in Tanzania

Mozambi Resources (ASX:MOZ), the micro-cap that acquired strategically significant ground in Mozambique adjacent to Syrah Resources & Triton Minerals, has just done it again… This time with an option over highly prospective licenses in close proximity to Tanzania’s largest graphite companies.

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