Friday 23rd June 2017

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We felt really good about the properties and the spirit of the people in the community. It has truly been a testament to positive collaboration.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

There will be demand from certain companies that don’t want to touch DRC cobalt.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

If Australia had decided not to give into Chinese pressure on Monday I would be mightily surprised if China stopped buying Australia’s natural resources as a result because China desperately needs them for its economical development.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

I don’t think this technology-driven deflation in battery prices can really be stopped…. Lithium-ion battery prices have fallen 60% in the last three years alone, just since the gigafactory announcement.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

The new lithium-ion industry is a China-centric story.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

Since we are a non-regulatory, non-policy agency, we don’t directly influence policy. But we do want policy-makers to have our tools available so they can make the best science-informed decisions.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

We will essentially be exploring a new depth slice of this greenstone belt, with its numerous VMS deposits and occurrences, that has never been explored before.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

If successful, this process could create value from known resources in the U.S. and globally. The company is incorporating selective techniques used commercially in mineral extraction and water treatment in a novel fashion to achieve a result not yet seen in the lithium process sector.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

With minerals being sourced from all over the world, the possibility of supply disruption is more critical than ever.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips
 

There have been major Canadian discoveries over the last decade with this kind of geophysics. But very little of this belt, less than 5% of it, has been explored beyond 200 metres.

posted by Greg Klein - Resource Clips