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Romania partners with Redivium Australia for the establishment of a Lithium-ion battery recycling facility

The National Battery Recycling System Association (SNRB) has become partners alongside Redivium Australia to build a lithium-ion battery recycling plant in Romania. The plant...

Mayor of Brčko District puts the brakes on lithium exploration in Bosnia and Herzegovina

There will be no exploration and exploitation of lithium on the territory of the Brčko District in Bosnia and Herzegovina, mayor Zijad Nišić said. Exploration...

Importance of critical raw materials: vital components for a successful transition

The World Bank estimates 3 billion tons of metals and minerals will be required by 2050 to meet the needs of the global energy...

Rio Tinto’s presence in Serbia persists despite speculation of departure, attributed to substantial land holdings

Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic said Sunday that the Rio Tinto company has not left Serbia, because it owns “a significant amount of land”...

Serbia Initiates Discussions with Rio Tinto Regarding Jadar Lithium Project

Serbia wants to hold further talks with Anglo-Australian miner Rio Tinto about its lithium project in the country, President Aleksandar Vucic said on Wednesday,...

Norway approves seabed mining exploration

Norwegian Parliament’s Tuesday vote for seabed mining in the Norwegian Sea has raised environmental concerns among many in the capital Oslo. The decision allows prospectors...

GR4FITE3 initiative reinforces resilience in the graphite sector

In an unexpected move to safeguard national security, starting from December 1, China mandates export permits for specific graphite products. With the increasing demand...

Advocating a unified vision, definitions and targets for ethical sourcing of minerals

Experts have delivered a sweeping prescription to governments, civil society and industry for a globally coordinated approach to the responsible sourcing of raw materials...

Fate of Mining Sector Hinges on China’s Stimulus Decision

January and February are usually pretty good months for Europe’s mining stocks, as factories in China rush to replenish their metals reserves. This year,...

Saudi Arabia broadens its mining horizon across Africa

Over the last couple of years, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has opened the country to foreign companies to apply for prospecting rights,...

China strengthens grip on rare earth industry amid declining production market share

In an era when rare earths are required for major green technologies, China consolidated its rare earth industry, as the dominant provider saw its...

Securing the supply of rare earths for high-tech industries in Europe

A group of critical raw materials may help Europe reduce supply-chain vulnerabilities. Dr. Arne Petter Ratvik is championing high-tech goods for Europe through a low-tech...

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