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EcoPro Group expands investment in Indonesian nickel industry amid anticipation of US trade deal

South Korea's EcoPro Group, a major player in electric vehicle (EV) battery materials, is boosting its investment in Indonesia to ensure a stable supply...

Lifezone Metals secures License for Multi-Metal Processing Facility in Tanzania

Lifezone Metals Limited, under the leadership of CEO Chris Showalter, has announced the acquisition of a Multi-Metal Processing Facility Licence from the Tanzanian Government....

Ongoing trade of Russian nickel and fertilizers to Finland amid Ukraine conflict

Amidst the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, railway transports of Russian nickel and fertilizers to Finland persist into their third year, even after the Finnish...

Advancing Tanzania’s mining sector: Lifezone Metals’ Kabanga Nickel Project reaches key milestone

Situated in north-west Tanzania, the Kabanga Nickel Project stands out as one of the world’s largest and highest-grade undeveloped nickel sulfide deposits. Managed by...

Issues surrounding indonesian nickel ore quotas and demand persist

Industry insiders express frustration over the limitations and allocations imposed on nickel ore quotas in Indonesia, hindering the efficient flow of approved ores due...

Indonesia’s nickel industry: Challenges and prospects on the path to EV leadership

The recent acquisition of PT Vale Indonesia, a nickel miner, by state-owned mining holding company MIND ID has solidified the Indonesian government's influence in...

Dynamics and hurdles in the battery materials market amidst EV growth and shifting supplies

In recent times, the stability of battery demand and raw material supply in the face of global economic fluctuations experienced a shift in 2023....

Aluminum slid and nickel pared earlier gains after a package of US sanctions omitted any major curbs on Russian industrial metals

The action announced on Friday included measures against more than 500 people and entities linked to Russia’s war machine, but left the country’s base...

Extraction of raw materials could rise 60% by 2060

The United Nations’ flagship Global Resources Outlook report is the portrait of a juggernaut. Due to be published later this month by the UN’s...
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