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Old 03-22-2021, 05:27 AM
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Default New Critical Minerals Prospectus showcases investment opportunities

https://www.industry.gov.au/news/new...-opportunities

To attract more investment in Australia's critical minerals sector, the Prospectus includes:

an introduction to critical minerals and rare-earth elements, Australian potential, and global supplies
a profile of Australia’s current production of critical minerals and rankings against global supplies
a summary of how Australian agencies support development of critical minerals in Australia
an analysis of each critical mineral, including characteristics, current supply and demand
a list of advanced critical minerals projects in Australia, including mineral inventory, infrastructure and funding
The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) in collaboration with Geoscience Australia and the Critical Minerals Facilitation Office produced the Prospectus.
https://www.austrade.gov.au/ArticleDocuments/5572/Investment-Opportunities-in-Australian-Resources-and-Energy.pdf.aspx

Investment Opportunities in Australian Oil and Gas
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Old 03-29-2021, 01:55 AM
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Default Battery metals in 2030: lithium, cobalt, rare earths, graphite, nickel, copper

Really good article from Stockhead's analysis of UBS report.....

Battery metals in 2030: Here’s how lithium, cobalt, rare earths, graphite, nickel and copper could make your kid rich

By 2030, UBS also predict that:

Lithium demand will lift ~1100% from ~400,000 to 4.4 million tonnes
Natural graphite demand grows by 700%
Demand for nickel grows from ~2.6mtpa to 5.8mtpa
Rare earths neodymium (Nd) and praseodymium (Pr) face “a step change” in demand from ~30ktpa towards ~100ktpa
Cobalt demand to expand over the next decade from around 120ktpa to over 400ktpa
And by 2030, copper consumption in EVs — which averages 90kg vs 20kg in ICE vehicles — will represent 4.4mt of copper demand or around 13% of the total.

Read the article
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Old 04-04-2021, 07:53 AM
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Default How at risk is the US re critical minerals?

Critical_minerals_Report_June4_2019.pdf

Page 8 has a very revealing table.....

A Federal Strategy to Ensure Secure and Reliable
Supplies of Critical Minerals

The United States imports most critical mineral commodities. Specifically, the United
States is import-reliant (imports are greater than 50 percent of annual consumption)
for 31 of the 35 minerals designated as critical by the Department of the Interior.
2 The
United States does not have any domestic production and relies completely on imports
to supply its demand for 14 critical minerals.
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