Archive for the ‘Graphite Companies’ Category

Latest Graphite Market Expertise From Graphite Guru, Simon Moores

05.11.2014 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

The following exclusive interview of Simon Moores of Industrial Minerals was conducted on May 9th via phone and email. Mr. Moores is a leading expert in global graphite markets. He is a highly sought out commentator and over the past several months has been saying that graphite prices are poised to move higher in 2h ...

Graphite One Resources, High-Grade, Large-Flake, At Surface, Massive U.S. Deposit

05.08.2014 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

In studying the rapidly growing graphite market and the junior companies that hope to be its leaders, it quickly becomes apparent which attributes are of paramount importance. It largely comes down to security of supply, jurisdiction, economies of scale, in-situ grade, suitability for high-technology applications, time to first production, position on the cost curve and ...

Interview With the, “Graphite Guru” Simon Moores of Industrial Minerals Data

03.28.2014 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

The following interview was conducted on March 26-27 via phone and email. Please Follow Simon Moores on Twitter: @sdmoores Please Follow Peter Epstein on Twitter: @peterepstein2 Simon Moores is manager of Industrial Minerals Data, a business that sets prices for natural graphite and fluorspar industries from offices in London and Shanghai. He has been reporting ...

Bullish News for Graphite Juniors! Graphite One and Big North Graphite Worth a Look

03.27.2014 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

Like most natural resource sectors, graphite has been hot at times… and not so hot. Back in 2011, when there was extreme excitement about coal, potash, iron ore and precious metals, graphite stocks experienced a day in the sun. However, when gold, silver, coking coal and iron ore prices crashed in 2012-13, so did graphite ...

Graphite Stocks on Fire, Graphite One Gaining Attention as a U.S. Powerhouse!

03.10.2014 · Posted in Graphite Companies

The following interview was conducted last week at the PDAC convention in Toronto. Answering my questions is Anthony Huston, President & CEO of Graphite One [GPH.V] [GPHOF]. Graphite One is an advanced exploration-stage Graphite company with 100% of its assets in the State of Alaska. The market cap of the company is C$25 million / ...

Big North Graphite Signs Blockbuster LOI For Near-Term Flake Graphite Production

01.10.2014 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

Big North Graphite [NRT.V] [BNCIF] is a highly speculative small-cap company that is not suitable for all investors. Proper due diligence, including consulting with a financial adviser, should be done before investing in any small-cap company. NOTE: The analysis and forecasts I offer are entirely my own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the beliefs ...

A Primary Chinese Flake Graphite Region Halting Production, 10% of Global Suppy

12.18.2013 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

18th December 2013 TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – One of China’s primary flake graphite producing regions had been ordered to halt production on environmental grounds, which would take about 10% of the world’s flake graphite supply off the market, the equivalent of 60,000 t/y, UK-based market research firm Industrial Minerals Data said this week. Given that China ...

1st Graphite Juniors in Production Will Win, Alabama Graphite a Winner (Updated Share Price 1/13/14)

11.12.2013 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

Updated on January 13, 2014 for the latest share price and market cap. NOTE: Alabama Graphite is a highly volatile micro-cap stock that may not be appropriate for all investors. Please consult an investment advisor. Mickey Fulp, the Mercenary Geologist, said in a recent interview that there are 90 or more listed graphite juniors. Like ...

Graphene Supercapacitors — Energy-Dense Replacements For Batteries Close to Commercial Reality?

10.18.2013 · Posted in Graphite, Graphite Companies

Graphene Supercapacitors — Energy-Dense Replacements For Batteries Close to Commercial Reality? October 15, 2013 by Ty Dinwoodie If there’s a bottleneck with current technology, it’s batteries. Batteries are terrible. Compared to many other methods of storing energy, especially fossil fuels, batteries aren’t very energy dense — that is, a one-pound battery stores far less energy ...

Mining M&A Starting To Show Signs Of Life – Head Of Global Mining Group Fasken Martineau

Mining M&A Starting To Show Signs Of Life – Head Of Global Mining Group Fasken Martineau (Kitco News) -With the downturn in the mining industry having seen mergers and acquisitions all but disappear in 2013, there could be an uptick on deck. John Turner, partner and head of Global Mining Group with international business law ...