Battery-grade nickel demand to grow as world sets sights on low-carbon future
The global green transition and electrification of transport has started a paradigm shift in the demand dynamics of metals, which are required for a low-carbon future, and are set to experience a significant boost in demand in the coming decade at least, says research agency Fitch Solutions.
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Advanced gold-silver and nickel projects in Mexico and Canada
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The Importance of Class One Nickel for the EV Markets
Q&A with Ken Hoffman, Co-head of EV Battery Materials Research, McKinsey and Co. January 12, 2021
“There are two main features that consumers want in an electric vehicle, which is generally to match what they have today in a petrol car. They want range and they want recharge time. In range they want between 650 to 900 kilometers. And for recharge time they want about five or six minutes, which is how long it takes to refill your car. For this type of range, batteries need to have nickel.”
Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to recover cobalt, nickel.
“If you can integrate carbon capture with the recovery of previously inaccessible minerals, say of nickel and cobalt, you could make some lower grade mines more viable,” said Jessica Hamilton, lead author of the study and a researcher at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation and Monash University in a media statement.
Inomin acquires La Gitana and Pena Blanca gold-silver properties in Mexico.
Properties prospective for large, near-surface, bulk-tonnage gold and silver deposits.
“I was very impressed by the intersections from the drilling program, which appeared to have defined a near-surface gold and silver mineralized body,” John Gomez
Mining.com - Inomin expands Beaver-Lynx nickel project
- Inomin Mines (TSX.V: MINE) announced that it has expanded its Beaver-Lynx nickel project by 6,040 hectares through staking and the buyout of eight properties held by third-parties.
- In a press release, Inomin explained that the Beaver nickel-cobalt property has increased to 7,528 hectares from 4,250 hectares, while the Lynx property is now 12,662 hectares, up from 9,900 hectares.
According to the Vancouver-based miner, the new ground within both properties covers nickel occurrences and prominent gravity anomalies that may be related to local mineralization.