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China’s Dominance: Africa’s Lithium Supply Set to Almost Triple

Chinese Monopoly on Africa’s Lithium The grip of Chinese companies on Africa's lithium extraction looms large, with over 90% of the continent's anticipated lithium supply in this decade pinned to projects co-owned by Chinese entities, as indicated by Benchmark Mineral Intelligence. Growth Centered in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe...

Canada Rare Earth forges strategic ties in the Democratic Republic of Congo

New Expansive Operations Aiming to bolster its position in the market, Canada Rare Earth has ventured into the Democratic Republic of Congo to scout for mineral concessions with an eye on acquisition. The company's strategic objective is to secure 2-3 exclusive sources of rare...

Circular Economy: A Boost to Secondary REE Supply in the Next Three Decades ...

As our planet grapples with a rapidly evolving climate crisis, the significance of rare earth elements (REEs) in driving the transition towards a more sustainable...

ARC Resources Rouses Canada’s Natural Gas for Transatlantic Journey

Fuelling the US Market ARC Resources, in conjunction with Tourmaline, has signed an agreement with Cheniere to supply an impressive 140,000 MMBtus of natural gas daily from Alberta and British Columbia to the American company. Both entities are recognized as mainstays in the gas...

Rio Tinto, Prysmian sign supply deal for low-carbon aluminium from Canadian operations

Rio Tinto and Prysmian have signed a five-year supply agreement for low-carbon aluminium made with renewable hydropower from Rio Tinto’s Canadian operations. This agreement will support Prysmian’s decarbonization drive towards achieving its objective to be carbon neutral by 2050. The companies have also signed a...

The Impact of the US Inflation Reduction Act Reveals Challenges in Critical Mineral Supply

A recent report sheds light on the significant hurdles that the US faces in ensuring the success of operational projects, with implications for mining and refining countries. Addressing these challenges is crucial in shaping domestic production prospects, according to Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman...