Graphite represents almost 50% of the materials needed for batteries by weight, no matter the chemistry.
This visualization explores how responsible mining will be essential to meet the demand for copper and nickel.
Aggregate minerals are a necessary part of maintaining our quality of life, but just how much do we rely on them each year?
Aggregates account for half of the industrial minerals produced in the United States.
Can energy transition metals markets ramp up production to satisfy demand while meeting ever-more stringent ESG requirements?
Exploring the history and significance of Tanzania's Lake Victoria Goldfield, a strategic and significant location for gold production.
From the electrical grid to EVs, copper is a key building block for the modern economy.
Canada's Athabasca Basin has the highest-grade uranium deposits in the world, with grades that are 10 to 100 times greater than the global average.
As the only fuel source of low-carbon, scalable, reliable, and affordable electricity, nuclear will play a prominent role in the clean energy transition.
In 2020, China produced 59% of natural graphite and over 80% of battery anode material. Here's a look at the graphite supply problem.