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MARCH 24

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With a significant graphite deposit in Western Australia and a dedicated battery anode facility in Collie on the way, International Graphite (ASX:IG6) is on track to become the first producer of battery anode graphite in the state. According to Managing Director Andrew Worland, global demand for graphite is on the rise as its benefits are realised in a variety of industries.

FEBRUARY 24

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Good projects, good people, and good finances. This is what makes junior exploration companies successful, according to Cazaly Resources’ Managing Director. Speaking to YIELD, Tara French explains the Company has all three in spades, and importantly, also has the ability to ride the market wave with a diverse, multi-commodity portfolio of projects scattered around the world. FIND OUT MORE on Cazaly Resources: https://cazalyresources.com.au/

JANUARY 24

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Algae is one of the oldest living organisms on earth, but a team of scientists have recently discovered a new, potentially life-changing, purpose for the microscopic plant. Algae Harvest spent two decades researching alternative commercial uses for algae. According to CEO Simon Andrew, the slimy, underwater plant could be used to treat iron deficiencies or fuel the aviation industry. FIND OUT MORE on Algae Harvest: https://www.algaeharvest.com.au

DECEMBER 23

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Australian-based company Augment Technologies is revolutionising mine site operations, by combining AI algorithms with a physics engine to create a 3D blasting model. FIND OUT MORE on Augment Technologies: https://augmenttechnologies.ai

As Co-Founder and CEO Brice Gower explains, the Muckpile Block Model™ can increase ore recovery by up to 5%, generating up to $10 million in metal recovery efficiencies for miners. With the rapid rise in artificial intelligence around the world, it was only a matter of time before AI-driven solutions were introduced into the mining industry.

NOVEMBER 23

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Located on opposite sides of the world, Western Australia and Nevada have more in common than most would think, and it’s all thanks to lithium. Future Battery Minerals (ASX:FBM) has spent the last six months drilling at prospective projects in both states, with the Company focused on delivering the world’s most-talked about critical mineral. Managing Director and CEO Nick Rathjen caught up with YIELD as FBM prepares to announce dual maiden Mineral Resource Estimates as early as Q1 next year.

OCTOBER 23

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As demand for critical minerals steadily grows around the world, exploration and development companies are furiously pegging ground in known lithium hotspots, including the world-class James Bay region in Quebec. Perth-based Forrestania Resources (ASX:FRS) hopes to join the wave of discoveries in Canada, and Managing Director Michael Anderson is confident that when it does, there will be ample demand for its metals.

SEPTEMBER 23

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The largest mineral exploration cooperative research centre in the world continues to make headway with developing novel technologies for the industry. FIND OUT MORE on MinEX CRC: https://minexcrc.com.au

MinEx CRC’s latest study is based in Western Australia and involves testing a new coil tube drill rig, designed to reduce carbon emissions while operating more efficiently and safely. As CEO Andrew Bailey explains, the end goal is providing explorers with a zero-carbon footprint drilling solution.

AUGUST 23

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Sometimes considered the poorer cousin to explorers and miners, those in the processing game quietly go about their business while adding huge value to the resources sector. Australian owned and made Gekko Systems specialises in modular gravity separation and in-line leach reactors traditionally used for on-site precious metal processing. FIND OUT MORE on Gekko Systems: https://www.gekkos.com

YIELD caught up with Manager Sales and Operations Australasia and EMEA Tim Bell, he said there is increasing demand for their units from the critical minerals sector. 

JULY 23

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Having floated only 18 months ago with a handful of projects spread across WA and the NT, Omnia Metals Group took a punt to secure some ground in Canadian lithium hotbed – the James Bay Region. As Managing Director James Warren explains, it’s a high risk, high reward scenario.

FIND OUT MORE on Omnia Metals Group: https://omniametals.com.au

JUNE 23

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Having floated only 18 months ago with a handful of projects spread across WA and the NT, Omnia Metals Group took a punt to secure some ground in Canadian lithium hotbed – the James Bay Region. As Managing Director James Warren explains, it’s a high risk, high reward scenario.

FIND OUT MORE on Omnia Metals Group: https://omniametals.com.au