The world is heading for a lithium bottleneck because even though there are enough reserves of the resource available, producers say it can't get into the battery supply chain in time for the anticipated uptick in electric vehicles, reports The Australian Financial Review.
NT-focused explorer Todd River Resources (ASX: TRT) has added some lithium exploration “sizzle” to its established portfolio of zinc, copper and base metal exploration prospects, according to Sydney-based analyst Gavin Wendt.
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Plenty of CEOs think their company’s shares are undervalued. Some have a point, most don’t.
Mel Palancian, managing director of the ASX’s only pure (producing) zinc play, Red River (RVR), is in the former category, and he made his case at the Melbourne Mining Club’s Cutting Edge series during the week.
There was some emotion to it too, with Palancian saying he feared a low-ball takeover bid as he sees a lot more value for shareholders than the current $135m market capitalisation (28c a share) implies.
Conventional gold in Western Australia’s Pilbara region may not be getting the same heady love the conglomerate gold rush has received in recent months, but Capricorn Metals remains focused on an emerging significant Archaean gold system that it feels it has a good handle on, reports MiningNews.
Emerging copper-cobalt miner Nzuri Copper (ASX: NZC) has attracted the attention of Perth broker Patersons Securities with a dealing desk note highlighting its exposure to two “in-vogue” metals, copper and cobalt.