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post Posted: Jun 2 2018, 04:35 PM
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Gets a mention here

How a global hunt for vanadium may increase titanium supply
By CAMERON PERKS
Published: Thursday, 31 May 2018

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These companies are flying under the radar in terms of titanium, due to their battery-industry focus. Of these companies, the most advanced projects are held by Australia Securities Exchange (ASX)-listed companies Neometals Ltd and TNG Ltd.

On May 8, Neometals, an established lithium producer, reported that its Western Australia-located titanium-vanadium Barrambie direct shipping ore (DSO) project was the subject of bulk-sampling and test work.

The company’s titanium feedstock has been confirmed to be suitable for high-purity (>99%) titanium dioxide production, and can be precipitated selectively from a leach solution at recoveries greater than 90%. Barrambie's Eastern Band made a total mineral resource for Barrambie is estimated to be 280.1 million tonnes at 9.18% titanium dioxide and 0.44% vanadium pentoxide.

http://www.indmin.com/Article/3810762/How-...ium-supply.html
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Joe Lowry's
Episode 3: The Wizards of Oz
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Joe and Emily are joined in Perth by Neometals, where they discuss the lithium supply chain, and what exactly is meant by upstream and downstream. They cover the cost curve and “urban mining” via recycling battery materials. Joe comments on the “indigestion” in the supply chain, and the purgatory of the lithium industry. How many hydroxide plants will we see in The Great Oz? Will SQM’s deal with Corfo flood the market? Is there a coming disconnect between spodumene concentrate & lithium chemicals pricing. Will DSO ever make it to the Emerald City?

http://lithiumpodcast.com/



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Massive surge in vanadium prices have investors revisiting Barrambie

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They say that what one sees of a typical iceberg is only 10% of the total mass. One might liken what one sees of Neometals Ltd. (ASX: NMT) (the lithium producer) to this situation. The largely unseen part of Neometals is its Barrambie project. When we first came to know this asset it was competing with Mt Marion for pole position in management’s affection and was then styled as a Vanadium project. Its main “competitor” was Atlantic Ltd.’s Windimurra project/mine which persisted in the face of low V prices and came to grief. Neometals restyled Barrambie as Titanium (primarily) and has lived to tell the tale.In light of the massive surge in Vanadium prices in recent times it is worth revisiting what Neometals have in this space.


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Commodity PricesIn these days of wildly fluctuating prices the price assumptions used in studies can quickly become outdated. This is to some degree unavoidable however using heavily discounted prices certainly reduces that risk. The economic model of the Barrambie PFS assumed conservative, real long-term prices of US$1,838/t for titanium dioxide, US$14,873/t for vanadium pentoxide, US$520/t for synthetic iron oxide pigment.For vanadium, at least, that reads like ancient history as the liftoff in the price now has the metal trading at over US$24,500 per tonne. That’s a full $10,000 per tonne over the price used in the PFS.

https://investorintel.com/sectors/technolog...m-prices-surge/
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Diggers and Dealers: WA capable of handling 100,000/year lithium hydroxide, says Neometals boss
Josh Chiat
Wednesday, 9 August 2017 3:41PM
https://thewest.com.au/business/diggers-dea...s-ng-b88563083z



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In Reply To: ShareScene.com's post @ May 26 2015, 01:16 PM

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Neometals Limited (NMT, formerly Reed Resources Ltd) is a mineral exploration company operating primarily in Western Australia. NMT has 100% interests in Meekatharra Gold Project, Barrambie Vanadium Project and the Comet Vale Project. NMT also holds partial interests in the Mt Marion and the Mt Finnerty Projects.

NMT has been selling off non-core assets and moved into Lithium - taking up options adjoining Mt Marion. The Share Price has moved from 4c to around 10c in the last 2 months. Today's update seems to emphasise the Lithium aspect (hard rock spodumene) as its main hope.



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