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January 5, 2019

The Week In Review And A Look Ahead!

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  1. CCW: new investor presentation 2 Jan 2019. Interesting addition in slide 25: “New discovery of gold and copper – Golden Corridor Zone”. I guess it is still in the appendix because they have not disclosed/received the assay results yet. Will be interesting a few weeks coming.


    Comment by rgiroux — January 6, 2019 @ 2:50 am

  2. From the CCW presentation that rgiroux posted above:

    If you increase the nickel proportion (in electric vehicle batteries), you reduce the stability of the battery and so it has an impact on cycle life, the ability to charge it fast. Cobalt is the element that makes up for the lack of stability of nickel. There isn’t a better element than nickel to increase energy density, and there isn’t a better element than cobalt to make the stuff stable. So (while) you hear about designing out cobalt, this isn’t going to happen in the next three decades. It simply doesn’t work.”
    Marc Grynberg, CEO of Belgium’s Umicore, a leading supplier of materials for electric vehicle batteries

    “When you reduce the amount of cobalt that is in cathodes, what you do is you decrease the life of the battery and increase safety risks….I think manufacturers are going to be more concerned about ensuring they can give a warranty on the lithium-ion battery and get the performance they need than reducing the amount of cobalt in the batteries.”
    Casper Rawles, Cobalt/Battery Metals Specialist, Benchmark Minerals

    Comment by GREGH — January 6, 2019 @ 10:13 pm

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