New “massive” flake graphite project planned for Russia

By Siobhan Lismore-Scott
Published: Monday, 24 November 2014

Russia is a small producer of amorphous and flake graphite, with production centred around two mines in the centre of the country. Most of its supply is imported from China. The introduction of a domestic resource could see reliance on China wane, as well as the potential for Russia to export into Asia.

A new "massive" flake graphite deposit is to be developed in the Russian Federation, which is expected to be online in 2018.

The deposit is being developed by Dalgraphite LLC, a junior mining company associated with Russian magnesia producer Magnezit, which is based in the Jewish Autonomous Region (JAR) close...

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