Talga eyes graphene potential

By James Sean Dickson
Published: Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Graphene has the potential to cause a high-tech revolution in a number of industries, but the material’s commercial breakthrough has been hindered by the difficulty of producing pristine graphene on a bulk scale. Talga resources claims to have broken this impasse, following metallurgical developments at its Vittangi project. James Sean Dickson, Reporter, visited the company’s site in Sweden to assess its progress.

Talga Resources is seeking to become an industry-leading bulk producer of crystalline carbon products by late 2016, when it aims to begin mining and processing graphite and graphene at its Vittangi project in northern Sweden.

The company showed IM during a recent visit how operations were progressing at its Nunasvaara...

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