Syrah signs offtake deal for Mozambique graphite with China’s Taida

By William Clarke
Published: Thursday, 08 November 2018

Australian miner Syrah will provide natural graphite from its mine in Mozambique to Qingdao Taida-Huarun.

Australia-based Syrah Resources has signed a binding offtake agreement for 20,000 tonnes per year of natural graphite from its Balama mine in Mozambique.

The agreement, with Chinese company Qingdao...

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