Syrah Resources achieves first spherical graphite production

By Davide Ghilotti
Published: Friday, 04 January 2019

The first volumes of unpurified spherical graphite have been produced at the recently-acquired facility in the United States, while the company expects to achieve purified material output during the first quarter.

Australian graphite producer Syrah Resources has achieved its first production of unpurified spherical graphite at its battery anode material (BAM) facility in Louisiana, US.

The company, which operates the Balama flake graphite mine in Mozambique, has completed installing milling equipment at the site, with a milling capacity of 5,000 tonnes...

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