Syrah Resources produces anode precursor material to battery spec in US

By Sybil Pan
Published: Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Graphite miner Syrah Resources has produced anode precursor material to battery specification from its battery anode material (BAM) plant in Vidalia, Louisiana, US, the company said on Wednesday, July 15.

The Australian graphite producer achieved production of anode precursor material - purified spherical graphite - to battery specification in Vidalia using flake graphite feedstock from its mining project in Balama, Mozambique, it said.

The material will be dispatched to potential customers and supply chain partners for testing and qualification, Fastmarkets understands.


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