Syrah completes feasibility study for graphite AAM production unit in US

By Sybil Pan
Published: Tuesday, 01 December 2020

Australia-based graphite miner Syrah Resources has confirmed the completion of a bankable feasibility study (BFS) for its flagship Vidalia natural graphite production facility in the United States, it announced on Tuesday December 1.

The feasibility study confirms that Syrah will be able to achieve production of 10,000 tonnes per year of natural graphite active anode material (AAM) by expanding the existing plant and infrastructure at its 25-acre industrial site at Vidalia, in the US state of Louisiana.

The company has begun working...

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