December 06, 2022

Christopher Ecclestone of Molten Metals talks about breaking China’s grip on antimony production

In this InvestorIntel interview, host Tracy Weslosky talks to Molten Metals Corp.‘s (CSE: MOLT) Executive Director & CEO Christopher Ecclestone about the importance of antimony as a critical mineral and breaking China’s grip on its mining and processing.

In the interview, which can also be viewed in full on the InvestorIntel YouTube channel (click here to access InvestorChannel.com), Christopher tells Tracy that “China still dominates the processing of the metal and until recent years also dominated the production of the metal from mines. Their production has been going down from mines, but they’ve still got a pretty strong grip on the processing, and they like to think that they have a grip on on the pricing as well.” He goes on to say that Molten Metals’ goal is to “release that death-like grip on the antimony market and hopefully become the largest non-Chinese producer of antimony maybe in five years from now.”

Christopher also talks about the resurgence of molten salt batteries as a mass electricity storage device and its commercialization potential.

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About Molten Metals Corp.

Molten Metals is developing Antimony & Antimony-Gold mine projects. Antimony is a critical element with many industrial applications, including ammunition and fire retardants. The upcoming potential new usage is in the mass- storage devices – molten-salt batteries.

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