Toronto Geological Discussion Group Mini symposium – Li-ion Battery Materials and How to Evaluate the Risk in Today’s Markets
We want to get you switched on and charged up, and spark some good discussion by attending the Toronto Geological Discussion Group’s (TGDG) upcoming mini-symposium on: The Geology of Li-Ion Battery Materials, and how to Evaluate the Risk in Today’s Markets. It will be held on April 25, 2017 from 1 to 5pm at 20 Toronto Street.
Based on member feedback and the popularity and projected demand for Li-ion batteries, the TGDG is hosting an afternoon that will focus on the three main mineral components of some Li-ion batteries – Lithium, Cobalt and Carbon. Presentations will include an overview of the Li-ion battery materials market- matching supply and demand with technology. You will hear about three specific deposits – Separation Rapids Li-pegmatite, Albany graphite and NICO Co-Au-Bi-Cu – and then you will learn about the importance of mineralogy, metallurgy and product quality in developing these types of projects. The afternoon will close with a Panel Discussion on NI 43-101 and Specialty Materials project disclosure: What are the key project risk factors and do the regulations address them adequately? Register online, spaces are limited! Cost is $50 for members and $60 for non-members. See our flyer or our events page on our website for more details…
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