EDITOR: | April 17th, 2017

Toronto Geological Discussion Group Mini symposium – Li-ion Battery Materials and How to Evaluate the Risk in Today’s Markets

| April 17, 2017 | No Comments

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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