EDITOR: | June 24th, 2013 | 2 Comments

Lomiko Secures Graphene Deal through Twitter

| June 24, 2013 | 2 Comments

Lomiko-ResourcesJune 24, 2013 – Paul Gill, President, CEO & Director Lomiko Metals Inc. (TSXV: LMR) updates Tracy Weslosky, Publisher of ProEdgeWire on Lomiko’s partnership with end user Graphene Labs and the Lomiko Metals graphite property.

Paul Gill starts: “What we announced in February was a strategic alliance. One of the difficulties Graphene Labs had was the ability to scale up production so that they could do 10kg or 20kg of graphene, which is a huge amount of graphene.  What they needed was a source from the ground that they could convert into graphene and we had that. What we wanted to do was to tie in with the technology sector and have an in with technology and the profitability of Graphene Labs.”

Lomiko Metals Inc. (www.Lomiko.com) is a Canada-based, exploration-stage company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties that contain minerals for the new green economy.

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  • David W. Lowe

    This was a very informative interview. Exciting stuff…I am reminded of the following quote:

    “Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises.” – Demosthenes, Greek orator

    By getting into this emerging technology early, at what may appear to be a small beginning, Paul Gill is setting himself up for big things in the future.


    June 25, 2013 - 8:45 PM

  • Dr.Copper

    Great interview Tracy, I envisage that the pricing power will rest with those actual
    companies who bring a product to market and produced from graphene use.
    Their patent registrations over the last 2 years has proved that they already can
    and is producing their own graphene. Their products will have the pricing
    power among consumers.

    It will be the miners who can produce ultra high purity natural graphite and supply to reliable and consistent standards that will determine their own selling price of their
    ultra high purity graphite concentrate. Sri Lanka vein graphite is not used for
    graphene and is not produced in substantial quantities.

    This is an actual product related industry where you need to prove your credibility
    in secure supply and by producing an end product.

    Aaint many around which can reliably produce ultra high puritynatural graphite. Zenyatta will still need to multi-test their coming drill sections in purity extraction. It is a very deep dyke deposit and will take a long time to test for consistency. But indications is very good
    and Cliff is behind.

    Maybe Mickey Fulp and his buddies at Ind. Mins can dream up a purity pricing
    price band ? who knows maybe they will learn something and Mickey Pulp will
    eventually study chemistry.

    The ultra high purity crystalline natural graphite conducts much better than synthetic
    graphite, and there is a muriad of avenues where ultra high purity natural graphite can
    win preference over synthetic because of supreme crystallinity and excellent conductivity.

    June 26, 2013 - 2:44 PM

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