Gearing up for downstream graphite production

IG is on track to deliver the first samples of its spheroidised, purified, battery anode materials (BAM) by the end of 2021, with equipment for its research and development facility due to be delivered within months. Read More

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IG joins EU battery supply chain

IG has been appointed one of the newest members of the European Battery Alliance (EBA250) further progressing its bid to be a key graphite supplier for the progressive, green tech focused European market. Europe is at the forefront of global renewables uptake, with its battery market expected to be valued at €250 billion a year by 2025. Read More

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Investment advisers to guide IPO

Financial advisers The Pamplona Group have been appointed to guide International Graphite to a planned listing on the Australian Securities Exchange by mid 2021. Read More


Establishing our foothold in Europe

Leading German investor relations consultancy DGWA has been appointed to help spearhead International Graphite’s move into the burgeoning European lithium-ion battery supply chain. Read More


Seed offer closes strongly

International Graphite is rapidly moving forward with its plans to be one of the first producers of battery anode material (BAM) in Australia after its seed capital round closed, 50 percent over target.  Read More


DFS released for Collie

Our partners BatteryLimits have completed the Definitive Feasibility Study (±15% accuracy) for IG’s planned micronising and foils plant, in Western Australia. Read More

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New CEO appointed

Finance specialist Neil Rinaldi has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer to lead International Graphite into the next stage of development. Read More

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Clean, green process

International Graphite is refining traditional graphite purification technology to achieve new standards of environmental performance. The engineering review is part of the full feasibility study underway for a proposed multi-million dollar secondary graphite processing plant, in Western Australia. Read More