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New study gives Collie battery graphite plant the green light

A new scoping study released today shows outstanding financial returns from International Graphite’s proposed battery anode material (BAM) facility at Collie, in Western Australia.

The scoping study makes a compelling case for the proposed multi-million dollar facility designed to process up to 40,000 tonnes pa of graphite concentrate and produce a full range of downstream graphite products – micronised, spheroidised and non-HF chemical purified graphite (USPG) plus carbon coating (CSPG) to produce highly conductive battery anode material for lithium-ion batteries.

The highest value option, which involves producing up to 18,600 tonnes pa of coated, spheroidised, purified graphite (CSPG) and 17,000 tonnes pa of micronised by-products is expected to generate average annual revenue of US$172M and EBITDA of US$100M. 

Managing Director and CEO Andrew Worland said: “Our expert graphite metallurgists and engineers have applied their collective expertise to present a compelling development pathway for the Collie Graphite BAM Facility. The economics are outstanding.”

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International Graphite acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia, particularly the Whadjuk, Wiilman, Kaniyang and Wadjari Peoples of the Noongar Nation, and pay our respects to Elders past and present.