2 June 2021

Perth, Western Australia

Paydirt Remote with Comet Resources

With the company in a trading halt ahead of another potential project acquisition, Michael Washbourne speaks with Comet Resources MD Matthew O’Kane about the company’s new Barraba copper project in New South Wales and the company’s outlook for its Springdale graphite project in Western Australia.

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Paydirt’s Battery Minerals Conference will once again showcase the junior mining companies with the essential ingredients driving Industry 4.0. It has been estimated that the lithium value chain alone could be a $1.3 trillion per annum industry by 2025, while it is expected that demand for graphite, cobalt, nickel, copper, manganese, tin, vanadium and rare earths will surge exponentially in the next decade. Investors are awake to the opportunities in the battery minerals sector and remain active in their pursuit of the next best stock to watch.

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