A state-owned Chinese company is to take a 34% stake in graphite producer Triton Minerals for A$19.5 million (US$13.6m), which Triton says will allow it to complete the financing of its graphite mine project in Cabo Delgado province, which looks set to [...]
The Australian owner of a graphite mining project in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique, is currently in negotiations with two major Chinese engineering groups to build and finance its graphite project.
Australia-listed graphite miner Triton Resources is hoping to tie up a deal to bring in another Chinese partner to get its project in Cabo Delgado, northern Mozambique, up and running. Sinoma, a subsidiary of [...]
Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi re-opened a graphite mine and processing plant in northern Mozambique on Wednesday, the first of a number of planned graphite mines in the province of Cabo Delgado. The mine and its [...]
A scoping study for Triton Minerals’ graphite project at Ancuabe, Cabo Delgado, estimates that the project could make the company $663 million in profits over 17 years of mining, after [...]
Dutch-owned Graphit Kropfmühl (GK) has announced the re-commissioning of its graphite mine in northern Mozambique, 18 years after it was closed by its previous owner. Germany-based GK, part of AMG Advanced [...]
Australian graphite miner Triton Minerals has appointed a new managing director after shareholders approved a rescue package to keep the company afloat.
Shareholders in Australian minerals firm Triton will vote this month on whether to approve a rescue deal to take it out of administration and allow it to move forward with its Ancuabe graphite project near the coastal city of Pemba, in northern Mozambique. The shareholders' meeting in [...]
The administrators of a graphite mining company that claims to be sitting on the world’s largest flake graphite reserve in the northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado have set a deadline of Thursday 12 May for potential investors to express an [...]
Administrators analysed Triton’s financial viability before the company’s ‘strategic update’ on 1 March - a day before it went into administration - and now say all options on the table including a sale of its Mozambique mines