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Share Price: 18.85Bid: 18.60Ask: 19.10Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Bushveld
Spread: 0.50Spread as %: 2.69%Open: 19.375High: 19.325Low: 18.15Yesterday’s Close: 18.85


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Deece
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 20:21
SOTRR - Thanks for sharing this article. I've read a lot, but not seen this before. Certainly puts things into perspective regarding future demand & where SA / BMN sits. A great read. Thanks, again.
 
SickOfTheRatRace
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 19:24
In 2016 China was producing more Vanadium than Russia, South Africa and Brazil (Largo) combined so the chance is slim to none that they are no longer the largest producer.

China 42000MT
Russia 16000MT
SA 12000MT
Brazil 6000MT
YTSS
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 19:15
Did i read somewhere that Chinas production of VA had fallen back due to pollution concerns. Are they still the biggest producer w wide
SickOfTheRatRace
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 19:10
I am inclined to agree. Whether it makes 80% or not is entirely dependent on uptake and pricing, both of which are difficult to predict with any certainty. Also as steel production already takes the lions share and demand for steel is not going to suddenly collapse (indeed it is also predicted to increase), for VRFB's to take 80% must imply that production is ramped up globally by several multiples - the start of which we are beginning to see with both our own golden BMN and now Largo planning to increase.

This is a good article that I read from time to time to remind me just how demand is going to continue to increase even without VRFB's: http://www.mining.com/web/vanadium-metal-cant-without-dont-produce/
jay12
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good read
Fri 18:57
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Top 5 Commodities - The Impending Energy Revolution
Rodney Forrest
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Forrest Equities
11 days ago
With the world embarking on a potential Third Industrial Revolution, according to one well-known economic advisor to China and the European Union, Jeremy Rifkin, the landscape for the commodities of today may well not be the commodities of tomorrow. Rifkin recently said:

£Premier Li read my book £ and he then instructed China to move to a Third Industrial Revolution £ GDP is slowing all over the world £ it is over for fossil fuels £ the next big bubble will be the US$100 trillion in stranded assets in the fossil fuel industry that will make the subprime 08 like the small game,£

This is where billionaire mining entrepreneur, Robert Friedland may well be ahead of the curve problem solving for the Third Industrial Revolution. Robert has always been worth following. He has been recognised by the Mining Journal, as one of the most influential people shaping the future of the world of mining. BMO Capital Markets Metals, Co-Head, Egizio Bianchini, has known Friedland since 1984 and says of him:

£He£s a dreamer and the glass is always half-full. He sees things way before others do £ he£s early.£

In this wire, we explore 5 commodities that Robert Friedland is currently working on and how they might influence a new paradigm shift in the impending energy revolution.

Water
£Just like butter is the new kale, water is the new oil. We think water is going to become one of the most valuable commodities in the world,£ Robert has said.

According to Hexa research, the global water and wastewater market is forecast to reach $674 billion, by 2025 (growing at 7% pa), driven by the rising demand for freshwater for drinking, industrialization and agriculture.

Robert is involved in two ventures related to water, through his private company I-Pulse and ASX listed Clean Teq Holdings Ltd. Clean Teq (ASX: CLQ) has a partnership with Ionic Industries and Monash University following a Federal Government funding allocation, to develop energy efficient wastewater treatment technology using graphene oxide technology. The graphene technologies being developed include a graphene oxide nano-filtration membrane and graphene oxide coated sand that aims to supersede activated carbon as an absorbent material.

CLQ also has a strategic partnership with Pengxin Mining, a private Chinese conglomerate based in Shanghai with interests in mining, real estate, construction, water-treatment, technology and dairy farms. According to ASX announcements, Pengxin is the largest shareholder in Shanghai-listed Heilongjiang Interchina Water Treatment Co Ltd, one of China£s largest publicly-traded water treatment companies and is working with Clean Teq to support rapid development of their business.

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numpty5
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 18:00
VRFBs obviously
numpty5
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RE: Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 17:59
Interesting though somewhat shallow article. I'm amazed they say VRBBs will use 20% of vanadium production by 2030. The tail will definitely start wagging the dog long before then in my opinion. I reckon 80% may be a more accurate figure. Just my opinion but I'd be interested to hear more knowledgeable posters opinions.
loudspeaker
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South African politics
Fri 17:46
Wolfman_Jack
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Mining Review Africa Article
Fri 17:14
Wisha
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RE: II price
Fri 16:48
RSI seems to have cooled off so that's good. Charts are useless if news is released and we all know we are due some company changing news imminently!!




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