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Collie Micronising Qualification Plant Commissioned

In a first for Australia’s battery minerals industry, International Graphite today announced the successful commissioning of its new graphite micronising plant at Collie, south of Perth. The qualification-scale microniser, with a capacity of 200 tonnes per annum, is the largest in Australia and a milestone in the development of a domestic graphite industry. It will be the first to produce graphite products in Australia for customer acceptance testing.


Australian Government invests $4.7M in our battery graphite critical minerals development

The Australian Government has awarded International Graphite a $4.7M grant through the national Critical Minerals Development Program administered by the Federal Department of Industry, Science and Resources. The funds, which are expected to be available from 1 June 2023, will help fast-track the integrated mine-to-market graphite supply chain the Company is developing in Western Australia.


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 including anode material for lithium-ion batteries.


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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.