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By Shane Lasley
Metal Tech News 

Stellantis secures future nickel, cobalt

Future mine deal underscores vast EV battery materials need Metal Tech News - October 10, 2022


Last updated 10/11/2022 at 1:38pm

Bottles of high-grade nickel, cobalt products produced from testing at NiWest.

GME Resources Ltd.

Stellantis has entered into a preliminary agreement to acquire nickel and cobalt sulphate produced at a future mine at GME Resources' mine project in Western Australia.

In a move that demonstrates automakers need all the battery materials that can possibly be produced by the global mining sector, Stellantis has entered into a preliminary agreement to buy battery-grade nickel and cobalt from a future mine developed at GME Resources Ltd.'s NiWest project in Western Australia.

NiWest is an advanced stage nickel-cobalt project that lies less than 20 miles away of...

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