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Message par energy_isere » 14 avr. 2019, 11:56

Suite du post précédent.Le gisement du Nevada serait le plus gros d'Amérique du Nord.
First Vanadium says Nevada project resource estimate exceeds expectations

10 April 2019

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The Carlin property is located in North-Central Nevada in Elko County. (Image courtesy of First Vanadium.)

Canada’s First Vanadium has published indicated mineral resources for its Nevada-based Carlin project, considered the largest, highest grade primary vanadium deposit in North America.

The company, which in March more than doubled the size of the vanadium property from 1,331 acres to 3,177 acres, said Carlin’s maiden resource has far exceeded expectations and will provide a base for an economic study.

Based on the 43-101 technical report filed by Fist Vanadium, Carlin's indicated resource stands at 24.64 million tonnes at 0.615% V2O5 for 303 million pounds, and inferred at 7.19Mt at 0.52% V2O5 for 75Mlb.

Both the inferred and indicated categories used a 0.3% cut-off grade and the results replace an historic 2010 resource estimate.

First Vanadium has the option to earn 100% of the project, which now exceeds the numbers quoted in a 2017 USGS paper.

The news comes at a time of high prices for silvery-grey metal, used to harden steel and in the making of flow batteries, which are long-lasting, durable and can hold large amounts of energy.

More than 90% of the world's vanadium is currently used in steel manufacturing applications, but the metal’s importance to the energy sector is also growing rapidly, with more than 5% of global output used in energy storage.

Vanadium prices more than doubled in 2018, reaching historic peaks. Fastmarkets’ price assessment of ferro-vanadium, basis 78% min, free delivered duty-paid to consumer works in Europe stood at $126-128 per kg on November 23, 2018, the highest it has ever been.
http://www.mining.com/first-vanadium-sa ... ectations/

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Message par energy_isere » 28 avr. 2019, 11:06

La société VSUN en Australie à réalisé une batterie à flux au Vanadium pour stocker de l'électricité de panneaux solaires PV.
How energy-deprived areas benefit from vanadium redox batteries

21 April 2019

Vanadium redox flow batteries or VRFB are capable of providing free energy to power-deprived communities for more than to two years without hitches, a brief issued by VSUN Energy states.

The Perth-based company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Australian Vanadium , followed up with one of its first customers, the Stuart family from a farming town in Western Australia, and learned that for the past 30 months their electricity didn't fail once and, on top of that, they didn't pay a dime for it.

The Stuarts were pioneers in acquiring a vanadium redox flow cell in the country. They have been using it for a native tree nursery they own in the southwestern part of the state where they needed three-phase power instead of the provided single-phase power.

According to VSUN, the CellCube system they installed stores energy from a 15kW solar photovoltaic system, enough to run for 10 hours at maximum output.

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The CellCube system stores energy from a 15kW solar photovoltaic system. Photo by VSUN Energy

"They also wanted the ability to boost the power supply, should they further expand the nursery. With VRFBs, increasing the power supply simply requires another vanadium electrolyte tank," the renewable energy firm said in the press release.

By relying on a vanadium electrolyte solution held in storage tanks, vanadium redox flow batteries can store energy from renewable sources, including solar, wind or wave power, and release it when required.

VSUN's documentation states that the batteries can be charged and discharged at the same time and can be cycled often and deeply. They are also supposed to have a lower risk of fire than lithium batteries.

Vanadium occurs naturally in about 65 minerals and in fossil fuel deposits. It is produced from steel smelter slag, from flue dust of heavy oil, as a byproduct of uranium mining or directly from magnetite. The latter is the most common method.

Around 98% of the vanadium ore that is mined is mined in South Africa, Russia, China, and Brazil, and most of it is used in steel manufacturing applications. Yet, the silvery metal’s importance to the energy sector is also growing rapidly, with more than 5% of global output used in energy storage.

This growing interest from the battery sector has led to a rise in vanadium prices, which grew by 450% in the past three years and more than doubled in 2018.
http://www.mining.com/energy-deprived-a ... batteries/

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Message par energy_isere » 01 mai 2019, 10:17

Un gisement de Vanadium en Suède.
American Battery Metals wants option to acquire Viken vanadium project in Sweden

30 April 2019

American Battery Metals (CSE: ABC) announced this week that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent to acquire a 90% interest in Ontario-based E.U. Energy Corp. and its 100%-owned Viken project in Sweden.

In a media statement, the North Vancouver-based company said the letter of intent stipulates that American Battery Metals has to issue 20 million shares in exchange for 90% of the issued and outstanding shares of E.U. Energy, in addition to the right for E.U. Energy to nominate one member to the board.

The proposed transaction is also subject to a non-brokered private placement for C$1.5 million, a bridge loan to E.U. Energy, due diligence, finalization by both parties to enter into a definitive agreement, in addition to regulatory approvals.

"This transaction represents a significant milestone for ABM as the Viken is one of the largest, development-stage, vanadium projects globally with the potential for substantial by-product metal production," Michael Mulberry, President & CEO of American Battery Metals, said in the press release.

Viken is located in Jämtland County, 570 kilometres north-northwest of Stockholm.

The project is host to a significant National Instrument 43-101 polymetallic Mineral Resource, representing an in-situ vanadium (V2O5) Mineral Resource of 163 million pounds in the Indicated category and 16.7 billion pounds in the Inferred category.

According to American Battery Metals, the project has seen a significant amount of work with a 2010 Preliminary Economic Assessment outlining an open pit mine for vanadium, molybdenum and nickel, followed by a 2014 Updated PEA to evaluate the use of bio-heap leaching.

"More recently, E.U. Energy has engaged P&E Mining Consultants Inc. to evaluate a more efficient footprint, lower CAPEX, vanadium-focused operation with the potential for significant by-product metal production," ABM said in the media brief.
http://www.mining.com/american-battery- ... ct-sweden/

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Message par energy_isere » 04 mai 2019, 10:50

Du Vanadium en Afrique du Sud
Afrique du Sud : la première phase du projet de vanadium SPD pourrait coûter moins de 20 millions $

Agence Ecofin 3 mai 2019

Selon une étude exploratoire publiée cette semaine par Tando Resources, le développement de la première phase de son projet de vanadium sud-africain SPD, devrait coûter entre 18 et 20 millions de dollars. Ce capital pourrait être récupéré en moins de 2 ans (entre 1,9 et 2,8 ans) avec un EBITDA avant impôts de 234 à 431 millions $ sur une durée de vie de 25 ans.

La première phase de développement du projet SPD portera sur une usine de traitement de 2,2 millions de tonnes par an. Elle devrait produire annuellement 0,79 million de tonnes de concentré de vanadium.

Selon le DG de Tando, Bill Oliver, les résultats de l’étude de portée sont très encourageants et montrent que le projet SPD pourrait générer des flux de trésorerie importants à partir d’un faible investissement. Ils démontrent que le projet peut être techniquement et financièrement viable.

Tando Resources détient 73,95% de participation dans le projet SPD.
https://www.agenceecofin.com/metaux/030 ... 0-millions

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Message par energy_isere » 25 mai 2019, 11:04

Afrique du Sud : la mine de vanadium Vametco peut être encore exploitée sur des décennies

Agence Ecofin 23 mai 2019

Selon Fortune Mojapelo, PDG de Bushveld Minerals, la mine sud-africaine de vanadium Vametco dispose d’assez de ressources pour être encore exploitée durant des décennies, même au rythme de production actuel. Cette déclaration intervient alors que la compagnie vient de mettre à jour les ressources et réserves du projet suite à sa campagne de forage réalisée en 2018.

D’après les nouvelles évaluations, les réserves de minerai de Vametco ont presque doublé entre octobre 2017 (date de la dernière estimation) et mars 2019 pour atteindre 279 100 tonnes.

Les ressources indiquées ont également augmenté de 187 % à 965 900 tonnes de pentoxyde de vanadium, de même que les teneurs.

« La conversion de ressources minérales indiquées supplémentaires en réserves de minerai probables signifie que nous avons augmenté considérablement la durée de vie de la production à Vametco », a déclaré M. Mojapelo.

Bushveld Minerals est cotée sur AIM, le marché alternatif de la bourse de Londres.
https://www.agenceecofin.com/metaux/230 ... -decennies

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Message par energy_isere » 15 sept. 2019, 10:48

Un important projet de Vanadium en Australie.
Australian government sees potential in vanadium

Valentina Ruiz Leotaud | September 8, 2019

Australia’s federal government gave ‘major project status’ to Australian Vanadium’s namesake project located in the Murchison province.

“Vanadium is on the critical minerals list for Australia and the US, which means there is a market there for this globally significant resource,” the Minister for Resources and Northern Australia, Matt Canavan, said in a media statement. “This project will have a significant impact on the Western Australian economy, especially the Meekatharra region with the creation of around 400 direct construction jobs and a further 200 ongoing jobs.”

The granting of ‘major project status,’ which lasts for three years, provides formal recognition of the national strategic significance of the project. It also gives the miner a single point of contact for assistance with navigating the approval process and relevant government legislation. “This streamlined approach has the potential to result in accelerated approvals,” the company said in a press release.

The Australian Vanadium project consists of a high-grade V-Ti-Fe deposit located approximately 43 kilometres south of the mining town of Meekatharra in Western Australia and 740 kilometres north-east of Perth.

The property extends for 260 square kilometres and it has a total mineral resource of 183.6Mt at 0.76% vanadium pentoxide (V2O5) consisting of a measured mineral resource of 10.2Mt at 1.11% V2O5, an indicated mineral resource of 40.7Mt at 0.66% V2O5, and an inferred mineral resource of 132.7Mt at 0.77% V2O5.

According to its owner, the mineral resource includes a distinct massive magnetite high-grade zone of 96.7 Mt at 1.00% V2O5.

The project is based on a proposed open-pit mine, crushing, milling and beneficiation plant and refining plant for final conversion and sale of high-quality vanadium pentoxide for use in steel, specialty alloys and energy storage markets. First production is expected in 2022.
https://www.mining.com/australian-gover ... -vanadium/

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Message par energy_isere » 15 sept. 2019, 11:08

En Suède, la population veut laisser le vanadium sous terre
Un bras de fer est engagé entre les habitants du comté d’Österlen et une compagnie britannique qui a obtenu un permis d’exploration d’un métal rare, employé dans la construction et les batteries.


Par Anne-Françoise Hivert Publié le 06 août 2019

En cotte de travail, Mads Persson, agriculteur dans le comté d’Österlen, dans le sud-est de la Suède, montre ses terres. Cent hectares, où il cultive du fourrage pour ses vaches. La ferme est dans sa famille depuis trois générations. Or voilà qu’en plus de la sécheresse de l’année 2018, des contraintes financières et bureaucratiques qui s’accumulent, il doit maintenant gérer la perspective de forages dans ses champs. « Ça commence à faire beaucoup », lâche le solide gaillard, d’une voix légèrement tremblante.

Comme 4 000 autres foyers dans la région, Mads Persson a reçu un courrier, en juin 2018, qui l’informait qu’une société britannique avait déposé un dossier pour obtenir un permis d’exploration du vanadium dans la région. L’agriculteur avoue ne pas y avoir prêté attention, avant de recevoir un coup de téléphone à l’automne. La compagnie venait d’obtenir le feu vert des autorités suédoises et souhaitait percer des trous dans ses champs.

Produit à 55 % par la Chine, le vanadium est un métal rare, principalement employé dans les alliages pour la fabrication d’acier à haute résistance, destiné au secteur de la construction. Depuis quelques années, il est aussi utilisé dans la conception d’une nouvelle génération de batteries hyperpuissantes à la longévité exceptionnelle. C’est ce secteur que vise la société ScandiVanadium, créée au Royaume-Uni en mars 2018.

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https://www.lemonde.fr/planete/article/ ... _3244.html

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Message par energy_isere » 15 sept. 2019, 11:13

Prospection de Vanadium en Suède dans le prospect Skåne :
ScandiVanadium begins diamond drilling at Skåne Vanadium Project in Sweden
Drilling will test the Dictyonema seam and provide core samples for metallurgical work.


9 Aug 2019

ScandiVanadium Ltd (ASX:SVD) has started drilling at its Skåne Vanadium Project in southern Sweden, testing the thickness and grade of the Dictyonema seam as well as providing core metallurgical test work.

Drilling is expected to take three weeks to complete and is targeting the Hörby licence at the northern end of the project area.

Targeting vanadium-bearing Dictyonema seam
Drilling at Hörby will comprise diamond holes of up to 125 metres depth targeting the prospective vanadium-bearing Dictyonema seam which occurs near-surface at the prospect.

The area is one of forest re-growth covering an area previously excavated for peat.

Extensive drilling for water has mapped the stratigraphy and showed the target strata dips 10 to 15 degrees southeast.

Unusually high concentrations of vanadium
Skåne is on the southernmost tip of Sweden, about an hour’s drive from Malmö and 90 minutes from the nearest international airport at Copenhagen.

It consists of 11 granted licences totalling about 220 square kilometres.

The presence of unusually high concentrations of vanadium in the Dictyonema formation was first identified in 1940 when mining and production of vanadium pentoxide was conducted during World War II.
https://www.proactiveinvestors.com.au/c ... 00427.html

Il y a de l'opposition locale
Nun and earl fight British mining project in Skåne
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https://www.thelocal.se/20181106/nun-an ... ct-in-skne

Le minier avance :
According to Minchin, formerly geology director of the private equity firm African Minerals Exploration and Development, the formation has unique properties, being high in vanadium, but very low in chemically precipitated heavy metals such as uranium, molybdenum, nickel and zinc.

The vanadium is also encased in clay rather than embedded in crystals, meaning it can be recovered through less environmentally and energy-intensive processes than at most other vanadium quarries, dramatically reducing the carbon footprint of batteries made from it.
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Message par energy_isere » 02 févr. 2020, 11:25

Un prospect de Vanadium au Canada.

Concentration de 0.5 % en Vanadium associé à du fer et du Titane.
How Delrey Metals is Unlocking Canada’s Vanadium Supply
January 31 2020
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Delrey Metals has numerous vanadium projects throughout British Columbia, as well as the option to acquire 80% of the Newfoundland-based Four Corners Vanadium project, which is considered “one of the largest and most accessible vanadium projects in North America.”

Delrey Metals Advances Development of Four Corners
Delrey Metals’ flagship Four Corners project in southwestern Newfoundland and Labrador totals 7,655 hectares in size and is host to vanadium enriched titaniferous magnetite (iron) mineralization, which shows very encouraging historical evidence for significant vanadium accumulations across five main target zones.

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https://microsmallcap.com/delrey-metals ... adium/amp/

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Message par energy_isere » 02 févr. 2020, 11:31

Suite de ce post du 15 sept 2019 viewtopic.php?p=2287841#p2287841
Is 2020 the year for vanadium to shine? Australian Vanadium’s Vincent Algar certainly thinks so.
January 14, 2020
https://www.google.com/amp/s/stockhead. ... -so/%3famp

Des Chinois sont intéressés https://smallcaps.com.au/australian-van ... s-offtake/

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Message par energy_isere » 26 mars 2020, 23:00

Un autre prospect de Vanadium en Suède.
Rutile identified as the carrier of vanadium at Eurobattery Minerals’ project

MINING.COM Staff Writer | March 24, 2020 | 6:15 am Battery Metals Europe Vanadium

Eurobattery Minerals AB announced that researchers working at Fetsjön project in Sweden have identified rutile as the carrier of vanadium recovered in the bedrock of the prospect area.

“Even if early results, it’s encouraging to see that the scientists have now identified the carrier of the vanadium in our prospecting area in northern Sweden,” Roberto García Martínez, CEO of Eurobattery Minerals, said in a media statement. “In order to provide ethical and fully traceable minerals and support the electric revolution, it is important that all stakeholders collaborate.”

In December, the Stockholm-based company signed an agreement with Uppsala University in Sweden and AGH University of Science & Technology in Poland, where researchers have been given the task of testing new, more efficient and cost-effective methods to obtain battery minerals. These techniques are expected to complement currently used technologies.

Despite the covid-19 pandemic, Eurobattery Minerals said that the research project continues in accordance with the plan and that the next step is to initiate tests on sustainable ways to extract vanadium from rutile.

The firm also said its vision is to help Europe become self-sufficient in ethical battery minerals.
https://www.mining.com/rutile-identifie ... s-project/

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Message par energy_isere » 26 mars 2020, 23:05

Un projet de mine de Vanadium dans le Queensland, Australie. 470 millions de dollars à investir, début de construction fin d' année.
Queensland to streamline approvals for vanadium mine

February 27, 2020

A proposed $470 million vanadium mine in North West Queensland has this week been declared a prescribed project. The project will include facilities for processing the vanadium for use in batteries, chemical applications and in high-strength steel production.

“The proponent will mine and process vanadium for use in the growth market of vanadium batteries and new technologies within the renewable energy sector, and in high-strength steel production,” Queensland’s Minister for State Development, Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Planning, Cameron Dick, said.

“Initially, 10,000 tonnes per annum will be mined at the site, which is in the North West Minerals Provence, with the workforce expected to be largely sourced locally and housed in the region.

“In addition to the mine, the project includes a processing plant, rail spur line into the mine site, workforce accommodation village and associated infrastructure including an off-site water supply dam and 20km pipeline to the project site.”

The declaration as a prescribed project helps to streamline approvals and fast-track delivery of the project. The coordinator-general, if necessary, will be able to intervene in the approvals process to ensure timely decision making for the project.

The mine will be operated by Multicom Resources, a Queensland based exploration and mining company, which been working on the project since 2014 when exploration activities revealed significant amounts of vanadium within the sedimentary rocks in the area.

“We are very grateful for the continued support provided by the Queensland Government to the Saint Elmo Vanadium Project,” Multicom Resources Limited CEO, Shaun McCarthy, said

“Gaining the required permits and approvals in a timely and efficient manner is a critical aspect of our development plans.”

Construction could commence in late 2020, with the first vanadium exports proposed to commence in 2021. The project has an anticipated 30-year life span

The project is consistent with the Queensland government’s North West Queensland Economic Diversification Strategy, which provides investment in developing strong supply chains and creating sustainable communities, according to Dick.

“The Saint Elmo project will contribute to long-term sustainable growth in North West Queensland,” Dick said.
https://www.manmonthly.com.au/news/quee ... dium-mine/
Saint Elmo Project
The Saint Elmo Project is 100% owned by Multicom Resources and is situated 25km east of Julia Creek in Queensland’s North West Minerals Province. This region is renowned as one of the world’s richest mineral-producing regions.
Multicom Resources is currently progressing the permitting, approval and development of its Saint Elmo Project.
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sur le site du minier Multicom Resources : https://www.mcres.com.au/saint-elmo-project

Les teneurs sont entre 0.26 et 0.36 % de Vanadium sous forme de V2O5

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Message par energy_isere » 18 mai 2020, 00:14

Suite de ce post du 14 Avril 2019 viewtopic.php?p=2282907#p2282907

First Vanadium dévoile son Analyse économique préliminaire pour le gisement de Vanadium de Carlin dans le Nevada.
Il y aurait 535 millions de $ à investir.
First Vanadium releases PEA for Carlin deposit in Nevada

Carl A. Williams - The Northern Miner | May 12, 2020

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First Vanadium president and CEO, Paul Cowley, during a drilling verification at the Carlin vanadium deposit. Photo Credit: First Vanadium.

First Vanadium (TSXV: FVAN) has completed a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Carlin vanadium project in Elko County, about 10 km south of the town of Carlin in north-central Nevada.

“Getting to the PEA level for Carlin was a significant milestone for us and is a key part of the process for unlocking the value of the project,” Paul Cowley, the company’s president and CEO, said in an interview.

The early stage study estimated an open-pit mine life of 11 years producing a total of 180 million lbs. vanadium oxide (V205).

The study also envisioned processing an additional five years of stockpile feed that would generate an annual average of 11 million lbs. V205 after the mine reaches the end of its operating life. Sulphuric acid and electricity from the processing plant would then be sold for a four-year period.

“The deposit is located in significant mining hub, so as we approach the end of the life of the vanadium mine the processing plant could continue to provide acid as well as electricity to mines operating in the district, so we won’t need to find buyers for it.”

The PEA estimated average operating costs for the large-scale open pit project of $4.81 per lb. V2O5 for the first 10 years and $5.17 per lb. of V2O5 over the life of the mine.

“The most significant component of the PEA is the low operating costs, which fall into the lower quartile for vanadium production and therefore provides us with a significant advantage over other vanadium producers, whose costs are generally much higher,” Crowley said.

The PEA forecast pre-production capital requirements for the project of $535 million, and calculated an after-tax net present value of $29 million at a discount rate of 6%, an internal rate of return of 7% and a payback period of 7.7 years. The study used a V205 price of $10.65 per pound.

The project has indicated resources of 24.64 million tonnes grading 0.615% V2O5 for 303 million lbs. contained V2O5, and inferred resources of 7.19 million tonnes grading 0.520% V2O5 for 75 million lbs. of V2O5. The estimate used a cut-off grade of 0.3% V2O5.

Cowley noted that Carlin could become a source of much-needed vanadium for the U.S.

The bulk of the vanadium in the U.S. is currently sourced from China. As a consequence, the U.S. Department of the Interior has deemed vanadium as one of the commodities considered critical to the country’s economic and national security.
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https://www.mining.com/first-vanadium-r ... in-nevada/

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