China’s decision to impose export controls on synthetic and natural graphite has heightened the need for a European strategic partnership across the supply chain to develop security for these critical materials, according to the European Carbon and Graphite Association (ECGA)

China is once again flexing its proverbial muscles, imposing export controls on graphite and giving the Western world a reminder that it remains years ahead for certain aspects of the energy transition

China’s electric vehicle (EVs) sector received a boost from government subsidies, with output and sales rising considerably year on year in September, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM) on Wednesday October 11

A rare earth mining project nearing completion in the midwestern state of Goiás has the potential to kickstart the development of a rare earth industry in Brazil, market participants said

Struggling economies, high interest rates and volatility across metals will be key talking points for market participants gathering in London for this year’s LME Week, to be held October 9-13

Fastmarkets’ forecast of future output and prices

Investment for new projects outside of China and acceptance that synthetic graphite will continue to play a role in supplying the anode battery sector are key for the development of the nascent European graphite market, according to panelists at Fastmarkets’ European Battery Raw Materials conference in Amsterdam

EU regulation to go into effect in 2025 will require all ships to minimize the yearly average greenhouse gas emissions intensity

Delegates at Fastmarkets’ European Battery Raw Materials Conference in Amsterdam, held September 18-20, discussed their expectations and the likely developments in the global battery raw materials markets. Here are five key takeaways

The gathering of early information on carbon emissions by the supply chain, and additional transparency, can create marketing opportunities for producers of battery raw materials (BRM) before such reporting is made mandatory, according to panelists at Fastmarkets’ European BRM Conference