Rising Graphite Demand Opens Opportunities For Australian Miners



High graphite prices are encouraging development of new projects outside of China, according to market consultant Roskill.

China produces around 70 per cent of the global supply of graphite, but the country is curtailing production to combat pollution.

There are several types of graphite, with high-flake varieties being the most desirable for commercial production. The emerging demand has helped graphite prices rise considerably over the last couple of years, and is opening up the potential of several domestic and international projects for Australian companies.