Syrah Resources Limited

Although prices tripled between 2005 and 2011, the resources bust hasn’t spared one its former darlings: graphite. Best known for the ‘lead’ in pencils, graphite has more recently been praised for its conductiveness and inertness; properties that make it attractive for use in batteries and as a heat sink. Lithium batteries, used in almost every electrical device today, actually contain 10 times as much graphite as lithium and nuclear and solar power plants are also large users of graphite. To cement its attractiveness, China – never far from any resource tale – overwhelmingly dominates global supply with 70% of...

Although prices tripled between 2005 and 2011, the resources bust hasn’t spared one its former darlings: graphite.

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