Podcast with Cobalt and Nickel Expert Bob Morris
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Toronto, ON / January 17, 2019 / JMN Wire / Cobalt27 Battery Metals Podcast featuring Robert Morris, former EVP Vale Base Metals, discusses rapid pace of battery demand for nickel with overall demand for battery metals expected to double within the next decade, transforming the industry and creating a once in a generation opportunity for new entrants to come into the market.
About Cobalt 27 Capital Corp.
Cobalt 27 Capital Corp. is a leading battery metals streaming company offering exposure to metals integral to key technologies of the electric vehicle and energy storage markets. The Company owns 2,905.7 Mt of physical cobalt and a 32.6% Cobalt Stream on Vale's world-class Voisey's Bay mine, beginning in 2021. Cobalt 27 is undertaking a friendly acquisition of Highlands Pacific which is expected to add increased attributable nickel and cobalt production from the long-life, world-class Ramu Mine. The Company also manages a portfolio of ten royalties and intends to continue to invest in a cobalt-nickel-lithium-focused portfolio of streams, royalties and direct interests in mineral properties containing battery metals.
For further information please visit the Company website at www.cobalt27.com.
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