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Graphite,

a strategic mineral and...

The battery mineral that requires the largest production increase to meet EV demand!
Find out why

Why Graphite?

  • Largest component in lithium ion battery

  • Multiple new mines needed for EV market
  • Most comes from China

 Why Northern?

  • Only North American producer
  • Will be 3rd largest non-Chinese producer
  • Two large development projects
  • All projects:
    • In politically stable countries
    • Have “battery quality” graphite
    • Close to infrastructure

Four High Quality Assets

Northern owns the Lac des Iles (LDI) mine in Quebec, the only significant graphite producer in North America. Northern plans to increase production and extend the mine life with it’s acquisition of 100% interest in the Mousseau West graphite deposit. Mousseau West is located approximately 80 kms from LDI and has the potential to significantly extend its life and return production to 25,000tpy.

Northern's Namibian operations consist of the Okanjande graphite deposit, which has a very large measured and indicated resource, and the Okorusu processing plant. Northern will become the third largest graphite producer outside of China when its Namibian operations come back on line. 

Northern plans to develop its advanced stage Bissett Creek project in Ontario which has a full Feasibility Study. It has been rated as the highest margin graphite deposit in the world.

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