trending Market Intelligence /marketintelligence/en/news-insights/trending/v-gtR3n79mBcR9Ap48Ra-Q2 content esgSubNav
In This List

BlackEarth Minerals defines maiden resource for Maniry's Haja graphite deposit

Blog

Japan M&A By the Numbers: Q4 2023

Blog

Infographic: The Big Picture 2024 – Energy Transition Outlook

Case Study

An Oil and Gas Company's Roadmap for Strategic Insights in a Quickly Evolving Regulatory Landscape

Blog

Essential IR Insights Newsletter Fall - 2023


BlackEarth Minerals defines maiden resource for Maniry's Haja graphite deposit

BlackEarth Minerals NL posted an initial resource estimate for the Haja graphite deposit at its Maniry project in southern Madagascar for an inferred resource of 9.0 million tonnes at 5.79% total graphitic carbon for 521,100 tonnes of contained graphite using a cutoff of 5% TGC.

The estimate consolidates the company's Maniry resource base, adding a substantial resource to the adjacent high-grade Razafy deposit, according to a Dec. 27 release. Haja is 800 meters west of Razafy.

BlackEarth posted an initial estimate for Razafy in August totaling 11.2 million tonnes at 7.10% TGC.

BlackEarth completed a trenching program that focused on strike extensions for Razafy and uncovered prospective high-grade lenses in its vicinity.

The company said it expects to complete a scoping study on Maniry based on the Razafy deposit in January 2019.