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Listen: Developments in battery metal raw materials; nickel and cobalt supply outlooks

S&P Global Platts global market and methodology specialist Marcel Goldenberg, battery metals pricing specialist Emmanuel Latham and news journalist focusing on battery metals Ben Kilbey discuss developments and outlooks on nickel and cobalt supply.

High anticipated demand has seen the 'much forgotten' battery metal nickel come to the forefront of discussion in recent months, much was heard at Indaba and the AABC conferences on the potential supply deficit for this crucial material.

This episode also looks at the latest developments at Glencore's majority owned Kamato mine in the DRC, which appears to have run into further issues in recent weeks.

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