Vanadium Mining News

This electric metal gem is up 55% in 2018 and investors have hardly noticed

After BMO's star analyst published bullish research notes on vanadium in January (2018), the price of vanadium pentoxide (v2o5) went up another 55%.

How vanadium-coated smart glass saves energy

Smart glass windows made with vanadium are capable of saving more energy by stopping thermal radiation from escaping, scientists say.

Energy Fuels wins approval to expand uranium, vanadium mines in Utah

The BLM also allows the expansion of the Daneros uranium mine if it implements additional emission controls.

Vancouver company obtains positive results in process of extracting metals from petcoke

MGX Minerals will proceed with its previously announced partnership with Highbury Energy.

MGX eyeing lithium brine assets in Chile

Without changing the way it operates, the Canadian miner now wants to set foot in the world’s second lithium producing country.

Shares in Vancouver vanadium junior tank after securities probe

Regulator in British Columbia wants clarification on Vanadiumcorp's economic assessment of its flagship Lac Doré project in Quebec.

Best-performing battery metal of the past year isn't cobalt

A metal that’s in demand for batteries is surging, and it’s not the one everyone’s talking about.

Canadian companies want to extract nickel, vanadium, cobalt from petcoke

They're running a study led by Paul Watkinson, who has investigated the conversion of carbonaceous solids into gaseous and liquid fuels.

Why the United States needs a good vanadium deposit

The vanadium flow battery is essential for our future energy consumption requirements.

Vanadium: The metal we can’t do without and don’t produce

One of the world’s least known metals is also of great importance, and likely to become more so as renewable energies catch up with and possibly eclipse fossil fuels.

Vanadium: the energy storage metal

Vanadium redox flow batteries (VRFBs) are fairly unique in the battery world.

George Glasier: Rising vanadium prices could increase uranium production

George Glasier thinks the uranium price hovering around $21 means that there is currently enough supply to meet demand in the market.

The Most Beautiful Metal

As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information.

The Ellis Martin Report: Interview with Benchmark Mineral's Simon Moores

Ellis Martin speaks with Simon Moores, an analyst at Benchmark Mineral Intelligence a London-based consultancy and research firm focusing on critical and industrial metals.

Roskill's long-term outlook for vanadium prices suggests a recovery in prices is likely, peaking around 2019/2020

Roskill's latest vanadium report provides an in-depth look at an industry for which little information is publically available.

Largo makes historic vanadium flow battery partnership

The MOU summarizes the principal terms upon which Largo and Vionx will continue discussions that may lead to the supply by Largo of vanadium electrolyte to Vionx to further the research and development of advanced VRBs utilizing VNX Grid Energy Storage Systems.

Largo announces closing of the first tranche of recently announced private placement

Largo announces closing of the first tranche of recently announced private placement and signing of binding term sheet for new debt facilities.

Credit Suisse analyst Michael Slifirski: new non-Chinese graphite and vanadium supply could create new demand

More may really be better for end users and mining companies when it comes to graphite.

Largo provides operational update

Construction of the Maracas Vanadium Project is now 99.8% complete, with only the installation of auxiliary items still underway.

American Vanadium and Gildemeister team up to provide grid energy storage to US

US grid energy receives a boost from American Vanadium and Gildemeister energy solutions.

VIDEO: Energy storage will be a trillion dollar industry: American Vanadium

China plans to build storage for 5% of its energy by 2021

Judge issues ruling in case challenging issuance of radioactive materials license for Pinon Ridge Mill

Energy Fuels announced today that Denver District Court Judge John N. McMullen ruled in favor of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and Energy Fuels, Inc. on the ten substantive environmental, health, and safety claims in a case challenging CDPHE's issuance of a radioactive materials license for the Piñon Ridge project to Energy Fuels.

Largo commences full construction activities at its Brazil Maracas Vanadium Project

Having officially broken ground in Brasilia, and with projected annual production of 5,000 tonnes, Largo's Vanadium project is underway.

Vanadium: Awaiting energizing

Specialty metals suffer, in many cases, from being either combined with other metals in small quantities to gain relevance or have stand-alone usages that seem obscure or humdrum. In the case of vanadium the market is large but the sources are many, with recycling (the miner’s worst enemy) being a major source.