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 By Shane Lasley    In-depth
Daniel Yergin and Gov. Dunleavy onstage for a fireside chat on Alaska energy.

US Permitting pandemic plagues Alaska

Alaska's unparalleled potential to be a major domestic supplier of the minerals and metals critical to the clean energy transition attracted some of North America's top commodities investors and... — Updated 6/29/2023

 
 By A.J. Roan    Editorial
Massive wind turbines on a mountain on Kodiak Island, Alaska.

Alaska sustainable energy independence

Coming together to recognize the potential Alaska can bring to the table for the global transition to renewable energy, the 2023 Alaska Sustainable Energy Conference invited leaders in government,... — Updated 6/1/2023 Full story

 
Closeup of core from drilling through a high-grade lens at Graphite Creek.

Graphite Creek anode material produced

Graphite One Inc. April 27 announced that it has received the first active anode material for lithium-ion batteries produced from material derived from its Graphite Creek deposit in western Alaska.... — Updated 5/11/2023

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
Lights paint large Graphite Creek camp tents with an orange hue during dusk.

Graphite One reports resource growth

Updated resource sets stage for next level of expansion at largest graphite deposit in the US. With only 2,150 meters of drilling carried out during 2022, Graphite One Inc. expanded the quantity of... — Updated 3/30/2023

 
 By A.J. Roan    News
A breathtaking photo of the Denali National Park in Alaska.

Alaska can fuel American clean energy

ANCHORAGE, Alaska: Gathering together leaders, decision-makers, and experts toward the common goal of understanding the value of Alaska's mineral endowment and how to unlock it for America's... — Updated 3/23/2023

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
Excavator loads gold-rich ore into a truck at Kinross Alaska's Fort Knox Mine.

Alaska mine production tops $4.5 billion

More gold, strong zinc prices helped push value higher; critical minerals could add a boost moving forward. Alaska mines produced approximately $4.51 billion worth of nonfuel minerals last year, a 1... — Updated 3/11/2023

 
Closeup of graphite flakes and sphalerite (zinc mineral) in Nagvaak drill core.

StrategX adds graphite to Nunavut project

StrategX Elements Corp. March 7 announced that it has added graphite to the impressive suite of energy transition metals identified at its Nagvaak project on Nunavut's Melville Peninsula. Nagvaak... — Updated 3/7/2023

 
A western Alaska sunset colors the horizon behind a drill at Graphite Creek.

Unveiling larger Graphite Creek potential

Graphite One Inc. Feb. 7 reported assay results from a 2,150-meter 2022 drill program aimed at upgrading and expanding the Graphite Creek resource, including one hole that cut strong graphite minera... — Updated 2/17/2023

 
Stack of large gold bars from the Gil deposit at the Fort Knox Mine in Alaska.

Golden potential, critical opportunities

Gold dominates Alaska mineral exploration, but a critical shift arises. Since the discovery of gold in what is now the Alaska capital city of Juneau, prospectors, geologists, and fortune seekers hav... — Updated 2/2/2023 Full story

 
A colorful sunset paints the horizon orange at the Graphite Creek project in AK.

North to the critical mineral future

The increasing number of electric vehicles charged with renewable energy, connected to 5G networks, and boasting the computing power of 200 laptops to autonomously traverse global highways is... — Updated 1/20/2023 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
A colorful dusk horizon backdrops a drill testing the Graphite Creek deposit.

Graphite One considers larger operations

To better match the world-class size of its Graphite Creek deposit in Alaska to the enormous demand for the graphite going into lithium-ion batteries powering the electric vehicle revolution,... — Updated 1/18/2023

 
A colorful sunset backdrops a graphite exploration camp in Alaska.

Graphite One advances US supply strategy

Pushes ahead AK mine, WA plant to meet vast EV battery demand. As automakers look to secure the graphite required for lithium-ion batteries that will power the hundreds of millions of electric vehic... — Updated 1/17/2023 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    In-depth
Underground chrome mine in an outline of Alaska and critical minerals.

49 critical minerals in the 49th State

From antimony historically mined near the Interior Alaska city of Fairbanks to the zinc and germanium produced at the Red Dog Mine, America's 49th State is a past producer, and a potential future... — Updated 11/16/2022 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
The orange hue of the tent camp matches the dusk horizon at Graphite Creek.

Graphite Creek criticality on the rise

A shortage of the graphite required for the lithium-ion batteries powering the transition to electric mobility is elevating the criticality of Graphite One Inc.'s plans to develop a mine in Alaska... — Updated 10/27/2022

 
Closeup of several green rough uncut emerald crystals.

The kryptonite of America's economy

Lack of domestic critical mineral supplies weakens US clean energy ambitions The White House and lawmakers on Capitol Hill are becoming increasingly aware that a lack of secure supplies of critical... — Updated 9/20/2022

 
Cobalt is a transition metal between iron and nickel on the periodic table.

Critical cobalt overshadowed by lithium

Replacing this oft-maligned lithium-ion battery metal comes at a cost Traditionally a headline-grabbing metal due to the perceived human rights and monetary costs it adds to lithium-ion batteries... — Updated 9/20/2022

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
A geologist’s hammer next to lens of graphite at Graphite Creek in Alaska.

Study details US graphite supply chain

At a time when American automakers are looking for potential domestic supplies of the graphite that makes up nearly half of all the materials that go into the lithium-ion batteries powering... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
Infotainment and navigation system interface in a Tesla Model X EV.

Minerals critical to the EV Revolution

Electric Vehicles require six times the minerals than their fossil fuel forebearers With even the most basic models boasting sophisticated driver-assist, navigation, infotainment, diagnostics, and o... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
Massive graphite in core from drilling at the Graphite Creek deposit in Alaska.

More graphite needed for EVs – a lot more

By 2030, batteries will likely need more than 5x all the graphite mined in 2021 While shortages of the lithium and nickel needed for electric vehicle batteries has dominated news headlines over the... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
 By J. P. Tangen    Editorial
Map of Ukraine and surrounding Eastern European countries with compass.

It's 1, 2, 3, 4 whata we fightin' for?

Being cynical by nature, and having a solid distrust of the integrity of the popular press, it crosses my mind that the political determination of the United States and its NATO allies to dump our... — Updated 9/15/2022 Full story

 
DOE organization ReCell Center displays all battery materials.

Urban mining to provide for critical deficit

Critical minerals can be recycled from decades of e-waste The necessity of reclaiming waste as a means to curb the seemingly impossible material requirements of a renewable future is fostering a dif... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
Tin solder is being used to repair a computer microcircuit.

Overlooked tin connects the Digital Age

From flashlights to supercomputers, tin is the glue for an electronic age Lost in the clamor for lithium, nickel and other metals needed for the batteries powering electric vehicles and modern... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
Rows of aluminum ingots from Rio Tinto's Aluminium Smelter in New Zealand.

Underdog aluminum is critical metal too

Shining a light on a metal used in nearly all today's economic sectors Used in everything from beer cans to spacecraft, aluminum is a metal most people interact with nearly every day. What many... — Updated 9/15/2022

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
Geologist using a hammer to collect samples from a rock outcrop in Alaska.

Earth MRI for Alaska critical minerals

Alaska is known to be a trove of the minerals and metals critical to every segment of the American economy. This critical mineral richness is despite the fact that Alaska is a vast state that remain... — Updated 9/3/2022

 
Piles of praseodymium, cerium, lanthanum, neodymium, samarium, and gadolinium.

Alaska is Well-Positioned to Lead the Nation's Critical Minerals Industry

Modern society depends on the responsible development of a wide variety of minerals and metals. These commodities are used in numerous consumer products, such as cellular phones, computers,... — Updated 8/18/2022 Full story

 

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