“Big miners plug into battery metals joint ventures” ~ Reuters, 4 Feb 2022
“SGX to offer energy metals derivatives as demand for electric vehicles rises” ~ The Straits Times, 13 Jan 2022
“Glencore plans UK recycling plant for lithium-ion batteries” ~ Financial Times, 3 Feb 2022
"According to Bloomberg NEF, global electric car sales are estimated to have reached 5.6 million vehicles in 2021 from 3.1 million in 2020, thanks to brisk sales in China. Further demand growth in 2022 will mean a lithium deficit this year as use of the material outstrips production and depletes stockpiles, according to a December report from S&P Global." ~ Nikkei Asia, 3 Jan 2022
As the global economy emerges from the COVID-19 disruption, production and supply of battery materials and components is expected to pace up to meet the rising demand for electric vehicles and etc. Meanwhile joint ventures and investments in these green metals have been announced.
This conference will cover the global markets from various geographies and perspectives on the supply of battery metals, forecasted demand of EV, investment mitigation options as well as the emergence of battery recycling in the supply chain.
- Jessie Ng, Associate Director, Singapore Exchange Ltd ( SGX )
- Joel Crane, Investor Relations / Commercial Manager, Cobalt Blue Holding
- Chris Doornbos, President, CEO & Director, E3 Metals Corp
- Robert Baylis, Value Chain Expert - Johnson Matthey Battery Materials, Johnson Matthey Battery Systems
- Daniel Jimenez, Partner, iLiMarkets
- Ronnie Mitchell, Executive Director, Global Lithium Resources
- Ken Hoffman, Senior Expert & Co-Head EV Battery Materials Research Group, McKinsey & Company Inc
- Howard Klein, Founder & Partner, RK Equity
- Rodney Hooper, Partner, RK Equity
Don’t miss your opportunity to network with the major players within the global battery supply chain. Register now or contact email@example.com for more details.
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