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Technology is the answer to delivering critical minerals

Leading-edge technology is vital to finding the critical minerals needed to meet global net-zero emission pledges, says Paul House, CEO of mining-tech company IMDEX, as new figures show explorers chasing battery minerals contributed to a record AUS$1 billion (US$700 million) spend in the June quarter.

Paul House
 Can IMDEX’s BLAST DOG lead the way in the search for new supplies of critical minerals?

Can IMDEX’s BLAST DOG lead the way in the search for new supplies of critical minerals?

House said that historically gold accounted for about 50% of exploration expenditure, with copper accounting for 20% and nickel, cobalt and lithium about 15%. "Collectively critical metals accounted...

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