Hexagon Resources is an Australia-based exploration company focusing on the delivery of exceptional high purity and highly crystalline flake graphite for use in new technologies. The primary focus for Hexagon is the development of the McIntosh Flake Graphite Project in the East Kimberley, Western Australia.
Anson Resources (previously known as Mayan Iron Corporation) is a Western Australian based mining exploration company that was formed in 2009 and listed on the ASX in July 2010. The company’s primary goal is to discover and develop precious metal deposits. The Company is based in West Perth, Western Australia.
The Company has three core projects, two in Western Australia and one in Nevada, USA. The Western Australian projects are still in the exploration stage, and AR continues to focus on developing and delivering high grade, high value resources. The USA project is a share in Nevada gold exploration.
Leading Edge Materials, formerly Flinders Resources, acquired all of the issued and outstanding shares of Tasman Metals via a plan of arrangement in August 2016.
LEM is a Canadian public company (TSX.v:LEM; OTCQB: LEMIF), but its principal assets of are located in Scandinavia. LEM’s core investments are matched to high growth markets, linked to the global shift to low-carbon energy generation and energy storage. LEM's assets and research focus are towards the raw materials for Li-ion batteries (graphite, lithium, high purity aluminium); materials for high thermal efficiency building products (graphite, silica, nepheline); and materials that improve the efficiency of energy generation (dysprosium, neodymium, hafnium).
The company is the 100% owner of the Woxna graphite mine and processing facility located in Sweden. The fully permitted Woxna facility was restarted in July 2014 and produced natural flake graphite concentrate until spring 2015.
Saint Jean is a publicly traded junior mining exploration company with graphite mining claims on five 100% Company-owned properties located in the province of Quebec in Canada. The five properties include the Walker property, a past producing mine, the Wallingford property, the St. Jovite property, East Miller and Clot Property.
Alabama Graphite, a Canadian based company, is conducting graphite exploration and development at two graphite mines in Alabama, USA.
In March 2015, Alabama Graphite announced that it has found naturally occurring flake graphene at its Coosa Property in Alabama, USA. The company found several graphene types: few-layer graphene (2-5 layers), multi-layer graphene (2-10 layers), and graphite nanoplates (less than 100 nm thick).