Blackstone Minerals charges up the Battery Market

Updated: Apr 21

Scott Williamson positions the company to make the best battery products for the industry

Noel Ong has been a keen follower of Blackstone Minerals Limited (ASX:BSX) and the company's story has been featured in his Coffee with Samso since 2019 in the company's early days.


Noel gets a lot of juice from his coffee chats with the company, catching up with what they have been doing and seeing what exciting times lie ahead for them.


When the company was still young, there were thoughts about whether they would be able to come up with good drilling results. The happy news is, their story has grown since then and today, Scott Williamson, Managing Director of Blackstone Minerals Limited (ASX:BSX) is proud to share their story about why their nickel products are of the highest quality.

A simple supply-and-demand factor means that the biggest deal breaker for the battery market is a lack of nickel sulphide concentrates. While there are no set answers to the future of the company, it pays to ask questions about entry timing and understand the value. Charge up with some insights here with Scott Williamson: Coffee With Samso Episode 77.


About Scott Williamson

Managing Director

Blackstone Minerals Limited Qualifications: BEng (Mining), BCom, MAusIMM


Scott Williamson is an experienced Managing Director with a demonstrated history of working in the mining and metals industry. He is skilled in Open Pit and Underground Mining, Corporate Finance, Investor Relations and Project Planning. A strong business development professional with equity capital markets experience, Scott graduated from West Australian School of Mines and Curtin University of Technology. Mr. Williamson holds a WA First Class Mine Manager’s Certificate and is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

About Blackstone Minerals Limited


Blackstone Minerals Limited (ASX: BSX) is developing the district-scale Ta Khoa Project in Northern Vietnam where the company is drilling out the large-scale Ban Phuc Nickel-PGE deposit. The Ta Khoa Nickel-PGE Project has existing modern mine infrastructures built to International Standards including a 450ktpa processing plant and permitted mine facilities.

Blackstone Minerals also owns a large landholding at the Gold Bridge project within the BC porphyry belt in British Columbia, Canada with large scale drill targets prospective for high-grade gold-cobalt-copper mineralisation. In Australia, Blackstone Minerals is exploring for nickel and gold in the Eastern Goldfields and gold in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Blackstone Minerals has a board and management team with a proven track record of mineral discovery and corporate success.



 

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