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Nickel Miners News For The Month Of November 2021


  • Nickel spot prices were slightly higher in November, LME inventory was significantly lower.
  • Nickel market news - Cobalt and nickel supply tightness will challenge the electrification of transport - IFA panelists.
  • Nickel company news - Sumitomo Metal Mining will start recycling batteries. Vale to buy back up to a maximum of 200 million shares.
  • Horizonte Minerals obtains a senior secured project finance facility of up to US$346.2 million to fund the construction and development of the Araguaia Nickel project in Brazil.
  • Poseidon Nickel announces maiden Indicated Resource at Golden Swan of 111,600t @ 4.7% Ni for 5,200t contained Ni.
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Welcome to the nickel miners news for November. The past month saw a busy month of news from the nickel producers and juniors.

Nickel price news

As of November 26, the nickel spot price was USD 9.15, up slightly from

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Comments (8)

BeaBaggage profile picture
$IIDDY has $WNARF's books since September and there is no real news on that merger front w Fortescue's Forrest staying quiet and not adding to his position. Western Areas looks good for BHP which is fighting for other resources in CA etc and already processes some of WSA's nickel..still long $WNARF to see how this plays out..regardless if all walk away or nothing happens, the nickel and prospects seem like a real value, even at the post-buyout prices it was pushed up to. Bea
BeaBaggage profile picture
well IGO has agreed to a AU$1.1b takeout on WSA AU$3.37/sh or about $2.40US..all cash. Wonder what Forrest will do, he brought his stake up from 5.3% to 6.3% recently and of course has been fighting BHP in CA for Noront.
Will probably will wait a few days to see of Forrest does anything or not. Maybe even outside chance BHP steps up?? B
EBROWN6241 profile picture
I wonder if in the future insurance rates will go up because of a black market selling stolen batteries? Or maybe they will grind the batteries up and sell the materials to a refinery? Like catalytic converters, batteries may be the next hot target for thieves.
wrc.99 profile picture
Thanks for the update!
Slade_01 profile picture
CAT should be the real winner, as all that heavy mining takes equipment, and carbon fuels of course.
Does the rosy IEA scenario that you included, encapsulated below, take into account the exponential rise of LFP batteries, which use none of them? Especially the signals that Tesla is sending, which are NOT "low-range vehicles in tropical regions..."

"2021 IEA forecast growth in demand for selected minerals from clean energy technologies by scenario, 2040 relative to 2020 - Increases of Graphite 8x to 25x, Cobalt 6x to 21x, Nickel 7x to 19x, Manganese 3x to 8x, Rare Earths 3x to 7x, And Copper 2x to 3x"
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@L. - Not sure re "Does the rosy IEA scenario that you included, encapsulated below." Probably only to some degree, so we will have to wait to see their 2022 forecasts.
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