Delivering critical minerals for a sustainable future
Pioneering. Progressive. We comprise a team of industry specialists and forward-thinking leaders. Thinking big, being agile, we’re on a mission to bring Australian high purity critical minerals to the world.
High purity products critical to the global economy
Critical minerals are necessary to support local and global economies of the future, drive the clean energy transition, and target net zero emissions. Projections for our products suggest purity levels greater than 99%+ for Vanadium and 99.99%+ for HPA. It’s all about unlocking opportunity through premium products for revolutionary applications.
The next generation mineral
A medium-hard ductile metal, Vanadium is typically used in reinforcing steel alloys. This results in greener, lower carbon construction. Vanadium alloy’s light weight characteristics make it ideal for specialty alloys used in the aerospace industry and its unique chemical properties will enable it to become the preferred choice in the storage of utility scale energy.
Crystal clear purity
A premium non-metallurgical alumina product characterisied by its very high purity level, HPA (High Purity Alumina) properties include corrosion and scratch resistance, high brightness and its ability to withstand extreme temperatures. It plays a critical role in creating synthetic sapphire crystals used in LED lights, semi-conductors, watch faces, smartphones and applications for lithium-ion batteries such as in the ceramic cathodic separators and within the cathode and anode chemistries, into the future.
Realising Australia’s critical minerals vision
We’re turning concept into reality. Wholly owned by Multicom, our projects position us strongly to be a first-mover that is scaled for success for generations to come.
Saint Elmo Project
Situated 25km east of Julia Creek in Queensland’s North West Minerals Province, the project will be a major employer in the local region whilst leading the establishment of a globally significant vanadium industry in Australia.
Located some 50-60 km southwest of Croydon and 120 km south-east of the port of Karumba in Queensland’s North West, our early stage Yappar project is targeting large iron oxide copper gold (IOCG) systems as well as intrusive related gold systems (IRGS) hosted in the underlying Proterozoic basement rocks.