In today’s podcast Mitchell Smith, CEO of Global Energy Metals (TSX-V:GEMC), explains the company’s strategy of being a pure-play on Cobalt.
Global Energy Metals is developing a number of Cobalt projects across Australia, Canada and the US and recently signed a Definitive Agreement to acquire the Lovelock Cobalt Mine and Treasure Box Project in Nevada. Both are around 150km away from the Tesla Gigafactory. Smith also discusses the company’s plans for an additional list in London.
This interview was recorded on 14th March 2019.
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