War, What is it Good For? Tungsten

War, What is it Good For? Tungsten

Demand for tungsten in light bulbs is being phased out; however, there is another place for tungsten mill products that doesn't get discussed much in polite company: war.

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Company News

Almonty to Acquire Wolfram Camp Tungsten-Moly Mine

Almonty Industries Inc. (TSXV:AII) announced that it has entered into a binding letter of intent with Deutsche Rohstoff AG (ETR:DR0) under which Almonty will acquire 100 percent of Wolfram Camp Mining Pty and Tropical Metals Pty.

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INN Video: James Robertson of Blackheath Resources on Projects in Portugal

   Blackheath Resources Inc. (TSX:BHR) President and CEO, James Robertson, spoke with Resource Investing News about the Company’s three projects in northern Portugal and how it is an excellent jurisdiction to work in because of their mining-supportive government. The government “publicly stated that they see mining as being an important factor in their financial issues that [...]

Market News

HC Starck on Buying Tungsten From Africa

Metal Bulletin reported that German technology metals supplier HC Starck doesn't prioritize sourcing its tungsten from Africa.

Tungsten Diselenide Making Waves in Optoelectronics

IEEE Spectrum reported that researchers at a variety of universities have achieved "interesting optoelectronics results" using a new two-dimensional material called tungsten diselenide (WSe2).

Tungsten Enjoying Price Stability

Powder Metallurgy Review reported that tungsten prices have stabilized in recent months. At the moment, ammonium paratungstate (APT), the intermediate material of tungsten, is selling for about $372 to $382 per 10 kilograms.

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