Triton’s portfolio of Mozambican graphite projects are located in the prime position in Africa’s only producing graphite region

Mozambique: The premier location for graphite

  • Mozambique is a stable jurisdiction, with a pro-resource development government
  • Cabo Delgado is a proven graphite producing region with two operating graphite mines adjacent.
  • The AMG GK mine is immediately adjacent to Ancuabe
  • Syrah Resources Balama mine is close by (150km’s West) which is the world’s largest graphite producing

Ancuabe Graphite Project

  • Triton’s Flagship project with a robust Definitive Feasibility Study1(DFS) completed in 2017
    • 46 MT Resource @ 6.6% TGC and 24.9 MT Reserve @ 6.2% TGC
    • 59% large flake graphite (>180µm), 32% jumbo flake graphite (>300µm)
    • Robust Financials of NPV US$298 million, IRR 37%
  • Project will produce a diverse range of graphite concentrates which are suited to the expandable, battery and refractory graphite markets
  • Concentrate is predominately large flake and high purity graphite (56%), which commands a premium price
  • 20% of the concentrate is also fine flake which is suited for the emerging battery graphite market
  • A large local work force which is well trained and educated
  • Access to establish infrastructure such as roads, power and close to two Indian Ocean container ports

Triton aims to be the next East African graphite producer

  • Targeting production of 60,000 tonnes of high purity, large flake, graphite concentrate per annum