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Viewpoint > Mining-agenda

London Mining Agenda - Anthony Milewski, 06/07/17

Cobalt is the hottest commodity in town right now thanks to rising demand for batteries from the electric vehicle sector and the resulting expectations of a supply squeeze in the medium term. Such a dynamic means any company with exposure to the metal, and better yet stockpiles of it, is viewed favourably by the investment community. Cobalt 27, headed up by chairman and CEO Anthony Milewski, is one such company. Having raised C$200 million (US$151 million) as part of its Toronto IPO, it now has some 2,158.6 tonnes of cobalt on its books to play with. Milewski talked the Mining Agenda through his plans for the company and shed some light on the “electric dreams” that made him start buying cobalt two years ago.

Viewpoint > Mining-agenda

London Mining Agenda - Anthony Milewski, 06/07/17

Cobalt is the hottest commodity in town right now thanks to rising demand for batteries from the electric vehicle sector and the resulting expectations of a supply squeeze in the medium term. Such a dynamic means any company with exposure to the metal, and better yet stockpiles of it, is viewed favourably by the investment community. Cobalt 27, headed up by chairman and CEO Anthony Milewski, is one such company. Having raised C$200 million (US$151 million) as part of its Toronto IPO, it now has some 2,158.6 tonnes of cobalt on its books to play with. Milewski talked the Mining Agenda through his plans for the company and shed some light on the “electric dreams” that made him start buying cobalt two years ago.

London Mining Agenda - Anthony Milewski, 06/07/17