Rock Yarns: AVL has its finger on the pulse of Australia’s clean energy and battery metal needs
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Stock analysis veteran and lover of the resources game, Peter Strachan, is back for another instalment of the Rock Yarns podcast.
In this episode Peter chats with Todd Richardson, Chief Operating Officer of Australian Vanadium (ASX:AVL)
Australian Vanadium is an emerging vanadium producer developing its high-grade Australian Vanadium Project near Meekatharra, Western Australia.
The project is currently one of the highest-grade vanadium projects being advanced globally with 208.2 megatonnes (Mt) at 0.74% vanadium pentoxide (V2O5), containing a high grade zone of 87.9Mt at 1.07% V2O5 and a Probable Reserve of 8.42Mt at 1.01% V2O5.
The company recently renewed its board structure with the appointment of Cliff Lawrenson as a non-executive director and non-executive chairman-elect.
Peter also spoke with the company’s managing director, Vincent Algar in April.
So tune in below to hear all things Australian Vanadium.