Triton Minerals, via its majority 80% interest in holding company Grafex Limitada,  holds an interest in three highly prospective graphite projects in Mozambique.

The Company’s key focus is the Ancuabe Project due to its high quality product, proximity to key infrastructure and outstanding potential for further resource growth.

Ancuabe Graphite Project

The Ancuabe Project is in the proven graphite region of Cabo Delgado in north eastern Mozambique. Compared to all other ASX listed graphite projects in East Africa, the Ancuabe project is located closest to existing infrastructure and an operating container port. The project is located adjacent to the producing AMG Graphit Kropfmuhl (GK) graphite mine […]

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Balama North Project

The Balama North Project is the world’s largest known combined graphite-vanadium resource. It is in northern Mozambique, some 240kms from Pemba Port. The resource consists of two significant areas of interests that are currently being evaluated, including: Nicanda Hill Nicanda West Cobra Plains Nicanda Hill Nicanda Hill resource is one of the world’s largest graphite […]

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Balama South Project

The Balama South Project is located approximately 35 km south of the Balama township within the same north-east trending geological domain covered by the Balama North project which hosts the Cobra Plains deposit and the Nicanda Hill prospect. To date, only limited exploration activities have been completed on the Balama South project. The major activity […]

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Nicanda Hill Project

The Nicanda Hill Project is one of the world’s largest graphite deposits and a globally significant Vanadium deposit. The project is located approximately 240kms by road from Pemba port in the Cabo Delgado region in northern Mozambique. The Nicanda Hill Project has a JORC Inferred and Indicated Mineral Resource of 1.43 billion tonnes at 11.1% […]

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