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Northern Graphite Corporation

TICKER: NGC:TSX.V; NGPHF:OTCQX

Northern Graphite Corp. owns a 100% interest in the Bissett Creek deposit, located in eastern Ontario. It is the only public graphite company with a true large-flake deposit and is the only one with a bankable final feasibility study and its major environmental permit. Bissett Creek has the best infrastructure, the lowest capital cost and the highest operating margin among new graphite projects.


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Gareth Hatch, Seeking Alpha (3/25/14) "In October 2012, Northern Graphite Corporation announced that it had successfully produced spheroidal graphite from Bissett Creek concentrates, with up to 70% yields. . .in November 2013, the company announced that it had partnered with Coulometrics to develop coatings for its spheroidal graphite. Earlier this month, Northern Graphite announced the completion and successful testing of this work."

The Mining Report Interview with Kiril Mugerman (3/4/14) "Northern Graphite Corporation is [a favorite]. From the beginning, it has remained the most advanced project among the Canadian juniors that we've been following. The company did have some permitting issues over the last couple of years, but that has been taken care of. All the graphite produced at Bissett Creek will be 95%+ purity, so Northern Graphite will definitely target the premium markets. And it will produce only 18K–20K tons per year, so Northern Graphite only needs to sell a relatively small amount of graphite to reach its revenue targets. . .in addition, Northern Graphite has been working to produce battery-quality graphite in-house, from its concentrate. This could allow Northern Graphite to attract a higher valuation for its material and help it secure a development partner." More >

The Mining Report Interview with Simon Moores (1/14/14) "Northern Graphite Corporation did a great job of getting out ahead in the race, publishing a lot of information first. It led the industry from the front in that perspective. . .investors should be considering all the serious graphite companies, and that includes Northern Graphite." More >

Henry Lazenby, Mining Weekly (12/18/13) "Up to 55 miners and processors of graphite in the town of Pingdu, located in the East Coast province of Shandong, had been ordered by the local government to stop production after failing to improve wastewater, dust and gas emissions. . .the closures were expected to last until at least June 2014 or until companies could prove an acceptable standard of environmental controls. . .the news, albeit pertaining to the short-term flake graphite outlook, could paint a rosy picture for flake graphite project developers, including Northern Graphite."

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (11/21/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation is in position to feed both the traditional and the developing growth markets from its Bissett Creek project. . .we see Northern Graphite as the most advanced graphite junior exploration company in terms of level of engineering completed (feasibility study), permitting and metallurgy. The company demonstrated time and again that the project produces the best economics in its class relative to annual production while minimizing technical, geopolitical and marketing risks."

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The Mining Report Interview with Chris Berry (11/5/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation remains among the leaders in the graphite space. The company, deposit and project economics are all well known and the economics, in particular, have improved. Production of value-added products like spherical graphite can help solidify margins. The current challenge for the company is the need to raise adequate initial capital roughly $100M to build the mine and achieve commercial production. There are a number of other graphite companies with various economic profiles and costs, but we like this one because it's so far ahead of the others and has a real chance to shine in a risk-off environment. . .the current production target is 2015. In the graphite space, that's near-term production because few other companies are realistically as close." More >

Cantor Fitzgerald (8/28/13) "The Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines has finally accepted the Mine Closure Plan for Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek graphite project. . .the stock has risen by approximately 30% since the release in Canada on Monday and we think movement on this scale is well justified. Though graphite prices have continued to weaken, prices for the very large and jumbo flake sizes that will dominate production from Bissett Creek retain a premium and should help to support Northern Graphite's revised economics relative to its peer group."

Natasha Odendaal, Mining Weekly (8/27/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek project was given the go-ahead. . .after Ontario's Ministry of Northern Development and Mines approved the project's mine closure plan and granted a mining lease. . .the company, subject to the availability of financing, could immediately kick off its construction activities. . .a preliminary economic assessment is also underway to show the economics of doubling production in three or four years to meet the anticipated growth in graphite demand."

The Metals Report Interview with Chris Berry (7/30/13) "We know a great deal about Northern Graphite Corporation and its Bisset Creek deposit. While the company awaits approval of its mining lease, we can also anticipate an updated bankable feasibility study to enhance the overall economics. A new resource model and mine plan will be included as well. Northern Graphite has also proven to the marketplace that its graphite concentrate can be used to produce spherical graphite—ideal for use in the lithium-ion battery business. This value-added processing is a way that the company can enhance its margins in the future. . .Northern Graphite [is a] primary example of a company that has proven its staying power in the graphite space." More >

The Metals Report Interview with Ron Struthers (7/23/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation is the most advanced [new graphite project]. It can make money, as most of its graphite is large and jumbo flake. Graphite is actually fairly easy to mine. The costs aren't much compared to other mining projects, it's all about the flake size distribution and purity. . .Northern Graphite has $7M in cash and a $17.5M financing from Caterpillar for equipment. So it's part of the way there, but realistically the company needs the mine permit first to secure the debt portion of the financing. It can't put the cart before the horse, so to speak. . .Northern Graphite is fairly close [to production] and should be the first of its peers to ship graphite." More >

The Metals Report Interview with Simon Moores (5/28/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation has been around for ages under a different name prior, but I think that will pay off because of the amount of information the company has on that deposit. I think everything it's been working toward will pay off. The large flake size is the key attraction to the Bissett Creek project. The grade is very low, but that's not much of a problem with graphite mining if you can economically extract it. Northern Graphite has a much higher distribution of large-flake material, which is what the industry wants. The next step is to redo the economics. The company released more drill information and increased its confirmed resource data. From there, it is a matter of riding out the storm until the market cycle comes around again. When that happens, it will be one of the strongest junior graphite companies." More >

Ron Struthers, Resource Stock Report (5/15/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation is one of the few graphite companies to have completed a feasibility study. Northern anticipates that it will be in a position to begin construction of the mine in 2013, subject to the availability of financing. . .the mine is expected to produce up to 20 Kmtpa graphite concentrate large flake (+80 mesh) and over, and 50% will be +50 and +32 mesh jumbo-sized flake, resulting in premium pricing."

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (5/8/13) "An updated resource published by Northern Graphite Corporation demonstrates two things: First, the project is very scalable and second, the higher grade zones that management was promising were confirmed and are now part of the Measured and Indicated resources. . .the resource update at 1.5% cut-off, shows a 12% increase in the grade and a 4% increase in total graphitic material contained. This makes us believe we will see a substantial decrease in operating costs. . .by publishing an updated and improved feasibility study, Northern Graphite will solidify its position as the most advanced and the most economically robust graphite project out there."

The Metals Report Interview with Chris Berry (3/26/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation is still the leader in the junior mining graphite space, in my opinion. I say this because it has published a bankable feasibility study and so we can get a clearer picture of the economics associated with a potential mine and what products the company intends to produce. We can argue about grade, purity and flake size, but company management has consistently delivered and this breeds confidence. Recent news from the company regarding results from a drill program effectively increased the overall grade of its deposit, and it moved the stock up nicely. The next catalysts for the company include an update to the bankable feasibility study, which should improve the economics and discussions with strategic partners." More >

Ron Struthers, Struthers Resource Stock Report (3/21/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation is the clear leader to production. However, the stock valuation does not reflect this. . .the company is very close to receiving its final mine permit."

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (3/8/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation's recent drill results update supports an ability to improve the already robust economics of the large-flake Bissett Creek graphite operation. . .the results suggest a substantial upgrade to the Indicated and Inferred resources of 26 Mmt and 55 Mmt. . .the company should be able to double production early in the mine life from a starting rate of about 20 Kmt, an ore processing rate of 2,300 mtpd. .we maintain our Speculative Buy rating."

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (3/8/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation recently announced infill drilling results confirming high-grade Inferred zones. . .the consistent assays above 2% graphitic carbon that the company's updated mining model and the feasibility study show should have a major impact on project economics. . .we expect the updated model to have higher grade and reduced waste material that will improve operating costs. . .by publishing an updated and improved feasibility study, the company will solidify its position as the most advanced and the most economically robust graphite project out there. . .we reiterate our Speculative Buy recommendation."

Morning Coffee (3/8/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation announced encouraging results from a 61 hole, 3,425m drilling program on its Bissett Creek graphite project. . .all 61 holes returned widths and grades as good as or better than those in the recently completed bankable feasibility study."

Jonathan Lee, Byron Capital Markets (3/8/13) "Northern Graphite Corp. announced drills results from its latest 61 hole drill program. We were impressed by the initial results as they may increase the average grade of the deposit, which may lead to lower operating costs."

Larry Spears, Money Morning (1/31/13) "For investors who can't wait to get a hold of a graphene stock, [a] publicly traded Western [option] would be Northern Graphite Corporation. Its shares are listed on the Canadian Venture Exchange. Northern Graphite mines large-flake graphite from its Bissett Creek site in Northern Ontario, and has successfully produced graphene, which, though larger and slightly heavier, reportedly has higher electrical conductivity, lower resistance and greater transparency than graphene made from Chinese powder or flake graphite. Given its low price, Northern Graphite obviously offers potential."

Jonathan Lee, Byron Capital Markets (1/18/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation awarded the engineering and design contract for the Bissett Creek graphite project to Porcupine Engineering Services and BECMA. . .it continues to check the final boxes before it looks to project finance the construction of the project. . .many catalysts are being delivered in Q1/13. . .with the start of the detailed engineering and design, the company is continuing to execute its plan to bring the mine to production in 2014."

The Metals Report Interview with David Skarica (1/15/13) "I still like Northern Graphite Corporation. I was invested in Northern Graphite when it was called Industrial Minerals and traded on the OTC." More >

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (1/9/13) "Yesterday, Northern Graphite Corporation announced it has signed 'indicative term sheets' with Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. to provide financing for the purchase of up to $17.5M in Cat mining and Cat power equipment. . .with this announcement, the financing risk is reduced and validation of the project has been provided by a leading equipment company. . .Northern Graphite continues to offer investors leading exposure in the graphite space as its advanced status will allow it to beat almost every other junior graphite company to production. Moreover, the unique, high-value metallurgy of the Bissett Creek deposit will allow the company to realize premium prices, gross profit margins and efficiencies over other graphite plays."

Chris Berry, Morning Notes (1/9/13) "Yesterday, Northern Graphite Corporation announced it had signed favorable term sheets for equipment financing with Caterpillar Financial Services Corp. These term sheets will provide financing for purchase of $17.5M in Caterpillar's mining and power equipment; in addition, Caterpillar has indicated the possibility of participating in a project debt facility."

Jonathan Lee, Byron Capital Markets (1/8/13) "Northern Graphite Corporation signed indicative terms for up to US$17.5M in equipment financing to purchase equipment for its Bissett Creek graphite project in Ontario, Canada. . .this is the first of many catalysts expected in Q1/13: As the company looks to make significant progress in the financing, additional milestones accomplishments are expected that could drive momentum in the shares."

Mickey Fulp, Mercenary Geologist (11/26/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek is a shallowly-dipping, tabular ore body that crops out or is covered by a thin till over a broad area, and thus is amenable to reserve expansion with little increase in strip ratio: It is entirely composed of flake graphite with a significant portion in the large to jumbo category. . .discussions with potential strategic partners are ongoing. Company guidance indicates significant news flow is forthcoming within the next two months. "

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (11/20/12) "We maintain our Speculative Buy rating on Northern Graphite Corporation. . .the company continues to offer investors leading exposure in the graphite space as its advanced status will allow it to beat almost every other junior graphite company to production. . .Bissett Creek, its flagship project located in Central Ontario, has a unique metallurgy that will allow for premier pricing and gross profit margins due to 100% of its project mix being higher-value flake material."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Chris Berry (11/6/12) "We see Northern Graphite Corporation as a survivor and leader in this industry. Last week the company submitted its mine closure plan to the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. If the Ministry accepts the plan before year-end, Northern Graphite can begin construction at Bissett Creek, subject to a financing with the goal of a mid-2014 production date. . .though Northern Graphite's shares did sell off in the wake of the release of the bankable feasibility study, given the company's proven ability to execute on its goals, we find it puzzling that the stock has been pummeled this year. Project economics can change due to a host of factors and cost control is key to ensuring a project completion to cash flow generation. We anticipate news flow from Northern Graphite in the coming months from a 3,000-meter drill program, which can help optimize project economics. While Northern Graphite has fallen by -15% year to date, the shares are still trading 60% above the IPO price and have traded much higher. As other advanced graphite projects move the needle and release advanced studies of their deposits, we wouldn't be surprised to read news of cost inflation or other challenges." More >

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (11/1/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation submitted the mine closure plan to the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines as the final major approval required to commence construction of the mine, subject to financing. . .the company is looking at H1/13 to begin construction at the Bissett Creek deposit. . .Northern Graphite looks better than ever. . .trading at its 52-week low, it should be on the top of the list of every investor looking at graphite."

Ron Struthers, Resource Stock Update (10/28/12) "I visited Northern Graphite Corporation's core shack at Bissette Creek where they were logging drill core, and it is obvious the drill program is going well. . .the strip ratio is going to be very low, much lower than the feasibility, as the feasibility treated Inferred resources as waste rock and I have little doubt that a lot of that will be upgraded to Indicated resources in this drill program. . .simply put, location and infrastructure are excellent. I believe the feasibility study was very conservative and it is obvious from visiting the site that it will be easy to improve on the feasibility."

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (10/16/12) "Yesterday, Northern Graphite Corporation announced that it had successfully completed the first phase of spherical graphite testing from concentrate produced from its Bissett Creek graphite deposit. . .it is a positive milestone. . .and adds to the company's strategic value. . .we continue to regard Northern Graphite as providing leading exposure in the graphite space, with its premier management team and its highly valuable Bissett Creek project."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Simon Moores (9/25/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation and the Bissett Creek project is a very strong prospect. It's the most advanced graphite project out of all of them. Northern has just completed its bankable feasibility study, beating everyone else to the punch. The efforts that the company took in the 2000s, when graphite wasn't on the radar, are now paying off." More >

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (8/28/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation is expected to complete a 3,000m drilling program in Q3/12, which will enable it to upgrade enough resources to Measured & Indicated that will be used to update the current reserve calculation and optimize the mining plan to maximize returns. . .the company still has some of the highest quality flake graphite on the market. . .the news flow expected for H2/12 includes financing, approval of the mine closure plan, infill drilling and results from Hazen Research of the SFG testing."

Henry Lazenby, Mining Weekly (8/28/12) "The bankable feasibility study found that Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek's production level, when compared with the total market, should enable its successful introduction in the supply of large and extra-large graphite flake products, without impacting the supply-demand relationship and resulting prices, allowing the company to take full advantage of the expected constrained graphite supply dynamic of the current market. . .the company finds itself among a handful of miners developing a high-quality graphite project, scheduled for production within the next year or so."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Ron Struthers (8/21/12) "Of the graphite stocks I have been following, Northern Graphite Corporation [is] in the lead. . . According to Northern Graphite's prefeasibility metallurgy, its overall purity is 97% and up to 98% for the extra-large flake. . . Northern Graphite [has] established partnerships. . .I think it can get back up to its old highs, and even challenge those prices when the market turns. I think we could see a substantial rally." More >

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Chris Berry (8/14/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation has one of the Top 3 crowd scores on the Discovery Investing Scoreboard. . .with Northern Graphite, the crowd has ranked management's capability and the asset potential highest. Bissett Creek is lower grade than most deposits out there, but it is big and highly scalable. . .Bissett Creek's footprint is slanted toward higher-value graphite. When you look at graphite, you want a deposit that has predominately jumbo and large flake. That is because the highest-value graphite is actually spherical. You can reduce jumbo flake into a spherical shape, but you cannot take smaller flake and 'upsize' it. . .the company has developed a proprietary process for creating spherical graphite and is working with Hazen Research and the National Research Council of Canada on continuing these tests and optimizing the entire process. For an additional $10M in capex, Northern Graphite can build a spherical graphite plant and I think this is sensible as it allows the company to capture the highest additional margin." More >

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Gareth Hatch (7/31/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek project [is an] example of a company with promising resources at advanced stages of development. . .compared to the REE sector, graphite has a much shorter time frame. Environmental impact studies and logistics still have to be addressed, but from a processing point of view, graphite is a much easier proposition than REEs. The most advanced projects on here would [include] Northern Graphite's Bissett Creek. . .Northern Graphite just completed its bankable feasibility study and could be up and running within a year or two. Flinders is planning to be in production within the next two years; Focus within 2-3 years." More >

The Gold Report Interview with Philip Ker (7/30/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation recently put out a bankable feasibility study. . .I changed my model and increased my target substantially when Northern Graphite confirmed that spherical, high-purity graphite could be made from its large-flake deposit. Currently, the company is investigating what parameters and infrastructure would be needed for upgrading a recovered flake concentrate to high-purity battery-grade material. Management is indicating that it would need approximately $10M in addition to the current capex requirements for the required processing facilities. An engineering study into the upgrading scenario is underway and we can expect the results later this year. Adding this circuit provides a substantial premium for spherical graphite of approximately $5,000/ton." More >

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (7/16/12) "Since Northern Graphite Corporation announced the results of its bankable feasibility study (BFS) for its 100%-owned Bissett Creek graphite deposit on July 9, we have had the chance to examine the components more closely and speak with management. Our analysis suggests that in many respects the BFS understates the true value in the project. . .because of its large-flake graphite content, the company has the potential of generating premium revenue per ton, and very strong profitability."

Chris Berry, Morning Notes (7/12/12) "While graphite prices have fallen by 12% recently, Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek remains solidly economic. . .with so much that can go wrong with a junior mining exploration project, it is refreshing to see an example of a company that has consistently executed on its objectives and, in turn, rewarded shareholders. Though capital costs at Bissett Creek came out higher in the bankable feasibility study, this cost inflation is the new reality in mining projects and will force junior company CEOs to innovate in optimizing the mining process to manage costs. To be sure, Northern Graphite faces some challenges that it must overcome as it forges ahead toward production in 2014 and potential positive cash flow generation later in 2014. That said, the track record of management, highly scalable deposit at Bissett Creek, potential to improve upon already strong economics and positive outlook for flake graphite demand keep us convinced that the company is the leader in the graphite space."

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (7/11/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation set the standard once again in the graphite industry by releasing the first bankable feasibility study (BFS) and outlining its road to production. . .overall, the BFS presents a very conservative model in terms of grade and tonnage (Probable reserves 18.97 Mt at 1.89% graphite carbon). . .with a conservative BFS that indirectly shows excellent growth potential while setting the company another step ahead of the competition, we reiterate our Speculative Buy recommendation."

Philip Ker, Union Securities (7/10/12) "The long-awaited completion of Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek feasibility study confirmed our thesis that the project will be a large-flake graphite producer with competitive operating costs. . .additionally, we believe the feasibility study was completed and focused on the conservative side and leaves plenty of room for improvements. . .due to the quality of the Bissett Creek project and its abundance of rare, high-purity jumbo-flake graphite, we continue to believe the company will evolve as the leading graphite producer within the safe, mining-friendly jurisdiction of Ontario. With one more milestone now achieved, Northern Graphite becomes one step closer to becoming a bona fide producer."

Matt Gowing, Mackie Research Capital (7/10/12) "The positive bankable feasibility announcement yesterday puts Northern Graphite Corporation on track to emerge as one of the world's newest and high-quality graphite producers. Bissett Creek has simple metallurgy and high-quality product: The metallurgical work completed by SGS-Lakefield indicates a recovery rate of 94%, in line with our expectations."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Glen Jones (6/26/12) "Northern Graphite corp. owns the advanced-stage, flake-graphite Bissett Creek deposit in Ontario. It's completed a preliminary economic assessment and started its bankable feasibility study and environmental and mine-permitting process. It hopes to fast-track it and begin construction late this year." More >

Christopher Skidmore, Beat the Market (6/25/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation is one of the companies that has held up best in the industry. . .the company looks like it will be a specialty miner focusing on spherical graphite production for lithium-ion batteries and potential graphene production."

Larry Spears, Money Morning (6/21/12) "For investors who can't wait to get a hold of a graphene stock, the only publicly traded Western alternative would be the Northern Graphite Corporation. . .the company mines large-flake graphite from its Bissett Creek site in Northern Ontario and has used it to successfully produce graphene, which though larger and slightly heavier, reportedly has higher electrical conductivity, lower resistance and greater transparency than graphene made from Chinese powder or flake graphite. . .the company obviously offers potential."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Byron King (6/12/12) "I think you'll see [end-user] agreements this summer and certainly by the end of the year. Developers need those agreements to fund engineering and construction. The companies that make end-user agreements will move the market the day they announce an agreement. Two developers are reopening old mines. . .Northern Graphite Corporation is reopening an old mine in Canada, called Bissett Creek." More >

The Gold Report Interview with Michael Berry (6/11/12) "Graphite has been a hot topic. One of the farthest along companies is this space is Northern Graphite Corporation in Ontario. It has a great management team led by Greg Bowes. The company is on the road to getting into operation and has an NI 43-101 coming. It is in a great location halfway between Ottawa and North Bay. That is certainly a company to consider." More >

Chris Berry, Morning Notes (5/30/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation plans to release the results of its bankable feasibility study on the Bissett Creek project in the near future. The company has always been and remains our favorite in the graphite space for its management capability and experience and potentially strong project economics."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with Stephen Riddle (5/29/12) "I also like Northern Graphite Corp.'s deposit at Bissett Creek, Ontario. Its deposit is further along than [other juniors]." More >

Kiril Mugerman, Industrial Alliance Securities (5/24/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation has the potential to become one of the largest graphite mines in the world. With metallurgical testing completed and a bankable feasibility study expected in Q2/12, the company is well positioned to begin construction in 2012; this solidifies Northern Graphite's first-mover advantage as it becomes a major global supplier of high-quality, large-flake graphite. . .We initiate coverage of the company with a Speculative Buy recommendation and a 12-month target of CA$3."

Ron Struthers, Struthers Resource Stock Report (5/7/12) "Northern Graphite Corporation is one of the two leaders in the field that everyone is chasing. . .some of these graphite companies have big enough potential deposits that just one of them could fulfill the expected upswing in demand. . .however, those that get their mines running first, what appears to be Northern Graphite first and then Focus Metals Inc., will reap the rewards of the current high graphite prices that could easily be higher in the near term."

Simon Moores, Industrial Minerals (5/4/12) "There's a handful of companies that you saw today that are quite advanced, probably more advanced than people realize. . .[companies like] Northern Graphite Corporation are very serious about a single project. Those companies have got a very good chance of succeeding. . .graphite has a very bright future." Resource Clips >

Pav Jordan, The Globe & Mail (5/1/12) "The new appetite for graphite could not have been clearer than it was on April 2, when Northern Graphite Corporation stock hit $3.34/share, close to its 52-week high of $3.42, after it announced a successful pilot program to process spherical graphite, which fetches prices three times as high as it does in the concentrate form. Bankers say the stock will go still higher if the company maintains quality and consistency once in commercial production."

Greg Klein, Resource Clips (4/30/12) "Metallurgical test results from Northern Graphite Corporation's Bissett Creek graphite project in east Ontario. . .confirmed high recovery of large-flake, high-purity graphite consistently across the resource. . .apart from the advanced stage of its project, the company emphasizes its flake size, high purity, low strip ratio, scalability and nearby infrastructure. . .effective April 23, Northern Graphite was added to the S&P/TSX Venture Select Index." >Resource Clips

Ron Struthers, Resource Stock Update (4/24/12) "I think Northern Graphite Corporation stock is now heading back up. . .yesterday, the company announced that it completed variability testing on its Bissett Creek project and has confirmed that the high recovery of large-flake, high-purity graphite is consistent across the entire resource. The overall recovery from eight locked-cycle tests was 97% and almost all concentrate will qualify for large-flake (plus-80 mesh), high-carbon (94%) pricing; in fact, 33% of the concentrate was plus-50 mesh, 97% graphitic carbon (Cg) and 19 % was plus-32 mesh, 98% Cg, which are exceptional products that will attract premium pricing based on both flake size and carbon content."

The Critical Metals Report Interview with John Kaiser (4/24/12) "Because of the boom in the price of large-flake graphite prices, a lot of deposits, in Canada for example, are being revisited. Of these projects, you need a large enough flake with minimal impurities. Northern Graphite Corporation has resurrected the Bissett Creek deposit in Ontario. . .Northern Graphite [is one of] the most advanced public projects, though a number of advanced and operating private graphite projects are being readied to go public by IPO or reverse takeover. . .Northern Graphite hopes to publish a feasibility study in Q212. The permitting process is not complicated, so it could be in production by the end of 2013." More >

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