Despite risks, ‘transition minerals’ could help to forge prosperity

Issue 451 - 06 Dec 2021 - By Jon Marks | 5 minute read

The global energy transition is having profound impacts on natural resource producers, from the oil majors who are morphing into energy providers, to mining companies whose priorities are shifting as electric vehicles (EVs), battery storage and other new technologies take hold, and African governments and non-state actors who might profit from these changes but could also find themselves embroiled in new resource wars.

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