Critical to the development of any opaquely traded commodity project is establishing an end-customer network. To this end, Triton Minerals (TON) has forged a number of pre-commercial agreements covering up to 80% of the output from its future Ancuabe graphite mine in Mozambique. This note highlights these memorandums of understanding (MoUs), as well as some background to the companies with which the MoUs were signed. We also consider the effect of mining higher grades for longer from the company’s T16 deposit – a key future catalyst to our valuation.

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