Mason Graphite is a Canadian mining company focused on the exploration and development of its 100% owned Lac Gueret graphite project in northeastern Quebec.
In January 2014, Mason Graphite acquired 40% of graphene R&D company NanoXplore. This was later diluted to 31%. In September 2016 Mason Graphite announced a $28.8 private placement and its intention to increase its stake in NanoXplore.
Matrass C-Graphene Science-Technology Group is an industrial entity engaging in exploration and development of mineral resources, down-stream processing, fabrication and application of graphene, and R&D of high technology related to the graphite industry.
Northern Graphite Corporation is a Canadian mine development company. It's main asset is the Bissett Creek graphite project located 100km east of North Bay, Ontario.
Saint Jean is a publicly traded junior mining exploration company with graphite mining claims on five 100% Company-owned properties located in the province of Quebec in Canada. The five properties include the Walker property, a past producing mine, the Wallingford property, the St. Jovite property, East Miller and Clot Property.
Zentek Ltd (formerly known as ZEN Graphene Solutions and before that, Zenyatta Ventures) is a mineral exploration and development company based in Ontario, Canada. Zentek is developing the Albany Graphite Deposit – a rare hydrothermal graphite deposit with the potential to produce a natural, high-purity graphite that may compete in high-technology markets traditionally reserved for synthetic graphite.
The company's high crystallinity graphite can be upgraded without the use of aggressive acid (HF) or high temperature thermal treatment. Zentek has developed an environmentally friendly metallurgical process flowsheet that consists of grinding, flotation and caustic treatment using sodium hydroxide. The company states that it has been able to achieve an extraordinary carbon purity result of >99.9 percent in bench-scale tests, using this proprietary and environmentally friendly purification process.