Class I Nickel Mining in Western Australia

As electric vehicle sales projections continue to climb, so does the need for Class I Nickel, Copper, Cobalt, and rare earth metals. Black Mountain Metals is focused on helping meet this growing need by acquiring and developing world-class battery metal assets around the world.

Our leadership team is currently pursuing a development strategy around Class I Nickel in Western Australia where we are seeking to acquire nickel sulphide assets. As a well-funded player in the junior mining space, Black Mountain Metals will then deploy much-needed exploration capital to help extend the resource potential. With discussions to secure a foothold in Western Australian underway, we anticipate launching a substantial nickel production base in the coming months.

About Black Mountain

Founded in 2007 to diversify a fourth-generation coal mining business, NGP-backed Black Mountain focuses on identifying and capturing high-growth opportunities within the natural resource space. To date, the company has invested over $900 million in oil and gas leases, minerals, salt water disposal wells, fresh water, water midstream, and in-basin frac sand with two world-class frac sand mining facilities now serving the Permian Basin in West Texas and another two currently under construction in South Texas and Western Oklahoma.

Agile, visionary, and well-funded, Black Mountain and Black Mountain Metals are well poised to bridge the gap between talent and junior mining asset opportunities, capitalizing on the growing need for battery metals in electric vehicles and other technologies.