Join the Perpetua Resources’ team and global mining strategist Christopher Ecclestone with Hallgarten & Company to learn more about antimony and the critical role it plays in America’s energy, technology and defense future.
The Stibnite Gold Project has the opportunity to supply approximately 35% of the American antimony demand in the first six years of production. Currently, there are no domestically mined sources of antimony. This is one of the many reasons the United States government named antimony one of its 35 federally designated critical minerals.
Antimony strengthens alloys and makes them resistant to corrosion. It is used in munitions for national defense, flame retardants, wind and hydro turbines, solar panels, large storage batteries, spaceships, cell phones, semiconductors, plastics, and cable sheathing.
This webinar is an opportunity to learn more about why antimony is such an important mineral across the world and how the Stibnite Gold Project could help secure America’s vulnerable supply chain. We hope you will join us.