Talga Resources has five 100% owned graphite projects comprising multiple deposits, all of which are located in Norrbotten County, north Sweden. Three advanced projects, Nunasvaara, Jalkunen and Raitajärvi, contain JORC resources. Nunasvaara, which forms part of the Vittangi Project, is a microcrystalline flake deposit, with the highest grade JORC/NI 43-101 resource in the world (9.8Mt @ 25.3% graphite).
Talga's deposits are favourably located adjacent to existing transport infrastructure including high quality sealed roads and open access heavy haulage rail, and are also proximal to Europe, one of the world's major graphite markets. The European Union, which has classified graphite as a "critical raw material", consumes 20% of the world's natural graphite production and currently imports 95% of its needs, predominantly from China. Talga has the option to road/rail graphite direct to European consumers with potential $100-200/tonne cost advantages on delivered graphite compared to shipments from China and other jurisdictions.