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First Graphite Ltd holds licences to exercise the exclusive right to explore for graphite within 395 square kilometres (39,500 ha) of land located in several provinces of Sri Lanka.

First Graphite Ltd

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Recent Announcements

Download this file (20161021-IP Licence.pdf)21-10-2016: FGR Accesses New IP55 kB
Download this file (20161017-FGR Notice of Meeting-Proxy.pdf)20-10-2016: Notice Annual General Meeting/Proxy Form1068 kB
Download this file (20161017-PRY-3Y.pdf)17-10-2016: Change of Director's Interest Notice98 kB
Download this file (20161017-CRM-3Y.pdf)17-10-2016 Change of Director's Interest Notice78 kB


Graphite demand

Demand for graphite is expected to significantly grow as a result of green technology initiatives. The evolution of electric vehicles has seen a rapidly growing demand for lithium ion batteries. Fuel cells, which are predicted to replace traditional combustion engines, require substantially more graphite than lithium ion batteries.
  • Lithium ion batteries
  • Electric vehicles
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Carbon fibre reinforced plastics
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Graphite is an excellent conductor of heat and electricity. It has the highest natural strength/stiffness of any material and is resistant to heat and chemical attack.
  • Electric vehicles

    There are 25-50kgs of graphite in an electric vehicle.

  • Portable electronics

    There is over 10x more graphite than lithium in a lithium ion battery.