Graphene Manufacturing Group – A Collaboration Agreement With Rio Tinto To Utilize GMG Products

May 19, 2022

Craig Nicol, Founder and CEO of Graphene Manufacturing Group (TSX.V:GMG) joins me to recap yesterday’s news highlighting a collaboration agreement with Rio Tinto where Rio is testing GMG’s products with a goal of energy savings and Graphene Aluminium-Ion (“G+Al”) batteries.


As Craig outlines Rio is testing the full range of GMG product lines; Thermal XR, Graphene Lubricants and battery development. I have Craig breakdown if this is a deal to further study the products or move toward implementing any of the products into Rio’s operations. We discuss each of the three product lines. Also we get a update on the battery division for both coin cells and ouch packs.


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    May 19, 2022 19:44 AM

    There are signs today of improvement in the deflated resource stock market. I see this as an important relief rally, but the conventional markets will roll over and I hope to be out once again before the market collapses.

    The bottom hasn’t been reached, the failures are still to be multiplied and we haven’t hit the kind of down impact where dividends in the conventional market get cancelled. I’m glad I got back in for this rally, it feels good to sense at least a little upswing in these trying and troubling times. DT

    May 19, 2022 19:54 AM

    GMG is definitely on my radar, and now Rio Tinto is showing real interest. Like Chuck Woolery used to say 2+2. DT

    May 19, 2022 19:00 PM

    Ha……. I mentioned Rio Tinto….. two weeks ago………..
    I think it has a great dividend, and besides that I think the Rothschild own the company,
    What could be any better than having the richest families in the your partner……….. LOL
    They sure as heck are not going broke…. lol………..

    May 20, 2022 20:36 PM

    One thing that is confusing about this interview is I distinctly recall Craig saying in previous interviews that their batteries are really Graphene batteries, with only a small amount of Aluminum. In this interview he says its 50% Graphene and 50% Aluminum. What is up with that?