Jervois: A Global Supplier of Cobalt and Nickel

Jervois aims to become the leading global supplier of responsibly sourced cobalt and nickel materials to serve both the battery and chemicals markets, and to provide a secure, reliable supply to customers in the face of geopolitical and other risks.

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Jervois is a vertically integrated cobalt development company

  • Developing a fully-integrated cobalt value chain and on track to become the only cobalt mine in the United States
  • Specialty Cobalt chemicals producer at Jervois Finland
  • Cobalt, copper and gold exposure with Idaho Cobalt Operations (ICO)
  • Nickel and cobalt refinery and direct downstream customer exposure by São Miguel Paulista (SMP)
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  • Sept2022

    – ICO –
    Commencing ICO commissioning in Sept 2022

  • Largest Resource

    – ICO –
    Largest NI 43-101 compliant cobalt resource in the United States

  • Industry Leader

    – Jervois Finland –
    Producing cobalt products for leading markets since 1968

  • Largest Refinery

    – SMP –
    Largest nickel and cobalt refinery in Latin America with 35-year track record


Maintaining The Balance

We know the key to our success lies in maintaining a strong balance between our commitment to the environment, the local community and our stakeholders.

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Environmental Installation License received for our 100%-owned São Miguel Paulista nickel cobalt refinery in São Paulo, Brazil:
$JRV forecasts to produce 10,000 mtpa & 2,000 mtpa of refined #nickel & #cobalt metal cathode respectively in Stage 1.

"@Jervois_Global, hoping to find enough #cobalt to help power & create 2.8 million electric vehicle batteries" said @ABC News' Ginger Zee when she toured the Idaho Cobalt Operations which will be the first operating cobalt mine in the U.S. in decades. $JRV

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