Mining Sector ‘Wildly Unprepared’ for Energy Transition – Black Mountain CEO

News  |  21 October 2021
Mining companies will be called on to provide the needs of the growing energy transition, but the sector has been starved of the capital necessary to do so, said Rhett Bennett, the founder and CEO of Texas-based natural resources company Black Mountain. Read Here


Black Mountain Metals and Tembo Capital Forge Battery Metal Partnership

Press Release  |  05 October 2021
Black Mountain Metals and the Tembo Capital Group are pleased to announce that the two groups have created a strategic partnership to jointly advance the Lanfranchi nickel sulphide mine in Western Australia. Read More

Energy In Transition: Episode #15

Podcast  |  04 October 2021
In part two of a series on critical and strategic minerals, Zumwalt-Forbes, President and Co-Founder of Black Mountain Metals and Council CEO Leslie Beyer engage in an in-depth discussion about the role of these resources in the future of energy and geopolitical considerations in producing the materials needed for the energy transition. Listen Here.


SPE Energy Influencers 2021

Award  |  29 June 2021
Black Mountain Metal’s Ashley Zumwalt-Forbes has been recognized as one of the 17 SPE International’s Energy Influences of the Year. Read More


THE FORT: The Bull Case for Nickel, Oil & Gas

Podcast  |  03 June 2021
On this episode of the FORT, Chris and Rhett deep dive into the Nickel industry. Black Mountain has recently stepped into the industry by purchasing a mine in Western Australia and Rhett delivers great insight into how Nickel is used in battery metals and will be critical for the Electric Vehicle industry. Watch Here


Black Mountain pays $15m to recharge Lanfranchi Nickel

The West Australian  |  17 September 2018
Acquisitive US private equity player Black Mountain Metals has struck a deal to buy Panoramic Resources’ Lanfranchi nickel mine near Kambalda for $15.1 million. Read More

Mt Windarra mine site, Feb 2011
Source: Poseidon Nickel

Black Mountain ready to splash exploration cash in $67m offer for Poseidon Nickel

The West Australian  |  15 August 2018
Texas-based Black Mountain Metals has lobbed a $67 million cash bid for Poseidon Nickel, sending shares in the Andrew Forrest-backed explorer sharply higher. Read More