Selby's company, Canada Nickel Corp, has recently applied for a trademark: NetZero. This represents the Crawford Nickel Sulphide Project. Crawford is the 11th largest nickel sulphide resource in the world after just over 6-months of development. Not only is it a low-cost, global-scale asset, but it also has the potential to be carbon neutral during production. With EV manufacturers and regulators assessing their supply chains with a great deal more scrutiny nowadays, does this put Crawford into a league of its own? How will the big funds react? Have laterite projects just gone to the back of the queue?
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