Federal Minister for Resources Honourable Madeleine King today launched the Australian Government’s Critical Minerals Prospectus which showcases 52 high-quality, investment ready critical minerals projects.

The latest Prospectus profiles projects from the new Critical Minerals List as well as Australia’s capability to meet rising global demand in critical minerals while building supply chain security.

The Albanese Government is committed to transitioning to a net-zero economy, and Australia’s critical mineral resources will be vital in the global shift to green technology such as solar panels, electric vehicles, and wind turbines.

“Australia’s critical minerals are key to the world’s energy transformation. We need to attract investment to get these minerals out of the ground, to process them here, to build the batteries, wind turbines and solar panels required make the switch to a lower carbon economy,” said Minister King.

This Prospectus is a key publication produced by the Australian Government’s trade and investment agency, Austrade, to help attract the investment we need to build new industries, create jobs and reduce global emissions.

VHM’s Goschen Rare Earths and Mineral Sands Project can be found on page 61 of the Prospectus, which is available online on the Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) website.