By Nicolas Promanzio
(Opinion) At a time of energy transition and as a new opportunity for peripheral countries, the possibility of an "OPEC of minerals" opens the way for lithium and nickel-producing countries to set common prices and benefit from their alliance.
It is undeniable that lithium, nickel, copper, and rare earth (among other metals) play and will play an essential role in the energy transition.
The increasing demand for these minerals has caused . . .