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source:S&P GlobalIonic Rare Earths Ltd. has fielded interest from entities representing government interests around the world for the critical and heavy rare earths that could be produced from its Makuutu project in Uganda within two years.Tim Harrison, who was elevated to company CEO on June 26 after having served as Makuutu's project manager since January, revealed the global interest during an interview with S&P Global Market Intelligence. The company entered into an agreement in July 2019 to acquire up to a 60% interest in the project and changed its name to Ionic Rare Earths f...
Release time: 2020 - 06 - 29
source:University of Wyoming NewsThe potential development of a new industry to extract rare earth elements from the ash of Wyoming’s Powder River Basin coal has taken a step forward with a federal grant through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).The grant is part of DOE’s Technology Commercialization Fund, which was created to promote DOE national laboratories’ promising energy technology and expand the agency’s efforts to foster commercial impacts developed from DOE research. The project will facilitate the expansion of technologies and methods for rare earth element extraction from coal as...
Release time: 2020 - 06 - 24
source:Resource World Magazine (press release)Namibia Critical Metals Inc. [NMI-TSXV] has provided an update on progress at the Lofdal heavy rare earth project in northern Namibia, which is a joint venture with Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp. (JOGMEC). The Lofdal joint venture is operating under a term 1 budget of $3-million, with the objectives of doubling the current resource size at Area 4 with a 7,700-metre drill program, testing two high-priority exploration targets with 1,500 metres of drilling, and carrying out further metallurgical testwork to optimize the processing flowsheet...
Release time: 2020 - 06 - 23
source:Creamer Media's Mining WeeklyThe Western Australian Water and Environmental Regulation department has granted ASX-listed Hasting Technology Metals a works permit to construct the Yangibana rare earths process plant.The works permit is subject to certain conditions, including design and construction requirements, pollutant emission limits, monitoring requirements and compliance reporting.The Yangibana project includes the development of five openpit mines, groundwater abstraction, on-site processing of ore, tailings storage facilities and supporting infrastructure.“While Hastings has...
Release time: 2020 - 06 - 22
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