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source:Mining technologyA fast-growing staple of the green energy revolution, rare earth elements are used to produce electric magnets found in everything from electric vehicles (EVs) to direct drive wind turbines. With tightening global emissions restrictions driving up demand for EVs, cashing in on deposits of rare earth materials is a savvy way to secure a seat at the table of the blossoming green economy, and finding alternative sources to China has become a priority amidst continued trade tensions.Peak Resources’ Ngualla project is based on one of the largest and highest-grade undeveloped...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 16
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source:CBCNechalacho mine, roughly 100 km southeast of Yellowknife, aims to produce end-products for tech manufacturingProduction has started at Canada's first rare earth mining project, located about 100 kilometres southeast of Yellowknife.The Nechalacho rare earth elements mine says blasting and mining activities have ramped up, and that the first ore was mined on June 29.Cheetah Resources operates the project, and owns the resources near the surface of the rare earth deposit. It's a subsidiary of Australian company Vital Metals. End-products for technology manufacturingThe mine...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 16
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source:AZO MiningWhen the term 'rare earth elements” (REEs) is used, it typically refers to a group of elements including the lanthanide series (La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Pm, Sm, Eu, Gd, Tb, Dy, Ho, Er, Tm, Yb, and Lu), as well as Sc and Y.REEs are used extensively in electronics and advanced technologies, which are utilized in: airplanes, automobiles, medical devices, smartphones, television, computers, and camera lenses to name a few. The continual advancement of technologies has increased the demand for REEs, so the search for large deposits of REEs and quality ore material is ongoing.Raw geologi...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 14
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source:OENorwegian company Miko Marine has shipped out the first magnetic blanking set destined for the Brazilian offshore sector from its fabrication plant in Haugesund, Norway. However, the set is not going to Brazil, but to the DSIC yard in Dalian, China, where it will then be installed aboard a new Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) vessel being completed by Japanese FPSO specialist MODEC. Upon the completion of the construction, the new FPSO will be transferred to Equinor's recently sanctioned Bacalhau development offshore Brazil.According to Miko Marine, the ...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 13
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