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source:Creamer Media’s Mining WeeklyAdditional drill results from TSX-V-listed Namibia Critical Metals’ Area 2B satellite deposit on the Lofdal heavy rare earth project, in northern Namibia, confirm multiple dysprosium zones to 190 vertical meters.“Continuing positive drill results from Area 2B are confirming the importance of this satellite deposit to add additional heavy rare earth mineral resources to the project,” says president Don Burton.He adds that prices for dysprosium and terbium oxides continue to strengthen, with dysprosium approaching $300/kg and terbium surpassing $1 100/kg.Meanw...
Release time: 2021 - 01 - 07
Namibia Critical Metals Heavy Rare Earth Project - New Results Confirm Multiple Dysprosium Zones at Area 2B, Area 4 Drilling Completed and Mining Licence Application Advances source:Yahoo FinanceHALIFAX, NS / ACCESSWIRE / January 5, 2021 / Namibia Critical Metals Inc. ('Namibia Critical Metals' or the 'Company' or 'NMI') (TSXV:NMI) is pleased to provide an update with further drill results from the Area 2B satellite deposit on the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Project in northern Namibia ('Lofdal' or 'the project'). Lofdal is a joint venture between the C...
Release time: 2021 - 01 - 06
source:The Market HeraldIonic Rare Earths (IXR) has announced a 50 per cent increase in an exploration target at the Makuutu Rare Earths Project in UgandaThe updated exploration target now stands at between 240 and 800 million tonnes at 450 to 900 parts per million total rare earth oxidesThe increase follows extensive drilling last year and a recently granted exploration licence, which is believed to host continued rare earth element mineralisationIn addition, IXR has been granted another exploration licence and been given a two-year renewal to an existing retention licence within the projectN...
Release time: 2021 - 01 - 05
source:Voice of AmericaIn 2021, a more than 70-year-old mine in California’s Mojave Desert will become the center of an effort to revive an American mineral refining system that some say is critical to the country’s national security. At issue is the availability of rare-earth metals, which are needed for hybrid electric cars, smartphones and certain types of military equipment.  In fact, the recently passed National Defense Authorization Act directs most Pentagon systems to use rare earth metals that have been mined and refined outside of China within five years and dictates that th...
Release time: 2021 - 01 - 04
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