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Source:Rare-earth minerals are necessary for the production of many everyday products including an item most could not live with out: the smart phone.These important minerals were the topic of discussion at the 'Rare-Earths Geology Talk' in Madison County on Jan. 28.Legend Minerals Geologist William Jud and ThREE Consulting President James Kennedy spoke on the importance of rare-earths and the implications they have on national security and the economy.'About the year 1980, the United States was the world leader in producing rare-earths minerals, in rare-earths research and in manu...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 18
Source:One of the urgent challenges of transitioning to a climate-neutral energy economy will be achieving a sustainable supply of the rare earth elements. These 17 elements are used in relatively small quantities in consumer electronics and defense applications. But they will be needed in much larger amounts for wind turbines and electric vehicles.The 'rare earth' label is a peculiar artifact of 18th-century geology, when mineral forms of these elements were first discovered. Today we know accessible deposits of these elements can be found in many places around the world. Yet the mist...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 13
Source:InvestorIntelJanuary 30, 2019 (Source) — Avalon Advanced Materials Inc. (TSX: AVL) (OTCQB: AVLNF) (“Avalon” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has attracted a new partner in private Australian company, Cheetah Resources Pty Ltd. (“Cheetah”) to participate in the development of the rare earth resources on its mining leases collectively comprising the Nechalacho Project at Thor Lake near Yellowknife, NWT, Canada (the “Property”).Avalon and Cheetah have signed a binding Terms Sheet under which Cheetah will acquire ownership of the near surface resources in the T-Zone and Tard...
Release time: 2019 - 02 - 01
Source:Last year, humans emitted approximately 37 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere – a disastrous and unsustainable figure. To avoid the worst effects of climate change we could capture some of that carbon as it is released by power plants and store it permanently below ground. Better still, some of that waste carbon dioxide could be converted into useful chemicals or fuel.These processes are known respectively as 'carbon capture and storage' and 'carbon dioxide utilisation', andboth require large amounts of raw materials. As an example, carbon capture can i...
Release time: 2019 - 01 - 30
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