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Source:Investing NewsShares of the company were down 9.09 percent on Tuesday (March 12), following the release of the company’s half-year results for the last six months of 2018, which indicated a total loss of US$3.2 million.“From a production perspective, the six months ended 31 December 2018 were challenging, particularly from the operation’s first pit, Gasagwe, which has provided almost all the ore mined from the Gakara project to date,” company CEO Martin Eales said in the press release.Despite production not reaching the estimated targets, it was still up from the previous period. Recent...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 14
Source:Tech-DailyRare earth elements have become one of the most strategically important materials on Earth. Many high-tech industries depend on rare earth elements like neodymium and dysprosium for solar and wind energy and electric vehicles, as well as modern electronics like smartphones and medical devices. Rare earth elements are especially rare, but do not often accumulate in sufficient concentrations to be financially viable for extraction. Currently China controls almost 90% of the supply of rare earth elements—a fact that has some national security experts nervous.There are a variety o...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 13
Source:Investing NewsBattery metals lithium and cobalt tend to get the most attention in electric vehicle (EV) discussions, but according to Byron King, rare earths are “the real secret to EVs.”Speaking at the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) convention, King, who is editor of Rickards’ Gold Speculator at Agora Financial, said, “first of all, there are rare earths in the batteries; and second of all, the traction motors … those traction motors run on strong rare earth magnets.”He added, “and you’re talking about moving from a few ounces of rare earths in a car to sever...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 12
Source: Research NewsRare earth elements like neodymium and dysprosium are essential for technologies such as solar and wind energy, advanced vehicles, and modern electronics like smartphones. But a shortage of rare earth element production in the United States puts our energy security at risk. China produces roughly 90 percent of all such elements.Recovering them from phosphogypsum—waste from phosphoric acid production—is a potential solution. Each year, the US mines an estimated 250 million tons of phosphate rock to produce phosphoric acid for fertilizers. The US mined approximately 28 milli...
Release time: 2019 - 03 - 11
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