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source:MiningThe FPRI essay, titled America’s Critical Strategic Vulnerability: Rare Earth Elements, says that China’s dominance over global critical mineral supply chains presents one of the largest strategic vulnerabilities to the United States and its allies since the Arab oil embargo-triggered energy security crisis of the 1970s.The essay states: ‘There are currently 16 UK mineral corporations exploring rare earths and refined metals expansion, including larger corporations like Glencore, Rio Tinto, and Broken Hill Propriety (BHP).Mining revival in the UK has become a hot issue of policy, ...
Release time: 2021 - 07 - 01
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source:FINANCLAL POSTMELBOURNE — Australia said it has teamed up with the United States and Canada to launch an interactive map of deposits of rare earths and other critical minerals that are expected to be in hot demand as the world moves to cleaner forms of energy.The website contains the world’s largest dataset of minerals such cobalt, lithium and rare earth elements and has more than 7,000 mineral samples from over 60 countries which could help identify new areas of critical minerals.The data can be used by governments to identify options to diversify their critical minerals sources and by...
Release time: 2021 - 06 - 30
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source:NasdaqJune 28 (Reuters) - Miner Australian Strategic Materials ASM.AX said on Monday it had secured a A$200 million ($151.68 million) loan to develop its flagship Dubbo rare earths project in New South Wales, as demand for critical and rare earth metals surged worldwide.The rare earths producer secured the funding from Export Finance Australia (EFA) for the construction of the project which will produce metals such as zirconium and niobium — considered crucial for the economy — and rare earth metals including neodymium and praseodymium.'The critical metals we will produce from the D...
Release time: 2021 - 06 - 29
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source:Mining.comResearchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, have developed a simple method for recovering rare earth elements from coal fly ash using an ionic liquid and avoiding hazardous materials. In a paper published in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, the scientists explain that ionic liquids are considered to be environmentally benign and are reusable. One in particular, betainium bis(trifluoromethylsulfonyl)imide or [Hbet][Tf2N], selectively dissolves rare-earth oxides over other metal oxides. According to the scientists, the ionic liquid also uniqu...
Release time: 2021 - 06 - 28
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