• China Is Beating the US in the Rare-Earths Game Defense

    Nov 08, 2018Instead, U.S. policy makers appear to be counting on a quick ramp-up of private mining operations to cover the absence of Chinese rare earth concentrates and oxides. Regrettably, mining

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  • DOE Announces $6.9 Million for Research on Rare Earth

    Jun 09, 2017Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Mining Waste Materials — Inventure Renewables (Tuscaloosa, AL) and project partners will use coal-related materials from an eastern Pennsylvania anthracite coal mine as their source of REEs. In phase 1, they will conduct laboratory testing and prepare their technical design for a pilot plant to

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  • The Geopolitics of Rare Earth Elements

    Apr 08, 2019The rare earth elements are already critical to the U.S. defense sector, but rare earth mining, processing and fabrication capabilities will even more strongly influence geopolitical dynamics in the coming years as the world undergoes its nascent energy transition and transportation evolution.In the near term, China will benefit from its near-monopoly, but ultimately its own growing domestic

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  • America's Rare Earth Ultimatum Rare Earths in High Demand

    May 28, 2019Since then, China has become the world leader in rare earth mining and processing, in part due to lower labor costs, and less burdensome environmental and safety standards. Beginning in 1990 and beyond, supplies of rare earth elements became an issue as the Chinese government tightened its control over rare earth production and exports.

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  • Rare-Earth Uncertainty Air Force Magazine

    From the 1960s to the 1980s, the US was the global leader in rare-earth mining and production. That is no longer the case. In recent decades China has become the source of 90 to 95 percent of world rare-earth oxides and the producer of a majority of the globe's strongest rare-earth magnets.

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  • Rare Earth Elements Geoscience Australia

    Hastings Rare Metals Limited The Hastings rare earth deposit (previously known as Brockman) is located about 16 kilometres southeast of Halls Creek in WA. It is a large, low-grade zirconium-niobium-REE (Zr-Nb-REE) deposit hosted in altered trachytic tuff of Paleoproterozoic age.

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  • A Look at Rare Earth Metals and Their Applications

    Nov 18, 2018Great quantities of rare earth ores are known in California, but current mining is not significant enough to strategically control any portion of the global rare earths market. Rare earths are traded on the NYSE in the form of ETFs that represent a basket of supplier and mining stocks, as opposed to trading in the metals themselves.

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  • High levels of rare earth minerals found in U.S. coal basins

    Dec 02, 2017High levels of rare earth minerals found in U.S. coal basins 67 mountains have been destroyed so far by surface coal mining, along with 156,000 acres of Appalachian hardwood forest

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  • Eleven Rare Earth Companies to watch, including Molycorp

    The company published an updated NI43-101 inferred resource on the rare earth deposit in May 2010 of 17.5M tons at 3.46% REO (including 4.4 mm tons at 6.65% REO). The total contained rare earth oxide is thus 1.2B lbs. Cerium, lanthanum and neodymium were the most prevalent of the rare earth elements.

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  • Rare Earth Mining of Chalco, Yulin, Guangxi, China EJAtlas

    Since 2017, a Chinese company listed in Hong Kong SAR and in New York, Chalco Guangxi Nonferrous rare Earth Development Co., Ltd., which is a subsidiary of Aluminum Corporation of China Limited (known as Chalco) began mining rare earth minerals in Mapeng Village, Long'an Town of

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  • Rare Earths energymining.sa.gov.au

    Recognised low-grade copper sulphide and rare earth mineralisation at a depth of 864 m. Additional Reading on Rare Earths. Blissett, A.H., 1976. Rare Earths — South Australia. In Knight, C.L. (Ed.), Economic geology of Australia and Papua New Guinea, 4, Industrial minerals and rocks. Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

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  • MiningWeekly Mining Sector News Mining Industry

    Chinese-US rare earth war could prompt India to overturn beach sand ban. By Ajoy K Das 28th June 2019 Rising trade tensions between the US and China and the latter's threatening to leverage rare

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  • The Rare-Earth Crisis MIT Technology Review

    Apr 19, 2011Rare-earth metals, despite the name, are relatively abundant in Earth's crust. The 16 naturally occurring rare earths are usually found mixed together in deposits that often contain radioactive

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  • How to Profit From Rare Earth Stocks- The Motley Fool

    Exchange-traded funds offer a convenient way to invest in sectors or niches that interest you. If you'd like to add some rare-earth-mineral-focused stocks to your portfolio, the Market Vectors

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  • Rare Earth Elements Deposits in New Mexico AZ

    2 Rare Earth Elements Deposits in New Mexico Rare Earth Elements Deposits in New Mexico ia T. McLemore New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Socorro, NM 87801 [email protected] Abstract Deposits of rare earth elements (REE) are found in New Mexico, but they have not been important

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  • Digging for rare earths The mines where iPhones are born

    Sep 26, 2012The center of rare-earth mining there is Baotou, a city in Inner Mongolia with 2.3 million residents that's become something of a poster child for mining's ecological wreckage.

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  • ree-fund Rare Earth Elements Metals of the Future

    Welcome to . THE WORLD OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS Key ingredients of green technology. This is the official site of the Rare Earth Elements Fund, which is a niche fund under Swiss law* that invests worldwide in companies with activity in mining, refining and manufacturing of Rare Earth Elements.

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  • Top Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETFs etfdb

    Rare Earth/Strategic Metals ETFs invest in companies that are engaged in the mining, refinement, and production of rare earth and strategic metals. Rare earth elements are used in a variety of products, from batteries to aerospace components to lasers and x-ray machines.

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  • Rare Earth Mining in the Developing World Midwest

    Sep 14, 2016Rare metals (or rare earth) mining is an essential industry in today's global economy. With its products used in everything from tech gadgets to energy-producing wind turbines, many up-and-coming countries want to get in on the game. In recent years, demand for rare

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  • Rare-earth rancor Feds must stop Chinese purchase of US

    A U.S. bankruptcy court has decided to sell a California mine, the sole U.S. source of rare earth minerals, to a consortium including Chinese mining company Shenghe Rare Earth Shareholding Co.

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  • Stones Rare Earth Mining Company

    Rare Earth Stones available Drusy, Azurite Malachite, Quartz Inclusions, Dendritic Agate, Montana Agate, Chrysocolla Malachite

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  • Rare Earth Elements A Review of Production, Processing

    This document provides a description of the many environmental facets of the rare earth mining and disposal issues, and explains the need for a national strategy for the continued supply of required REEs in future technological development nationally and internationally, and for the reuse of these materials versus disposal

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  • A Visit to the Only American Mine for Rare Earth Metals

    Feb 21, 2012In December 2010, they secured permits to start building a mining and manufacturing center so they could resume mining light rare earth elements such as

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  • Rare Earth Elements MIT

    Geology and Mining. Rare earth elements occur in many minerals but typically in concentrations too low to be refined in an economical manner; the concentration of REEs in the Earth's crust is estimated to be between 150 to 220 parts per million, which is higher than the concentration of other metals mined for industrial use, such as Cu or Zn.

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  • Rare earth deposits wordwide and by country Statista

    Rare earth elements, also called rare earth metals, are a group of 17 chemical elements. The largest subgroup within it are the 15 lanthanides. The two other elements are scandium and yttrium.

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  • China Wrestles with the Toxic Aftermath of Rare Earth Mining

    Jul 02, 2019China has been a major source of rare earth metals used in high-tech products, from smartphones to wind turbines. As cleanup of these mining sites begins, experts argue that global companies that have benefited from access to these metals should help foot the bill.

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  • Rare earth metals mine is key to US control over hi-tech

    Dec 26, 2010The rare earth elements are a group of 17 naturally occurring metallic elements used in small amounts in everything from high-powered magnets to batteries and electronic circuits.

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  • Rainbow Rare Earths One of the world's richest rare

    Rainbow Rare Earths is a mining company focussed on production from, and expansion of, the high grade Gakara Rare Earth Project in Burundi, East Africa. With in-situ grades in the range of 47-67% Total Rare Earth Oxide (TREO), Gakara is one of the world's richest rare earth deposits.

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  • Rare Earth Metals Will We Have Enough?

    Sep 19, 2012More mining of rare earth metals, however, will mean more environmental degradation and human health hazards. All rare earth metals contain radioactive elements such as uranium and thorium, which can contaminate air, water, soil and groundwater. Metals such as arsenic, barium, copper, aluminum, lead and beryllium may be released during mining

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  • China's war chest of rare earth patents give an insight

    7 days agoA rare earth price index compiled by the China Rare Earth Industry Association spiked by as much as 38 per cent following Washington's move to raise tariffs on US$200 billion worth of Chinese

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  • Rare earths Solvay

    Rare earths Solvay is an active participant in the rare earth industry, particularly in the separation of heavy rare earths. We offer CYANEX 572, a highly stable, phosphorus-based chelating extractant that is designed to improve SX performance relative to traditional phosphonic acid extractants.

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  • Nunavik Inuit respond to proposed rare earths mine

    'The mining and processing of rare earths can cause considerable environmental damage. Commercial-grade rare earth deposits tend to be found in the same ore bodies as radioactive thorium and uranium. In China, thousands of gallons of acid are pumped into streambeds to extract and separate the rare earth

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  • Scarce supply the world's biggest rare earth metal producers

    Jul 02, 2014Rare earth elements (REE) such as scandium, yttrium and 15 other minerals are sought after for their unique technology applications, but their scarcity means those countries lucky enough to contain them hold significant sway over global supply. Mining-technology profiles the eight biggest rare

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  • Rare Earth Element Deposits Geology for Investors

    Rare earth elements (REE's) are both essential to modern industry and are difficult to mine and extract. China has dominated the market for many years and has used their market share of more than 90% of the known reserves of REE's to manipulate their price and supply.

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  • Rare earth elements(REE) industrial technology, smelting

    Rare earths industrial technology; Introduction; As this group has 17 kinds of elements, the applications of rare earth elements are diversified compounds from chloride 46% purity and 99.9999% of single rare earth oxides. The products are various. Details of their separation methods and smelting process are as follows.

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