Forget rare earths, boron is the critical mineral to track

Mining News Pro - The 17 elements served as the basis of a top-selling video game, provided a plot point for a popular Netflix drama, sparked a drawn-out WTO dispute and were used to slam Barack Obama.

Lynas posts record profit on solid rare earths demand

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths posted a record more than three-fold jump in annual profit on Friday, boosted by soaring demand for the specialized metals it mines amid a global push for reducing carbon emissions.

China hikes 2022 rare earth quota by 25% on rising demand

Mining News Pro - China raised its annual rare earth mining output quota by a quarter to a fresh record high in the wake of rising global demand.

China July rare earth exports down 8% year on year

Mining News Pro - China’s exports of rare earths in July fell 8% from the corresponding month a year ago, data from the General Administration of Customs showed on Sunday.

Lynas to invest $345m in rare earths mine to tap demand

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths Ltd on Wednesday unveiled plans to invest A$500 million ($345.40 million) to expand capacity at its Western Australia-based Mt Weld mine, in an attempt to meet market demand for rare-earths materials.

Greenland Minerals to fight draft rejection of mining permit for rare earths project

Mining News Pro - Australia-based Greenland Minerals (ASX: GGG) said on Tuesday it will fight the Greenland government’s draft decision to reject a mining permit for the company’s Kvanefjeld rare earths project, based on a nationwide ban to uranium exploitation and exploration passed in November.

Rare earths-free thermoelectric converters now viable – research

Mining News Pro - Researchers at Japan’s Hokkaido University have synthesized a barium-cobalt oxide thermoelectric converter aimed at transforming waste heat into energy without having to use rare earths.

Pensana starts building UK’s first rare earths refinery

Mining News Pro - Rare earths junior Pensana has broken ground at its Saltend rare earth processing hub in northern England, set to be the country’s first major facility of its kind in more than a decade.

Canada’s first rare earths producer reports first run at plant beats expectations

Mining News Pro - Vital Metals (ASX: VML) has reported that results from the first feed of the dense media separation (DMS) unit at its Saskatoon rare earths extraction facility in Saskatchewan, Canada, is comparable to the TREO grade achieved from laboratory metallurgical testwork in its first run.

New 3D geological model expected to help guide exploration of rare earth elements

Mining News Pro - Scientists from the University of Exeter and the British Geological Survey (BGS), alongside a team of institutions across Europe, have developed a new 3D geological model designed to guide the exploration of rare earth elements.

Mkango’s DFS indicates $559m post-tax NPV for Songwe Hill rare earth project

Mining News Pro - Africa-focused rare earths explorer Mkango Resources has reached a major milestone with the release of a definitive feasibility study (DFS) for its Songwe Hill project in Malawi.

Assay results confirm sustainable resource at American Rare Earths’ La Paz project in Arizona

Mining News Pro - American Rare Earths (ASX: ARR) announced on Tuesday promising assay results from 332 samples taken from four core holes at the Southwest area within its flagship La Paz project in Arizona.

Lynas awarded $120m DOD contract to build commercial heavy rare earths facility in US

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths Ltd (ASX: LYC, OTC:LYSDY) announced Monday that its wholly owned subsidiary, Lynas USA LLC, has signed a follow-on contract for approximately $120 million with the U.S. Department of Defense to establish a first of its kind commercial Heavy Rare Earths (HRE) separation facility in the United States.

As demand for rare earths rises, world’s biggest producer might stop exporting them

Mining News Pro - China, the world’s biggest producer of magnet rare earth oxides could stop exporting the group of minerals within the next decade due to increasing domestic demand and a shortage in global supply, said Ryan Castilloux, founder of the independent research group, Adamas Intelligence.

Canada’s first rare earth producer begins shipping concentrate

Mining News Pro - Vital Metals’ Nechalacho rare earths mine in Canada’s Northwest Territories has begun deliveries, the Canadian Press reported.

Entire rare earth metals family could help address acid gas pollution

Mining News Pro - Materials that can be made from the entire family of rare earth metals may be the key to addressing nitrogen dioxide and sulphur dioxide (NO2 and SO2) pollution, which is responsible for acid rain.

Lynas races to keep up with global rare earths demand

Mining News Pro - Lynas Corp the world’s only processor of rare earths outside China, sees growth in demand for the metals used in everything from cars to missiles rapidly outpacing production and expects to spell out expansion plans in the next six months.

Fewer rare earths needed for permanent magnets

Mining News Pro - Researchers at the Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS) have developed rare-earth-saving permanent magnets that can replace the 42M-graded commercial magnets while reducing the amount of neodymium by about 30%.

EV parts maker Schaeffler signs first-of-a-kind European rare earth deal

Mining News Pro - German auto parts supplier Schaeffler has signed a raw materials deal to ensure the supply of rare earth magnets from Europe for its burgeoning electric vehicle (EV) motor business, an executive said.

American Rare Earths partners on DOE-funded R&D, drills at Wyoming

Mining News Pro - When the maiden drilling kicked off in March at American Rare Earths’ Halleck Creek rare earth project site in Wyoming, it was a key next move for the Australian company, shortly after its subsidiary Western Rare Earths was named a member of the Critical Materials Institute, a US Department of Energy Energy Innovation Hub at the beginning of the year.

Lynas posts record profit on rare earths demand

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths Ltd posted a record first-half profit on Friday, helped by a surge in demand for the minerals used in electric vehicles amid a global push for reducing carbon emissions.

Rare earth prices set to keep on the boil after sharp rally

Mining News Pro - Prices of rare earths needed for electric vehicles (EVs) are set to keep sizzling this year on the back of buoyant sales of EVs, uncertainty about supply from Myanmar and razor-thin stockpiles.

Blockchain rare earth scheme to certify sustainable output for EVs

Mining News Pro - An EU-funded certification scheme using blockchain is being developed for rare earths as automakers demand proof that materials used to make magnets for electric vehicles (EVs) are not linked to toxic pollution.

Lynas posts record revenue on strong demand for rare earths

Mining News Pro - Australia’s Lynas Rare Earths Ltd posted record second-quarter revenue on Wednesday, as demand for metals used in electric vehicles (EVs) grew amid a global push for reducing carbon emissions.

US bill would block defense contractors from using Chinese rare earths

Mining News Pro - A bipartisan piece of legislation introduced in the U.S. Senate on Friday would force defense contractors to stop buying rare earths from China by 2026 and use the Pentagon to create a permanent stockpile of the strategic minerals.

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