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Rare earths miner Strategic Materials secures ... - mining.com

28.06.2021· Strategic Materials 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 ...

Mining Company Determined to Restore US Rare Earth Supply ...

20.11.2020· MP Materials, which operates the largest rare earth element mines in the Western Hemisphere, had a big week. It was one of three companies on Nov. 17 to receive Defense Department grants intended to return rare earth production to the United States. The following day it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Researchers creating a safer, cleaner way to recover rare ...

16.04.2021· Mining for rare earth minerals generates large volumes of toxic and radioactive material, due to the co-extraction of thorium and uranium—radioactive metals which can cause problems for the environment and human health. Third, most mining for rare-earth metals occurs in China, which produces more than 70% of global supply. This raises concerns about long-term availability, …

MP Materials profit beats expectations on rising rare ...

05.08.2021· Sales of rare earth oxides fell about 4% due in part to shipment timings, but that was offset by a 137% price increase. The company expects to be processing the oxides on site into rare earth metals by 2023, said Chief Executive Jim Litinsky. Shares rose 2% to $36.89 in after-hours trading.

The collapse of American rare earth mining - Defense News

12.11.2019· The collapse of American rare earth mining — and lessons learned. A view of the headgear at the rare earth mind Steenkampskraal on July 29, 2019, about 80 kilometers from the Western Cape town ...

Rare opportunity to recycle rare earths - Recycling Today

Hidden PotentialExceeding LimitationsHurdles Yet to OvercomeRare-earth metals are found in cellphones, magnets, including those used in computer hard drives and alternative-fuel vehicles, and displays. If recovering these metals requires minimal investment in space or dollars, it could be worthwhile. Preston Bryant, CEO of Momentum Technologies, Dallas, definitely says it is. “This is a new way to think about recovering electronics,” he says. His company, working together with the Materials Scie…