Mining companies across the globe now consider the risk of losing their licence to operate as the biggest risk to their businesses in the next two years
Rare Earth Mining News
At 17.9% graphitic carbon, the Lac Gueret deposit is likely one of the highest grade graphite deposits in the world.
Supply scarcity and the resulting price volatility are the two biggest hurdles to vanadium's potential bright electric future.
The Australian rare earths miner said it was disappointed with Malaysia's decision to impose new conditions on its licence to operate in the country, adding it was considering all options, including legal action.
E3 says its extraction process is better than existing methods.
The German carmaker is now committed to radical steps to stop global warming.
Rio Tinto and China's Zijin Mining are potentially the biggest investors.
It needs to be removed by September 2, 2019, when Lynas' temporary storage licence expires.
From riding high on cobalt’s boom, Glencore Plc traders are feeling the heat as falling prices and reneged contracts put a dent in profit.
Congo is Africa's top copper producer and mines more than 60 percent of the world's cobalt
Production sharing agreements align the interests of the two partners because the risk now weighs more on the investor than on Gecamines.
ACI Systems Alemania employs just 20 people and was created solely to focus on building a lithium mine in Bolivia.
Spot prices would be pushed down despite rapid demand growth from batteries for electric vehicles (EV) makers, the experts say.
Looking at its resources, Indonesia will become the main player in lithium batteries.
The shutdown of the controversial plant could see the Australian rare earths producer take a A$16 million hit.
Lonmin also said on Thursday it expects Sibanye's deal to close early next year, but cautioned that some uncertainty still exists over its completion.
By 2030, 30% of all vehicles sold in B.C. will have to be EV or hybrid, and 100% by 2040.
Social desirability is important enough for consumers to ignore that battery-powered technology is currently more expensive than internal combustion engines.
It is already being called by some experts “the thickest high-grade copper intersection seen in years.”
Farewell Chevy Volt, we hardly knew ye.
The property, east of Uranium City, returned 10.02% TREO by weight over 3.55 metres.
Participating in this study opens the door for a potential new supply source through recycling electric motors from the transportation industry in the future.
The country's state development agency says Albemarle has failed to provide as much as 25% of its annual production at a discount to companies seeking to produce battery metals within Chile, as stipulated in a contract signed in 2016.
The closing is effective November 23, 2018.
Mineral Resources shares spiked on the news, closing Thursday 26.6% higher at A$15.76.