Output of rare earths oxides in the quarter ending March 31 was 5,444 tonnes, compared with 4,110 tonnes produced last year.
Rare Earths Mining News
Wesfarmers made a buyout offer of A$2.25 per Lynas share.
On the upside, the RNI report shows that 24 nations have seen improvements in their index performance.
Blizzard-like conditions in the Dakotas, western Nebraska and Kansas are stressing winter wheat, inundating mines and disrupting ranches.
Paul D. Mitchell has been named the new EY global sector leader for mining and metals.
This deal is Gem Co Ltd's latest effort to win a bigger share of the booming power cell market.
TechMet has been operational for over a year and has assets, deployed in mining, processing and recycling projects around the world, including Canada, Brazil, Rwanda and Burundi.
High risk, high reward is the bet being made by global lithium miners in Argentina who are brushing aside a recession, a currency crisis and political uncertainty in their hunger for the mineral that helps power electric cars.
Swedish mining equipment maker Epiroc AB is aiming to electrify all its underground machines within five years.
Trial dates have been set to determine whether expansion at the Greenbushes mine, in which Tianqi Lithium holds a stake, would impact its mineral rights.
Glencore has increased production of the metals used to make electric car batteries faster than its major mining rivals, according to an industry-wide analysis that shows the scale of a strategy that has big prospective risks and rewards.
The United States' only rare earths mine could be back in business if a bid to purchase the shuttered operation through bankruptcy proceedings is successful.
One World Minerals Inc. announces second phase work program including 4000m of drilling on its Rico Litio Lithium Project
One World Minerals Inc. is pleased to announce the start of a second phase exploration program on the Company’s Rico Litio lithium property located in the State of California Baja Norte, Mexico.
The unique hybrid airships will shuttle between Quest’s Strange Lake open pit mine in Northern Québec and Schefferville.
The Department of Defense uses nearly one million tons of minerals every year in the design and manufacture of military gear, weaponry, transportation vehicles and intelligence technology.
The United States earned less from its mines in 2015 and became more reliant on outside sources for critical metals, according to a new report from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS).
Tekoa and Rick get into the ‘nuts and bolts’ of speculating in exploration stocks.
Big new megafactories coming in 2017.
187% increase in indicated resource tonnage; 226% increase in indicated Nb2O5
Much bigger batteries will be needed.
Beijing accepts defeat in WTO case and lifts export quota, but will now focus on rare earth export licences and taxes.
Beijing has launched a five-month campaign that aims to finally crackdown on illegal extraction and smuggling of the coveted elements.
In this interview with The Mining Report, Seddon argues that a supply shortage could mean much higher prices, leading to handsome profits for those companies that get to market soonest.
Everything used by British Columbians in their everyday lives is either grown or found in the ground.
The Canadian company hopes to begin commercial rare earth metal production in its Alaskan mine by 2017.