Reducing reliance on China REE market.
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The Canadian company hopes to begin commercial rare earth metal production in its Alaskan mine by 2017.
Parliament voted Thursday to end a decades-long ban on mining for radioactive materials.
Despite optimistic news in early October, Molycorp is running low on cash.
New US facility to recycle REE from fluorescent lamps.
Lisa Reisman describes herself as a "classic libertarian," but the managing editor of MetalMiner.com nonetheless believes government has a role to play in protecting and developing domestic supplies of critical metals. In this exclusive Critical Metals Report interview, Reisman argues for private/public partnerships and explains why today's low prices don't phase her—or surprise her.
Equity investing is squarely in a risk-off phase and few sectors have been hit harder than junior mining.
The rare earth sector has seen astronomical gains in recent years as Chinese export restrictions, short-sighted U.S. policy and investor interest combined to make front page news.
As uncommon as they may be, rare earth elements are all around you—in your laptop, your cell phone and your flat-screen television. But despite their frequency in our everyday lives, investors still have a lot of false preconceptions about these 16 elements.
May 4, 2011 (Robin Bromby, Editor www.RareMetalBlog.com) - Just how quickly do things change in Washington? Well, slowly, it seems, when it comes to rare earths.
Two Australian REE companies could be planning to work together to provide a range of both light and heavy rare earths.
April 7, 2011 (Robin Bromby, Editor www.RareMetalBlog.com) - China is going to be a net importer of REE from about 2015, right? Well, that seems the latest consensus.