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Piles of rare earth oxides used for magnets, batteries, and high-tech products.

Making rare earths separation less rare

US invests heavily into developing domestic rare earth element processing plants Despite what their name suggests, rare earths are not all that scarce. An efficient and environmentally sound... — Updated 10/10/2022 Full story

 
 By Shane Lasley    News
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The China rare earths dragon awakens

Dragonbridge executes online attack on US rare earth interests Dragonbridge, a cybernetwork that pushes online narratives in support of the People's Republic of China's political interests, has... — Updated 7/12/2022 Full story

 
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Lynas Rare Earths lands $120M DoD deal

The United States Department of Defense is investing US$120 million to fund a heavy rare earths separation facility to be owned and operated by Lynas USA LLC, a subsidiary of Australia-based... — Updated 7/12/2022

 
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Lynas inks contract for Texas REE plant

Australia-based rare earth elements producer Lynas Rare Earths Ltd. has secured a contract for additional Pentagon assistance in funding its plans to develop a U.S.-based rare earths separation... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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Saskatchewan REE separation plant coming

Canada's first commercial rare earth processing facility is expected to be operational in Saskatchewan by 2022. The government of the central Canadian province announced it is investing C$31... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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Lynas secures site for Aussie REE facility

Lynas Corporation Ltd. Aug. 21 announced the signing of a sublease with the City of Kalgoorlie Boulder for a 135-hectare industrial-zoned site for its planned Kalgoorlie rare earth processing... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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EVs drive explosive REE magnet demand

Rare earths and battery metals market expert Adamas Intelligence forecasts that demand for the magnet rare earths – neodymium, praseodymium, and dysprosium – will falter slightly this year... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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Lynas moves forward on Texas REE plant

Australia-based rare earths producer Lynas Corporation Ltd. is moving ahead with a U.S.-based heavy rare earth separation facility in Texas. In April, the U.S. Department of Defense indicated that... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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USA rare earth separation pilot underway

With the commissioning of a pilot plant in Colorado now underway, USA Rare Earth LLC is one step closer to producing rare earth elements on American soil. Based in New York City, USA Rare Earth... — Updated 7/10/2022

 
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The enigmatic rare earth elements paradox

American mines produced roughly 26,000 tons of rare earth during 2019, a 44 percent increase over 2018, yet the United States is 100 percent reliant on foreign countries for its supply of these... — Updated 7/2/2022

 
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A tale of two rare earth countries

Unique, remarkable, magical and irreplaceable are some of the adjectives uses to describe rare earths – a group of 17 elements with names most of us have never heard of but have seemingly... — Updated 7/1/2022

 
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Made in North America rare earths return

Roughly 38,000 metric tons of rare earth concentrates were produced from American soil during 2020, yet the United States remains 100% reliant on foreign countries for its supply of these 17... — Updated 11/2/2021 Full story

 

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