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By Shane Lasley
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Rise of a world class rare earths project

Appia drills expand some of the highest REE grades on Earth Metal Tech News – October 14, 2020


Last updated 7/10/2022 at 2:52pm

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Samples collected from outcrop at the Ivan zone on Appia Energy's Alces Lake project contained up to 49.6% total rare earth oxides. Neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium, and terbium make up nearly 25% of the rare earths in samples collected at this northern Saskatchewan project.

Appia Energy Corp.'s Alces Lake project in Saskatchewan hosts some of the highest rare earth element grades ever discovered and the Toronto-based exploration company is now investigating just how large this potentially world-class rare earths deposit is.

While a resource has yet to be calculated for the high-grade zones discovered in recent years at Alces Lake, drill intercepts of 15.6 meters a...

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