The Halleck Creek Rare Earth project in Wyoming, USA, has just undergone exploration drilling, and American Rare Earths Limited has released very encouraging test findings.
American Rare Earths Limited is happy to announce that recent exploration drilling at its flagship La Paz property in Arizona has shown extremely encouraging findings.
IperionX Limited (“IperionX” or “Company”) is pleased to announce that Energy Fuels, Inc. (“Energy Fuels”) has undertaken laboratory evaluation of rare earth mineral concentrates from IperionX’s Titan Project in west Tennessee.
The ever-increasing demand for rare-earth elements (REE) continues to accelerate due to their role as critical components in today’s high-tech society.
Geologists at the University of Leicester have discovered a ‘Goldilocks Zone’ in the Earth’s crust that opens up new possibilities for mining metals for the green energy revolution.
The Titan Project’s maiden Mineral Resource Estimate establishes it as the largest titanium, zircon and rare earth minerals project in the USA, and confirms Tennessee as a major new American critical mineral province.
A partnership between the Missouri Department of Natural Resources and the University of Kansas will receive $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to study the feasibility of recovering critical minerals from coal and associated strata in the Cherokee-Forest City Basin, which encompasses Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma and the Osage Nation.
Texas Mineral Resources Corp., an exploration company targeting the heavy rare earths and a variety of other high-value critical elements and industrial minerals, is pleased to announce that the Department of Energy’s National Energy Technical Laboratory has selected a consortium led by the Pennsylvania State University, which includes Texas Mineral Resources, for an award targeting critical mineral recoveries from waste streams.
Major Precious Metals Corp. has provided an update on the latest developments in Greenland with respect to mining and exploration activities and their possible effect on the Skaergaard Project.
Water is at the heart of a new effort by Australia’s copper industry to achieve zero emission mining as it starts a ‘deep tech dive’ in to how to use it far more efficiently.