The USGS recently determined the United States is sitting on a sizable untapped reserve of rare earth reserves in the west part of the country. New extraction techniques will allow companies to access this rare earth in old mine tailings.
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The rare earth junior stands to benefit from the new law, which seeks to stockpile critical metals and reduce delays in permitting new mines.
A recently released study that shows that the US is tied with Papua New Guinea as having the longest approval process among the 25 top mining countries in the world.
Not everyone is in favor of the US Department of Defense's recommendation that the US stockpile $120.43 million worth of heavy rare earths.
Rare Earth Investing News spoke with Daniel McGroarty, president of US Rare Earths, to find out what his company's plans are as well as how he views the market as a whole.
The latest prices, news and events from across the global rare earths market.
Rumors are rife that Molycorp’s recent fall below its net asset value might very well turn the high-potential firm into a prime takeover target.
Scientists at the US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory confirmed that they are working towards creating a method to remove neodymium from the mix of other materials in magnets.
In a move that may spur China to green its rare earth operations, Molycorp has announced a new environmentally-friendly method of extracting rare earths.
US rare earth producer Molycorp has a plan to double production capacity. But could the production boost increase America's dependence on China instead of lessening it?