Rare Earth Elements (REE) – Australia

Rare earths-bearing minerals monazite and xenotime occur in many of Australia’s heavy mineral sand deposits and, up until the mid-1990s, monazite was produced from them and exported, mainly to Europe. A brief overview of these activities is given by Hoatson et.al (2011).   Currently, REE occurring in heavy mineral sand resources make up around 6% of… Continue reading Rare Earth Elements (REE) – Australia

Rare earths – US > China

Roughly 80 percent of U.S. imports come from China, according to the U.S.Geological Survey. As of 2018, the top three rare-earths producers were China, at 120,000 metric tons; Australia, at 20,000 metric tons; and the United States, at 15,000 metric tons. Beijing has readied a plan to restrict exports of rare earths to the U.S. if needed, as both sides in the… Continue reading Rare earths – US > China


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Rare Earth Elements

REE is verskeie elemente wat baie skaars is - let ook op waarvoor in watter toerusting word dit gebruik - selfone, rekenaars en ander toebehore... wanneer daar by ons mense ingebreek en selfs moord gepleeg word, word sekere items altyd gesteel!!! toevallig?  Dis moontlik goedkoper om hierdie artikels wat gesteel word weer te hergebruik as… Continue reading Rare Earth Elements

Shenghe, Chinese and REE

2015 - Tantalus Rare Earths is in Madagascar. for information ... Greenland China China and Greenland *** 2015 Explorer and developer of rare earths Tantalus Rare Earths (TRE) has signed a commercial purchasing agreement with Chinese rare earths company Shenghe Resources, which could serve to promote the development of the African rare earths industry. TRE CEO Thomas Hoyer says the… Continue reading Shenghe, Chinese and REE