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  • Heres why Chinas trade war threat to restrict rare earth

    Heres why Chinas trade war threat to restrict rare earth

    30 May 2019 — Miners are seen at the Bayan Obo mine containing rare earth minerals, in Inner China considering cutting off rare earth minerals that is more than the entire demand of the U.S., though processing of some oxides still gets 

  • Breaking: President Trump declares national mineral emergency

    Breaking: President Trump declares national mineral emergency

    Mining and mineral processing provide jobs to hundreds of thousands of Americans whose daily work allows our country and the world to ‘Buy American’ for critical technology,” Trump wrote. The executive order comes with several target deadlines for agencies to respond and develop plans for increasing the domestic supply of minerals.

  • Cutoff grade - Wikipedia

    Cutoff grade - Wikipedia

    Cut-Off grade is the minimum grade required in order for a mineral or metal to be economically mined (or processed). Material found to be above this grade is considered to be ore, while material below this grade is considered to be waste. The cut-off grade can be determined through a variety of methods, each of varying complexity.

  • Mining magnets: Arctic island finds green power can  - Reuters

    Mining magnets: Arctic island finds green power can - Reuters

    Aerial view of the town of Narsaq in southern Greenland, located 5 km (3.106 to mine, has proven processing technology through its Chinese partner, and won output of critical minerals and cut dependence on China for rare earth metals.

  • Heres why Chinas trade war threat to restrict rare earth

    Heres why Chinas trade war threat to restrict rare earth

    May 30, 2019 About 35% of rare earth global reserves are in China, the most in the world, and the country is a mining machine, producing 120,000 metric tons or 70% of total rare earths in 2018, according to

  • China Raises Threat of Rare-Earths Cutoff to U.S. – Foreign

    China Raises Threat of Rare-Earths Cutoff to U.S. – Foreign

    May 21, 2019 The one mine in the United States producing rare-earth minerals is itself reliant on China for processing the material it pulls from the ground into usable end products.

  • PERSPECTIVE: China’s Nuclear Weapons May Very Well Contain

    PERSPECTIVE: China’s Nuclear Weapons May Very Well Contain

    Mar 06, 2021 China has already demonstrated its willingness to use rare earths as a geopolitical weapon. In late May 2019, the official newspaper of China’s Communist Party warned that China could cut off the sale of rare earths to the United States as a counter measure in the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.

  • SPEEDWAY - Speedway Iron Ore Project

    SPEEDWAY - Speedway Iron Ore Project

    Project Highlights Significant 100% owned tenure position of 12.4 km2. Inferred Mineral Resource of 124 million tonnes at 25.35% Fe using a cut off grade of 20% Fe. Product Specifications Fe 69%, SiO2 2.5% Resource drill out ready, with conceptual pit des

  • China Risks Damaging Its Rare Earth Industry If It Puts An

    China Risks Damaging Its Rare Earth Industry If It Puts An

      The U.S. has a high-quality rare earth mine at Mountain Pass in California, though its ore is currently sent to China for processing, a trade likely to end when the operators of Mountain Pass

  • Mining Royalties - World Bank Document - World Bank Group

    Mining Royalties - World Bank Document - World Bank Group

    by J Otto Cited by 301 — translating the Chinese legislation; and to Daniella Correa, Graduate Re- encompassed geology, mining engineering, mineral economics, project analysis and cutoff grade, and mine life; the impact of royalty taxes on the investment.

  • Cutoff grade - Wikipedia

    Cutoff grade - Wikipedia

    Cut-Off grade is the minimum grade required in order for a mineral or metal to be economically mined (or processed). Material found to be above this grade is considered to be ore, while material below this grade is considered to be waste.. The cut-off grade can be determined through a variety of methods, each of varying complexity.

  • China’s rare earth dominance casts shadow over Europe’s

    China’s rare earth dominance casts shadow over Europe’s

    While Estonia has significant production capacity at its Silmet facility, much of its output flows to China for processing. “In the short term, you cannot do that [diversify], because with all the mining and processing required, it takes a long time,” said Nabeel Mancheri, secretary general of the REIA in Brussels.

  • There’s Still Concern About America’s Reliance on Mineral

    There’s Still Concern About America’s Reliance on Mineral

    China’s market power over rare earths now poses a national defense threat. “China can quickly create a supply shock; their global market can respond by reducing demand and developing their own mining and processing capacities,” Carrell and Belton write. And there’s no doubt that the U.S. reliant on China.

  • Uranium from Rare Earths deposits - World Nuclear Association

    Uranium from Rare Earths deposits - World Nuclear Association

    This is a deposit of light REE with inferred resource total REO of 85,000 t at 1.74%, uranium content of 0.0145% (600 tU), and 11.2% P 2 O 5 at 1% cut-off. It is similar geologically to Mount Weld, but with greater uranium content. It has 127,000 t total REO inferred resources at 0.5% cut-off.

  • The Pentagon wants to end its reliance on China for rare

    The Pentagon wants to end its reliance on China for rare

    Aug 03, 2020 China’s threat to cut off rare earths exports to the U.S. early last year, as well as its move to become entirely self-sufficient, has renewed concern in Washington that the U.S. will be left

  • US Report Says China Prizes Rare Earths Industry for

    US Report Says China Prizes Rare Earths Industry for

    Jun 29, 2020 China’s dominance in mining the metals and ore that are critical to high-tech manufacturing has long been a focus of American lawmakers concerned over rare earths supply. were to be cut off

  • Chinas Mining Industry at Home and Overseas

    Chinas Mining Industry at Home and Overseas

    China Chamber of Commerce of Minerals, Metals and Chemicals Importers and Exporters. CDB facilitate smoother investments and reduce the risk of Chinas mines and processing plants were damaged during the Sino-Japanese war 

  • Rare earth minerals: What you need to know - CNN

    Rare earth minerals: What you need to know - CNN

    May 30, 2019 In 2010, following a dispute with Japan over contested islands, China cut off rare earth exports to that country. How have markets reacted? Shares in several companies that mine and process rare

  • U.S. plans to refine its way out of potential “rare earths

    U.S. plans to refine its way out of potential “rare earths

      Since there is no processing facility in the country, the mine’s capacity to be profitable and functional is at risk during the current trade battle. The only rare earth metals-producing mine in the U.S. is facing short-term refining challenges as the nation looks to reduce its reliance on China for the materials due to the trade war.

  • California Mine Becomes Key Part of Push to Revive US Rare

    California Mine Becomes Key Part of Push to Revive US Rare

      As the U.S. has lost almost all its processing capacity to China, the ore mined in California must be sent to China for processing, making the mine essentially a supplier for the Chinese rare

  • China Risks Damaging Its Rare Earth Industry If It Puts An

    China Risks Damaging Its Rare Earth Industry If It Puts An

    Jun 12, 2019 The U.S. has a high-quality rare earth mine at Mountain Pass in California, though its ore is currently sent to China for processing, a trade likely to end when the operators of Mountain Pass

  • Ending China’s chokehold on rare-earth minerals | American

    Ending China’s chokehold on rare-earth minerals | American

      China dominates the global market in rare-earth minerals, producing 70% of the world’s exports. But this isn’t a gift of nature — it’s the result of 15 years of industrial policy. The

  • China could cut our access to critical minerals at any

    China could cut our access to critical minerals at any

      China could cut our access to critical minerals at any time — heres why we need to act By Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and Gov. Mike Dunleavy (R-Alaska), …

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