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Rare Element Schedules Conference Call for
Tuesday, April 17, 2012, 3:30pm ET
2012-04-13 16:11 ET - In the News
Brien Lundin, in the March, 2012, edition of the Gold Newsletter, says buy Rare Element Resources Ltd., recently $5.75. Mr. Lundin said buy five times between January, 2006, and April, 2009, at prices ranging from 43 cents to $1.09. He said take some profits -- perhaps sell half -- in April, 2010, at $3.45. Assuming a $1,000 investment for each buy, selling half of the $5,000 position at $3.45 yielded a $10,319 profit. Mr. Lundin said buy again in May, 2010, at $3.23 and in April, 2011, at $12.89. Assuming a $1,000 investment for each of the two new buys and taking into account the $2,500 investment left after the half sale, the $4,500 position is now worth $23,598. Rare Element has released a prefeasibility study for the Bull Hill mine on its Bear Lodge project (Wyoming). Bull Hill has a net present value of $1.7-billion in the nominal case and $4-billion in the maximum case. Mr. Lundin notes the nominal NPV is about seven times the company's market cap of $257-million. The editor says the PFS impressed but did not overwhelm investors. To the underwhelmed, he says China may not remain a major supplier of rare earth elements, and North America, particularly Rare Element Resources, may become one.
2012-06-05 17:31 ET - In the News
James Dines, writing in the May 18, 2012, issue of The Dines Letter, says hold Rare Element Resources Ltd. at $3.84. The editor recommended the stock five times between Aug. 14, 2009, and Jan. 12, 2012, at prices ranging from $2.25 to $9.56. Assuming an investment of $1,000 for each of the five buys, the $5,000 investment would now be worth $4,181. The editor says persistent selling pressures, without counterattacking rallies is a phenomenon he has not seen often. In the past, however, he says it has usually led to a chart formation he calls a "Waterfall Decline," ending in an all-out selling binge. While it has not yet happened in the whole market, Mr. Dines says he is shocked at the amount of selling in the rare earth group. He he is confident it has nothing to do with company-specific fundamentals; instead, he understand the selling is a result of resource funds receiving margin calls and being forced to sell, a classic margin panic. If this is the case, he says, blocks of rare earth stocks are for sale at any price, which means some incredible bargains are available.
2012-06-26 16:34 ET - News Release
Mr. Randall Scott reports
RARE ELEMENT REPORTS 2012 DRILLING AND EXPLORATION PROGRAM UNDERWAY
Rare Element Resources Ltd.'s 2012 drilling and exploration program has commenced at the Bear Lodge rare earth element (REE) project in Wyoming.
Three core drill rigs and one reverse circulation drill rig are currently at Bear Lodge. The goals of the drilling program this year include:
A development program to expand and enhance the current reserve and resource base at the Bull Hill deposit with infill and step-out drilling;
Infill and step-out drilling at the growing Whitetail Ridge deposit designed to expand the current resource and upgrade a portion of that resource to the measured and indicated categories. The Whitetail Ridge deposit is enriched in the more critical and more valuable heavy rare earth elements (HREEs) relative to the Bull Hill deposit, as described in a press release dated May 7, 2012;
Exploration drilling to establish inferred resources at the Carbon and East Taylor REE target areas, both of which exhibit significant HREE-enrichment (see press release dated May 7, 2012);
Condemnation drilling on the physical upgrade plant (PUG) site and on state Section 16, the proposed stockpile/waste facility site.
Approximately 15,000 metres of drilling are budgeted for this year's program. In addition to the drilling program, the exploration activities will include geological mapping, soil and rock chip geochemical surveys, and bulk sampling with large-diameter core for metallurgical testing purposes.
Metallurgical test work of bulk sample material from the Whitetail Ridge, Carbon and East Taylor areas is currently under way at Mountain States R&D International (MSRDI) in Vail, Ariz., under the direction of Dr. Roshan Bhappu. The test work is focused on determining the best process to recover the REEs from these ores, which are significantly enriched in HREEs compared with the Bull Hill deposit material. Based on the results from this test work and results from exploration drilling at Whitetail Ridge, Carbon and East Taylor, the company will decide during the last quarter of 2012 on whether to integrate development of one or more of the HREE-enriched areas into the definitive feasibility study (DFS) and permitting timeline for the Bear Lodge project. The current work plan for 2012 now includes accelerated tasks based on the possibility of expanded HREE resources. An affirmative decision to include significant zones of enhanced HREE abundance in the DFS would provide substantial upside to the project and bring additional shareholder value. The decision to investigate the HREE potential at this point in time will assist in keeping the project schedule as close as possible to the 2016 production ramp-up goal.
Randall Scott, president and chief executive officer, stated: "We are excited to have this year's exploration and drilling program started. We believe that by expanding our drilling program into the Whitetail Ridge, Carbon and East Taylor deposit areas, we will provide additional benefits for Rare Element to increase its heavy rare earth element profile. We are dedicated to the advancement of the Bear Lodge project and maximizing the value for shareholders."
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Rare Element Appoints Kelli C. Kast, Esq., as Vice President and General Counsel
Lakewood, Colorado - Rare Element Resources Ltd. (NYSE: REE and TSX: RES) is pleased to announce that Ms. Kelli C. Kast, Esq., has been appointed as Vice President, General Counsel, Chief Administrative Officer and Corporate Secretary effective July 2, 2012.
Ms. Kast brings over 16 years of in-house legal experience, including seven years as a top legal officer in the precious metals industry. Most recently Ms. Kast was Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Coeur d'Alene Mines Corporation since joining Coeur as its General Counsel in 2005. She also served as Coeur's Chief Administrative Officer from 2009 to 2011. Previous to Coeur, Ms. Kast was Corporate Counsel for HealtheTech Inc. from 2004 to 2005 and she also served as Assistant General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Global Water Technologies Inc. and Psychrometric Systems, Inc. from 1997 to 2003. Ms. Kast earned her Juris Doctor from the University of South Dakota School of Law with highest honors and received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Idaho.
Randy Scott, President and CEO, stated, "We are very pleased to have Kelli join our team. Her industry knowledge and legal background will be a great contribution to our Company. In addition to her administrative responsibilities, her experience in global contract negotiations, environmental and safety issues, and mergers and acquisitions will continue to strengthen the capabilities of our management team. We look forward to the added value that she will bring as we continue to develop our Bear Lodge project."
Rare Element Resources Ltd. (NYSE Amex: REE and TSX: RES) is a publicly traded mineral resource company focused on exploration and development of rare-earth elements and gold. In addition to the REE exploration and evaluation efforts, the Company controls the Sundance gold project, which is located on the same property in Wyoming.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Anne Hite, Director of Investor Relations
For information, refer to the Company's website at www.rareelementresources.com or contact Anne Hite, 720-278-2466