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Rare earth taps Europe's investors
Kate Emery, The West AustralianApril 21, 2012, 9:29 am
WA's leading mining lobby group will head a delegation of the State's rare earths and lithium players to Europe next month in the hope of securing German and French investment for the next wave of mines.
The Chamber of Minerals and Energy-headed delegation, to include representatives from Lynas Corp, Galaxy Resources, Hastings Rare Metals and Reed Resources, among others, will meet car makers such as BMW, Volkswagen and Renault, whose next generation of hybrid and electric cars rely on technology powered by rare earths and lithium.
FACTS ABOUT LYNAS
1 Opposition invoked “emotion and anger” to exploit the fear and phobia of nuclear radioactive after Japan’s Fukushima whereby the incident involves a nuclear reactor unlike Lynas that involves a rare earth processing plant of allowable radioactive level.
2 Opposition leader in the State Assembly, Leong Ngah Ngah from DAP, when attending the briefings on the project for elected representatives in 2009, had also agreed to the construction of the project, and was reported by a Chinese daily as saying that the state government had managed to secure a huge investment from abroad.
3 PAS Hulu Langat Member of Parliament, Dr. Che Rusli who is also an expert on radioactivity had also confirmed that the project is not hazardous and within international management standards.
4 New York Times also wrote that the Lynas plant, which is being built in Gebeng, will house radiation sensors and the latest equipment in pollution control, besides featuring 12 acres of temporary storage pools that will be lined with dense plastic and sit atop nearly impermeable clay, to hold the slightly radioactive by-products until they can be carted away.
...und der Lynas Chef der LAMP verliert so langsam die Geduld: mit Video vom Werk, der Pressekonferenz, der Werksberichtigung für die internationale Presse sowie von der Massendemonstration vor der LAMP von Lynas.
Lynas on impact of rare earth plant delay in Malaysia
By Malaysia Bureau Chief Melissa Goh | Posted: 20 April 2012
GEBENG, Pahang: Australian miner Lynas Corporation has said the delay at its controversial rare earth refinery in Malaysia is taking a heavy toll on the company.
Lynas Malaysia's managing director Mashal Ahmad insists the plant is safe and appears confident it will get the go-ahead to operate, despite widespread public protests.
After having seen its share price fall by 50 per cent in the past year, Lynas Corporation desperately needs to fire up its Malaysian rare earth refinery.
Originally scheduled to begin operations late last year, the refinery would have been the world's largest.
But the setback has cost Lynas dearly, and it is now in danger of losing out to its competitor, American mining company Molycorp.
Costing over US$800 million, the rare earth refinery - which consists of two phases - will now be fully completed in two weeks but staunch opposition by concerned Malaysians has prevented the plant from firing up, resulting in costly delays to the Australian miner.
Mr Mashal voiced his frustration to the media.
trotz allem @ noch ein schönes Restwochenende
Recycling: Rarely so Critical
Image courtesy of Vesta Wind Systems A/S
As renewable energy finally takes off, China, which controls 97% of the global supply of rare earth elements, vital to much renewable technology, has tightened supply. As industry and governments around the world scramble for solutions, the complex process of recycling rare earths has moved into the spotlight. Ben Messenger investigates.
Over recent years there has been much discussion across the world of declining fossil fuel supplies, 'peak oil' and the increasingly urgent need for sustainable energy production. And that talk has not gone unanswered. According to the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century (REN21) in 2009 over $160 billion was invested globally in renewable energy capacity and manufacturing facilities, a figure that in the face of severe economic conditions rose to $211 billion in 2010.
What are their prices?
The first point to note about Rare Earths prices is that there is significant variance in the relative market value for selected Rare Earths oxides. Secondly, the price of Rare Earths depends on the purity level, which is largely set by the specifications for each application.
The table below shows the average annual price for a 'standard 99% purity of individual elements and for the generic composite of Rare earths equivalent to the Rare Earths distribution at Mt Weld. Prices are quoted in US$/kg on an FOB China basis. Note that higher purity oxides and other value added properties will attract higher prices than those shown.
FOB China Prices
China Domestic Prices
Der pol. Oposition, die gestern noch großspurig verkündet haben sie werden die LAMP von Lynas verschrotten fnden es jetzt ungehörig das die mächtige Firma Lynas ihre kleinen Gruppen, die seit Jahren mit Falschdarstellungen, Unwarheiten usw. geglänzt haben jetzt auf Richtigstellung zu verlagen.
Das gehört sich einfach nicht für so ein großes ausländisches Unternehmen.
Ein IMHO seltsames Rechtsverständnis.
(oder geht ihnen jetzt der so berühmte Arsch auf Grundeis?)
NGO cautions Lynas over lawsuit
Stephanie Sta Maria | April 23, 2012
Suit by a large corporation against a small NGO would not cast it in a favourable light, says Save Malaysia Stop Lynas.
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23rd Letter to Shareholders - Quarterly Report Call
@ eine erfolgreiche Woche
Zitat von FuenfvorzwoelfNeue Analayse von Macquarie. Kursziel auf 12 Monate: 1,93!
NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 04/23/12 -- Rare Earth stocks have been gaining attention this year as China's supply constraints have forced countries to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization. The increasingly high prices and tightening supply chain have been a major problem for the U.S. as the metal is crucial for manufacturing popular products such as disk drives, hybrid cars and mobile phones. Rare-earth specialists speculate Chinese domestic demand to catch up with supply around 2015 leaving the U.S. with a huge shortfall of the metal. Five Star Equities examines the outlook for companies in the Rare Earth Industry and provides equity research on Molycorp, Inc. (NYSE: MCP) and Lynas Corp Ltd. (PINKSHEETS: LYSCF).
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The U.S., EU, and Japan less than a month ago moved in on the WTO to challenge China's rare earth export policies. They complained that China is illegally choking off exports of rare earth metals in attempts to hold down prices for their domestic manufacturers and in turn force technology manufacturers to relocate facilities to China. China currently supplies 97 percent of the world's rare earth despite holding only 30 percent of global rare earth deposits.
In response to the complaint China has set up a rare earth industry association. Gan Yong, President of the Chinese Society of Rare Earths, will be president of the new association who claims the body will help to "form a reasonable price mechanism."
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Molycorp, Inc. recently announced that its proven and probable reserves of rare earth minerals at its Mountain Pass, California facility have increased by 36 percent, according to a new independent estimate. The updated estimate, based on the SEC's rigorous "Industry Guide 7" definition of proven and probable mineral reserves, expands Molycorp's reserves to 18.4 million short tons of rare earth ore, at an ore grade of 7.98% and a cut-off grade of 5%.
Lynas Corporation Limited, together with its subsidiaries, engages in the exploration and development of rare earths deposits and mineral resources. The company holds interest in the Mount Weld project, which includes rare earths oxide deposits located to the south of Laverton, Western Australia.
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2012/04/23 11:07 KST
S. Korea insulated from immediate rare earth elements shortage: gov't
SEOUL, April 23 (Yonhap) -- South Korea has secured supply channels and emergency reserves to cope with immediate shortfalls in rare earth elements that are vital for its industries, the government said Monday.
The Ministry of Knowledge Economy said despite uncertainties caused by the United States, Europe and Japan reporting China to the World Trade Organization for unfairly controlling the export of rare earth elements, South Korea will not face any challenges to meet its demand.
Rare earth elements are 17 materials in the periodic table that include such chemicals as scandium, yttrium, ytterbium and lutetium.
State-run Korea Resources Corp. (KORES) has successfully secured 1,000 tons of the element through two joint venture projects in China, the ministry said. KORES has also reached a deal to develop 6,000 tons of the industrial material in South Africa.
The ministry in charge of the country's industrial policy added the country is moving to increase its rare earth reserves to meet 100 days of local demand by 2014, from just 10.8 days this year. The country has earmarked 11.4 billion won (US$10 million) to increase its strategic reserves in 2012.
Last year, Asia's fourth-largest economy imported 3,596 tons of the rare earth elements worth US$203 million. This is a 9.4 percent on-year gain in volume and 245.1 percent spike in import cost. The elements are used to make magnets, fluorescence, grinders and catalysts as well as being key materials in the making of mobile phones, rechargeable batteries and electric cars.
Kim Jun-dong, the head of the ministry's climate change energy development bureau, said Seoul is committed to research and development efforts to re-use the elements and finds ways to better refine the materials from nature without causing environmental damage.
He added that a recent slowdown in the global economy has helped stabilize global prices after they surged in 2010.
Nur der Vollständigkeit halber...
Björn Junker, Goldinvest.de 24 / 04 / 2012
Schlechte Stimmung - Für Langfristanleger könnte gerade jetzt ein guter Einstiegspunkt in den Rohstoffsektor sein
Betrifft IMHO sicher auch unsern Bereich hier!
Industrie gründet Rohstoffallianz
Zehn Industrie-Schwergewichte gründen die Rohstoffallianz GmbH. Zu den Gründungsunternehmen zählen Bayer, BASF und ThyssenKrupp. Auf dem Weltmarkt will man in Zukunft gemeinsam auftreten und so Vorteile sichern.
Die Industrie schürft selbst nach Rohstoffen
24.04.2012 · Die deutsche Wirtschaft rüstet im Kampf um wichtige Rohstoffe auf: Um den Zugang zu wichtigen Ausgangsmaterialien zu sichern, haben große Konzerne eine „Rohstoffallianz“ gegründet. In anderen Ländern zieht man gleich - oder ist zum Teil schon weiter.
Von Andreas Mihm
"Deutsche Firmen unterschätzen China"
24.04.2012, 15:26 Uhr | t-online.de - Frank Lansky, mit dapd
Während sich China auf der Hannover Messe als verlässlicher Handelspartner präsentiert, wächst in der deutschen Industrie das Unbehagen über den Giganten aus Fernost. Denn die Volksrepublik setzt ihre Macht immer ungenierter ein. Der Westen muss sich vor allem bei Rohstoffen auf eine noch härtere Gangart einstellen. "Wir stehen erst am Anfang dieser Entwicklung", warnte Sven T. Marlinghaus, Partner bei dem auf globalen Einkauf spezialisierten Beratungshaus BrainNet, im Gespräch mit t-online.de. Derweil reagiert die Industrie mit der Gründung einer Einkaufsallianz.
Das Öl der Ära nach dem Öl
11.04.2012 00:00 Uhr
Von Alexander S. Kekulé
Seltene Erden sind für die Energiewende so wichtig wie das Öl für das Zeitalter des Verbrennungsmotors. Deshalb müssen wird von China unabhängig werden.
Rare Earths Neodymium, Dysprosium Breaches Critical Supply Numbers
By Esther Tanquintic-Misa | April 13, 2012 9:45 AM EST
Rare earths neodymium and dysprosium, critical components needed to create high-performance permanent magnets to support certain technologies, have been found in the brink of supply in the coming years, according to a research by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Materials Systems Laboratory.
Die Wichtigkeit der "Seltene Erden" schient international in Verbindung mit einer ausreichenden Versorgungssicherheit für unserer (grüne) Industrie wieder zu einem Haupthema weltweit werden.
remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice (Grahaml)
Remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice so Malaysia could be free.
ANZAC Day in Australia today for those who aren't aware.
Anzac Day is a national day of remembrance in Australia and New Zealand, originally commemorated by both countries on 25 April every year to honour the members of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC)
Die Kommentare auf der Seite zum Video zeigen IMHO deutlich auf das man den Bürgern nicht immer wieder die gleiche Unwahrheiten erzählen kann ohne das sie als solche erkannt werden.
Kommentare Googleübersetzt: http://translate.google.de/translate?sl=en&tl=de&js=n&prev=_…
re: defamation in malaysia. (novabux)
The epicentre of the shocking nature of the disinformation
Lynas has/is suffering under has emanated mostly from the
politically ambitious dis-eased mind of Fuziah Salleh. The Wong Taks and the Tun Bum Tweets plus the array of Fuzketeers she spawned with DAP assistance are nothing in comparison to this totally unscrupulous Psychology-hip ex corporate trainer bull feminist pollie. I have been fighting her, LGE, and others like Ryan Albrey on Youtube for what seems like forever.
Referring to Lynas's LAMP on that sickeningly masterful black propaganda ersatz "interview" on PAS TV's "PERCEPTION",
her statement "it won't be a quick death either, it will be a slow agonising death" must rate as one the biggest pieces of outright and effective defamations I've ever seen (+ others on the same 'interview"). She uses the 'BIG LIE' tactic of Hitler/Dr Goebbels who said it works but 'most people haven't got the GUTS to do it'. She certainly had the guts, she certainly damaged Lynas's reputation, she certainly should be publicly humiliated and made to pay+apologise so that Malaysia and especially Kuantan can see her for the evil grub she is. Call her out in court on the numerous lies in that program - STILL RUNNING 24/7 ON YOUTUBE!!. Give the money to rakyat education scholarships - whatever - just SUE HER. I've never subscribed to the theory that the whole classroom should be kept back for the actions of one individual.
Lynas should target her I say.
Rare Earth Resource Recovery
An Introduction to Geology, Mining, Mineral Processing, Extraction, Refining, Markets, and Economics
July 24-26, 2012