Lynas Corporation has selected Kalgoorlie, Western Australia as the home for its cracking and leaching plant for rare earth minerals processing.
Lynas Corporation will spend $500 million on growing its production to 2025, including the creation of a new upstream processing plant in Western Australia.
Lynas Corporation has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Blue Line Corporation to develop rare earths separation capacity in the United States.
Lynas Corporation’s board of management has urged shareholders not to accept Wesfarmers’ “unsolicited” $1.5 billion bid for the company announced last month.
Wesfarmers has provided an update on its proposed $1.5 billion takeover of rare earth-focused company Lynas Corporation.
Lynas Corporation plans to make Wesfarmers work for a takeover of the rare earths company
Wesfarmers has set its sights on Lynas Corporation with a $1.5 billion takeover bid.
The Malaysian Government has set Lynas licence renewal conditions related to waste removal at its Lynas Advanced Material Plant (LAMP) near Kuantan, Malaysia.
Separating and recovering rare earth materials is a complicated and expensive process, but one Japanese researcher claims he has discovered a low cost, environmentally friendly extraction alternative.
Shares in Australian rare earths miner Lynas Corporation have risen following the re-election of Malaysia’s coalition, reducing uncertainty around further regulatory hurdles at its controversial plant.
Rare earths miner Lynas Corporation says it’s on track to meet its second quarter target of producing 11,000 tonnes per year from its processing plant in Malaysia.
Lynas Corporation CEO Nicholas Curtis is set to step down at the end of this month, as the company moves into rare earths production.
Lynas Corporation has overcome legal battles and environmental activists to produce its first rare earths products from its Malaysian processing plant.
Rare earths miner Lynas has won the latest round of its continuing process plant battle in Malaysia.
Australia’s Lynas Corporation yesterday commissioned its controversial rare earth plant in Malaysia.
Lynas Corporation entered another trading halt early this week following a statement from the Malaysian Government demanding the company export “all residue” from its Kuantan processing plant.
The Queensland government are investigating how to unlock $4 billion worth of mineral resources in the state’s North West minerals province.
Environmental group Save Malaysia Stop Lynas has obtained a hearing date to again challenge Lynas’ temporary operating permits.
A Malaysian court has dismissed another attempt by environmental groups to shut down Lynas Corporation’s rare earths processing plant in Kuantan.
The Malaysian High Court has extended the suspension of Lynas’ temporary operating licence until early November.