Lynas Corporation is on track to commence the construction of its Kalgoorlie rare earth processing facility in Western Australia in mid-2021.
Lynas has received a 14-metre long industrial scale dryer at the Mt Weld rare earth deposit mine in Western Australia.
Lynas Corporation has delivered a significant jump in its production of neodymium-praseodymium (NdPr) and rare earth oxides (REO) amid volatile prices during the September quarter.
Lynas Corporation has signed a sub-lease with the City of Kalgoorlie Boulder for a 135-hectare area where its rare earth processing facility in Western Australia will be constructed.
Lynas Corporation has received a government approval for the embattled construction of its waste facility in Malaysia.
Lynas Corporation has overcome a political hurdle in the United States to secure a contract for a rare earth facility in Texas.
Lynas Corporation has signalled the start of development of its Kalgoorlie rare earths processing plant in Western Australia by awarding a contract to Metso Outotec.
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Lynas Corporation’s contract for a United States-based heavy rare earth separation facility is uncertain after the government decided to rethink its decision.
Lynas Corporation has restarted operations at its Malaysian plant after the country’s Prime Minister eased coronavirus restrictions.
Lynas has experienced a lift in its March quarterly production despite production constraints inflicted by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Malaysian Government has extended its movement control order to combat the coronavirus, causing Lynas Malaysia to prolong the temporary suspension of its production plant.
The Australian Government has awarded Lynas major project status to establish its rare earths processing plant in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.
Lynas has achieved its output guidance for battery metals and rare earths during the December quarter, despite a constrained production environment and subdued market pricing.
Lynas Corporation has received lead agency status from the Western Australian Government for its project to build a rare earths processing plant in Kalgoorlie.
Lynas’ neodymium and praseodymium (NdPr) prices remained flat during the September quarter, due to continuing trade tensions between China and the United States of America.
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Lynas Corporation has increased its global presence as a rare earths producer, posting record production and a surge in profit in the 2019 financial year.
Lynas will continue to reserve production for its “strategic customers” given the volatile conditions of the neodymium and praseodymium (NdPr) market.
Lynas has signed a 10-year extension for the Japan Australian Rare Earths (JARE) loan facility, reaffirming Japan as a priority for the company’s rare earths supply.