Lynas Corp has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder for potential sites for a cracking and leaching plant.
Wesfarmers has walked away from its $1.5 billion takeover offer for Lynas Corporation.
Lynas Corp’s operating licence in Malaysia will be renewed by the country’s government for six months following extensive consultation with regulators.
Lynas Corp has updated its 2025 growth plans, detailing a positive outlook on the rare earths market and regulatory issues in Malaysia.
Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has indicated that Lynas Corporation’s rare earth elements (REE) processing plant near Kuantan, Malaysia, will probably receive its renewal to operate later this year.
Lynas Corporation’s board of management has urged shareholders not to accept Wesfarmers’ “unsolicited” $1.5 billion bid for the company announced last month.
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.
Oil and gas giant Santos plans to sell several of its Asian assets to British production and exploration company Ophir Energy for $US221 million ($295 million).
Lynas has been issued with a full operating stage licence for its Lynas Advanced Materials Plant.
A scuffle broke out between a Malaysian government minister and anti-Lynas protestors yesterday as the battle continues to hamper the company’s rare earth project.
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.
Rare earths miner Lynas has won the latest round of its continuing process plant battle in Malaysia.
Japan is launching another survey in the hopes of uncovering more rare earths deposits on the sea floor.
Australia’s Lynas Corporation yesterday commissioned its controversial rare earth plant in Malaysia.
Environmental group Save Malaysia Stop Lynas has obtained a hearing date to again challenge Lynas’ temporary operating permits.
Shares in Lynas Corporation rose after the company announced that about 100 containers of rare earths concentrate had arrived for processing at its new Malaysian plant.
Monash University’s Kai-Lit Phua questions Australian rare earths miner Lynas’ involvement in Malaysia, and the affect its processing plant is having on the nation.