The Australian Government is focussing its attention on identifying and progressing opportunities within the critical minerals and rare earths sectors. Salomae Haselgrove finds out what role two Australian companies can play.
Heavy rare earth producers are enjoying significant price gains brought about by global trade tensions between the United States and China.
Keep up with the latest executive movements across the mining sector, including at New Century Resources, Northern Minerals, Auris Minerals and more.
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Northern Minerals has set its sights on extending the life of the Browns Range rare earths project in Western Australia by more than 20 years.
Northern Minerals has decided to partially restart operations and exploration at the Browns Range rare earths project in Western Australia following the lift of Commonwealth biosecurity restrictions.
Mines in the Kimberly region of Western Australia are set to benefit from the the state government’s lift on interstate travel restrictions.
Northern Minerals plans to use renewable energy to power the Browns Range rare earth operation in Western Australia.
Northern Minerals has signed investor agreements to raise $22 million to develop its projects, including the Browns Range operation in Western Australia.
Northern Minerals has temporarily halted operations at the Browns Range mine in East Kimberly, Western Australia as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Northern Minerals expects to achieve nameplate capacity rates at the Browns Range heavy rare earth pilot plant in Western Australia in the coming months.
Northern Minerals is set to raise $20 million, which will be used towards the progression of its Browns Range rare earths project in Western Australia.
Northern Minerals has signed an offtake agreement with Thyssenkrupp Materials for 100 per cent of offtake from the Browns Range pilot plant project.
Northern Minerals has cancelled its rare earths carbonate offtake agreement with China’s Lianyugang Zeyu New Materials Sales (JFMAG), following a breach of the agreement.
Northern Minerals will launch an ambitious ramp up of exploration and development at its Browns Range rare earths project in Western Australia after securing new funding.
Northern Minerals is continuing its streak of capital raisings, this time seeking $22 million to help repay debts and further advance the Browns Range heavy rare earths pilot project in Western Australia.
Northern Minerals is raising $15 million in funding to develop its Browns Range heavy rare earth pilot plant in Western Australia and to repay research and development costs.
Dysprosium price has shown “seriously positive moves”, shooting up more than 20 per cent at a time when Lynas is bringing M&A focus to the forefront.
Northern Minerals has entered into two separate agreements for $27 million in funding for the development of its Browns Range heavy rare earth pilot plant in Western Australia.
Northern Minerals has proposed using a new ore sorting technology on its existing Browns Range stockpiles to increase production of rare earths in northern Western Australia.