Rio Tinto has uncovered a new method to recover high-purity scandium oxide using waste from the production of titanium dioxide at its production facilities in Canada.
The Australian Government is prioritising the development of the nation’s position as a global supplier of rare earths and high performance metals.
Australian Mines is confident the successful development of its cobalt-nickel-scandium “Sconi” project will put it at the forefront of the battery minerals industry.
Clean TeQ Holdings is appointing Macquarie Capital to search for a partner to work on the company’s Sunrise battery materials complex in New South Wales.
MinRex Resources has secured an agreement to acquire Clean Power Resources, the owner of three projects with cobalt and scandium potential in New South Wales and Western Australia.
Clean TeQ’s ambitious Sunrise nickel-cobalt-scandium project has just announced a major placement to raise a minimum of $150 million at $1.15 per share.
Platina Resources has awarded Ausenco with a contract to work with it to complete a definitive feasibility study (DFS) at the Owendale scandium-cobalt-nickel project in New South Wales.
Cobalt developer Australian Mines has signed an offtake agreement with South Korean electric vehicle (EV) battery manufacturer SK Innovation — parent SK Group is currently 95th on the Fortune Global 500 — for 100 per cent of production from the Sconi cobalt-nickel-scandium project in Queensland.
Following the installation of an important autoclave component at its Perth cobalt sulphate processing plant, battery metals producer Australian Mines has advised that the plant is on course for a late January completion.
Recent assays of historic drill sites in Goongarrie, Western Australia, have shown promising levels of scandium mineralisation, with a minimum cutoff of 50 grams per tonne.
Australian Mines plans to acquire the multi-commodity Sconi project in North Queensland from joint venture partner Metallica Minerals for $10 million.
Brisbane-based Lycopodium Minerals has signed an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract with EMC Metals Australia to build the Nyngan scandium project in New South Wales. Lycopodium has been awarded the majority of the services, including project management, engineering design and management, procurement services, contracting services, construction management and commissioning. “This contract allows technical … Continue reading EMC Metals secures EPCM contract for Lycopodium Minerals on scandium project
The NSW Department of Planning and Environment has approved the development of EMC Metals’ Nyngan Scandium Mine project in New South Wales.