Rare Earth Bull - Resource Investor

Rare-earth deposits are not rare; they are just rarely put into production. Why is that? It is because of pricing economics driven by supply and demand. The demand for the rare earths as raw materials is today in southeast Asia, so it should not be surprising to see how the producing supply base has migrated to that part of the world. Yet pundits and politically charged writers keep hinting...

Introduction to Rare Earth Elements and Stans Energy Corporation

This video offers a brief introduction to the Who, What, Where, When and Why of Rare Earth Elements (REEs). It also introduces Stans Energy Corporation -- which is a Canadian mining company operating in Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Stans Energy is uniquely poised to benefit from the world's restricted...

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  1. Stans Energy Responds To Kyrgyz Media Report
    In December 2009, Stans acquired a 20-year mining license for the past-producing Kutessay II rare earth mine from the Kyrgyz Republic. On May 26, 2011 Stans completed the purchase of the Kashka Rare Earth Processing Plant (KRP) the same plant that 
  2. Stans Energy Approved As Participant in Skolkovo Government Grant Program
    Stans is currently evaluating new rare earth and metals projects outside of Kyrgyzstan that could benefit from the processing and metallurgical technologies that would be developed by DIDIM. Should the Company resolve its issues with the Government of 
  3. The National UAE at the centre of global trade in smuggled cheetahs
    November 2011: An Iraqi man bound for Dubai is arrested at an airport in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, after security staff find four saker falcons in his suitcase. September 2012: Indian authorities “Almost overwhelmingly that goes to the UAE,” said Dr
  4. Live Trading News China Must Address Rare Earth Industry Chaos
    Speaking at the Sixth Baotou China Rare Earth Industry Forum, Jia Yinsong, an official of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), said the illegal mining, production and selling of rare earth materials have already taken the shape
  5. Pakistan's glaciers: Data-sharing needed
    In April, a team of 45 Pakistani and international climate experts took part in a rare field visit to the region to get a first-hand look at the problem. The researchers spent nine days trekking to remote glaciers and meeting communities in the The

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  1. A one-minute video created by a science teacher editing together images taken by the International Space Station has become an internet hit.
  2. Rare earths are an expensive and necessary component of strong permanent magnets. However, their use for this purpose can be optimised and thereby reduced. This has been demonstrated in computer simulations by a Special Research Program funded by the Austrian Science Fund FWF. The results, which...
  3. China’s rare-earth monopoly is yet another example of its refusal to play by the rules.

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  1. Published by M.E. Sharpe 2013
    ISBN 9780765635068,0765635062
    pages
  2. Published by Int'l Business Publications 2012
    ISBN 1438770251,9781438770253
    300 pages
    Kyrgyzstan Business Law Handbook - Strategic Information and Basic Laws
  3. Published by John Wiley & Sons 2012
    ISBN 9781118152911,1118152913
    288 pages
    A fascinating insight into the global battle for our energy future The global competition for scarce natural resources that pits the West against the super-hot economies of China and India, plus a clutch of other contenders including Russia, Brazil, and Indonesia, has become one of the biggest issues facing the world today. Whether it is the rare metal lithium found in salt pans in the Andes, gas from the Caspian Sea, oil off the coast of Brazil, coal from Africa's Zambezi River, or uranium from Kazakhstan, China and India are desperate to ensure the security of their future energy supplies. The same goes for food and water, as contamination and over-use take their toll, the need to provide continued access for the next generation and beyond has increased exponentially. In Earth Wars: The Battle for Global Resources, international business journalist Geoff Hiscock explores the problems, potential solutions, and inevitable tensions in this ongoing scramble for finite natural resources. Going beyond "big power" politics to explore resource ownership and the use of innovative technology to get the most out of them, the book takes a forward-looking approach to this pressing issue. Written in clear, jargon-free language, it tells the global resources story in a fresh and engaging way that anyone can understand. Includes insightful, up-to-the-minute coverage of the most pressing debates over resource allocations Discusses the major Chinese and Indian businesses that are just becoming known to those in the West (Sinopec, CNOOC, CNPC, Indian Oil, ONGC, Reliance, Coal India, SAIL, and many others) Presents resource- and region-specific chapters to help readers view the pertinent issues from multiple angles As the economies of China and India grow to challenge those of the West, the battle over natural resources will continue to heat up. Earth Wars looks at this very real problem in-depth, presenting a definitive look at one of the greatest challenges of our time.
  4. Published by Government Printing Office 2011
    ISBN 141132966X,9781411329669
    pages
  5. Published by DIANE Publishing 2011
    ISBN 9781437942989,1437942989
    96 pages
    The rare earth elements (REE) are 15 elements with atomic no. 57 through 71, from lanthanum to lutetium, plus yttrium. Although industrial demand for these elements is relatively small in tonnage terms, they are essential for a diverse and expanding array of high-tech applications. REE-containing magnets, metal alloys for batteries and lightweight structures, and phosphors are essential for many current and emerging alternative energy technologies, such as electric vehicles, energy-efficient lighting, and wind power. REE are also critical for a number of key defense systems. This study provides a non-technical overview of domestic reserves and resources of REE and possibilities for utilizing those resources. Illus. This is a print on demand report.

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  1. Rare Earth Bull - Resource Investor. Rare-earth deposits are not rare; they are just rarely put into production. Why is that? It is because of pricing economics ...
  2. Canadian miner Stans Energy Corp. is carrying out grade and feasibility assessments at their Kutessay II deposit in Kyrgyzstan in the belief it could be the first ...
  3. Surging rare-earth prices are spurring developments of deposits in Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Greenland as China cuts exports of the metals used in ...
  4. Stans Energy is aiming to establish the first major heavy rare earths mine outside China through the reopening a former Soviet mine in Kyrgyzstan.
  5. The Rare Earth Investing Newsletter: Get our independent commentary on rare earth trends and companies delivered to your inbox. The long-term outlook for ...
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Best viewed large! Lying at the foot of the West Tien Shan Mountains Zhabagly village is the gateway to Aksu-Zhabagly State Natural Reserve, which is located in the western extremity of the Talasski Alatau ridge, on...
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Shot at the Ak-Tuz extraction factory of rare-earth metals
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