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Ernest Scheyder

U.S. Army extends deadline to apply for rare earths project financing

13 Dec 2019

The U.S. Army has extended by one week the deadline to apply for rare earths processing facility financing, the third deadline extension of a program intended to help Washington secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons.

U.S. Army extends deadline to apply for rare earths project financing

13 Dec 2019

Dec 13 The U.S. Army has extended by one week the deadline to apply for rare earths processing facility financing, the third deadline extension of a program intended to help Washington secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons.

Exclusive: U.S. Army will fund rare earths plant for weapons development

11 Dec 2019

The U.S. Army plans to fund construction of rare earths processing facilities, part of an urgent push by Washington to secure domestic supply of the minerals used to make military weapons and electronics, according to a government document seen by Reuters.

US-Militär will Bau von Seltene-Erden-Fabriken finanzieren

11 Dec 2019

Washington Das US-Militär will den Bau von Fabriken für die Verarbeitung der für moderne Waffen und Elektronik unentbehrlichen Seltenen Erden finanzieren.

U.S. copper frenzy grows as Rio Tinto plans $1.5 billion Utah mine expansion

03 Dec 2019

Rio Tinto Plc said on Tuesday it would spend $1.5 billion to expand its Kennecott copper mine in Utah, part of a growing trend by miners to invest in strategic mineral projects across the United States.

RPT-As lithium prices drop, private equity investors hunt for deals

25 Nov 2019

Nov 22 Private equity groups and other investors have grown emboldened by the lithium industry's malaise, forging plans to invest billions of dollars in mining projects to develop the electric vehicle battery metal.

As lithium prices drop, private equity investors hunt for deals

22 Nov 2019

Private equity groups and other investors have grown emboldened by the lithium industry's malaise, forging plans to invest billions of dollars in mining projects to develop the electric vehicle battery metal.

As lithium prices drop, private equity investors hunt for deals

22 Nov 2019

Nov 22 Private equity groups and other investors have grown emboldened by the lithium industry's malaise, forging plans to invest billions of dollars in mining projects to develop the electric vehicle battery metal.

Proposed standards for mining waste dams draw concerns from industry trade group

18 Nov 2019

VANCOUVER The world's largest mining trade group said on Monday it has concerns with global standards for mining waste dams being crafted by an independent panel of academics and engineers, especially how the new rules will apply equally to new and existing facilities.

Mining trade group voices concerns on proposed tailings dam standards

18 Nov 2019

VANCOUVER, Nov 18 The world's largest mining trade group said on Monday it has concerns with standards being considered for global tailings dam safety, especially how the new rules will apply to new and existing facilities.

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