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German Government backs Arafura rare earths with €106.5m loan guarantees for Nolans project

Arafura Rare Earths has achieved a major milestone with conditional approval for up to $115m (€106.5m) in loan guarantees from the German Government’s Inter-Ministerial...

Unlocking Greenland’s strategic mineral potential for transatlantic energy security

In the global race for green resources, the United States and the European Union have an opportunity to collaborate on Greenland's substantial mineral wealth....

China tightens rare-earth regulation to support green and technological advancements

China's approval of a significant new regulation on rare-earth elements is poised to enhance the sector's green and high-quality development amid increasing demand for...

Securing Europe’s energy future: Addressing strategic dependencies in critical raw materials through ownership insights

The energy transition requires vast quantities of critical raw materials (CRMs), many of which are mined and processed in countries that are geographically and...

EU confronts hurdles in reaching rare earths targets under new mineral legislation

The EU faces significant challenges in meeting its ambitious goals to boost domestic output of critical minerals and reduce dependence on China, as outlined...

Romania advances mining code amendments to harness critical materials amid environmental considerations

The Romanian government has approved amendments to the Mining Code to facilitate the reopening of non-energy mining operations, announced Economy Minister Radu Oprea on...

La Rochelle’s rare earth plant: Solvay’s strategy to reignite Europe’s mineral independence

Solvay, the current owner of a once-prominent rare earth processing plant in La Rochelle, France, is taking ambitious steps to rejuvenate the facility and...

Mining, sovereignty and the environment: The high-stakes arbitration in Greenland

The arbitration case involving Greenland Minerals (GM), a subsidiary of Energy Transition Minerals (ETM), and the governments of Greenland and Denmark, touches on a...

Sweden’s strategic Initiative in Europe’s rare metal supply chain: Sustainability goals and geopolitical shifts

Europe's pursuit of climate and sustainability targets, coupled with a desire to reduce dependency on a single autocratic superpower, underscores the critical need for...
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