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Pensana’s rare earth processing hub

Early-stage development has started on the establishment of Pensana’s rare earth processing hub at the Saltend Chemicals Park in Humber, in the UK following...

Greenland’s rare earths and EU’s exploitation plan

A new two-party coalition government on the autonomous Danish territory is planning to stop one of the world’s biggest rare earth mining projects over...

Greenland election results could halt rare-earth mining

Since Greenland held its first election in 1979, the social democratic party Siumut has been in power, with only one exception of four years. Now...

Interest in Greenland’s rare-earths

Greenland has what the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) calls the world’s biggest undeveloped deposits of rare earth metals. Deposit is a term that means...

Greenland’s rare-earths potential and the ‘green power’

Greenland has huge resources of metals known as rare-Earths, used to create compact, super-strong magnets that help power equipment such as wind turbines, electric vehicles,...

Russian rare and rare earth metals production plan for global leadership

Large corporations from the U.S., Europe, Japan and South Korea are extremely interested in rare and rare earth metals supplies from Russia. The global...

Greenland’s snap election could shape rare-earth access

Among the lofty dramatics of geopolitics, international observers now find themselves paying attention to the operation of a tiny democracy of 56,000 people, most...

Greenland rare earths project close to approval

Rare earths, which contain 17 different minerals, are found in Greenland, and the mine on the top of Kuannersuit, some 600 meters above sea...

Greenland Minerals’ Kvanefjeld project in Greenland able to meet growing rare-earth demand

Kvanefjeld Rare Earth Project in Greenland is one of the most advanced rare earth projects globally. The permitting process for Kvanefjeld, requires three impact...
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