Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) has announced the final outcomes of comprehensive work programs regarding its Nolans rare earths project in Australia’s Northern Territory.
As quoted in the press release:
As foreshadowed in previous ASX announcements, these programs have identified many improvements to the existing project structure that will deliver a more competitive and
Friday May 20th the first annual European Rare Earth Roundtable, hosted by Adamas Intelligence and the Technology, Rare and Electronic Materials Center. Following the event, the Investing News Network reached out to Ryan Castilloux of Adamas Intelligence to get some updated insight into the market.
Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) has reduced its operating costs by roughly 15 percent for its Nolans rare earth project in Australia’s Northern Territory.
As quoted in the press release:
The Nolans Project OPEX has been reduced to A$12.36/kg of TREO (total rare earth oxide), a 15% reduction from the previous A$14.51/kg of TREO.
Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with South Korea’s OCI Company to establish a joint venture for a rare earth separation plant in South Korea.
Grove talks about what the company has been up to lately, and also delves into some specifics regarding Commerce’s Ashram rare earth deposit.
Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) provided an update on the progress of a feasibility work at its Nolans project. The company reported that final terms of reference for the project Environmental Impact Statement have been finalized by the Northern Territory Environment Protection Authority.
Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) reported that it has reduced its operating costs by 7 percent to US$11.22 per kilogram of rare earth oxide equivalent.
Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) released its quarterly activities report for the three months ended March 31 2015. The company reported a cash balance of A$15.8 million at the end of the period.
Here’s a look at some of the top stories from Rare Earth Investing News from the first quarter of the year. On the list are market commentaries from analysts, a look at companies that attended PDAC and an article on recent discoveries in the sector.
While plans to ban uranium mining in Queensland have miners in the state up in arms, other Australian states are reportedly ready to reap the benefits.
Jon Hykawy of Stormcrow Capital on the state of the rare earths market and what’s ahead for prices in 2015.
A research note from Stormcrow Capital took a look at Australia’s Arafura Resources (ASX:ARU) and the company’s advanced feasibility stage Nolans rare earths project. Giving the company a “positive” rating and a target price of $0.35, the analysts saw the deposit at Nolans as “one of the largest and lowest
Rox Resources released bonanza drill results from its Bonya copper project in Australia’s Northern Territory on Monday. In a normal market they would have been met with applause, but instead the company’s share price closed down 6.5 percent.
To get more insight into what recent developments could mean for the rare earths sector, Rare Earth Investing News spoke with Jon Hykawy, president and director of Stormcrow Capital. Overall he is hopeful that things could be looking up for the sector.
In a video interview with InvestorIntel, Gavin Lockyer, managing director of Arafura Resources Ltd. (ASX:ARU), talks about the highlights of this year’s International Conference on Rare Earth Resources and Market, commenting that Chinese producers “certainly are keen to see other non-Chinese producers up and running.”