Stock Performance of Rare Earth Companies H1 2020

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List of Rare Earths Deposits ex China



The purpose of this list is to give a general overview on the rare earth space outside China. This is not investment advice, please do your own in-depth research, starting with the links provided.

Explanations:
  • MR means mineable resource. The quantity indication is in millions of metric tons.
  • TREO means total rare earth oxides.
  • "-" means no data have been made available, for example because the absence of authoritative documentation such as National Instrument 43-101, but not exclusively.
  • "N/A" means "not available".
  • TREO are indicated as percentage of mineable resource and as total quantity in millions of metric tons. To give you a scale, the total rare earth imports of USA in 2019 were ca. 0.020 mio tons, roughly equivalent to one year of US rare earths consumption.
  • While a number of deposits may be considered being too small, the large size of a deposit is not necessarily an indicator of its feasibility.
  • Be reminded, that rare earth is not single ore and not single element mining, it is the whole chain of lanthanides plus scandium and yttrium from a variety of different ores and clays.
  • Not one deposit is like the other. There are large differences between them, which affects their feasibility. For example, the quantity of each rare earth oxide contained can differ widely.
  • The quantity of TREO is based on 100%. However, generally much less than 100% are recoverable in the process. Some elements of some deposits may not be recoverable at all.
  • Some deposits are "polymetallic", i.e. they contain also substantial percentages of non-rare earth metals, e.g. zirconium, hafnium, niobium, et al.

Notes:
  1. Not all data are from authoritative documentation. Some may be preliminary data published by the relevant operator or historic data.
  2. While we strive to keep this list updated, there is no guarantee that the data on this site are accurate, up to date, complete or correct.
  3. Errors & Omissions Excluded. We reject all and any liability for the contents of this list. We offer the information in the list free of charge as a general overview over the rare earth junior miner landscape.

For additional deposits please see this list here.

2019 Imports of Major Rare Earths Consumers

European Union

EU rare earth imports fall 17% in 2019. Largest supplier remains Russia.

EU RE imports 2018: 12,467 t
EU RE imports 2019: 10,627 t
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United States

USA rare earths import quantity increased 16% over 2018. China's share on imports drops below 80%

US RE imports 2018: 17,033 t
US RE imports 2019: 20,231 t
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Japan

Japan rare earths import quantity 2019 drops 10%. Malaysia's share of Japan rare earth imports drops by half to 7%.

Japan RE imports 2018: 21,054 t
Japan RE imports 2019: 18,879 t
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Korea

Korea rare earths imports in 2019 climb 16.3% over 2018.

Korea RE imports 2018: 3,153.2 t
Korea RE imports 2019: 3,666.5 t
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Taiwan

Taiwan rare earth imports drop 35% year on year.

Taiwan RE imports 2018: 1,970.6 t
Taiwan RE imports 2019: 1,268.2 t
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Thailand

Thailand RareEarths imports rise 17.3% yoy to US$ 42.3 mio

Thailand RE imports 2018: $36,085,984.49
Thailand RE imports 2019: $42,290,615.01
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Total China exports of rare earths in 2019 were 46,330 t, 13% less than 2018.

China monthly rare earths exports 2016-2019

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Malaysia Rare Earth Exports 2019

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Sources Malaysia Trade Statistics in RM, average exchange rates RM/USD from netcials.com.
Errors & Omissions Excluded.

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