- Canadian mineral explorer Appia Rare Earths & Uranium is acquiring project sites with rare earth element (“REE”) potential to help sustain American hemisphere independence in the REE supply chain
- The People’s Republic of China currently enjoys a near-monopoly over REE mining and production, leading Western nations to seek greater security for the metallic elements vital to modern computer technologies and the strong magnets used in them
- Appia recently reported updated results from its drilling programs designed to identify the extent of REE mineralization at the company’s project site in central Brazil, expressing excitement over the project’s potential
- The company is also exploring for REEs in Saskatchewan and Ontario, Canada, and recently completed an NI43-101 technical report on the Saskatchewan site
Mineral exploration company Appia Rare Earths & Uranium (CSE: API) (OTCQX: APAAF) recently announced an update on its efforts to identify the extent of rare earth element REE-laden clays at a newly acquired project site in Brazil, expressing excitement over the promising results of exploration thus far.
Earlier this year, Appia announced a definitive agreement to acquire a 70 percent interest in the 17,000-plus hectare PCH Project located in the Goiás State of central Brazil, and began an aggressive auger and…
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