The project was awarded Northern Territory Government Major Projects status in 2017. Agreements were signed in 2017 with Traditional Owners to cover the existing Jervois mining lease area. KGL Resources has been granted mineral leases and indigenous land use agreements are in
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ensure security of supply of these minerals. These approaches include efforts to diversify supply and to source from countries with the geological capability to satisfy critical minerals demand. Australias Critical Minerals Strategy 2019 outlines the Liberal National Governments policy framework for our critical minerals market.
The Project is 100% owned by Northern Minerals and has several deposits and prospects containing high value dysprosium and other HREs, hosted in xenotime mineralisation. Dysprosium is an essential ingredient in the production of NdDyFeB magnets used in clean energy and high technology solutions.
manganese ore from various mine sites around the Northern Territory . Copper concentrate is a concentrated form of the raw copper mineral which is used to produce copper. The copper concentrate from Prominent Hill Mine contains 30 to 60 per cent
12/2/2021· Northern Minerals is a producer of dysprosium, which is a heavy rare earth element, from its 100% owned Browns Range project in Western Australia.
Read the critical minerals factsheet . Projects. The Northern Territory has a number of substantial critical minerals projects, with potential near term production of lithium, rare earths, vanadium, titanium, tungsten and molybdenum, and defined resources of cobalt, nickel and magnesium.
Get a summary of approved mine, extractive mineral and exploration sites: authorised mine, extractive and mineral exploration sites authorised mine, extractive and mineral exploration sites X Operating mines
Northern Minerals tenure around the Browns Range Project covers an area of approximately 2750km 2 and is centred on the Browns Range Dome, a major geological feature covering approximately 1,500km 2. The Dome is located in the northern Tanami region, within both Western Australia and the Northern Territory .