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Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project Namibia Critical Metals

Rare earth mineralization at Lofdal is hosted in carbonatite dykes, structural zones and plugs exhibiting grades between 0.2-3% total rare earths (“TREO” which includes yttrium) and often exhibiting exceptional heavy rare earth enrichment (“HREE”) greater than 50%. Rare earth deposits containing greater than 10% heavy rare earths (“HREO”) can be considered to be enriched in heavy rare earths.

Japan's JOGMEC bets on Lofdal heavy rare earths project in

01/04/2021 The Lofdal project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square kilometers centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a large number of rare earth occurrences, including the Area 4 deposit and the Area 2B deposit. Mineralization in both deposits is dominated by xenotime, a heavy

Namibia Critical Metals drills 7 metres of 0.58% rare

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. [NMI-TSXV; NMREF-OTC] provided an update with further drill results from the Area 2B satellite deposit on the Lofdal heavy rare earth project in northern Namibia. Lofdal is a joint venture between the company and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp. (JOGMEC) which is operating under a term 1 budget of $4.1-million. Since the company’s previous update on November

Namibia Critical Metals Successful Drilling Campaign on

18/06/2020 The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square kilometers centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a number of rare earth occurrences, including the Area 4 deposit (Figure 1). Mineralization at Area 4 is

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. Final Drill Results from Area

01/02/2021 The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square kilometers centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a number of rare earth occurrences, including the Area 4 deposit and the Area 2B deposit. Mineralization in both deposits is dominated by

Junior partners with JOGMEC on rare earths project in

NMI said Lofdal's Area 4 deposit had a 2.88 million tonne indicated resource grading 0.32% total rare earth oxides for 9,230t, of which 7,050t were estimated to be heavy rare earth oxides.

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. Final Drill Results from Area

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square kilometers centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a number of rare earth occurrences, including the Area 4 deposit and the Area 2B deposit. Mineralization in

Namibia Critical Metals JOGMEC Injects an Additional

21/09/2020 As demonstrated in our Preliminary Economic Assessment Lofdal has the potential for significant production of dysprosium and terbium, the two most valuable heavy rare earths used in high powered magnets. JOGMEC is supporting the security of light rare earth supplies for Japan by applying its financial scheme to Lynas Corporation.

Projects: Namibia Critical Metals

1. Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths: REE: Advanced 43-101 resource and PEA completed; mining license pending: 1 EPL, 1 ML pending: 210.3: 2. Kunene Cobalt-Copper: Co, Cu, Zn: Brownfields multiple targets sampled with drilling: 7 EPLs (1 pending renewal, 1 pending grant) 2858.7: 3. Epembe Tantalum-Niobium: Ta, Nb, U, P: Brownfields multiple targets sampled

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. Namibia Rare Earths Inc.

Our target commodities now include cobalt, copper, gold, lithium, niobium, nickel, tantalum, vanadium and rare earths. Demand for critical metals is driven by innovations linked to energy and technology transformations. The diversity of our portfolio provides flexibility in response to these changing market dynamics. Namibia is a proven and stable mining jurisdiction. Our operational team lives there. They

Namibia Critical Metals drills 7 metres of 0.58% rare

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. [NMI-TSXV; NMREF-OTC] provided an update with further drill results from the Area 2B satellite deposit on the Lofdal heavy rare earth project in northern Namibia. Lofdal is a joint venture between the company and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corp. (JOGMEC) which is operating under a term 1 budget of $4.1-million. . Since the company’s previous update on

Namibia Critical Metals Successful Drilling Campaign on

18/06/2020 The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square kilometers centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a number of rare earth occurrences, including the Area 4 deposit (Figure 1). Mineralization at Area 4 is dominated by xenotime, which is

Namibia Critical Metals and JOGMEC Conclude

27/01/2020 Overview of the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Project The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is the most advanced project in the Company and comprises

Namibia Critical Metals Successful Drilling Campaign on

HALIFAX, NS / ACCESSWIRE / June 18, 2020 / Namibia Critical Metals Inc. ("Namibia Critical Metals" or the "Company" or "NMI") (TSXV:NMI) today provided an update on progress on the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project ("Lofdal") in northern Namibia, which is a joint venture between the Company and Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation ("JOGMEC").

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. JOGMEC Elects to Move to

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square

Namibia Critical Metals Heavy Rare Earth Project New

HALIFAX, NS / ACCESSWIRE / January 5, 2021 / Namibia Critical Metals Inc. ("Namibia Critical Metals" or the "Company" or "NMI") (TSXV:NMI) is pleased to provide an update with further drill results from the Area 2B satellite deposit on the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Project in northern Namibia ("Lofdal" or

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. Final Drill Results from Area

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square

Lofdal heavy rare earths YouTube

Objective Capital's Rare Earths, Speciality & Strategic MetalsInvestment Summit 2012Ironmongers' Hall, City of London13-14 March 2012Speaker: Don Burton, N...

Junior partners with JOGMEC on rare earths project in

Junior partners with JOGMEC on rare earths project in Namibia. Namibia Critical Metals (TSXV: NMI) said Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation had agreed to earn 50% of its Lofdal heavy

China continues dominance of rare earths markets to 2030

China produced 85% of the world’s rare earths refined products in 2020, but with Chinese domestic output leveling off, imports of rare earths to China are forecast to grow to 80,000 tonnes per

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. JOGMEC Elects to Move to

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square

Namibia Critical Metals and JOGMEC Conclude

27/01/2020 Overview of the Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Project The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is the most advanced project in the Company and comprises

Namibia Critical Metals, JOGMEC to develop Lofdal rare

28/01/2020 The Lofdal heavy rare earths project is located 450km northwest of the capital city of Windhoek, and around 25km northwest of the town of Khorixas in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project includes Exclusive Prospecting Licence (EPL) 3400, covers a total of 314km 2 centered on the Lofdal carbonatite complex which hosts a number of rare earth occurrences,

Namibia Rare Earths Releases PEA for Lofdal INN

Namibia Rare Earths (TSX:NRE,OTCQX:NMREF) reported results of a preliminary economic assessment for its Lofdal Rare Earths Project in Namibia.

Namibia Critical Metals Inc. Final Drill Results from Area

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia. The project area covers 314 square

Lofdal heavy rare earths YouTube

Objective Capital's Rare Earths, Speciality & Strategic MetalsInvestment Summit 2012Ironmongers' Hall, City of London13-14 March 2012Speaker: Don Burton, N...

Namibia Critical Metals and JOGMEC Conclude

27/01/2020 The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earths Project is the most advanced project in the Company and comprises Exclusive Prospecting Licence ("EPL") 3400, located 450 kilometers northwest of the capital city of Windhoek, and approximately 25 kilometers northwest of the town of Khorixas in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia (Figure 1). EPL 3400 covers a total of 314 square kilometers

Namibia Rare Earths Inc.: Preliminary Economic

A NI 43-101 compliant report entitled Preliminary Economic Assessment on the Lofdal Rare Earths Project, Namibia (“the Report”)will be filed on SEDAR within 45 days. The MDM Group is the principal author under the supervision of David S. Dodd, B. Sc (Hon) FSAIMM who is a Qualified Person in accordance with NI 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. Sections of the Report

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Objective Capital's Rare Earths, Speciality & Strategic Metals Investment Summit 2012 Ironmongers' Hall, City of London 13-14 March 2012 Speaker: Don Burton,

RE still on China Negative List; EU out of patience; India

Namibia Critical Metals advancing Lofdal rare earths project. The current mineral resource at Area 4 has been drilled to depths of between 125 to 225 vertical metres and is estimated to be 2.88 million tonnes Indicated grading 0.32% TREO, yielding 9,230 tonnes of REO, of which 7,050 tonnes are estimated to be heavy rare earth oxides (HREO), and 3.28 million tonnes Inferred grading 0.27% TREO