Queensland opens the door to the global rare earth and uranium mining industry


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The State of Queensland in Australia has opened the door to the global rare earth and uranium mining industry for the right to explore for significant quantities of easily accessible light rare earth elements Lanthanum, Cerium and Neodymium.

A competitive tender process is now open for exploration at the former Mary Kathleen mine site, in the resource rich North West Queensland Mineral Province. When the mine was operational, it contained deposits of both uranium and rare earth elements, however only the uranium was extracted.

The Queensland Minister for Mines, Andrew Cripps has released a short video inviting the mining industry to Queensland.

Please see the attached media release for more information.

View the Minister’s video here:

Download the Minister’s video here:

Tender website:

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