The “robust economics” of Search Minerals Rare Earths

March 22, 2016 — In a special InvestorIntel interview, Publisher Tracy Weslosky speaks with Greg Andrews, President and CEO for Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY) about the recently announced enhanced economics from an updated preliminary economic assessment for the Foxtrot … Continue reading

Understanding Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturing Economics, Part 2

A few weeks ago I characterized batteries as “chemistry in a can” because there’s only one way to make a lithium-ion cell and the key manufacturing technologies have existed for decades. That means manufacturers who trumpet better battery technologies are … Continue reading

Search Minerals Announces Enhanced Economics in Updated Preliminary Economic Assessment of Foxtrot REE Project

February 16, 2016 (Source) – Search Minerals Inc. (“Search” or the “Company”) (TSX Venture: SMY) is pleased to announce the results of an updated Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”) on its Foxtrot Rare Earth Element Project (“Foxtrot Project”) located in SE … Continue reading

Understanding Lithium-Ion Battery Manufacturing Economics, Part 1

Everyone who pays even casual attention to the green media knows that lithium-ion battery prices have fallen sharply over the last 20 years and they’re universally expected to fall even faster as better battery technology and ill-defined “economies of scale” work … Continue reading

Triton Minerals delivers impressive project economics at Nicanda Hill Graphite Project

In November, Australia’s Triton Minerals (‘Triton’, ASX: TON) completed its 2014 drilling campaign at Nicanda Hill last month featuring drill core intercepts have been in excess of 15% graphitic carbon (GC) the Nicanda Hill property, part of its Balama North … Continue reading