Greg Andrews with Jack Lifton on Advancing Search Minerals Towards a Total Domestic Rare Earth Supply Chain
In a recent InvestorIntel interview, Jack Lifton spoke with Greg Andrews, President, CEO, and Director of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY | OTCQB: SHCMF) about how its recent MoU for an offtake agreement with USA Rare Earth puts Search Minerals in the top tier of North American rare earth ventures.
In this InvestorIntel interview, which may also be viewed on YouTube (click here to subscribe to the InvestorIntel Channel), Jack started by complementing Search as “Canada’s first rare earths company to be involved in a domestic North American total rare earths enabled product supply chain.” Greg Andrews then said that Search already has rare earth resources with excellent infrastructure, and has a patented selective extraction process. Greg also explained that Search is progressing towards its end goal of entering the high value add section of the rare earths supply chain, the production of metals and alloys.
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About Search Minerals Inc.
Led by a proven management team and board of directors, Search Minerals is focused on finding and developing deposits of the Critical Rare Earths Elements (CREE), and of Zirconium (Zr) and Hafnium (Hf) resources within the emerging Port Hope Simpson – St. Lewis CREE District of South East Labrador. The Company controls a belt 63 km long and 2 km wide and is road accessible, on tidewater, and located with access to 3 local communities. Search has completed a preliminary economic assessment report for its FOXTROT site, and a resource estimate for its DEEP FOX site. Search is also working on three exploration prospects along its part of the St. Lewis District, which are named, and include: FOX MEADOW, SILVER FOX and AWESOME FOX.
Greg Andrews went on to emphasize that Search has continued to optimize its patented Direct Extraction Process technology with generous support from the Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador (“InnovateNL”), and from the Atlantic Canada Opportunity Agency (“ACOA”). He said that Search has completed two pilot plant operations and produced a highly purified mixed rare earth carbonate concentrate and a mixed REO concentrate for use in testing individual rare earth separation and refining.
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