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Old 04-20-2023, 04:14 AM
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Default Lynas says shared infrastructure will stoke critical minerals sector

Lynas Corporation, an Australian rare earths miner, has proposed the creation of shared infrastructure in Western Australia's Kimberley region to boost the critical minerals sector. The infrastructure would allow different companies to use the same processing facilities, reducing costs and increasing efficiency. The plan includes the construction of a concentrator, a hydrometallurgical plant, and other infrastructure that could support the production of battery minerals, rare earths, and other critical minerals. Lynas believes that this initiative would help to attract investment and create job opportunities in the region. However, the plan is still in the early stages, and Lynas has not yet secured any agreements with potential partners or investors.

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