Global Rare Earth Metal Market 2016: Industry Size, Analysis, Price, Share, Growth and Forecasts to 2021

Rare Earth Metal MarketMarket Research announces that it has a new study on Rare Earth Elements: Market Shares and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2011-2017. The study has 246 pages and 66 tables and figures.

The rest of the world was asleep as China grew to become a goliath in the rare earth industry. It took the rest of the world 20 years to wake up to the realization that the future of high technology could be in the hands of this one supplier. While there may be ample rare earth elements in the earth’s crust, the challenge is in locating reserves worth mining and putting into place the infrastructure and processes necessary to mine and process them.

The fundamental aspect of rare earth metals implementation relates to efficient extraction of the minerals forms deposits in the earth. Markets at $1.4 billion in 2010 are anticipated to reach $4.1 billion by 2017. Market growth comes as energy efficient units are built using rare earth elements.

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China produces 96 percent of the world’s rare earth metals. Industrialized countries have realized that with a monopoly position, comes responsibility. China reduced its second-half rare earth metal export quota for the minerals by 72 percent in July 2010. It is now further restricting exports Repercussions and strategic implications are likely if rare earth elements supply were to be disrupted. .Actions by China have drawn criticism from U.S. lawmakers and officials in Japan and Germany.

After discovering a potential site and conducting a feasibility study, this type of mining operation requires permits, financing, building of infrastructure. Infrastructure includes roads, railways. The acquisition of mining technology, transportation for the materials, making mining machinery available, and processing of the raw materials is difficult.

According to Susan Eustis, lead author of the study, “All of these steps to rebuild the industry outside China could take up to ten years. In the meantime, China has a huge lead in educating engineers and scientists and in all aspects of the rare earth metal industry. This is a topic that has been neglected in the US and the western world until now.” It has not been glamorous or interesting to professors, universities, and most of all students. It is set to become more significant in many countries.

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Table Of Content Of Rare Earth Metal Market:

China Becomes A Goliath In The Rare Earth Industry
Actions by China
Rare Earth Elements Market Shares
China Major Plans To Build A National Rare Earth
Resources Strategic Reserves Base
Rare Earth Elements Market Forecasts
Chinese Rare Earth Elements Companies Reduced

1.1 Term Rare Earth Is A Misnomer. They Are Not Rare At All
1.1.1 Discovery Of Rare Earth Elements
1.1.2 Mountain Pass Molybdenum Corporation of America
1.2 Rare Earth Elements
1.2.1 Definition of Rare Earth Elements
1.2.2 NdFeB Has Superior Permanent Magnetic Properties
1.2.3 Rare Earth Elements
1.3 Rare Earth Minerals Key In Growth Of Renewable Energy Technologies
1.4 Producing Rare Earth Oxides: No Small Task
1.4.1 China’s Clampdown On Exports
1.4.2 Dramatic Shift Is Beginning To Take Place
1.4.3 U.S. Rare Earth Deposits

2.1 China Becomes A Goliath In The Rare Earth Industry
2.1.1 Actions by China
2.1.2 Finding and Mining More Rare earth elements
2.1.3 Mountain Pass Mine in California Competing with China
2.1.4 Rare Earth Curbs May Prove a Windfall for Molycorp, Lynas as Prices Surge
2.2 Rare Earth Elements Market Shares
2.2.1 China Major Plans To Build A National Rare Earth Resources Strategic Reserves Base
2.2.2 Chinese Rare Earth Elements Companies Reduced
2.2.3 Molycorp Mountain Pass California
2.2.4 Alkane Rare Earth Market
2.2.5 Rare Earth Mineral Mining Market Shares
2.2.6 Rare Earth Mineral Market Production Shares
2.2.7 China
2.2.8 Glencore International AG
2.2.9 Lynas’ Mt. Weld
2.2.10 Molycorp’s Mountain Pass
2.2.11 Rare Earth Curbs Spur Opportunities for Molycorp, Lynas
2.3 Rare Earth Elements Market Forecasts
2.3.1 Rare Earth Mineral Molycom Market Forecasts
2.4 Global Rare Earth Market Profile
2.4.1 Rare Earth Elements Applications, Including Magnets
2.5 Rare Earth Mineral Applications
2.5.1 Military
2.5.2 Communications
2.5.3 Hybrid Electric Vehicles
2.5.4 Clean Drinking Water
2.5.5 Aircraft

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