Northern Minerals

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Northern Minerals Limited (ASX: NTU) aspires to be a principal supplier of ethically produced Rare Earth Metals and separated products from the world’s largest Heavy Rare Earth Element inventory within 10 years.

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What are
Rare Earths?

  1. Rare earths belong to the lanthanide series of elements with most only discovered in the last 120 years.

  2. Rare earths are critical in many applications such as: Hybrid vehicles, energy efficient lighting and wind turbines.

     

  3. An F-35 joint strike fighter includes 417 kilograms of rare earths.

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Overview

Browns Range Pilot Plant Project

Northern Minerals’ tenure around the Browns Range Project covers an area of approximately 3595km2 and is centred on the Browns Range Dome, a major geological feature covering approximately 1,500km2. The Dome is located in the northern Tanami region, within both Western Australia (WA) and the Northern Territory (NT).

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Resource

The Total Mineral Resource at the Project is now estimated at 9.26 Mt at 0.67% total rare earth oxides (TREO) comprising 62,189,000kg contained TREO using a cut-off grade of 0.15% TREO (classified and reported according to the guidelines of the 2012 JORC Code).

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Rare Earths

Rare earths play an important and growing role in our modern society despite being a relatively unknown group of elements. Hybrid vehicles, energy efficient lighting and wind turbines are among the applications in which rare earths are critical. Rare earths belong to the lanthanide series of elements with most only discovered in the last 120 years. Rare earths are more common than gold in the earth’s crust. The “rare” title comes from the limited economic abundance and from the complexity of extraction and processing.

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Projects

The diversification and strength of our key assets is one of our key value propositions as a company. Our current portfolio consists of our Flagship Browns Range Pilot Pant project, joined by our John Galt project in WA. Our Boulder Ridge Project located in the NT rounds out three different and crucial assets in our plan to develop and produce heavy rare earths.

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Active Engagement

We actively engage with all communities in which our projects are located. By working together we gain a better understanding of the expectations, challenges and opportunities that are created in these communities through the development of our projects.

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One of the key elements to our success is people