- Global supply projections for total rare earth oxides (TREOs), extending out to 2017;
- Individual global supply & demand projections for oxides of the critical rare earths neodymium (Nd), europium (Eu), terbium (Tb), dysprosium (Dy) and yttrium (Y);
- The output of individual rare earths from the most advanced new projects outside of China– and the rather ominous implications of the results;
- A detailed evaluation of which rare earths will be in deficit, and for how long – with projections of when the transition to permanent surplus is likely to occur;
- Similar metrics for oxides of lanthanum (La) and cerium (Ce), the two most important non-critical rare earths;
- Quantitative rankings for each of the critical rare earths, of key mineral-deposit characteristics associated with the leading contenders for new sources of supply;
- A detailed evaluation of how long China will dominate the supply of each of the individual critical and non-critical rare earths reviewed – and the most important regions for new supply; and
- Dozens of charts, tables and figures to help you to visual the projections, and their implications.
In the next couple of weeks we’ll be doing a free Q & A teleconference for everyone who downloads a copy of the Report via the above link – look out for the details soon.
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