Chemours signs deal to supply monazite for rare earth production

By William Clarke
Published: Wednesday, 16 December 2020

The US titanium dioxide producer Chemours has signed an offtake agreement to sell monazite ore from its mineral sand mines in Georgia for uranium and rare earth production.

Uranium mining company Energy Fuels will buy a minimum of 2,500 tonnes of monazite per year for processing at its White Mesa Mill in Utah. No sales price for the offtake deal, which will run for three years, has yet...

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