As the world slowly moves away from fossil fuels, here are eight juniors on the hunt for what may be this century’s greenest metal . Appia Rare Earths and Uranium
Appia Rare Earths and Uranium (CSE: API; US-OTC: APAAF) as the name suggests is hunting rare earth elements (REEs) as well as uranium in both the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan and Elliot Lake in Ontario. The company recognizes not only the potential importance of uranium in a decarbonized world, but also the fact that it frequently occurs with rare earths, another source of critical metals. Aerial view, Alces Lake property in Saskatchewan Appia’s Elliot Lake uranium-REE property includes 101 claims 3 km north of Elliot Lake. The property is also only 58 km northeast of Blind River, Ontario, where Cameco operates the world’s largest commercial uranium refinery.
Spurred by the necessities of the Cold War, uranium mines in Elliot Lake […]
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