March 20, 2020: Search Minerals’ Greg Andrews on establishing a safe and secure rare earths supply chain in NA
"Canada has a very good auto market and as it transitions from internal combustion vehicles to electric vehicles, the supply chain of the EV market is not here in Canada. That needs to be established and it starts with rare earths...That is what we want to provide." States Greg Andrews, President, CEO and Director of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Peter Clausi at PDAC 2020.
Greg went on to say that Search Minerals is drilling for key rare earth magnets like neodymium, praseodymium, dysprosium and terbium. The rare earth permanent magnets are very important for the electric vehicle industry because an average electric car needs about a kilogram of the magnets. Greg also spoke on Search Minerals' patented Direct Extraction Technology. The technology successfully eliminates many stages of a conventional extraction process, thus reducing cost and increasing efficiencies in processing.
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FEBRUARY 18, 2020 - SEARCH MINERALS HOPING TO USE PATENTED TECHNOLOGY IN RECOVERY OF RARE EARTH METALS
Search Minerals Inc. (CVE: SMY) President and CEO Greg Andrews joined Steve Darling from Proactive in Vancouver to discuss the company that if focuses on the exploration and development of the Critical Rare Earth Element District in Southeastern Labrador, Canada.
Andrews talks about their projects and where they are in development and also where they plan on building their demonstration plant as they look to support Canadian and US government collaboration efforts to establish a North American REE earth supply chain.
November 26, 2019 - Lifton with Greg Andrews on Search Minerals’ rare earths pilot plant
Oct 25, 2019 - Greg Andrews on how Search’s 2nd resource discovery makes this rare earths deal worth a second look
March 20, 2019 - Dr. Dreisinger on searching for neodymium and praseodymium in Labrador
March 19, 2019 - Search Minerals’ Greg Andrews provides an update on the critical rare earths district of SE Labrador
March 26, 2018 - Search Minerals CEO on the trending rare earths market
June 28, 2017 - SEARCH Minerals CEO on Becoming the Next North American Supplier of Rare Earths
June 28, 2017 -- In a recent presentation at InvestorIntel's 6th Annual Technology Metals Summit, Greg Andrews, President and CEO of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY) delivered a presentation titled "Search Minerals Reaches Another Milestone to Becoming the next North American Rare Earth Supplier". Addressing industry and investors alike, Greg provides an overview of their milestone-based financing strategy, where money is raised on a step-by-step basis. Located in Southeast Labrador, Canada, Greg also discusses the community and government support that comes from working in the district.
APRIL 5, 2017 - INVESTOR INTEL INTERVIEW WITH GREG ANDREWS, CEO / PRESIDENT
Greg Andrews, President and CEO of Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss Search Minerals progress towards becoming the next producer of rare earths and sustainability challenges in North America (NA). With a technology advantage, Greg discusses Search Minerals’ metallurgy patent which increases recovery rates and reduces the cost of production for rare earths. Specifically, Search is taking their 99% pure rare earth oxide to refineries, which will obviously increase the NA supply.
MARCH 24, 2017 - INVESTOR INTEL INTERVIEW WITH DR. DAVID DREISINGER, VP METALLURGY
March 24, 2017 - Dr. David Dreisinger, Vice President of Metallurgy and Director of Search Minerals (TSXV: SMY) in an interview with Tracy Weslosky, Publisher for InvestorIntel speaks about the Company's recent success in pilot plant testing its proprietary metallurgical process at SGS Laboratories in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada. Recoveries exceeded expectations and demonstrated the ability to produces a high purity rare earth concentrate. Dr. Dreisinger outlines the tremendous competitive advantages this much simplified metallurgical process offer in terms of labour and equipment cost savings and to project scalability.