Dr. Jonathan Hykawy of Stormcrow Capital on initiating research coverage of Ucore Rare Metals

In this InvestorIntel interview with host Tracy Weslosky, Stormcrow Capital Ltd.‘s President and Director Dr. Jonathan Hykawy talks about his Equity Research Report on Ucore Rare Metals Inc. (TSXV: UCU | OTCQX: UURAF).

In the interview, which can also be viewed in full on the InvestorIntel YouTube channel (click here), Dr. Hykawy discusses Ucore Rare Metals’ use of the RapidSX™ REE separation technology to produce rare earths with “a very significant reduction in capital costs” and a faster throughput in a smaller plant, while relying on the same chemicals and the same sort of technology as conventional SX. Dr. Hykawy goes on to say that the RapidSX™ REE separation technology has passed the scrutiny of third-party examiners engaged to look at the technology for outside investors, who estimated it as three times as efficient as conventional SX.

Dr. Hykawy goes to to discuss some of the other competitive advantages Ucore Rare Metals offers investors, including support from the Alaskan government and the current “pragmatic and dedicated” management team, including CEO Pat Ryan.

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About Ucore Rare Metals Inc.

Ucore is focused on rare- and critical-metals resources, extraction, beneficiation, and separation technologies with the potential for production, growth, and scalability. Ucore has an effective 100% ownership stake in the Bokan-Dotson Ridge Rare Earth Element Project in Southeast Alaska, USA. Ucore’s vision and plan is to become a leading advanced technology company, providing best-in-class metal separation products and services to the mining and mineral extraction industry.

Through strategic partnerships, Ucore’s vision includes disrupting the People’s Republic of China’s control of the US REE supply chain through the near-term development of a heavy and light rare-earth processing facility – the Alaska Strategic Metals Complex in Southeast Alaska and the long-term development of Ucore’s heavy-rare-earth-element mineral-resource property located at Bokan Mountain on Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.

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3 responses

  1. Rare Earths Investor Avatar
    Rare Earths Investor

    Is Ucore going to face any permitting problems with its proposed mine and processing facility? State promises are one thing but even the Alaskan gov’ has decried the Federal road blocks put in the way of Alaska’ trying to open up critical metals projects, never mind the NGO oppositon which can tie up projects in the court system for years.

    As a RE investor, this is a paramount question for me as I look at the choice of 15 or so RE projects housed in N. America lone.

    GLTA – REI

  2. Jack Lifton Avatar
    Jack Lifton

    Rare Earth Investor,
    You raise a good point about permitting roadblocks. Most “analysts” do not cover this aspect of mine development. They usually don’t understand its impact, because they have no experience of actually developing a deposit or operating a mining or refining venture. The general almost complete ignorance of “journalists” with regard to where natural resources come from and what is necessary to produce them in usable forms, causes a bi-polar approach. Everyone should abandon cheap reliable energy resources, they say, and “transition” to expensive, unreliable, limited-use “green” energy sources. That transition, of course, would require enormous quantities of fossil fuel derived energy to accomplish and it would displace many birds, insects, plants and animals that none of the journalists has ever seen or heard of, so that one, just one, complainant whining about environmental impact can ensure that energy poverty comes to America and remains the standard in Africa, Asia, and South America forever. Of course, these same social justice warriors jet around the world in private aircraft to save the world and feel very good. Permitting is the key impediment to developing a deposit into a mine. It is a political issue, not an environmental issue. None of the folks impeding permitting ever heard of or cared about cost-benefit to society, just to their virtue signaling credentials.

  3. Joe o Avatar
    Joe o

    Agree with Jack L re: the hypocrisy of green warriors. They want renewables but they don’t want to do what they have to ( mine , pollute and displace ) to get to the green utopia. I love the idea of green energy but I realize it’s just not a straight shot from fossil to green. Ucore should not have a issue re: SMC for rare earths. Mining Bokan could get tricky and still no PFS is close. I do think AIDEA will support the SMC because they ponied up some of the cash for the independent 3rd party results for rapid SX. Guess the question could be is 40% the capex cheap enough to interest potential investors?

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