莱纳公司近况 Lynas Hurt by Death at Plant

2013-12-27

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      澳大利亚莱纳公事的股票在星期二又跌了3%,受其在马亚西亚不利消息的影响,目前损失已经达到7%

      澳大利亚公司的莱纳新材料公司业务在关丹的反对者,现在要求关闭该工厂,等待官方调查工程师的死亡。
      莱纳斯是去年11月份开始生产的,在第二季度刚把第一批相当于144吨的稀土氧化物运走。

     原材料是从西澳大利亚威尔德矿运送到马来西亚的。Lynas六月宣布,但由于稀土价格低行情,威尔德矿山每年将把产量控制在11000吨,威尔德矿山本来是世界是最富有的稀土矿。
    政府批准的延迟,环境组织和当地政府政府跟踪这个项目已经好多年了,目前莱纳公司目前从马来西亚当局得到的仍然只是临时营运执照。

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  Lynas Hurt by Death at Plant
http://www.mining.com/north-american-rare-earth-stocks-jump-on-lynas-woes-95762/
 
   Lynas Corp (ASX:LYC) on Tuesday lost another 3% bringing its losses since news of a fatality at its plant in Malaysia to over 7%.

   Opponents of the Australian company's operations in Kuantan, Malaysia — known as the Lynas Advance Material Plant (LAMP) — are now calling for the facility to be shut down pending an official investigation into the death of an engineer.

   Shares in the company on the Sydney stock exchange gave up 3.6% on Tuesday in heavy volumes of more than 8.5 million shares traded. The counter ended at A$0.265, just half a cent off a fresh 52-week low struck earlier in the day affording it a market capitalization of $519 million.

   Lynas stock is down 55.8% this year and is now trading at levels last seen in March 2009. Lynas's value peaked at close to $5 billion in April 2011.

   Lynas began initial production at LAMP last November and shipped its first batch of 144 tonnes of rare earth oxide (REO) equivalents in the June quarter.

   Raw material are transported to Malaysia from the company's Mt. Weld mine in Western Australia. Lynas announced in June it would limit production to 11,000 tonnes per year at Mt. Weld — one of the world's richest deposit of rare earth — due to low demand and depressed rare earth oxide prices.

    Government permitting delays and legal challenges from environmental groups and local residents dogged the project for several years and LAMP still only has a temporary operating licence from Malaysian authorities.

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