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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicQuest rare minerals

Ein riesen ROE

wurde in die explorer timeline aufgenommen!

http://www.questrareminerals.com/

A National Instrument 43-101 compliant resource estimate for its B-Zone rare earth deposit was completed by Wardrop Engineering in April 2010. The base-case resource was estimated using a Total Rare Earth Oxide (TREO) cut-off grade of 0.85% TREO. At this cut-off, the B-Zone hosts an Inferred Resource of 114.8 million tonnes grading 0.999% TREO, 1.973% zirconium oxide, 0.208% niobium pentoxide, 0.053% hafnium oxide and 0.082% beryllium oxide. In addition, Table 2 illustrates the grade averages for all of the Rare Earth oxides at the various cut-offs.


Inferred 114,8m tonnen @1.973 % Zirconium Oxide recoverable metal 2,265,458mt bei $/kg $7,60 ergibt das 17,217,479,204mrd ----ja richtig nur das zirconium

weiter
Inferred 114,8m tonnen @ niobium oxide 0,2080% recoverable metal 238,832t bei $/lb $7
ergibt das 3,685,738,541.mrd

und weiter =)
Inferred 114,8m tonnen @ hafnium oxide 0,053% recoverable metal 60000t bei $/kg $200 ergibt das 12,171,238,000 mrd

egal weiter =)
Inferred 114,8m tonnen @ Beryllium 0,0820% recoverable metal 94,155t bei $/lb $20 ergibt das 4,151,518,686mrd

41,424m shares outstanding !!!!!!
Fully Diluted: 48.5 million

ergibt bei nur dem Projekt ýMetalwert Inferred 37,225,974,431Mrd =)

http://www.questrareminerals.com/strangelakeproject.php

scoping studie q 2 /10 erwartet

wie immer beste Grüße

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16.06.10 18:10

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicREO natürlich

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25.07.10 18:06

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicNews zum Projekt strange lake

Kurs innerhalb von 1 woche von Can $ 1,77 auf can $ 2,69 =)



Title:  Quest Rare Minerals Mobilizes Crews to Commence Strange Lake REE Project Exploration, Quebec
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TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - July 6, 2010) - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to announce that that it has mobilized exploration crews to the Strange Lake project area to commence the Corporation's most ambitious exploration program in its young history. Support crews have been working in the area since late March to transport material and supplies in preparation for this year's exploration effort and to construct a 50-man, winterized exploration camp on the property. A four-rig, 15,000-m definition diamond drilling program on the B-Zone REE deposit constitutes the principal focus of Quest's exploration efforts. Reconnaissance mapping, prospecting, geochemical sampling and test drilling will also be undertaken to better define the resource potential of four new targets identified on the property during the 2009 exploration program. A 20-50 tonne bulk sample will be collected at the end of the summer so as to undertake pilot mill studies on the B-Zone mineralization.

"Our Strange Lake exploration plans are by far the most ambitious that Quest has ever undertaken and exploration personnel have been working diligently throughout the winter months to ensure success of the program," stated Peter J. Cashin, President & CEO of Quest. "The objective of this year's exploration program is to have the data in hand to improve the quality of the B-Zone Resource outlined by our recent Preliminary Resource Estimate. In addition, our intentions are to expand the B-Zone deposit at depth and of the east, to collect a larger bulk sample for advanced metallurgical study, to assess exciting new exploration targets elsewhere on the property and to be in a position, ultimately, to decide whether the program should proceed to pre-feasibility."

B-Zone Resource Estimate (April 2010)

The results of a 43-101 Preliminary Resource Estimate for the B-Zone deposit were submitted by Wardrop Engineering (see Press Release: April 16, 2010 and Table 1) which indicated that, at a 0.85% total rare earth oxides (TREO) cut-off grade, the B Zone contains an inferred resource of close to 115 Mt at 1.0% TREO. Furthermore, this resource calculation demonstrated the extremely Heavy Rare Earth oxide (HREO) rich nature of the B Zone , determined to be between 43-51% HREO and that the percentage of HREO content increases with increasing percent TREO.

To view Table 1, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0706tab1.pdf.

Metallurgical Studies and Preliminary Economic Assessment

Wardrop Engineering is currently undertaking a Scoping-level Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) of the B-Zone resource to establish economic models for the deposit. In addition, Hazen Research is currently completing final metallurgical testing studies of a one-tonne bulk sample collected from the Zone in 2009. Quest's metallurgical engineers report that the results from this work should be delivered soon and will be incorporated into the PEA study. Results from both of these studies are expected to be reported on by early August 2010 and will be used as a guide to future developments on the project.

2010 Strange Lake Rare Earth Exploration Program

The Strange Lake property is located 220 km northeast of Schefferville and 125 km west of the Voiseys Bay Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Mine (see Figure 1). The property comprises a total of 1,333 claims, covering an area of 540 km2 in Quebec and Labrador (see Figure 2).

The 2010 Strange Lake program will significantly expand the level of activity of the 2009 program. An extensive diamond drilling program, utilizing four drill rigs and comprising up to 15,000 m, is envisioned. Of the total amount of drilling, a full 13,000 m will focus on definition drilling, at 75 m spacing, of the existing B-Zone resource and is intended to improve the quality of the current resource to the Indicated and Measured category. As well, deepening of existing drilling below last season's 75-150 m limits, is intended to probe the vertical extension to the B- Zone. More widely-spaced drilling, at 150 m centres, will focus on definition of the eastward extension of the airborne geophysical anomaly that defines the Zone and where exploration crews had identified surface mineralization a further 1.1 km to the east (see Press Release: August 19, 2009).

A total of 2,000 m of exploratory drilling will be directed to assessing the economic potential of new mineralized targets defined from 2009 reconnaissance exploration at the Apurna Lake, SLG, B-East and A-Zone areas (see Figure 3). Significant rare earth mineralization up to 16.7% TREO (B-East), 3.9% TREO (SLG), 4.7% TREO (A-Zone) and 0.95% TREO (Apurna Lake) was returned from grab sampling of bedrock and locally-derived boulders in these areas in 2009 (assay results are illustrated in Table 2). Follow-up reconnaissance work will be completed in the early part of the 2010 program and a determination of the best targets requiring diamond drill testing will be made.

A supplementary resource calculation by Wardrop will also be undertaken in late 2010 for completion by mid-2011. Planned exploration also includes the collection of a larger bulk sample (20-50 tonnes), additional Pilot-scale metallurgical testing and mineralogical assessment of the B- Zone deposit. A determination to proceed to a pre-feasibility or feasibility will be made upon completion of this phase of the Strange Lake work, likely in the latter part of 2011.

Quality Control

Mr. Peter Cashin, P. Geo., is the qualified person on the Strange Lake Project under National Instrument 43-101 and was responsible for this news release and has approved the disclosure of the technical information contained herein.

Tim Maunula, P. Geo., Chief Geologist with Wardrop Engineering Inc., is the Qualified Person responsible for the mineral resource estimate summarized in this document. The effective date of the resource estimate is April 5, 2010.

About Quest Rare Minerals

Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit opportunities. The Corporation is publicly-listed on the TSX Venture Exchange as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential projects in Canada's premier exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Quebec, the Kenora area of northwestern Ontario and the Plaster Rock area of northwestern New Brunswick. Quest's 2009 exploration led to the discovery of a significant new Rare Earth metal deposit, the B-Zone, on its Strange Lake property in northeastern Quebec. The Corporation recently filed a 43-101 Inferred Resource Estimate on the B-Zone deposit and currently awaits a Metallurgical study as part of an ongoing economic evaluation of the deposit. In addition, Quest announced the discovery of an important new area of REE mineralization on its Misery Lake project, approximately 120 km south of Strange Lake project. Quest continues to pursue high-value project opportunities throughout North America.

To view Figure 1, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0706fig1.pdf.

To view Figure 2, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0706fig2.pdf.

To view Figure 3, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0706fig3.pdf.

To view Table 2, please visit the following link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0706tab2.pdf.

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03.08.10 19:27

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicQuest rare minerals

profitiert 2 mal:

1. vom rießigen Rare Earth Vorkommen am strange lake

2. diejenigen, die Quest rare minerals mal genauer betrachtet haben, werden feststellen, dass Quest noch eine große Urananomalie in der Pipeline hält. Uranpreis stieg auf $46

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20.08.10 19:55

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Quest Rare Minerals Cracks the B-Zone Metallurgical Code, Reports REE Recoveries of Between 77% and 93%

Text: TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 12, 2010) - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to announce that it has successfully developed a metallurgical process to bring the rare earths oxides and exotic metals from B-Zone deposit into solution at its Strange Lake project, Quebec (see Figure 1, 2). Hazen Research, Inc. reports that the extraction of rare earths from the B-Zone, between 77% and 93%, are generally in excess of the extraction to solution reported for previous metallurgical work conducted by the Iron Ore Company of Canada (IOC, 1985) and Mitsui Mining & Smelting (1996) on the historical Main Zone deposit to the southeast. The ultimate process flow-sheet developed from Hazen Research's work will be applied to pilot mill studies on a 20-50 tonne bulk sample to be collected from the B-Zone this summer.

"We are most satisfied with the success that Hazen has had in liberating the rare earths from B-Zone mineralization," stated Peter J. Cashin, President & CEO of Quest. "The flow-sheet appears to be equally successful in processing all grades of mineralization that Quest provided for this metallurgical test. Equally encouraging is the fact that the mineralization can be processed without the need of expensive concentrator technology in the ultimate mill design for the deposit. Hazen will now look at optimizing the process flow-sheet in order to reduce grinding requirements on the mineralization, reduce sulphuric acid addition to the mill feed in the leach phase and to increase leach times in an effort to further improve REE recoveries and ultimately, optimize recovery costs."

Metallurgical Test Results

Table 1 below is a compilation of experiments conducted on the various grades of mineralization recorded for the B-Zone. Variations of acid concentration, grind size and ore grade were tested to observe their effect on rare earth and rare metal recovery from the mineralized samples. In general, un-reacted zircon in the leach residues, including the acid bake residues, is believed to have accounted for the majority of the unrecovered rare earths and rare metals in the metallurgical test. A detailed listing of metal recoveries by the various experiments is listed in Table 2. The best recoveries were obtained from the whole-ore acid-bake experiments without the need of pre-concentration methods at the finest grind (experiment 3316-47) which recorded recoveries of 92% for neodymium (Nd), 87% for yttrium (Y), 89% cerium (Ce), 93% gadolinium and europium (Gd, Eu), 92% terbium (Tb), 90% dysprosium (Dy), 88% for holmium (Ho), 78% for thulium (Tm), 83% erbium (Er) and 77% for ytterbium and lutetium (Yb, Lu).

"The Hazen work has pointed out a pathway to open up the exotic metal-bearing minerals observed in the B-Zone and it appears that the acid bake procedure effectively cracks the high grade, medium-grade and low-grade of mineralization used in the Hazen test work," said Joseph M. Keane, P.Eng., Quest's consulting metallurgical engineer. "Down the road, procedures for separating the dissolved metals to produce marketable products will need to be addressed. Optimization studies directed to grind size, acid addition regime, acid consumption and heat requirements are indicated for future investigation."

Metallurgical Test Procedure

In January 2010, Hazen Research, Inc. received a one-tonne bulk sample obtained from core-drilling representative of the surface exposure of the B-Zone REE deposit discovered by Quest (see Press Release: November 19, 2009). The sample was separated into three mineralization types, designated high-grade, low-grade (mid-grade) and altered (low-grade) and treated separately by Hazen. Following crushing and grinding, the high-grade sample was subjected to several benefication (pre-concentration) methods. The sample was evaluated using gravity (heavy-liquid) separation, froth floatation, shaking table, centrifugal separation and magnetic separation. The magnetic separation method was the only procedure that eliminated mass (45%) with minimal rare earth losses (4-6%). The REE losses for the remaining pre-concentration methods outlined above were deemed unacceptable. An additional a series of experiments on the high-grade mineralization revealed that the REE could be effectively liberated by acid leaching of the whole-ore without the need of pre-concentration. In addition, the discovery that the REE recoveries could be further improved by applying an acid-bake step to the leach experiments was subsequently made. The acid-bake procedure is explained below.

In an acid bake process (see Figure 3), pulverized feed material (ore or concentrate) is mixed usually at room temperature with concentrated sulfuric acid. The mixing must be prompt and intimate so that all of the solid particles are wetted by the sulfuric acid. The resulting mass has the appearance of a moist cake or it can be a paste. The test flow-sheet requires that a 25-50 g sample of material be finely ground (minus 13, 74 and 149 microns), then prepared and sent to a Teflon leach flask containing 350 kg of sulphuric acid (H2SO4) per tonne of mineralization equivalent and heated to 80 degrees C. Once in solution, the leached material is exposed to an acid-bake procedure in an open vessel at high acid concentrations and heated to 225 degrees C for one hour. This step was immediately followed by a two-hour leach at 80 degrees C and 5% H2SO4. The leach liquor is sent for analyses of rare earths as well as zirconium (Zr), hafnium (Hf), niobium (Nb), thorium (Th) and beryllium (Be). In addition, once cooled, the leach residues are exposed to mild H2SO4 at 10% solids at 80 degrees C and then dried. The residue solids are then recorded for mass and sent for chemical analyses.

Future avenues of investigation by Hazen are to review and test mill throughput with the application of magnetic separation pre-concentration of rare earths from the B-Zone, to reduce acid consumption in the metallurgical practice, increase the grind size of the subsequent samples tested and to improve recoveries of Zr as a means of improving REE recovery in the test work.

Quality Control

Mr. Peter Cashin, P. Geo., is the qualified person on the Strange Lake Project under National Instrument 43-101 and was responsible for this news release and has approved the disclosure of the technical information contained herein.
Joseph M. Keane, P.Eng, of Keane Mineral Engineering LLC, Tucson, Arizona, is the qualified metallurgical engineer for the project and has reviewed and approved the metallurgical disclosures presented in this release.

About Quest Rare Minerals

Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit opportunities. The Corporation is publicly-listed on the TSX Venture Exchange as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential projects in Canada's premier exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Quebec, the Kenora area of northwestern Ontario and the Plaster Rock area of northwestern New Brunswick. Quest's 2009 exploration led to the discovery of a significant new Rare Earth metal deposit, the B-Zone, on its Strange Lake property in northeastern Quebec. The Corporation recently filed a 43-101 Inferred Resource Estimate on the B-Zone deposit and is awaiting the results of a Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) for the B-Zone deposit from Wardrop, A Tetra Tech Company, of Toronto, Ontario. In addition, Quest announced the discovery of an important new area of REE mineralization on its Misery Lake project, approximately 120 km south of Strange Lake project. Quest continues to pursue high-value project opportunities throughout North America.

This press release may contain "forward-looking statements". Readers are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and that actual developments or results may vary materially from those in these "forward looking statements".

To view figure 1, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/proplocation.pdf.

To view figure 2, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/claimlocation.pdf.

To view figure 3, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/ZB1.pdf.

Table 1 - Compilation of Test Parameters and Selected Recovery Results, B-Zone Metallurgical Test, Hazen Research, Inc.

To view table 1, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm0812project11051.pdf.

Table 2 - Detailed REE Recovery Summary of B-Zone Metallurgical Test Results, Hazen Research, Inc.

To view table 2, please visit the following link:

http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/rareacidbake.jpg.
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20.08.10 19:55

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Quest Rare Minerals Announces $1.5 Million Convertible Loan With SIDEX

Text: TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 17, 2010) - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a letter agreement with SIDEX, Limited Partnership, for a loan to Quest in an amount of $1.5 million. The loan will be for a term of 18 months and may be repaid by Quest at any time upon 60 days' notice. SIDEX may, at its option, convert the loan into Quest shares at any time at a price of $3.00 per share, representing a total of 500,000 Quest shares. Quest expects to use the proceeds from the loan for exploration of Quest's Strange Lake property and for working capital.

"We are very pleased to count SIDEX as a financing partner," said Peter J. Cashin, Quest's President & CEO. "The fact that this is the largest bridge financing arrangement that SIDEX has ever extended to an exploration company in its history reflects positively on Quest's rare earth property potential. The loan, in essence, allows Quest to bring forward a portion of its anticipated 2010 provincial exploration tax rebates, normally paid out by July 2011. We will work diligently in developing our REE resources and continue to strengthen our relationship with SIDEX and other Quebec Government-based financial institutions."

The loan will bear interest at an annual rate of 9%. Interest will be paid semi-annually, at Quest's option in cash or Quest shares. If interest is paid in Quest shares, the shares will be issued at a price per share equal to the weighted average trading price of Quest's shares for the 20 trading days preceding the due date of the interest.

In connection with the loan, Quest will issue 500,000 common share purchase warrants to SIDEX. Each warrant will entitle the holder to acquire one additional common share of Quest for 18 months at a price of $3.25 per share.

The loan will be secured by Quest's anticipated exploration tax rebates.

The loan from SIDEX to Quest is subject to a number of conditions, including preparation of a definitive loan agreement and related documents between Quest and SIDEX, and approval by the Board of Directors of SIDEX. Quest expects that the loan will close by August 31, 2010.

About Quest Rare Minerals

Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit opportunities. The Corporation is publicly-listed on the TSX Venture Exchange as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is currently advancing several high-potential projects in Canada's premier exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of northeastern Quebec, the Kenora area of northwestern Ontario and the Plaster Rock area of northwestern New Brunswick. Quest's 2009 exploration led to the discovery of a significant new Rare Earth metal deposit, the B-Zone, on its Strange Lake property in northeastern Quebec. The Corporation recently filed a 43-101 Inferred Resource Estimate on the B-Zone deposit and currently awaits a Metallurgical study as part of an ongoing economic evaluation of the deposit. In addition, Quest announced the discovery of an important new area of REE mineralization on its Misery Lake project, approximately 120 km south of Strange Lake project. Quest continues to pursue high-value project opportunities throughout North America.

About SIDEX Limited Partnership

SIDEX was established by the Government of Quebec and the Solidarity Fund QFL. The mission of SIDEX is to invest in companies engaged in mineral exploration in Quebec in order to diversify Quebec's mineral base, encourage new exploration models, stimulate investment for new commodities in existing districts and open new territories with high potential for discovery.
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22.08.10 12:05
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicBis zu 80% HREO !

http://www.questrareminerals.com/pdfs/...0-%20July%2027th,%202010.pdf


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09.09.10 15:39
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicPEA :)

Quest Rare Minerals Receives Results of Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) for Strange Lake B-Zone      Text:   TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 9, 2010) - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) -

Highlights:

--  Wardrop Engineering PEA results show positive cash-flow, a strong     Internal Rate of Return and strong Net Present Value metrics at discount     rates of up to 20% for a potential mining operation at Strange Lake       --  The mine model calls for an open-pit production rate of 4,000 tonnes per     day, requiring a capital expenditure (CAPEX) of $563.4 million     (including a 25% contingency), a payback in the fourth year of     production and a minimum mine life of 25 years       --  Rare Earth Oxide (REO) prices used in the study are based on recent     published projections in a NI43-101 compliant Prefeasibility study and     were validated using 2007 three-year trailing average prices, calculated     based on the distribution of the metals associated with the B-Zone     deposit       --  The mine, crushing and slurry plants would be built on-site, with     crushed ore transported to the Labrador coast via a slurry pipeline       --  The mill/concentrator, storage, tailings and port facility would be     developed at Anaktalak Bay, near the site of the Voisey Bay Ni-Cu-Co     Mine port infrastructure       --  Optimization work is advancing and has shown success in developing a     more cost-effective and efficient metallurgical processing method than     was previously announced by Quest for the B-Zone mineralization      

Quest  Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to announce that it has  received results of a positive Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) of  Quest's Strange Lake B-Zone Rare Earth Element (REE) deposit from  Quest's independent consultants, Wardrop Engineering Inc., A Tetra Tech  Company (Wardrop). The results show positive cash-flow, a strong  Internal Rate of Return and strong Net Present Value metrics at discount  rates of up to 20% for a potential mining operation at Strange Lake.  The Strange Lake property is in northeastern Quebec, approximately 175  km northeast of Schefferville, Quebec and 125 km west of the Voisey's  Bay Ni-Cu-Co mine in Labrador.

 

Quest expects to receive a copy of  the final PEA report from Wardrop shortly. The final PEA report, which  will be in compliance with National Instrument 43-101, will be filed on  SEDAR and available under Quest's company profile at www.sedar.com.

 

The  Wardrop study utilizes an open-pit mining operation model and a Total  Rare Earth Oxide (TREO) price deemed conservative, as it is similar to  the 2007 trailing three-year average price. Accepted consensus is that  REE prices have increased since 2007. For this study, the total tonnes  of concentrate produced of TREO, Nb2O5 and ZrO2 were considered  marketable and contribute to revenues in the financial model.

 

Wardrop  applied a conventional Truck and Shovel open-pit mining operation model  to the Strange Lake B-Zone deposit at a production rate of 4,000 tonnes  per day (tpd), using the 1.0% Total Rare Earth Oxide (TREO) cut-off  presented in the Preliminary Resource Estimate previously reported by  Quest (see Press Release : April 7, 2010: 40.4 million tonnes grading  1.161% TREO, 2.07% zirconium oxide (ZrO2), 0.25% niobium oxide (Nb2O5)  and 0.053% hafnium oxide (HfO2), see cautionary statements below). Total  operating costs per tonne of ore milled are estimated to be C$102/t.  Under these project parameters, detailed in Table 3 below, the B-Zone  operation would pay back capital expenditure (CAPEX) and have a positive  accumulated cash flow in the fourth year of operation, show positive  pre-tax cash-flows of up to C$368.2 million per year, an Internal Rate  of Return (IRR) of 36.4% and a Pre-Tax Net Present Value (NPV) of C$1.41  billion at a 12% discount rate. The project remains strongly positive  when applying up to a 20% discount rate (see Table 1). Life-of-Mine  Total Pre-Tax cash-flows of more than C$7.97 billion have been  calculated.


  Table 1 - Pre-Tax Net Present Value (NPV) Calculation - Strange Lake                                B-Zone Deposit  -------------------------------------------------- Discount Rate              Pre-Tax and Pre-Finance Net Present Value ($CAN) 6%                                                           $3,149,211,228 8%                                                           $2,383,979,541 10%                                                          $1,825,703,831 12%                                                          $1,410,907,859 15%                                                            $969,415,008 20%                                                            $521,691,996 --------------------------------------------------

A  minimum 25 years of production life for the mine is envisaged. CAPEX of  C$563.4 million will be required for establishment of the mine,  mill/concentrator, site utilities and storage, road and slurry pipeline  construction to the Labrador coast, tailings facilities and  infrastructure development required for the operation. A 25% contingency  cost ($99.3 million) was included in calculating total project  expenditures.

 

Metal pricing used in the study is based on 2010  projections reported for a similar Rare Earth project and was validated  using trailing three-year average pricing. The following metal pricing  is used in the financial analysis (in US$): TREO - $21.94/kg, Nb2O5 -  $45.00/kg and ZrO2 - $3.77/kg (Table 2). If three-year average pricing  for TREO were used for the metal distribution in the B-Zone, a TREO  price of approximately US$36.00/kg would result and the IRR would  increase to more than 50%. At full production, the operation would  produce more than 22,600 t of TREO concentrate, more than 4,800 t of  Nb2O5 concentrate and nearly 40,200 t of ZrO2 concentrate annually.


    Table 2 - Rare Earth Oxide Pricing Used for the Strange Lake PEA Study  -------------------------------------------------- REO                                              US$/kg        Price Source -------------------------------------------------- La2O3                                          $   4.26      2007 3-Yr Ave. Ce2O3                                          $   2.77      2007 3-Yr Ave. Pr2O3                                          $  23.24      2007 3-Yr Ave. Nd2O3                                          $  24.52      2007 3-Yr Ave. Sm2O3                                          $   3.59      2007 3-Yr Ave. Eu2O3                                          $ 335.74      2007 3-Yr Ave. Gd2O3                                          $  10.29      2007 3-Yr Ave. Tb2O3                                          $ 573.46      2007 3-Yr Ave. Dy2O3                                          $  88.55      2007 3-Yr Ave. Ho2O3                                          $  25.50                2007 Er2O3                                          $  55.00                2007 Tm2O3                                          $  90.00                2007 Yb2O3                                          $  25.00                2007 Lu2O3                                          $ 500.00                2007 Y2O3                                           $   8.74      2007 3-Yr Ave. --------------------------------------------------



Sensitivity  analysis of the model indicates that the operation would be most  sensitive to changes in metal pricing and least sensitive to changes in  operating costs. An exchange rate of $1US equals $1.04CAN was used in  the study. Details of the Wardrop PEA resource model have been posted on  Quest's website home page at www.questrareminerals.com.

"In  Quest's opinion, the Wardrop study results confirm that the B-Zone  deposit has the potential to be a long-term provider of critical Heavy  Rare Earths to world markets," stated Peter J. Cashin, President and  Chief Executive Officer of Quest. "We believe that the financial-model  estimates used in the PEA are conservative, as they apply historical  average metal pricing. Project economics improve substantially if  current TREO prices are used. In addition, our  metallurgical-optimization studies currently being carried out by Hazen  Research indicate that Quest may be able to lower future estimates for  the processing costs used in the PEA by decreasing acid consumption in  the leach phase and using a coarser grind size at the concentrator than  originally reported in July 2010. Our on-going drilling of the Strange  Lake deposit continues to expand the size of the higher-grade surface  resource reported in April 2010. This upgraded data will be incorporated  into our economic model once a revised Resource Estimate for the  deposit is completed, which we expect will take place in 2011", added  Mr. Cashin.

Wardrop General Project Description

The  project includes an open pit mine site located at Strange Lake (see  Figure 1) and a processing operation located on the coast in close  proximity to the existing operation at Voisey's Bay, east of Strange  Lake. Previous Strange Lake feasibility studies produced by Iron Ore  Company of Canada (IOC) and Kilborn Engineering contemplated that  Schefferville, Quebec would be the primary location for treating the  ore. The facilities located at Schefferville have since been removed and  a new harbour facility to support the Vale Inco Newfoundland &  Labrador Ltd. Voisey Bay nickel operation has been built at Anaktalak  Bay by Vale. This harbour is located 125 km from the Strange Lake mine  site. An access road to Anaktalak Bay along an existing esker is  favourable as the road can be constructed, given that an abundance of  required sub-structure material is naturally available. This layout was  deemed to be the most efficient conceptual mine-concentrator layout  available to Quest and Wardrop and would be the most-cost effective of  several options considered in the development of the PEA model.

To  view Figure 1 - Conceptual Layout of Infrastructure, Strange Lake  B-Zone Open-Pit Operation, please visit the following link:  http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm_09_09_fig_1.pdf

For this  project, Wardrop determined that the mining operation will use a  conventional Truck and Shovel open-pit mining method. The mine will  provide mill feed of ore at a rate of 4,000 TPD starting from the middle  of the second year of mine life. The Strange Lake deposit is close to  surface with minimal overburden cover.

The overall mining  sequence was developed in three phases: one initial pit phase (Phase I)  and two pushback phases (Phase II and Phase III). The mine development  for the ore and the waste will progress using 12 m high benches (see  Figure 2). The mine phases are designed to access the higher-grade ore  closer to surface as early as possible in the mine life. The following  figures showcase the sequence of phase development (see Figure 3).

The  project includes consideration for the mill and tailings to be  constructed on the coast at Anaktalak Bay. The project includes a mill  operating from a barge and tailings storage on the coast. The mill  construction could benefit from the experience gained in the development  of Cominco's past-producing Polaris zinc operation. The final TREO  product would be shipped to market or stored during periods when  shipping lanes are closed.

Wardrop has compared the cost of  trucking the ore against pumping it from the mine to the mill. The  preliminary results indicate that the pumping option offers superior  financial results.

The mine plan has been based on use of diesel  equipment with diesel generators to provide electrical power at the  mine, crusher, mill and camp facilities.

To view Figure 2 -  Strange Lake B-Zone Deposit Open-Pit Shell Outline Model and Development  Sequence, please visit the following link:  http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm_09_09_fig_2.pdf

Processing  concepts are based on earlier flow-sheets which include a flotation  circuit, acid leach/baking and a solvent extraction process producing a  single TREO product. Significant cost savings are included in reagent  consumption, as the Vale by-product of sulphur pastilles from its Long  Harbour facility in Newfoundland provides a cheaper source of sulphuric  acid compared to the supply of liquid sulphuric acid.

Opportunities  exist for future process optimization based on recent results by Hazen  Research (see Press Release : August 12, 2010). These results indicate  improved whole-ore recoveries through leaching. Other potential  opportunities for improvements are currently being studied; they include  coarser grinding, reductions in acid consumption, improved  beneficiation, and the use of a single solvent to recover all the rare  earth oxides.

Quest awaits the results of the 2010 definition  drill program, currently being undertaken on the B-Zone. Results from  this program will be used to formulate an upgraded resource estimate for  the deposit. The new resource will be used to make a decision to  proceed to a pre-feasibility study of the B-Zone. In addition, Quest  plans to commence Pilot Plant-scale metallurgical testing on the  mineralization and to prepare for environmental baseline and preliminary  engineering studies in 2011.

To view Figure 3 - Strange Lake  B-Zone Life-of-Mine Production Sequencing, please visit the following  link: http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/qrm_09_09_fig_3.pdf

Quality Control

Mr.  Peter Cashin, P. Geo., is the qualified person on the Strange Lake  Project under National Instrument 43-101 and was responsible for this  news release and has approved the disclosure of the technical  information contained herein.

Mr. Peter Broad, P.Eng. and Mr.  Wenchang Ni, P.Eng. of Wardrop Engineering Inc., A Tetra Tech Company,  Toronto, Ontario, were the qualified engineers responsible for the PEA  study. The effective date of the PEA study is September 9, 2010.

About Quest Rare Minerals

Quest  Rare Minerals Ltd. is a Canadian-based, exploration company focused on  the identification and discovery of new world-class Rare Earth deposit  opportunities. The Corporation is publicly-listed on the TSX Venture  Exchange as "QRM" and is led by a highly-respected management and  technical team with a proven mine-finding track record. Quest is  currently advancing several high-potential projects in Canada's premier  exploration areas: the Strange Lake and Misery Lake areas of  northeastern Quebec, the Kenora area of northwestern Ontario and the  Plaster Rock area of northwestern New Brunswick. Quest's 2009  exploration led to the discovery of a significant new Rare Earth metal  deposit, the B-Zone, on its Strange Lake property in northeastern  Quebec. The Corporation recently filed a 43-101 Inferred Resource  Estimate on the B-Zone deposit and has completed the Preliminary  Economic Assessment of the deposit. In addition, Quest announced the  discovery of an important new area of REE mineralization on its Misery  Lake project, approximately 120 km south of Strange Lake project. Quest  continues to pursue high-value project opportunities throughout North  America.

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release  contains statements that may constitute "forward-looking information" or  "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of applicable  securities legislation. More particularly, this news release may contain  forward-looking information concerning the Strange Lake B-Zone Rare  Earth Element (REE) deposit of Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. ("Quest"). This  forward-looking information is subject to numerous risks and  uncertainties, certain of which are beyond the control of Quest. Actual  results or achievements may differ materially from those expressed in,  or implied by, this forward-looking information. No assurance can be  given that any events anticipated by the forward-looking information  will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what benefits that  Quest will derive therefrom. In particular, no assurance can be given  with respect to the development by Quest of the Strange Lake B-Zone Rare  Earth Element (REE) deposit. Forward-looking information is based on  the estimates and opinions of Quest's management at the time the  information is released and Quest does not undertake any obligation to  update publicly or to revise any of the forward-looking statements,  whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise,  except as may be required by applicable securities laws.

It  should be noted that Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do  not have demonstrated economic viability (NI43-101/3.4(e)). The  preliminary economic assessment (PEA) outlined in this document includes  inferred mineral resources that are considered too speculative  geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that  would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves, and there is no  certainty that the preliminary assessment will be realized  (NI43-101/2.3(3bi)).


Table 3 - Strange Lake B-Zone REE Deposit Financial Model Design Criteria
                           and Conclusions
                     (25-year, minimum Mine Life)

Project No: 10551102.00
Project Name: Strange Lake, PEA Study            
Client: Quest Rare Minerals Ltd.            

               Financial Model Design Criteria and Conclusions
                                                                         
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MINING                                                                    
Ore Mined                  33,929,000.00        mt                        
Waste Mined                13,548,000.00        mt                        
TOTAL Mined                47,477,000.00        mt                        
--------------------------------------------------
PROCESSING                                                                
Run-of-Mine Feed           33,929,000.00        mt                        
--------------------------------------------------
Ore Grades                                                                
TREO                               1.161         %                        
Nb2O5                              0.248         %                        
ZrO2                               2.069         %                        
--------------------------------------------------
Concentrate Grades                    60         %                        
Process Recoveries                    80         %                        
--------------------------------------------------
Concentrates                                                              
Produced                                                                  
TREO                          525,220.92        mt                        
Nb2O5                         112,191.89        mt                        
ZrO2                          935,988.01        mt                        
Total                       1,622,258.59        mt                        
--------------------------------------------------
Metals Contained in                                                        
Concentrates                                                              
TREO                          315,132.55         t                        
Nb2O5                          67,315.14         t                        
ZrO2                          561,592.81         t                        
--------------------------------------------------
Hydrometallurgical
Recoveries                           96         %                        
--------------------------------------------------
Metal Oxides                                                              
Produced                                                                  
TREO                          302,527.25         t                        
Nb2O5                          64,622.53         t                        
ZrO2                          539,129.10         t                        
Total                         934,420.95         t                        
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Metal Oxides Prices                                                        
TREO                               21.94    US$/kg                        
Nb2O5                              45.00    US$/kg                        
ZrO2                                3.77    US$/kg                        
--------------------------------------------------
GROSS METAL VALUES                                                        
TREO                   $6,637,447,863.24       US$                        
Nb2O5                  $2,908,013,875.20       US$                        
ZrO2                   $2,032,516,690.71       US$                        
Total                 $11,577,978,429.16       US$                        
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Exchange Rate                      
US$/CAN$                          1.042      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
NET RETURN                                                                
Total Net Return      $12,058,221,396.42      CAN$                        
Total Net Return             $185,824.59  CAN$/dmt                        
Allowance Marketing        
& Insurance               $6,032,126.76      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
NET REVENUE(CAN $)    $12,058,221,396.42      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
OPERATING COSTS (per                                                      
t ore milled)                                                            
Mining                              5.07    CAN$/t    $240,708,390.00  CAN$
Processing                         59.05    CAN$/t  $2,003,507,450.00  CAN$
G & A                               2.47    CAN$/t     $83,804,630.00  CAN$
Supplies and                      
Materials                                                            
Transportation                    20.78    CAN$/t    $705,044,620.00  CAN$
Ore Pumping                        14.57    CAN$/t    $494,345,530.00  CAN$
Total Operating Cost              101.94    CAN$/t  $3,527,410,620.00  CAN$
--------------------------------------------------
CAPITAL COSTS                                                              
Direct Costs                                                              
Site Development          $30,850,000.00      CAN$                        
Site Utilities and        
Storage                  $47,640,000.00      CAN$                        
Road Construction         $35,000,000.00      CAN$                        
Mining O/P                $17,150,878.00      CAN$                        
Processing               $206,908,293.00      CAN$                        
Infrastructure            $29,970,000.00      CAN$                        
Tailings Management      
Facilities               $20,430,000.00      CAN$                        
Closure /                  
Reclamation Costs         $9,450,000.00      CAN$                        
SubTotal Direct          
Costs                   $397,399,171.00      CAN$                        
                                                                         
Indirect Costs                                                            
Owners Costs              $11,921,975.13      CAN$                        
Indirect Costs            $74,700,000.00      CAN$                        
Contingency               $99,349,792.75      CAN$                        
Salvage of / Plant /
Site / Working                                                            
capital                 -$20,000,000.00      CAN$                        
SubTotal Indirect        
Costs                   $165,971,767.88      CAN$                        
Total Capital Cost       $563,370,938.88      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
PRE-TAX CASH FLOW                                                          
Net Revenue           $12,058,221,396.42      CAN$                        
Operating Cost         $3,527,410,620.00      CAN$                        
Capital Costs            $563,370,938.88      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
TOTAL PRE-TAX CASH    
FLOW                  $7,967,439,837.54      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
PAYBACK                           Year 4                                  
--------------------------------------------------
PRE-TAX & PRE            
FINANCE NPV @ 6%         $3,149,211,228      CAN$                        
PRE-TAX & PRE            
FINANCE NPV @ 8%         $2,383,979,541      CAN$                        
PRE-TAX & PRE            
FINANCE NPV @ 10%        $1,825,703,831      CAN$                        
PRE-TAX & PRE            
FINANCE NPV @ 12%        $1,410,907,859      CAN$                        
PRE-TAX & PRE              
FINANCE NPV @ 15%          $969,415,008      CAN$                        
PRE-TAX & PRE              
FINANCE NPV @ 20%          $521,691,996      CAN$                        
--------------------------------------------------
PROJECT INTERNAL                  
RATE OF RETURN                                                            
(IRR)                            36.36%                                  
--------------------------------------------------
SENSITIVITIES                                                              
Metal Prices              Most Sensitive                                  
Capital Costs             Less Sensitive                                  
Operating Cost           Least Sensitive

 

 

Grüße Bio
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Es braucht eine Spur Begabung - und eine Menge Mut um in die entgegengesetzte Richtung zu gehen.

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09.09.10 15:45
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicsry hier nochmal übersichtlicher

16.09.10 14:43
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicBesser geht es nicht

Quest Rare Minerals' B-Zone Definition Drilling Extends REE Deposit to Over 309.0 Vertical Metres, Strange Lake, Quebec
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to report the first results from 2010 diamond drilling of their B-Zone rare earth element (REE) deposit. The drilling is intended to determine the vertical extent of the mineralized system defined in 2009, to improve the confidence of the continuity of the system, and to better define the higher grade pegmatite resource observed to outcrop at surface as defined by previous Quest drilling. The

positive PEA und die Ressource hat sehr sehr großes Potential noch weitere Explorationserfolge vorweisen zu können :)

 

Nur meine Meinung, keine Empfehlung für irgendwas !!

 

Beste Grüße

Bio

 

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25.09.10 13:50

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicSeltene Erden :)

der Text ist selbsterklärend.

Das dürfte Quest und den anderen seltenen Erden mit Potential auftrieb geben.

Samarium Preis + ca. 1000% gestiegen am Weltmarkt !!

 www.ariva.de/Seltene_Erden_die_Preisexplosion_geht_weiter_c3535718

Beste Grüße

Bio

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27.09.10 17:27
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2354 Postings, 3767 Tage kuddel2009Bin mich hier am einlesen..

und habe das heute gefunden..

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/...n-2010-09-27?reflink=MW_news_stmp

Leider habe ich heute den Wert durch Madold kennengelernt und bin noch nicht investiert!

Gratulation an alle investierten!

Gruß
Kuddel  

27.09.10 17:42
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicja der Wert

ist nicht aufzuhalten :)

Thread ist mit Absicht nicht zugeordent bei der Aktie !!

Meiner Meinung ist das erst der Anfang, heute gehts richtig ab und das bei dem schlechten Umfeld :)

Beste Grüße

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Es braucht eine Spur Begabung - und eine Menge Mut um in die entgegengesetzte Richtung zu gehen.

http://www.ariva.de/Timeline_der_Rohstoff_Explorer_g732

27.09.10 17:42

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicja der Wert

ist nicht aufzuhalten :)

Thread ist mit Absicht nicht zugeordent bei der Aktie !!

Meiner Meinung ist das erst der Anfang, heute gehts richtig ab und das bei dem schlechten Umfeld :)

Beste Grüße

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Es braucht eine Spur Begabung - und eine Menge Mut um in die entgegengesetzte Richtung zu gehen.

http://www.ariva.de/Timeline_der_Rohstoff_Explorer_g732

07.10.10 16:12
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicShare Issue bei $4.25 und $5

Quest bekommt $46.5 mio, ich denke in den nächsten 3 Jahren geht erst mal nicht das Geld aus für weitere Explorationen :)

Außerdem produziert bis in 3 einhalb Jahren vielleicht Strange Lake!

Beste Grüße

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Es braucht eine Spur Begabung - und eine Menge Mut um in die entgegengesetzte Richtung zu gehen.

http://www.ariva.de/Timeline_der_Rohstoff_Explorer_g732

25.11.10 15:57

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicQuest rare minerals Nachrichten

Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. Named 2010 Prospector of the Year
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is proud to announce that it has been selected by the Quebec Mineral Exploration Association as its 2010 Prospector of the Year, in recognition of the importance of the deposit found on the Lake Strange property in northeastern Quebec. The breadth of this rare earth deposit, second only to Bayan Obo in China, may justify the development of a world class mining project that could make Quebec one of the

Quest hat mit Reno Pressacco einen super Mann als Vice President of operations bekommen:

www.marketwire.com/press-release/...tions-TSX-VENTURE-QRM-1358164.htm

Und hier wird die Wichtigkeit der Strange lake Property ausgezeichnet:

Ich denke, die Stücke die bei $1,77 gekauft wurden gebe ich sehr lange Zeit nicht mehr her.

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14.12.10 18:11

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicQuest findet noch mehr TREO

Quest Drilling Discovers New Deep REE Zone Northwest of the B-Zone Pegmatite Deposit, Returns Up to 14.3 Metres at 2.65%25 TREO, Strange Lake, Quebec
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to report the additional results from 2010 diamond drilling of their B-Zone rare earth element (REE) deposit. Lab results for holes BZ-10-44 to BZ-10-70 and one drillhole extension (BZ09015) have returned multiple, high Total Rare Earth Oxide (TREO) grade intersections of between 1.10%25 and 31.47%25 over thicknesses of 0.75 m to 67.0 m. Heavy REE (HREE) represents between 37%25 and 56%25 of the Total
Die Dinge gehen ihren Lauf und es kommt eine gute News nach der anderen...

Lasst die mal anfangen das Uranprojekt zu bohren ;)

Übrigens mit ca 50mio Cash steht Quest auch sehr gut da.

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16.12.10 16:04

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicErnst and Young LLP Auditor

Quest Rare Minerals Appoints Ernst & Young LLP as Auditors
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has appointed Ernst & Young LLP, Chartered Accountants, as Quest's auditors. The appointment of Ernst & Young LLP follows the resignation of Bratt Fremeth Star G.P., Chartered Accountants, as Quest's auditors, at the request of the Board. Bratt Fremeth Star G.P. have served as Quest's auditors since its incorporation. The change of auditors was made

Noch eine Nachricht,

 

The change of auditors was made primarily in light of Quest's intention  to seek a listing on a stock exchange in the United States.

 

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11.01.11 16:24
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1622 Postings, 3649 Tage heller-goisernNews 6/1

06.01.2011 22:28  
Quest seltene Mineralien ernennt John Panneton auf sein Board of Directors und Zuschüsse Stock Options
TORONTO, ONTARIO - (Marketwire) - 01/06/11 - Quest Rare Minerals Ltd . (TSX VENTURE: QRM) ist erfreut bekanntzugeben, dass sein Board of Directors ernannt hat John Panneton zu Quest's Board of und gewährten Aktienoptionen Optionen in Bezug auf 250.000 Stammaktien an Herrn Panneton. Die Optionen wurden unter Plan gewährt Quest für 2007 Stock Option.

Der Ausübungspreis der Optionen ist 5,72 $ pro Aktie entspricht dem Schlusskurs der Stammaktien von Quest an der TSX Venture Exchange am mittwoch, 5. Januar 2011. Die Optionen verfallen in zehn Jahren.

"Wir freuen uns, dass John Panneton zugestimmt hat, unser Board of Directors beitreten werden", sagte Peter Cashin, President und Chief Executive Officer von Quest. "John's großer unternehmerischer Erfahrung und Scharfsinn an den Finanzmärkten eine bedeutende Bereicherung für Quest werden, da die Corporation baut auf seiner seltenen Erden Entwicklungspläne auf Strange Lake."

John Panneton verfügt über eine umfangreiche und fortschrittliche 30-jährige Karriere mit CIBC Wood Gundy als Executive Vice President war. Später wurde er CEO von CIBC Investment Management Corporation und zwischen 1990 und 1995 war der Vorsitzende des CIBC (Suisse) SA Im Jahr 1998 trat John Dundee Bancorp und wurde zum Präsidenten des Dundee Securities Corporation, und im Jahr 2003 auf Goodman Wealth Management als abgeordnete Präsident. Im Jahr 2008 wurde John Executive Vice President von Dundee Wealth ernannt und leitete seine unabhängige und Corporate Sales Force. Im Jahr 2010 wurde er zum Vizepräsidenten von Dundee Capital Markets ernannt. Im Laufe seiner bemerkenswerten Karriere hat er auf mehreren öffentlichen und philanthropischen Brettern serviert, und verfügt über umfassende Kenntnisse des kanadischen Capital Markets.

In other news, ist Quest bekannt, dass sein Board of Directors hat Herr Mark Schneiderman als Chief Financial Officer von Quest beauftragt, Herrn Ronald Kay ersetzen. Herr Schneiderman wurde zuvor Quest Schatzmeister. Herr Kay wird weiterhin ein Director von Quest zu handeln.

Herr Schneiderman ist Wirtschaftsprüfer und Certified Fraud Examiner. Neben seiner beruflichen Bezeichnungen hält Herr Schneiderman einen BA-Abschluss von Sir George Williams University und B. Com. von Loyola College. Herr Schneiderman hat über 30 Jahre Erfahrung der Finanzverwaltung einschließlich Partnerschaft in einer Buchführung und Rechnungsprüfung Senior Position bei VIA Rail Canada Inc. Herr Schneiderman hat Quest Schatzmeister seit ihrer Gründung gewesen. Herr Schneiderman wurde vor kurzem der Chief Financial Officer von Freewest Resources Canada Inc. vor der Übernahme durch Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. im Jahr 2010 und hat mit Freewest seit 1996 beteiligt.

"Ich begrüße Mark zum Quest Executive Team und wünschen Herrn Kay im Namen des Board of Directors für seinen Dienst als Quest Chief Financial Officer seit ihrer Gründung zu danken.", Sagte Herr Cashin.

Die Ernennung von Herrn Panneton zu Quest's Board of Directors wird vorbehaltlich der Genehmigung der TSX Venture Exchange.

Über Quest seltene Mineralien

Quest Rare Minerals Ltd ist ein in Kanada ansässiges Explorationsunternehmen, das sich auf die Identifizierung und Entdeckung von neuen und bedeutenden Rare Earth Lagerstätte Chancen konzentriert. Das Unternehmen wird öffentlich an der TSX Venture Exchange als "QRM" aufgeführt und wird von einer hoch angesehenen Management-und Technikteam mit einer nachgewiesenen Erfolgsbilanz meine Feststellung geführt. Quest wird derzeit entwickelt derzeit mehrere Projekte in hohem Potenzial Premier Exploration Canada's Bereiche: die Strange Lake und Lake Misery Bereichen nordöstlichen Quebec, die Kenora Gebiet im Nordwesten von Ontario und der Putz Rock Bereich der nordwestlichen New Brunswick. Quest's Explorationsprogramm 2009 die Entdeckung eines wichtigen neuen Seltenerdmetall Anzahlung, die B-Zone, auf seiner Stange Lake-Liegenschaft im Nordosten von Quebec führte. Das Unternehmen reichte vor kurzem 43-101 abgeleitete Ressourcenschätzung auf der B-Zone Anzahlung und der Erfüllung der Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) für die Hinterlegung. Darüber hinaus kündigte Quest die Entdeckung eines wichtigen neuen Bereich des VEP-Mineralisierung auf dem Projekt Misery Lake, ungefähr 120 km südlich von Strange Lake Projekt. Quest weiterhin hochwertige Projektmöglichkeiten in Nordamerika zu verfolgen. Als Folge eines kürzlich abgeschlossenen vermarktet Eigenkapitalfinanzierung hat Quest eine starke Position im Working Capital von über $ 51,0 Millionen. Dies wird ausreichen, um vorab die Unternehmen Pläne für die Fertigstellung eines Vor-Machbarkeitsstudie der B-Zone REE Kaution: 2011-2012 und die Exploration auf seiner anderen Seltenen Erden Vermögensinteressen fortzusetzen.

Weder die TSX Venture Exchange noch ihr Regulation Services Provider (ein Begriff, wie in den Richtlinien der TSX Venture Exchange definiert ist) übernehmen die Verantwortung für die Angemessenheit oder Genauigkeit dieser Pressemitteilung.

Kontakte:
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd
Peter J. Cashin
President & CEO
(416) 916-0777 oder 1-877-916-0777
(416) 916-0779 (FAX)
info@questrareminerals.com
www.questrareminerals.com  

11.01.11 16:35
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1622 Postings, 3649 Tage heller-goisernNews vom 7/1

Von Matthew Smith   (seeking Alpha)
Interesanter Artikel
Für kanadische Investoren, die nicht über die Möglichkeit, amerikanische Investitionen Networks wie CNBC und Fox Business Watch haben Seltenen Erden begonnen, um die Aufmerksamkeit der beliebtesten Lager zeigen und ihren Wirten zu erfassen. Weitere Brennstoff für das Feuer ist die Tatsache, dass viele Institutionen beginnen, Gelder in diesen Fragen Pflug sind. American notierte Seltenen Erden spielt, sind sehr selten, wirklich nur diese drei, falls Sie auf den Pink Sheets gehen wollen und das ist keine Option für diese großen Fonds, so der Institute, direkten Kontakt mit dieser Bestände müssen sie konzentrieren sich ausschließlich auf sich die wenigen Handel in den Staaten. Ja, es gibt Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) bieten gegenüber diesen seltenen Erden gespielt (und ihren Kollegen im Norden), aber die ETFs haben auch Kontakt zu anderen Metallen somit nicht wirklich reine spielt auf der REE-Sektor.
Eine der besten Möglichkeiten, die wir derzeit sehen Investoren für unterbewertet Seltenen Erden spielt mit Immobilien ist Quest seltene Mineralien ( QSURD.PK ). Das Unternehmen hat kürzlich angekündigt, dass sie die Einstellung eines neuen Abschlussprüfer, Ernst & Young, LLP, um dazu beizutragen, das Unternehmen zu erhalten ", ein Eintrag auf einer Börse in den Vereinigten Staaten. "Mit den beiden Rare Element und Avalon Rare Metals haben wir gesehen, Investoren hinzufügen Hunderte von Millionen, deren Marktkapitalisierung aufgrund der Notierung in den USA. Wir haben immer gespielt angesehen Quest als eines der führenden Seltenen Erden und dachte immer, sie sollten Avalon Handel bei einem Minimum von Stufe mit, wenn nicht eine Prämie aufgrund der zusätzlichen Belastung der Seltenen Erden hat das Unternehmen über ihre Explorations spielt. Wie der Nähe am Dienstag, Sport Avalon ein gesundes 580 Mio. Marktkapitalisierung während Quest ist bei 278 Millionen Euro. In den nächsten Monaten werden wir glauben, dass diese Lücke wird schrumpfen, mit Quest noch einmal um mindestens Parität mit Avalon auf eine Marktkapitalisierung Basis.

Es ist unsere Meinung, dass Quest wird eine AMEX Listing in den USA irgendwann in den nächsten drei Monaten zu erhalten. Nach der Auflistung wird das Unternehmen wahrscheinlich einige Bohrungen Nachrichten an Investoren Release einige Unterstützung und die Aufmerksamkeit auf die neue Inserate in den USA Nach unserer Einschätzung sollte das Unternehmen eine anständige Newsflow haben einmal das neue Jahr rollt herum, als sie Assays haben kommen in ihrer Untersuchung Eigenschaften einschließlich einiger Bohrergebnisse.
Die Aktie hat eine unserer besten Interpreten der letzten 18 Monate oder so gewesen, durch ein gutes Management-Team, geringe Anteil Schwimmer und gesunde Bilanz. Ebenfalls von Bedeutung ist die Tatsache, sie haben eines der vielversprechendsten Projekte der Seltenen Erden, die an der Oberfläche und Open-pittable ist.

Nach Angaben des Unternehmens in der Pressemitteilung vom 23. März 2010, wenn sie Investoren auf ihr Elend Lake Exploration Pläne für 2010 aktualisiert, teilte das Unternehmen sie geplant Rigs Bohrungen im August haben für eine 2.500 Diamant-Bohrprogramm. Wenn alles nach Plan gegangen in Bezug auf die Zeitleiste auf das Bohren, würden wir erwarten, dass das Labor sollte wieder mit den Ergebnissen bald der Annahme, dass das Unternehmen nicht bereits die Ergebnisse empfangen und auf sie sitzen, da sie mehr Eigentum zu sperren. Wenn REE Mineralisierung in signifikanten Mengen auf das Elend Lake-Liegenschaft angetroffen wird, wird es ein Spiel-Wechsler werden. Wie wir bereits erwähnt haben, wird diese Nachricht (sollte es positiv) Quest in eine ganz neue Liga stellen unter den seltenen Erden Junioren.

Als seltene Erden ihren Aufwärtstrend fortgesetzt haben, haben viele Unternehmen aus diesen Bewertungen in ihrer Peer-Group wurde aufgrund Daytrader und andere unbedeutende kurzfristigen Faktoren verändert. Es ist unsere Meinung, dass diese Hausse in den kommenden Jahren fortsetzt, aber je älter der Stier wird umso wichtiger, es werden die Qualität in Ihrem Portfolio und nicht Quantität eigenen Willen. Quest seltene Mineralien bietet Investoren nicht nur, daß Güte, sondern auch mit erheblichen Aufwärtspotenzial bei seiner Bewertung zu ihrer Peer Group  

11.01.11 17:56
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1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicNews da mach ich doch mit

Quest B-Zone Pegmatite Zone Drilling Returns Up to 105.3 Metres at 1.34%25 TREO With Sections Grading Up to 20.36%25 TREO, Strange Lake, Quebec
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:QRM) is pleased to report the remaining assay results from the 2010 diamond drilling program completed on their B-Zone Rare Earth Element (REE) deposit. Final lab results for holes BZ-10-71 to BZ-10-96 have returned multiple, high Total Rare Earth Oxide (TREO) grade intersections of between 1.10%25 and 20.36%25 over thicknesses of 0.66 m to 79.0 m. Heavy Rare Earth Oxide (HREO) represents between 31.4%25 and 70.8%25
hehe, denn heute ist Newstag!

bis zu 20,36% TREO !!!!! Chakalaga bumm bam bang :)

lg
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11.01.11 21:49

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogic#21

übrigens schön, dass ich nicht mehr der Alleinunterhalter bin hier und sich jemand anderes im Thread verirrt hat, dachte schon ich muss das nun bis ....... so durchziehen

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11.01.11 22:12

381 Postings, 3531 Tage Sergej1987was meint

ihr was ist das Kursziel bis ende 2011 so rasant wie diese Aktie wächst ... wo wird sie halten, was ist realistisch?

Kann einer nochmal kurz zusammenfassen zu dieser aktie... wo wird gesucht und welche seltenen erden werden gesucht wird schon produziert?

 

 

11.01.11 22:38

1841 Postings, 4270 Tage BioLogicsergej1987

In Posting #1 habe ich den Projektwert berechnet, welcher bei damaligen REE Preisen bei dem Strangelake Project im Boden lag. Der war bei:

"ergibt bei nur dem Projekt ýMetalwert Inferred 37,225,974,431Mrd =)"

Bei dem Tempo und der agressiven Exploration, den Ergebnissen und dem sehr guten Projekt mit dem USA Listing, der Fertigstellung der Vor-machbarkeitsstudie, dem Newsflow, der nun kommen wird, von Strange lake und den anderen Projekten, ebenso gut finanziert mit 50mio und keinen Schulden..... denke ich sind wir hier sehr gut aufgestellt.

Kurziele auszusprechen ist eine Farce... weil kein Mensch, auch nicht die Analer wissen wohin es gehen wird.

Produziert wird noch nicht, aber im Peergroup Vergleich hat Quest erstmal noch Potential auf einen ..... ich spreche es nicht aus :)

apropo 65 year minelife ;)

Das ist aber nur meine Meinung, keine Empfehlung zum Kauf oder Verkauf.

Aktienanzahl mit ca. 53 mio Aktien hält sich auch noch in Grenzen

Bitte mach deinen eigenen Research, es steht alles im Thread ;) man muss nur "lesen" aber ein bisschen sollte man selbst stöbern, denn man will ja Geld verdienen.

Hoffe konnte helfen

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