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Market Cap104.672M
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  • GlobeNewswire

    Texas Mineral Resources Consortium Awarded U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Grant Targeting the Production of Mixed Rare Earth Oxides from Pennsylvania Coal-Based Resources

    SIERRA BLANCA, TX, Sept. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE ‒ Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (OTCQB: TMRC) * DOE award is for potential value of $1 million [1] * Project partners are Penn State University, Jeddo Coal and H22OS * Full project plans production of 1-3 metric tons/day mixed rare earth oxides followed by final processing at USA Rare Earth facility * Successful completion heralds potentially significant economic benefits to region * Grant objective furthers effort to construct a complete U.S.-based REE supply chain * Award is TMRC’s third U.S. Government grant [1] https://govtribe.com/opportunity/federal-contract-opportunity/production-of-mixed-rare-earth-oxides-reos-from-coal-based-resources-89243320rfe000032-1Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (“TMRC”), an exploration company which is developing its Round Top heavy rare earth critical minerals project along with its funding and development partner USA Rare Earth LLC,  is pleased to announce that the Department of Energy (“DOE”)’s National Energy Technical Laboratory (“NETL”) has selected a Texas Mineral Resources-led consortium to receive an award targeting the production of rare earths from Pennsylvania coal byproducts. TMRC’s project partners include Penn State, Jeddo Coal Company, and H22OS. The consortium’s objective is to ultimately install a self-contained, modular, and portable pilot plant at a Jeddo Coal Company site in Pennsylvania capable of producing 1-3 metric tons of rare earth oxides derived from coal byproducts from Pennsylvania anthracite coal. The project will commence October 1, 2020, with a three-month conceptual design phase and an ultimate objective of completing a design package (feasibility study) to prove the technical and economic feasibility for a facility capable of 1-3 metric tons/day production of mixed rare earth oxides.  The full solicitation -- DOE Solicitation 89243320RFE000032: “Production of Mixed Rare Earth Oxides (REOs) or Rare Earth Salts (RESs) from Coal-Based Resources” – can be accessed at: https://www.fedconnect.net/FedConnect/default.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fFedConnect%2f%3fdoc%3d89243320RFE000032%26agency%3dDOE&doc=89243320RFE000032&agency=DOE“We are honored to see our submission selected for this award,” commented Anthony Marchese, Chairman of TMRC.  “We believe that the technological strength and experience of our team goes a long way toward a positive result from this project.  This grant is a significant step forward toward creating the first of these operations in the Pennsylvania region.  The potential to profitably produce scandium and other rare earth minerals from Pennsylvania anthracite coal byproducts hold great promise. Creating value from byproducts is an environmental goal shared by all citizens, especially when considering the strategic nature of the minerals at hand.  We are fully committed to work with local companies, capital sources, and public officials in order to create potentially meaningful economic opportunity for an industry and region, which for too long has been in a period of decline.”“Penn State is excited to be partnering with TMRC, Jeddo Coal and H22OS to advance the science and technology of extraction of critical minerals from Pennsylvania coal byproducts,” said Lee Kump, John Leone Dean in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. “We see great opportunity ahead for the university, Commonwealth and nation to establish a domestic supply of rare earth and other critical elements while creating jobs and remediating associated environmental problems while producing strategically important materials for high-tech and defense applications.”This is the third U.S. Government award relating to the production of rare earth minerals in which TMRC has participated.  In 2016, TMRC announced it had successfully completed a demonstration-of-concept project funded by the U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Strategic Materials Division to separate and refine specific high-purity rare earth elements,  using a continuous ion exchange (CIX) and continuous ion chromatography (CIC) processing method.   In 2019, a consortium including Texas Mineral Resources consortium successfully completed a U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy grant to produce multiple separated rare earth minerals from Pennsylvania coal mining waste material.  The CIX/CIC method used in both U.S. Government grants is the method being used to process rare earths and additional U.S. Government-listed critical minerals from the Round Top (Sierra Blanca, TX) project, being developed by TMRC’s funding and development partner, USA Rare Earth, LLC. Successful completion of the DOE grant is consistent with a commercial supply chain in which final separation of the mixed REE concentrate into individual high purity rare earth oxides would be accomplished at USA Rare Earth’s processing facility using CIX/CIC processing methodology.About Texas Mineral Resources Corp.Texas Mineral Resources Corp.'s focus has been to develop its Round Top heavy rare earth and industrial minerals project located in Hudspeth County, Texas, 85 miles east of El Paso along with its funding and development partner, USA Rare Earth LLC. . The Company plans on developing alternative sources of strategic minerals through the processing of coal waste and other related materials while also seeking investment opportunities in other precious metal projects  The Company’s common stock trades on the OTCQB U.S. tier under the symbol “TMRC”.Company Contact:Texas Mineral Resources Corp. Anthony Marchese, Chairman E-mail: amarchese@tmrcorp.com

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    USA Rare Earth Commends Bipartisan Bill Introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives to Encourage Domestic Rare Earth Production

    CEO: “Growing Bipartisan Consensus that U.S. Dependence of Foreign-Sourced Rare Earths Poses Serious Risk to U.S. Economy and National Security” USA Rare Earth’s Round Top Project & Mine-to-Magnet Strategy Aligns with Bipartisan ConsensusNew York, NY, Sept. 01, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- USA Rare Earth, LLC, the funding and development partner of the Round Top Heavy Rare Earth and Critical Minerals Project in West Texas together with Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (OTCQB: TMRC), commends the introduction of the RARE Act – Reclaiming American Rare Earths Act -- a bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives today by Congressmen Lance Gooden (R-TX) and Vicente Gonzalez (D-TX).  The House bill is patterned after the ORE Act, introduced in May 2020 by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX).  Both Senate and House bills create a comprehensive tax incentive program to encourage investment in U.S.-based rare earth and critical mineral production, from mining, reclamation and recycling through processing and advanced materials production, along with a grant program for demonstration projects developing primary mining projects for the rare earths and critical minerals, as well as “secondary recovery” projects, recovering the materials from legacy mine waste and eWaste.  Full text of the Gooden press release can be found here - https://gooden.house.gov/RAREAct. A copy of the RARE Act bill can be found here - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/pf1ssjoc2puwgoc/AABe3YiByosgJ0Uw5oC6aScua?dl=0 The Gooden-Gonzalez bill was introduced with bipartisan support led by the Texas house delegation, including Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX), Congressmen Will Hurd (R-TX), Roger Williams (R-TX), Pete Olson (R-TX ) and Bill Flores (R-TX).  Additional cosponsors are expected as the bill is formally filed.  "Ending our dependence on China starts today,” said Congressman Gonzalez. “The RARE Act will allow the United States to develop a reliable domestic supply of critical minerals and rare earth elements and eliminate this pressure point that could have lasting impacts on our national security and most importantly, our way of life.”“A reliable supply of these materials is essential to American economic and security interests. We shouldn't have to rely on the Chinese Communist Party for our critical military and communications technology,” said Congressman Gooden. “Our future technological capacity will depend on our ability to cultivate an economic environment that is favorable to robust domestic production of these resources.  By decreasing our dependence on China, the RARE Act would strengthen our national security, spur American innovation, grow our economy, and ensure the United States has the resource independence required to cement our leadership in technologies that define the 21st century."“Currently, China produces over 80 percent of the world’s rare earth minerals, used in everything from cell phones to advanced weapon systems, which is why the U.S. must increase our domestic production and loosen our dependence on buying them from China,” said Congressman Will Hurd, whose TX-23 District is home to the Round Top deposit.  “The RARE Act is a major step towards re-establishing a U.S. critical minerals supply chain, which will in turn stimulate economic activity in Texas and around the nation, ensure we are prepared for future technologies, and reduce threats to our national security.”Senator Cruz commented: “Our dependence on China for access to rare earth elements is deeply troubling and endangers our ability as a nation to manufacture defense technologies and support our military. We must take an ‘all of the above’ approach to ensuring the entire supply chain for rare earth elements and critical minerals is located in the United States….”The RARE Act, like Senator Cruz’s ORE Act, identifies a list of Critical Minerals including lithium, cobalt, graphite and manganese as well as all 17 of the Rare Earths.  The introduction of the RARE Act follows the recent launch of The House Critical Materials Caucus announced on July 24, 2020, with Congressmen Eric Swalwell (D-CA) and Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) as co-chairs. Bi-Partisan Consensus“At a time when political partisanship touches nearly every public issue, what we see in the Gooden-Gonzales bill -- and in the recent formation of the House Critical Materials Caucus -- is the growing bipartisan consensus that U.S. dependence on foreign-sourced rare earths and other critical minerals poses serious risk to the U.S. economy and national security. Rare earths and critical minerals are the backbone of any economy reliant on manufacturing; be it defense applications, medical equipment, electric vehicles, consumer electronics, and renewable energy.  Billions of dollars’ worth of rare earths translates into trillions of dollars of finished goods and hundreds of thousands of jobs. China has understood this for a long time, and as a result have solidified their stranglehold of the critical minerals supply chain,” said Pini Althaus, CEO of USA Rare Earth. “On this issue of national importance, it’s significant that Texas leads the way.  Our Round Top deposit contains $22 billion of materials, including a significant amount of rare earths, lithium and tech metals. The Gooden-Gonzales bill will facilitate projects like Round Top and other domestic projects in ensuring US independence from China, and strengthen our economy and national security,” noted Mr. Althaus.USA Rare Earth’s Round Top Heavy Rare Earth & Critical Minerals Project, located in Sierra Blanca, Texas, anchors the Company’s mine-to-magnet rare earth supply chain solution.  In June 2020, USA Rare Earth opened its rare earth and critical minerals pilot development plant in Wheat Ridge, Colorado, where it is optimizing recoveries of specific rare earths as well as non-REE Critical Minerals, including lithium.  In April 2020, USA Rare Earth purchased the neo magnet manufacturing plant formerly owned by Hitachi in North Carolina.  The Company is reviewing site options in order to recommission the permanent magnet manufacturing facility. While the magnet plant will ultimately be fed by rare earth feedstock originating at our Round Top Mine, USA Rare Earth is in the process of re-commissioning its magnet facility sooner, using recycled rare earth materials.  USA Rare Earth announced on July 16, 2020 that it is working with GeoMega Resources of Canada to integrate material recycling into the magnet production process, and subsequently pledged in to power its Round Top operations with 100% renewable energy.Previously, the White House CEQ approved and advanced Texas governor Greg Abbott’s request to designate the Round Top project as a “High Priority Infrastructure Project” as part of Executive Order 13766, signed by President Trump on January 24, 2017.  The Order was focused on projects that are deemed a “high priority to the nation”. Heavy Rare Earths and 5G NetworksOn May 13, 2020, the U.S. Government extended its ban on companies working with or relying on equipment manufactured by Huawei through May 2021.  The UK followed suit on July 14, 2020 and other countries have implemented the same policy.  Building out a U.S. 5G network will require reliable access to the specific Heavy Rare Earths used as fiber laser dopants, including erbium, thulium and ytterbium.  Heavy Rare Earths account for more than 70% of the Round Top rare earth deposit, including the largest concentrations of erbium, thulium and ytterbium outside of south China. Currently, according to the annual USGS Mineral Commodity Summary, the U.S. produces no rare earth oxides, while China is the world’s leading producer.  In July 2019, President Trump issued a series of Presidential Determinations under the Defense Production Act’s Title III provision, designating all aspects of the rare earth supply chain as essential to the national economy and national security.Rare earths are essential elements in every advanced weapons platform and every defense domain, from guidance and control, precision targeting, and directed energy weapons to communications and power provision.  https://fas.org/sgp/crs/natsec/R41744.pdfAbout USA Rare Earth, LLCUSA Rare Earth, LLC has an option to earn and acquire an 80% interest in, and is the operator of, the Round Top Heavy Rare Earth and Critical Minerals Project located in Hudspeth County, West Texas from Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (TMRC: OTCQB).As much as 60% of revenues are expected to be from lithium for electric vehicle batteries and power storage systems, and neo magnet rare earths used in electric motors, wind turbines and a wide range of consumer goods. The Preliminary Economic Assessment (dated August 16, 2019) projects a pre tax net present value using a 10% discount rate of $1.56 billion based on a 20-year mine plan that is only 13% of the identified measured, indicated and inferred resources.  The PEA estimates an internal rate of return of 70% and average annual net revenues of $395 million a year after average royalties of $26 million a year payable to the State of Texas. Based on the cost estimates set forth in the PEA, Round Top would be one of the lowest-cost rare earth producers, and one of the lowest cost lithium producers in the world.  The Round Top Deposit hosts 16 of the 17 rare earth elements, plus other high-value tech minerals (including lithium) and is well located to serve the US internal demand. In excess of 60% of materials at Round Top will be used directly in green or renewable energy technologies. Round Top contains 13 of the 35 minerals deemed “critical” by the Department of the Interior and contains critical elements required by the United States, both for national defense and industry. For more information about USA Rare Earth, visit www.usarareearth.com.Company Contact:                                                                USA Rare Earth LLC                                                                Pini Althaus, Chief Executive Officer                                    Email: pini@USARareEarth.com                                                        Twitter: @USARareEarth

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    Texas Mineral Resources Shareholders Approve All Resolutions at Special Shareholder Meeting

    SIERRA BLANCA, TX, Aug. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NEWMEDIAWIRE -- Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (OTCQB: TMRC): Texas Mineral Resources Corp. (TMRC), an exploration company targeting the heavy rare earths, technology metals and a variety of industrial minerals, is pleased to announce that shareholders representing a majority of the total number of shares outstanding approved all resolutions as described in the proxy statement dated July 16, 2020.About Texas Mineral Resources Corp.Texas Mineral Resources Corp.'s focus is to develop and commercialize its Round Top heavy rare earth, technology metals, and industrial minerals project located in Hudspeth County, Texas, 85 miles southeast of El Paso. Additionally, the Company plans on developing alternative sources of strategic minerals through the processing of coal waste and other related materials.  The Company’s common stock trades on the OTCQB U.S. tier under the symbol “TMRC.” Company Contact:Texas Mineral Resources Corp. Anthony Marchese, Chairman E-mail: amarchese@tmrcorp.com Twitter: @TexasMineralRes