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What does HREE stand for?

HREE stands for Heavy Rare Earth Element(s)

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The company intends to utilize this technology on its current and future claims and is looking toward entering into joint development agreements with other mining and exploration companies using this technology for leveraging the highest possible return from mining and purifying heavy rare earth elements.
Department of Energy's Critical Materials Strategy publications to have significant showings of Heavy Rare Earth Elements, in particular for the five Rare Earths identified by DOE as being at "Critical Risk": Dysprosium, Europium, Neodymium, Terbium and Yttrium.
Export quotas for the Chinese rare-earth industry Source: Chinese Ministry of Commerce, Metal-Pages and IMCOA Interestingly, this year's announcement differs from previous years by providing a full year target quota rather than six month quotas and by defining separate quota allocations for light rare earth elements (LREs) and medium / heavy rare earth elements (MREs/HREs), evidently in an effort to better balance the export market.