Avalon Rare Metals Inc.

Avalon Rare Metals Inc.

Avalon Rare Metals Inc. focused exploration as- and development companies on rare earth deposits in Canada. The to 100% in self-owned main project Nechalacho Deposit, Thor Lake, NWT, developed into one of the largest undeveloped rare earth elements resources in the world. Unusual for Avalon's project, the contents of the more valuable 'heavy rare earths ", which is a key factor for progress on green energy technologies and other emerging high-tech applications are. This enrichment is one of the few potential sources of these critical elements outside of China, which is currently the source of 95 % the global range of these elements is. Avalon is well funded, has no debt and has committed to achieve its milestones in the development.

Avalon's growth strategy is, to bring its rare earth projects in the production and profitability, strengthen markets for rare earth minerals, while environmentally and socially responsible way to act. Because of its charitable activities in the North Avalon received the "PDAC Environmental and Social Responsibility Award" for the year 2010.

  1. Focus on rare earths and minerals, The key to green technology are
  2. REE resource of world-class at Thor Lake, NWT, Canada, exceptional in their enrichment in the more valuable 'heavy rare earths "
  3. Good financial and unimpaired by the current market volatility work programs
  4. Key milestones in the development in 2010 achieved
  5. Social responsibility and environmental awareness are the cornerstones of the company

Avalon's main asset is its rare metals and minerals projects Nechalacho — (Thor Lake), Separation Rapids, East Kemptville und Warren Township, to the 100% in the company are owned.

Highest priority has the rare earths deposits Nechalacho, focused on Thor Lake near Yellowknife, NWT, is. The Nechalacho deposits is a resource for world-class rare metals and minerals, which is currently being studied primarily for its potential to produce "heavy" rare earths. The demand for heavy rare earths is increasing rapidly due to their critical applications in high-performance permanent magnets, which for the hybrid technology for cars and many popular consumer electronics products are essential. However, there is virtually no primary production of heavy rare
Earths outside of China.

The Nechalacho-occurrence is unusual in its enrichment of valuable heavy rare earths such as europium, Terbium and dysprosium along with neodymium. Avalon currently puts its focus on the definition of high-quality resources, rich in heavy rare earths, in the large basal zone of the deposit, which is now indicated resources of 14,48 Million tons of grading 1,82% TREO („total rare earth oxides“) with 22% HREO / TREO („heavy rare earth („heavy rare earth oxides as a percentage of TREO“ (heavy rare earths–Oxides as a percentage of TREO)) as well as 76,977 Million tonnes of inferred resources at a grade of 1,60% TREO (20% HREO/TREO) includes.

The total inferred resource for the basal zone and the upper zones of the deposit-Nechalacho are currently in 175,93 Million tons grading 1,43% TREO (14,7% HREO/TREO). Nechalacho is also rich in tantalum, Niobium, Zirconium, Hafnium and gallium, all of which represent potential valuable by-products.

Since 2005 hat Avalon über $20 Million on exploration- and development work spent on the property, in which 42.783 Meter Diamantbohrung in 198 Holes for the description of the indicated and inferred resources, metallurgical and mineralogical studies to define a process flow diagram for the extraction of rare earths, Were discussions in the community and environmental studies includes. The positive results of the preliminary feasibility studies were completed in June 2010 published. It is already working on a final feasibility study with the removal of a bulk sample for experimental work with the beginning of July 2010, the introduction of an environmental impact along with additional definition drilling and working in the Produkt-/Marktentwicklung. Production is targeted for year end 2014 or year 2015.

On Separation Rapids nahe Kenora, Ontario, Avalon developed a lithium mineral deposits world-class. The lithium mineralization is both for direct use in the glass- and ceramic industries and evaluated for use as a chemical raw material for rechargeable lithium ion batteries. The demand for such batteries is growing quickly. Due to the strong solvent properties of lithium, it is an inexpensive way to reduce energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from glass melting furnaces.

On East Kemptville in Yarmouth Country, Nova Scotia, Avalon evaluated the potential for redevelopment of a former manufacturing Zinnminenbetriebes as a new producer of tin and copper, Zinc and the rare metal indium. In 2010 be a new 43-101 compliant resource estimate and preliminary economic assessment completed, next Erbohrungen additional basic goals (grass-roots targets) in the region.

On Warren Township, nahe Timmins, Ontario, Avalon evaluated a large resource of high purity Kalziumfeldspat, which cost reducing effects such as lithium potential for glass production and environmental benefits through reduced greenhouse gas emissions provides. The project is due to late approvals and reduced demand due to the economic recession currently on hold.

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WKN: ISIN A0RF6R: CA0534701002

Toronto, Xetra, Frankfurt, Berlin, Munich, Stuttgart, Tradegate

CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:

Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
130 Adelaide St. In, Suite 1901
Toronto, ON M5H 3P5
Such: (416) 364-4938
Fax: (416) 364-5162
office@avalonraremetals.com

OPERATIONS OFFICE:

Avalon Rare Metals Inc.
Unit 330 – 6165 Hwy 17
Delta, BC V4K 5B8
Such: (604) 940-3800
Fax: (604) 940-3808

German INVESTOR RELATIONS:

Value Relations GmbH
Garden Street 46
60596 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 69 95 92 46 0
Fax: +49 69 95 92 46 20
E-Mail: info@vrir.de
Board
Donald S. Disperse, M.Sc., P.Geo, Board, President & CEO. Geological consultant with over thirty years experience in mineral exploration in Canada, former
Vizepräsident Exploration bei Aur Resources Inc.
David Connelly, CStJ, CD, MBA, B.Comm, Board. Strategic advisor to the economy, the government and First Nations for the implementation
economic development opportunities in the North.
Alan Ferry, C.F.A., non-executive board. About 25 Years of experience as a mining analyst with various securities dealers.
Phil Fontaine, B.A., LL.B., Board. Former national director of the "Assembly of First Nations" and currently Special Advisor to the Royal Bank of Canada.
Brian D. MacEachen, C.A., Board, Chairman of the Audit Committee. About 15 Years of experience in the mining-related financial- and Accounting.
Peter McCarter, B.A., LL.B., M.B.A., Board. Lawyer and executive in the mining industry with over thirty years of professional experience.
Panday's Day, C.G.A., B.A., Board. Executive with more than 27 Years of experience in international investment banking.
Management
Donald S. Disperse, Board Member, s.o.
R.J. (Jim) Andersen, C.A., C.P.A., VP, Finance and CFO. Director of accounting firm Andersen & Company Professional Corporation; responsible for the audits of the company 1996 to 2000.
William Mercer, Ph.D., P.Geo., VP, Exploration. Geological consultant with over thirty years experience in Canada and abroad. Präsident der "Canadian
Federation of Earth Sciences”. Formerly Chief Geologist for Noranda-Falconbridge, and former President of PDAC (2002-2004).
David Swisher, B.Sc., VP, Operations. About 25 Years mining- and underground mining experience in the metal mining and the mining of industrial minerals. Ehemals VP Operations bei Tamerlane Ventures Inc..
Pierre Neatby BA Econ, VP, Marketing und Sales. About 20 Years of experience in marketing and sales of the management of small teams in the industrial minerals and - chemicals up to larger teams, involved in the marketing and trading of metals on the London Metal Exchange.
Charlotte May, Corporate Secretary. About 20 Years of experience in the industry junior resource companies in the areas of Corporate Secretary, Marketing and Management
of public companies.
Cindy Hu, CA, CPA, CGA, Controller. Accountant with ten years experience in the accounting practices of public companies and the creation of
Annual reports for young public companies.
Ron Malashewski, P.Eng, Manager, Investor Relations. Over thirty years of experience in technical project management, strategic planning, technical and business management, in Anlagemanagement und Investor Relations – focusing on the mining- and mineral sector.

 

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