Stans Energy Corp. is focused on developing the materials necessary to meet the clean energy demands of the future. Our goal is to build and produce our licensed properties containing rare earths, uranium, and associated metals in the near term. Stans vows to act as a responsible corporate citizen, and is proud to be actively engaged in the world-wide promotion of the PDAC’s Environmental Excellence in Exploration program (e3), which outlines best practice methods, and emphasizes social responsibility. Our company’s growth will come from acquiring, and participating in the development of, resource properties located in areas of the former Soviet Union. We intend to strengthen our business relationships with our world-class scientific and geological partners, and with the end-users of rare elements and uranium.
On May 26, 2011 Stans Energy Corp. completed its acquistion of the Kashka REE Plant and has begun refurbishing the facility.
The Institute was founded in April, 1951. The basic themes of research are connected with the creation and development of chemical technologies for the processing of uranium and rare-metal ores and production of nuclear-pure structural materials.
ARRICT carries out a complete cycle of scientific research and development works aimed at creating profitable highly effective technologies for the production of uranium and nuclear-pure metals (lithium, beryllium, zirconium, hafnium, tantalum, niobium, etc.) for atomic industry and other branches of industry.
The Institute’s technologies became a production cycle base for the greatest hydro-metallurgical plants in our country and abroad. Basic uranium technologies are adapted for processing gold-bearing, molybdenum, tungsten and other ores.
Stans Energy’s Bankable Feasibility Study will be conducted under the gui
dance of VNIIHT. VNIIHT’s sixty years of chemical technology experience combined with their capabilities of executing the complete cycle of rare earths research, development, and production will give Stans Energy a significant advantage relative to its competitors.
VNIIHT will also assist with evaluation and acquisition of other HREE properties in areas of the Former Soviet Union (FSU)
For more information on Vniiht visit vniiht.ru
To see the historical rare earth separation process flow sheet click here
On July 12, 2010, Stans announced the first results of its geophysical program. Given the visual nature of geophysical images, Stans had its consultants create a video for the press release.
The following is a detailed explanation of the geophysical images and their significance to the potential of the Aktyuz Ore Field.
The geophysical survey done over Kutessay II and Kutessay III was a dipole-dipole induced polarization survey along with a magnetometer and surface gamma-spectrometry done by Tien Shan Ltd. T, K, U, KT, and M represent Thorium, Potassium, Uranium, the relationship between Potassium and Thorium, and Magnetism, respectively. These measurements are taken on surface. When compared to Kutessay II, and other explored areas in the Aktyuz Ore field along the major east-west fault, spikes in Thorium, combined with magnetic lows have proven to be a good indication of rare earths coming to surface.
Chargeability – In time domain IP measurements, the ratio of the secondary voltage measured during the current off-time to the primary voltage measured during the current on-time is related to the electrical polarizability of the rock and is called chargeability. A high chargeability response is an indication of the presence of metallic sulphides and oxides.
Resistivity – Resistivity is the property of a material that resists the flow of electrical current. The resistivity image is created through the observation of electric fields caused by current introduced into the ground.
(Note that generally, rare earths are not correlated with sulphide mineralization, but given that Kutessay II’s polymetalic structure is mixed with the rare earths, these deposits are unique, and should not necessarily be compared to other rare earth deposits around the world. Given the proximity of Kutessay II and III, in this case, rare earths could be associated with sulphides that are indicated in the chargeability highs)
For a detailed explanation of the Geophysics used, please download the following translated document:
Link to document Geophysical Methodology.doc
Detailed Information is currently being translated and will be made available soon. In the meantime, please refer to these geological maps.
Translated from Russian not NI 43-101 compliant
“A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources, Stans Energy Corp. is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources and the historical estimate should not be relied upon.” Dr Gennady Savchenko QP for Stans Energy Corp., and managing Director for Stans Energy KG.
Within Aktyuz ore field near the Kutessay II rare earth deposit there is the Kalesay Beryllium Deposit (Fig.3), and with the development the existing infrastructure the mine could be developed after modernization of the concentrating mill,tailings line and tailing dumps.
The Kyrgyz State Reserve Committee approved reserves of С1+С2
category: ore – 9,245,00.t.,containing 11,701 t of beryllium oxide at an
average grade of 0.128%. Increase of the reserves is possible through
exploration of deposit pit flanks and to the depth. More than 70% of
total reserves of the deposit can be mined by open pit.
(See footnotes 1 and 2)
Fig.3. Schematic map and sectional views of Kalesay
Footnote 1: “A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources, Stans Energy Corp. is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources and the historical estimate should not be relied upon.” Dr Gennady Savchenko QP for Stans Energy Corp., and managing Director for Stans Energy KG.
Footnote 2: The grouping of Soviet categories C1 + C2 is not NI 43-101 compliant and should not be relied on.
Kyzyluraanskaya is located directly south of the main reservoir for Kyrgyzstans hydro electric power generation.
13 defined areas over 15 kilometers up to 200 meters at an average grade of 0.059%
Open pit, heap leachable
NI-43-101 prepared by Stewart Wallis of Scott Wilson, Roscoe Postle Associates
Stans Energy Corp is engaged in the acquisition and development of mineral deposits such as uranium, molybdenum, vanadium, beryllium, lithium and rare earth metals in the Kyrgyz Republic.
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