The stock of Appia Energy Corp [OTCQB: APAAF] surged 2.24% to $0.9000 at the previous close. Appia stock ranged in value from $0.1000 to $0.9630 during the past 52-week period. APAAF stock surged on appointment of global rare earths elements expert.
Which APAAF member was appointed?
Appia is a publicly-traded Canadian company focused on rare earth elements and uranium. On the Alces Lake property, APAAF is focusing on delineating critical rare earth elements (“REEs”) and uranium. In addition to its Loranger, North Wollaston, and Eastside properties, Appia has also started prospecting for uranium in the Athabasca Basin. In Saskatchewan, APAAF has surface exploration rights for 65,601 hectares.
Appia On Monday, Appia announced Jack Lifton had agreed to join the Appia board of directors as a consultant and advisor.
- The market fundamentals of technology metals are the specialty of Jack, a consultant, author, and lecturer.
- The term technology metals refers to metals with electronic properties that make our technological society possible.
- Rare earths, platinum group metals, lithium, graphite, and most rare metals and materials fall into this category.
- In addition to advising the energy department and a number of companies, Jack is the leading rare earths expert in the United States.
How will Jack’s joining APAAF benefit the company?
Appia’s flagship Alces Lake critical rare earth elements project (“CREE”) is at a crucial juncture in its exploration/exploitation program. Appia (APAAF) is committed to being a key player in the development of a new global supply chain for rare earth elements, which are in short supply and high demand for use in permanent magnets as well as modern electronic applications such as wind turbines and electric vehicles. As a Strategic Advisor at Appia, Jack will no doubt bring his unrivaled knowledge of the rare earths industry to the APAAF.