In 2011, restrictions on the availability of rare earth elements brought the term "critical minerals" into the headlines.
Today one of those critical minerals is Tungsten and the world has become totally dependent upon it. That’s because in most of its uses, there’s no alternative, and the future needs of high-tech industries are set to drive demand even higher.
Tungsten Corp. is an exploration and early development stage company rapidly building a portfolio of properties containing known deposits of Tungsten.
The Company has already targeted several highly prospective locations and aims to position itself at the forefront in the resurgence of the domestic tungsten industry.
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Cherry Creek Project - NevadaTungsten Corp. has acquired an option on 100% of the tungsten mineral rights in the immediate vicinity of an area commonly known as the Cherry Creek property, located approximately 90 miles south of the town of Wells, in White Pine County, Nevada. Learn More about Cherry Creek Project...
Wildhorse Project - IdahoTungsten Corp. has acquired an option on 100% of the tungsten mineral rights in the immediate vicinity of an area commonly known as the Wildhorse Mine property, located approximately 50 miles west of the town of Mackay, in Custer County, Idaho. Learn More about Idaho Project...
Tungsten Corp, views the resurgence in demand for Tungsten combined with uncertain restrictive export practices in China (the largest producer) as an extraordinary opportunity for home grown mining know-how. | About Tungsten Corp.
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What is Tungsten?
Tungsten (or Wolfram as it is known in many parts of the world) is an extremely hard and very dense gray to white metallic element extracted from wolframite, scheelite and other minerals.