LONDON, November 3, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Roskill has released its newrareearthsmarket report with forecasts out to 2026. It is essential reading for anyone needing a comprehensive overview of this rapidly evolving industry.Want to meet the analysts? Roskill's rare earth analysts Suzanne Shaw and David Merriman will be attending Metal Events' International Rare Earth conference in Hong Kong, 8-10thNovember 2016.Rareearths: Market Outlook to 2026, 16th Edition, 2016 is now available from Roskill Information Services Ltd, 54 Russell Road, London SW19 1QL UK. Click here to download the brochure and sample pages. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20150909/264974LOGO ) The permanent magnet and catalyst sectors will continue to provide the largest markets for rare earths in the next ten years to 2026. Catalysts will continue to drive growth in the light rare earth elements lanthanum and cerium, while permanent magnets will lead growth in neodymium, praseodymium and dysprosium. Supply of some rare earths is far greater than that of others as a result of production methods and there is a discontinuity between supply and demand across the different elements. Despite growth in catalyst (and, to a lesser extent, polishing and nickel metal hydride battery) demand, cerium and lanthanum will remain in substantial surplus to 2026. Demand for neodymium, however, is beginning to outstrip supply. Rapid growth expected from permanent magnets, but will it be short-lived? In the short-term to 2021, neodymium-iron-boron (NdFeB) magnet demand is forecast to grow strongly. The traditional consumer electronics and automotive sectors account for the majority of NdFeB demand, but these magnets will experience strong growth from the emerging green technologies of wind turbines and new energy vehicles (NEVs).