Published: 13 Mar 2018
The protectionism of US President Donald Trump or the uncertainty of Brexit may overshadow the global minerals industry but optimism was evident at a recent mining and development conference in Canada.
Published: 05 Mar 2018
Any drop in output from Hydro’s Alunorte refinery may affect the company’s ability to uphold alumina hydrate volumes and supplies of Brazilian material to the United States at a time of rising prices.
Published: 01 Mar 2018
The value of SQM’s shares went down by 13% in five days amid fears that the lithium market will be oversupplied by 2021.
Published: 23 Feb 2018
With the United States gearing up to create a domestic solar cell industry to rival that in China, Industrial Minerals correspondent Cameron Perks asks what effect this will have on domestic suppliers of high-purity quartz.
Published: 13 Feb 2018
The UK produces 1 million tonnes per year of kaolin, a raw material of ceramics, which a cross-sector interest group hopes to protect with EU-derived anti-dumping duties following the UK's exit from the European Union.
Published: 08 Feb 2018
President Trump is set on ensuring US demand for fluorspar is served by domestic production, but with annual demand at 400,000 tonnes and effectively zero production, Industrial Minerals delves into the scope for meaningful fluorspar production in the US.