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Refractories

  • China releases reserves data for nonmetallic minerals

    Monday, 25 September 2017

    China's Ministry of Land and Resources released new data last month about the country's reserves of strategic important minerals, including several non-metallic minerals such as graphite, lithium and zircon.

  • Price briefing 15–21 September

    Friday, 22 September 2017

    Chinese fused magnesia prices hit all-time high; a ban on sales of explosives propel bauxite prices; brown fused alumina hit two-year high; iodine rises as consumers stock up; lithium prices held firm

  • Brown fused alumina prices hit two-year high

    Friday, 22 September 2017

    Brown fused alumina spot prices continue to climb higher as the environmental inspections show no sign of abating in China, while white fused alumina is supported by raw material cost increases.

  • Chinese bauxite price rocket higher on explosives ban

    Friday, 22 September 2017

    A looming mining curtailment due to an explosive sale ban in China has propelled spot bauxite prices higher. Supply uncertainty is set to continue over the coming months as Beijing continues its anti-pollution crusade.

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Ceramics-Glass

  • Sheffield secures second zircon offtake agreement

    Tuesday, 26 September 2017

    The mineral sands producer has secured a second binding zircon offtake agreement for the sale of its premium zircon from the Thunderbird project to ceramic raw material supplier Sukaso Ceracolors Ceramics.

  • China releases reserves data for nonmetallic minerals

    Monday, 25 September 2017

    China's Ministry of Land and Resources released new data last month about the country's reserves of strategic important minerals, including several non-metallic minerals such as graphite, lithium and zircon.

  • Graphite Juniors News in Brief 21 September

    Thursday, 21 September 2017

    A brief roundup of notable activity in the graphite industry, with news from Alabama Graphite, Black Rock Mining, Syrah Resources and Magnis Resources.

  • Morgan develops extra-large crucibles

    Thursday, 21 September 2017

    The crucibles will have a capacity of 3 tonnes of molten metal, which can be increased up to 10 tonnes for specific melting requirements.

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Construction-Chemicals

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Energy

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Processing

  • China releases reserves data for nonmetallic minerals

    Monday, 25 September 2017

    China's Ministry of Land and Resources released new data last month about the country's reserves of strategic important minerals, including several non-metallic minerals such as graphite, lithium and zircon.

  • Jiangxi Motor to expand lithium carbonate capacity

    Monday, 25 September 2017

    China's Jiangxi Motor has announced its plans to expand its lithium carbonate capacity to 30,000 tpa in response to strong demand.

  • Price briefing 15–21 September

    Friday, 22 September 2017

    Chinese fused magnesia prices hit all-time high; a ban on sales of explosives propel bauxite prices; brown fused alumina hit two-year high; iodine rises as consumers stock up; lithium prices held firm

  • Graphite Juniors News in Brief 21 September

    Thursday, 21 September 2017

    A brief roundup of notable activity in the graphite industry, with news from Alabama Graphite, Black Rock Mining, Syrah Resources and Magnis Resources.

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Logistics

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Regulation

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Oilfield

  • Industrial minerals in the new Trump era

    Thursday, 15 December 2016

    Trump win ‘positive’ for oil and gas sector while uncertainty surrounds the future of renewables. Meanwhile a lack of clarity remains in terms of foreign trade agreements.

  • OPEC agrees to curb oil output

    Thursday, 15 December 2016

    Oil prices rallied following an announcement by OPEC that it would set a production limit of 32.5m bbl/d.

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