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  • Vancouver port volumes fall

    Friday, 26 August 2016

    Overall dry bulk at Canadian port falls but picture mixed for potash and sulphur shipments.

  • Ilika, Johnson Matthey to team up on Li-S battery

    Wednesday, 17 August 2016

    The three-year project aims to overcome some of the existing issues in the development of lithium-sulphur batteries that have so far prevented their commercialisation, despite the technology being slated as the successor to lithium-ion due to its superior energy density.

  • Chemours finalises sale of its sulphur segment

    Monday, 01 August 2016

    US-based Chemours has sold its sulphur segment to Veolia, as part of its streamlining process which will enable the company to focus on titanium technologies, fluoroproducts and its cyanide segment.

  • Chemours to sell sulphur business to Veolia

    Tuesday, 19 July 2016

    US-based Chemours is selling off its sulphur segment as part of its streamlining process which will enable the company to focus on titanium technologies, fluoroproducts and its cyanide segment.

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  • Growth markets for new fertilisers

    Friday, 27 February 2015

    As a raft of new sulphur deficiency-addressing fertilisers hit the international market, James Sean Dickson, Reporter, examines the reasons for their emergence, and the future of the specialist crop nutrient industry.

  • Feeding the world: the future role for minerals

    Friday, 27 February 2015

    As the global population continues to expand rapidly, there is a growing need to increase crop production. Frank Hart* examines the role minerals can play in achieving this goal.

  • Is there any room for additional fertiliser supply?

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014

    Owing to its solid long term fundamentals, producers and juniors have been developing new fertiliser projects. But with recent developments, lower prices and uncertain demand, this is not a race that all will finish.

  • Short-term sulphur oversupply on the horizon

    Monday, 22 July 2013

    Supply growing is faster than demand, driven by oil and gas markets; balance depends on fertiliser demand growth

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