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  • By William Clarke
    Published: 22 Jun 2018

    Uncompleted wells soar after pressure pumpers cut back on operations due to limited export capacity.

  • By IM Staff
    Published: 12 Jun 2018

    The approval of new mining legislation in Zimbabwe seeks to open the country up to greater levels of investment and boost its output of minerals, such as chrome and lithium.

  • By Cameron Perks
    Published: 07 Jun 2018

    As zircon prices continue to rise, what is Iluka, the world’s most significant zircon producer, doing to alleviate tight global zircon supply, and how significant is the Eucla Basin in terms of supply security? Industrial Minerals’ Australia correspondent, Cameron Perks, takes a look at the company’s expansion efforts, and explorations that could have an effect on zircon supplies.

  • By Cameron Perks
    Published: 31 May 2018

    Several mineral exploration companies are searching for vanadium amidst high demand and high prices for the material, so what will a future increase in vanadium production do for the titanium market?

  • By Cameron Perks
    Published: 25 May 2018

    As modern architecture increasingly looks to smart glass for its unique, functional and environmentally friendly properties, Industrial Minerals correspondent Cameron Perks takes a look at how this may stimulate demand for glass minerals, as well as certain metal oxides.

  • By Michael Greenfield
    Michael Greenfield
    Published: 17 May 2018

    Fears that Eti Soda could create an oversupply in the soda ash market and send prices tumbling have not been realized, but questions remain about how the market so readily absorbed the additional tonnages that are being produced, and what will happen next.

  • By Michael Greenfield
    Michael Greenfield
    Published: 09 May 2018

    At the Ceramics Expo 2018 conference in Cleveland, Ohio, Spinks Clay said the domestic US tile market will continue its strong growth, helped by an influx of new producers and competitive energy costs.

  • By Davide Ghilotti
    William Clarke
    Carrie Shi
    Published: 04 May 2018

    The East Asian country, which produces some of the most widely used mineral commodities in refractories, abrasives and pigments, is persisting with its drive to improve the environmental profile of its heavy industry, and is gearing up for further restrictions on local operations.

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