Liaoning ends power cuts, fused magnesia production back to normal, sources say

By Carrie Shi
Published: Friday, 05 November 2021

China’s Liaoning province was to stop its regime of power cuts and allow power supplies to return to normal from 8pm Beijing time on Friday November 5. The production of fused magnesia would also be able to return to normal, sources told Fastmarkets.

Fused magnesia production would be at the usual rate instead of only resuming with a 30% load in kilns, according to the latest policy decision on November 5, sources said.

Liaoning’s industry and information department had announced on October 30 that only alternating periods of electricity use among fused magnesia...

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