Olivine

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Pricing News

  • PRICING NOTICE: Holiday pricing schedule for 2020-2021

    Monday, 03 February 2020

    View the Fastmarkets holiday pricing schedule for 2020 and 2021.

  • PRICING NOTICE: Fastmarkets moves to annual methodology reviews across PRA divisions

    Tuesday, 21 January 2020

    Beginning in 2020, Fastmarkets will review its pricing methodologies and price specifications across all its Price Reporting Agency (PRA) divisions - Metals & Mining and Forest Products - on an annual basis rather than twice per year.

  • Price Briefing: June 1-7

    Friday, 08 June 2018

    Cheaper material offered by smaller producers weigh on Chinese battery-grade lithium carbonate, hydroxide prices; European antimony trioxide market softens on lack of sales; PRICING NOTICE: Discontinuation of celestite; PRICING NOTICE: Discontinuation of olivine price; Fresh talk about consolidation of Liaoning province's magnesia sector but prices steady for now; PRICING NOTICE: Discontinuation of kyanite pricing; China fluorspar prices push higher while sellers wait for stronger prices; No movement on Chinese soda ash price despite restored supply sources

  • PRICING NOTICE: Discontinuation of olivine price

    Thursday, 07 June 2018

    Industrial Minerals has today discontinued its olivine price.

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Features

  • Russia: Open for olivine

    Friday, 18 March 2016

    JSC North Urals Dunites is planning to mine dunite as a source of olivine from the Iovinsky deposit in Russia’s Ural Mountains, which promises to be the world’s second largest project of its kind. Vladislav Vorotnikov, IM Correspondent, discovers how the company is dealing with environmental opposition and the challenge of finding new markets.

  • Raw materials trends in refractories

    Wednesday, 03 September 2014

    Over the last two years IM has reported on the shifting trends in the refractories industry, with China looking to reduce wastage and increase energy efficiency. Ted Dickson* explores these various trends and asks – how will this shift impact raw material supply?

  • Carbon capture: the added values of mineral carbonation

    Tuesday, 29 July 2014

    Although the global warming potential of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions has always been acknowledged by the scientific community and governments worldwide, CO2 has been historically undervalued in the market place, which did not encourage companies to reduce emissions.

  • Norway’s mining strategy to attract exploration

    Friday, 21 February 2014

    The Norwegian government is seeking to attract miners to the country and has developed a strategy for the minerals industry to do this by promoting the country’s deposits and publicising the industries that are already in place and working.

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