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Table 49: French 15-Year Perspective for Fluorspar by End Use Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Unit consumption (*) for Hydrofluoric Acid & Aluminum Fluoride, Basic Oxygen Furnaces, Electric Furnaces and Other Uses for years 1998, 2008 and 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-21
The two units are for a fluorspar mining project of Sephaku, in the Gauteng Province of South Africa.
signed with separate Mongolian partners to conduct exploration for fluorspar.
Over the past decade as a whole, demand for fluorspar has grown at just 2.
PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-31 An Introduction to Fluorspar II-31 Types of Fluorspar II-32 Acid Grade II-32 Sub Acid Grade II-32 Uses II-32 Product Substitutes II-33 Product Recycling II-34 End Uses II-34 Chemical Profile of Hydrofluoric Acid II-34
processing of metallurgical grade fluorspar for use in the steel industry and
The Company also announced the planned creation of an Employee Share Ownership Programme, which will allow its employees to become partial owners of Kenya Fluorspar.
However, a recovery may be on the horizon by 2017, according to the latest analysis in Roskill's half-yearly Fluorspar Industry Briefing.
The raw materials subject to the export restraints are various forms of bauxite, coke, fluorspar, magnesium, manganese, silicon carbide, silicon metal, yellow phosphorus and zinc.
The July 5 WTO ruling applies to elements including bauxite, coking coal, fluorspar, magnesium, manganese, silicon metal, silicon carbide, yellow phosphorus and zinc.
These recent and pending acquisitions are just the latest in an aggressive expansion effort launched in 2005 that has firmly established Mexichem as the largest producer of PVC pipe in Latin America and the largest worldwide producer of fluorspar, also known as fluorite.
Sinosteel Trading is a state-owned large-size foreign trade company and is a subsidiary of Sinosteel Corporation, It is principally engaged in importingiron industry raw materials mainly comprising iron ore and exporting metallurgical raw and auxiliary materials such as fluorspar, bauxite, magnesite, rare earth and refractory materials, processing of imported raw materials, the development of metallurgical products and international and domestic trade of metallurgical raw and auxiliary materials.