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銻的全球市場的預測 ∼2025年:高級版 (第12版)

Antimony: World Market for Antimony to 2025, 12th Edition

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銻的全球市場的預測 ∼2025年:高級版 (第12版) Antimony: World Market for Antimony to 2025, 12th Edition
出版日期: 2015年09月30日 內容資訊: 英文 318 Pages; 178 Tables and 106 Figures
簡介

由於 銻的製造一次製造、回收的二次製造依同擴展全球,尤其中國是最大的生產國,在2014年中佔全球供給量4分之3的規模。品質高大規模的礦床位於中國南部,湖南省、廣西自治區、雲南省有最大規模的礦山。可是由於該地區的平均礦石品位降低,國內製造從2008年到2014年以年度1%的比例減少,這帶給國際貿易模式大幅影響。

本報告提供全球銻市場相關調查、銻的蘊藏量及出礦量、產品等級以及各國的供給/製造量、各產品等級的進出口的趨勢、各種用途種類與概要、需求量與供需平衡、全球宏觀經濟市場背景、製造量/消費量/價格的預測、在中國及其他地區操作的企業等資訊彙整。

第1章 摘要整理

  • 供給
  • 貿易
  • 需求
  • 價格
  • 展望

第2章 開採、處理、規格

  • 開採
  • 處理
    • 乾式冶煉
    • 濕式冶煉
    • 銻鉛製造
  • 規格
    • 輝銻礦
    • 銻金屬
    • 銻錠
    • 銻化合物

第3章 全球銻供給

  • 產狀
  • 蘊藏量、資源
  • 出礦量
  • 銻鉛製造量
  • 金屬製造量
  • 氧化物 (、同等物質) 製造量

第4章 銻的供給:各國

第5章 國際貿易

  • 礦石、精礦
  • 銻金屬
  • 銻氧化物
  • 銻鉛

第6章 全球銻需求

第7章 非冶金用途

  • 阻燃劑
    • 鹵素化阻燃劑
    • 其他
    • 銻相乘劑
    • 銻氧化物的替代物
    • 各類聚合物的用途
      • 熱塑性塑膠
      • 熱硬化物
      • 合成橡膠
    • 各部門的用途
      • 建設
      • 電子、電子設備
      • 家具
    • 阻燃劑的主要製造商
    • 銻的阻燃劑用途的消費量
  • 聚合物的催化劑、熱穩定化
    • 聚合物製造的催化劑
    • PVC熱穩定化
    • PVC、PET的主要製造商
    • 銻的聚合物催化劑、熱穩定化用途的消費量
  • 陶瓷
    • 白色家電的利用
  • 玻璃
    • 顯示面板的利用
  • 其他

第8章 冶金用途

  • 鉛酸電池
  • 其他

第9章 供需平衡

第10章 宏觀經濟的展望

  • 變化旋渦之中的中國
  • 全球經濟狀況
  • 全球宏觀經濟展望

第11章 主要用途、終端用戶的展望

  • 建設
    • 歐洲
    • 北美
    • 亞洲
  • 運輸
  • 塑膠

第12章 銻需求的展望

第13章 銻供給的展望

  • 計畫項目

第14章 供需平衡的展望

第15章 銻價格趨勢

  • 到目前為止的價格變遷
  • 礦石、精礦
  • 銻錠
  • 銻氧化物
  • 銻價格的季節性
  • 黃金價格的比較
  • APT價格的比較
  • 價格的替代
  • 價格的展望
  • 風險因素

第16章 附錄 I (中國的經營)

  • China Tin Group
  • Guangxi Longlin Town Antimony
  • Guangdong Mikuni Antimony Industries
  • Guangxi Mahao
  • Guangxi Wuxu
  • Guangxi YoungSun Chemicals
  • Hechi Nanfang
  • Huachang Antimony
  • Hubei Tongshan Aixing
  • Hunan Chenzhou Mining
  • Hunan Lujian Antimony
  • Hunan Taojiang Jiutong Group
  • Jiefu Retardant Materials
  • Nandan Nanjing Chashan
  • Xikuangshan Twinkling Star

第17章 附錄 II (在中國之外的經營、計劃)

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Product Code: ISBN 978 0 86214 626 9

Antimony enters the supply chain either as a result of mining (primary production) or recycling (secondary production). In both cases, production is spread across six continents with China being the largest producer. China has by far the largest antimony resources accounted for three-quarters of world mine supply in 2014. The biggest, and most high-grade, deposits are found in southern China, with the largest mines located in Hunan, Guangxi and Yunnan provinces. Chinese production, however, dropped by 1%py over the 2008 to 2014 period, in part because average ore-grades in these provinces have declined. This has had a profound effect on international trade patterns.

Since the turn of the century, trade in antimony ores and concentrates has increased at a considerable rate, as China sourced increasing quantities of concentrate from non-domestic sources. Chinese imports peaked in 2012 at 68.9kt (gross weight), before dropping back in 2013 and 2014. Although Chinese production dropped between 2008 and 2014, world mine production increased at a rate of a 1.8%py over this period, reaching 136.7kt of antimony. This growth was driven by production increases in Tajikistan, Russia, Australia and Bolivia - the four biggest producers outside China. Much of the material produced in these countries is exported to China for refining. However, in H1 2015 there were practically no Russian exports to China - with total Chinese import levels dropping by 34% year-on-year. This suggests that Russian producers are preparing for domestic smelter capacity to become operational.

Antimony is consumed mostly in flame retardants and lead-acid batteries. While demand has increased over the 2008 to 2014 period, it has done so only at 0.9%py. Demand has been sluggish since the global financial crisis, mostly because key markets failed to recover strongly from the downturn. Further, antimony is increasingly being loaded in smaller and smaller amounts in some end-use applications, most notably in certain flame retardant formulations. These factors combined resulted in demand for antimony actually declining year-on-year between 2010 and 2014. Asia is the dominant consuming region across both metallurgical and non-metallurgical end uses.

Since H1 2011, prices of antimony have gradually declined, owing to oversupply, over capacity, and weak demand in key end-use sectors. Roskill expects the market to remain broadly in balance, although with supply slightly outstripping demand (albeit only by 1-2ktpy) to 2019. China's continued thirst for raw materials will, in Roskill's opinion, sustain the period of oversupply on a global level - as producers in Australia, Bolivia, and Myanmar continue to try to realise profits through exports to China. If Russian exports to China do not resume, and/or Tajik exports slow, it will have implications for the Chinese (and, therefore, global) market.

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SAMPLES

Figure 1: World Major antimony resources

Table of Contents

1. Executive summary

  • 1.1. Supply
  • 1.2. Trade
  • 1.3. Demand
  • 1.4. Prices
  • 1.5. Outlook

2. Mining, processing and specifications

  • 2.1. Mining
  • 2.2. Processing
    • 2.2.1. Pyrometallurgy
      • 2.2.1.1. Low-grade ores
      • 2.2.1.2. Intermediate-grade ores
      • 2.2.1.3. High-grade ores
    • 2.2.2. Hydrometallurgy
    • 2.2.3. Antimonial lead production
  • 2.3. Specifications
    • 2.3.1. Stibnite ores
    • 2.3.2. Antimony metal
    • 2.3.3. Antimony ingot
    • 2.3.4. Antimony compounds

3. World supply of antimony

  • 3.1. Occurrence
    • 3.1.1. Reserves and resources
  • 3.2. Mine production
  • 3.3. Antimonial lead production
  • 3.4. Metal production
  • 3.5. Oxide (and equivalent) production

4. Supply of antimony by country

  • 4.1. Argentina
  • 4.2. Algeria
  • 4.3. Australia
  • 4.4. Austria
  • 4.5. Belgium
  • 4.6. Bolivia
  • 4.7. Brazil
  • 4.8. Bulgaria
  • 4.9. Canada
  • 4.10. Chile
  • 4.11. China
    • 4.11.1. Chinese resources
    • 4.11.2. Mine production in China
    • 4.11.3. Refined production in China
    • 4.11.4. Antimonial lead production
    • 4.11.5. Chinese trade
    • 4.11.6. Quotas and taxes
    • 4.11.7. Analysis of the Chinese antimony sector
    • 4.11.8. Government stockpiles and the Fanya Exchange
  • 4.12. Columbia
  • 4.13. Czech Republic
  • 4.14. Ecuador
  • 4.15. France
  • 4.16. Germany
  • 4.17. Greece
  • 4.18. Guatemala
  • 4.19. Honduras
  • 4.20. India
  • 4.21. Indonesia
  • 4.22. Iran
  • 4.23. Ireland
  • 4.24. Israel
  • 4.25. Italy
  • 4.26. Japan
  • 4.27. Kazakhstan
  • 4.28. Kenya
  • 4.29. Kyrgyz Republic
  • 4.30. Laos
  • 4.31. Malaysia
  • 4.32. Mexico
  • 4.33. Morocco
  • 4.34. Myanmar
  • 4.35. Nigeria
  • 4.36. North Korea
  • 4.37. Oman
  • 4.38. Pakistan
  • 4.39. Peru
  • 4.40. Philippines
  • 4.41. Poland
  • 4.42. Portugal
  • 4.43. Romania
  • 4.44. Russia
  • 4.45. Saudi Arabia
  • 4.46. Serbia
  • 4.47. Slovakia
  • 4.48. Slovenia
  • 4.49. South Africa
  • 4.50. South Korea
  • 4.51. Spain
  • 4.52. Sri Lanka
  • 4.53. Sweden
  • 4.54. Taiwan
  • 4.55. Tajikistan
  • 4.56. Thailand
  • 4.57. Turkey
  • 4.58. UAE
  • 4.59. Ukraine
  • 4.60. UK
  • 4.61. USA
  • 4.62. Venezuela
  • 4.63. Vietnam
  • 4.64. Zimbabwe

5. International trade

  • 5.1. Trade in ores and concentrates
  • 5.2. Trade in antimony metal
  • 5.3. Trade in antimony oxide
  • 5.4. Trade in antimonial lead

6. World demand for antimony

7. Non-metallurgical applications

  • 7.1. Flame retardants
    • 7.1.1. Halogenated flame retardants
    • 7.1.2. Other chemical types
    • 7.1.3. Antimony synergists
    • 7.1.4. Alternatives to antimony oxides
    • 7.1.5. Use by polymer type
      • 7.1.5.1. Thermoplastics
      • 7.1.5.2. Thermosets
      • 7.1.5.3. Elastomers
    • 7.1.6. Use by sector
      • 7.1.6.1. Construction
      • 7.1.6.2. Electronic and electrical applications
      • 7.1.6.3. Furnishings
    • 7.1.7. Major producers of flame retardants
    • 7.1.8. Consumption of antimony in flame retardants
  • 7.2. Catalysis and heat stabilisation in polymers
    • 7.2.1. Use as a catalyst in polyester production
    • 7.2.2. Use in PVC stabilisation
    • 7.2.3. Major producers of PVC and PET
    • 7.2.4. Consumption of antimony in the catalysis and heat stabilisation of plastics
  • 7.3. Ceramics
    • 7.3.1. Use in white goods
  • 7.4. Glass
    • 7.4.1. Use in display panels
  • 7.5. Other non-metallurgical applications

8. Metallurgical applications

  • 8.1. Lead-acid batteries
    • 8.1.1. Use in motor vehicles
    • 8.1.2. Use in e-bikes
    • 8.1.3. Use in other applications
    • 8.1.4. Major producers of lead-acid batteries
    • 8.1.5. Consumption of antimony in lead-acid batteries
  • 8.2. Other metallurgical applications

9. Supply/demand balance

10. Macroeconomic outlook to 2025

  • 10.1. China in transition
    • 10.1.1. Slowing economic growth
    • 10.1.2. Government stimulus policies
    • 10.1.3. Currency devaluation
    • 10.1.4. Consumer-driven economy
  • 10.2. The state of the world economy
    • 10.2.1. NAFTA
    • 10.2.2. Europe
    • 10.2.3. Russia and the CIS
    • 10.2.4. Japan
    • 10.2.5. India
    • 10.2.6. Latin America
    • 10.2.7. Oceania
    • 10.2.8. Middle East and North Africa
    • 10.2.9. Sub-Saharan Africa
    • 10.2.10. Rest of Asia
  • 10.3. Global macroeconomic outlook
    • 10.3.1. GDP growth
    • 10.3.2. Industrial production
    • 10.3.3. Income per capita
    • 10.3.4. Population growth
    • 10.3.5. Age profile
    • 10.3.6. Urbanisation
    • 10.3.7. Spending patterns
    • 10.3.8. Energy prices
    • 10.3.9. Exchange rates

11. Outlook for key applications and end-use sectors

  • 11.1. Construction
    • 11.1.1. Europe
    • 11.1.2. North America
    • 11.1.3. Asia
  • 11.2. Transportation
  • 11.3. Plastics

12. Outlook for antimony demand

13. Outlook for antimony supply

  • 13.1. Project pipeline
  • 13.2. Ramp-up of existing operations
  • 13.3. The future of Chinese production
  • 13.4. Availability of secondary supply

14. Outlook for supply/demand balance

15. Prices of antimony

  • 15.1. Historical price trends
  • 15.2. Antimony ores and concentrates
  • 15.3. Antimony ingot
  • 15.4. Antimony oxide
  • 15.5. Seasonality of antimony prices
  • 15.6. Comparison with gold prices
  • 15.7. Comparison with APT prices
  • 15.8. Price driven substitution
  • 15.9. Price outlook
  • 15.10. Risk factors

16. Appendix I (Chinese operations)

  • 16.1. China Tin Group
  • 16.2. Guangxi Longlin Town Antimony
  • 16.3. Guangdong Mikuni Antimony Industries
  • 16.4. Guangxi Mahao
  • 16.5. Guangxi Wuxu
  • 16.6. Guangxi YoungSun Chemicals
  • 16.7. Hechi Nanfang
  • 16.8. Huachang Antimony
  • 16.9. Hubei Tongshan Aixing
  • 16.10. Hunan Chenzhou Mining
    • 16.10.1. Chengde Chenzhou Antimony
    • 16.10.2. Hunan Anhua Zhazaixi Mining
    • 16.10.3. Hunan Xinlong Mining
    • 16.10.4. Others
  • 16.11. Hunan Lujian Antimony
  • 16.12. Hunan Taojiang Jiutong Group
  • 16.13. Jiefu Retardant Materials
  • 16.14. Nandan Nanjing Chashan
  • 16.15. Xikuangshan Twinkling Star

17. Appendix II (Non-Chinese operations and projects)

  • 17.1. ADK Mining
  • 17.2. AMG
  • 17.3. Amalgamated Gold and Silver
  • 17.4. Anchor Resources
  • 17.5. Anzob
  • 17.6. Apocan
  • 17.7. AR Zinc
  • 17.8. Artemis Resources
  • 17.9. Aurubis
  • 17.10. Azor Ambiental
  • 17.11. Baterpol
  • 17.12. Beaver Brook Antimony Mine (BBAM)
  • 17.13. Bergsoe Metals
  • 17.14. Boliden Bergsöe
  • 17.15. Bracken Resources
  • 17.16. Britannia Recycling
  • 17.17. BS Investment Holding
  • 17.18. Campine
  • 17.19. Canada Metal
  • 17.20. Cengiz Holding
  • 17.21. Chaarat Gold
  • 17.22. Chemico Chemicals
  • 17.23. Cia Minera Salinas (COMISAL)
  • 17.24. Comité Boliviano de Productores de Antimonio
  • 17.25. Coplosa
  • 17.26. Doe Run Peru
  • 17.27. DOWA Group
  • 17.28. ECOBAT Technologies
  • 17.29. EM Vinto
  • 17.30. Empresa Minera Bernal
  • 17.31. Empresa Minera Unificada (EMUSA)
  • 17.32. Enertec
  • 17.33. Enirgi Group
  • 17.34. Fae, Indústria e Comércio de Metais
  • 17.35. First Liberty Power
  • 17.36. Geodex Minerals
  • 17.37. GeoProMining (GPM)
  • 17.38. Glencore
  • 17.39. Global Minerals
  • 17.40. Great Lakes Chemical Company Laurel de Mexico
  • 17.41. Hakurnas Lead Works
  • 17.42. Hoppecke
  • 17.43. Hosokura Metal and Mining
  • 17.44. Hoyt Darchem
  • 17.45. HydroMet
  • 17.46. Il Sung Antimony
  • 17.47. JL Goslar
  • 17.48. JX Nippon Mining & Metals
  • 17.49. Koncern Farmakom
  • 17.50. Korea Zinc
  • 17.51. Kovohute Príbram Nástupnická
  • 17.52. Koza Gold
  • 17.53. Kucuk Kral Antimony
  • 17.54. Kyrgyz Altyn
  • 17.55. Lead and Zinc Complex
  • 17.56. Lowden Metals UK
  • 17.57. Mandalay Resources
  • 17.58. Metal Reclamation Industries
  • 17.59. Metallo-Chimique
  • 17.60. Metalex Products
  • 17.61. Metalúrgica de Medina
  • 17.62. Met-Mex Peñoles
  • 17.63. Minas de Guatemala
  • 17.64. Mitsui Mining and Smelting
  • 17.65. Mountain Lake Minerals
  • 17.66. Mteq Pakistan
  • 17.67. Myanmar Mayflower Mining
  • 17.68. National Lead Smelting
  • 17.69. Navam Lanka
  • 17.70. Neferal
  • 17.71. New Moon Industrial
  • 17.72. New Siam Mineral Resources
  • 17.73. New World Gold
  • 17.74. Nihon Seiko
  • 17.75. Norilsk Nickel
  • 17.76. Novoangarsk
  • 17.77. NPTs Electrum
  • 17.78. New Pacific Metals
  • 17.79. Non Ferindo Utama
  • 17.80. Northwest Resources
  • 17.81. Operaciones Metalúrgicas (OMSA)
  • 17.82. Ortac Resources
  • 17.83. Orzel Bialy
  • 17.84. Oxido Metal
  • 17.85. Özdemir Antimuan Madenleri
  • 17.86. Peak Union
  • 17.87. Podolsk
  • 17.88. Propulsora
  • 17.89. Ramcar Technology
  • 17.90. Recyclex
  • 17.91. RusAnt
  • 17.92. Ryaztsvetmet
  • 17.93. Sefidabeh Antimony
  • 17.94. Sing Rasun (SRS)
  • 17.95. Société Africaine des Métaux et Alliages Blancs (SAMAB)
  • 17.96. Société des Fonderies de Plomb de Zellidja
  • 17.97. Stibium Mining
  • 17.98. Suzuhiro Chemicals
  • 17.99. Teck
  • 17.100. Tempo Teknik
  • 17.101. Tha Byu Mining
  • 17.102. Thu Ya Kan Chun
  • 17.103. Thye Ming Industrial
  • 17.104. Toko Sangyo
  • 17.105. Tonolli Canada
  • 17.106. Tonolli do Brasil, Indústria e Comércio de Metais
  • 17.107. Tribotecc
  • 17.108. Tri-Star Resources
  • 17.109. Ukrzinc
  • 17.110. Umicore Precious Metals Refining
  • 17.111. United States Antimony Corporation (USAC)
  • 17.112. Victoria Gold
  • 17.113. Village Main Reef
  • 17.114. Voyager
  • 17.115. Wafer Technology
  • 17.116. Yamanaka & Co
  • 17.117. ZabGOK
  • 17.118. Zinc Industrias Nacionales (Zinca)
  • 17.119. Zirve Mining

List of Tables

  • Table 1: Typical stibnite ore mineral processing results
  • Table 2: Properties of stibnite
  • Table 3: Properties of antimony metal
  • Table 4: ASTM specifications for antimony metal
  • Table 5: Typical specifications for high-purity antimony ingot
  • Table 6: Formulae and antimony contents of antimony compounds
  • Table 7: Specifications for KR grade antimony trioxide produced by Amspec
  • Table 8: USGS: World antimony reserves
  • Table 9: World: Mine production of antimony
  • Table 10: World: Production of antimonial lead
  • Table 11: World: Production of saleable antimony ingot
  • Table 12: World: Production of antimony oxide
  • Table 13: Argentina: Summary statistics
  • Table 14: Argentina: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 15: Algeria: Summary statistics
  • Table 16: Australia: Summary statistics
  • Table 17: Australia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 18: Austria: Summary statistics
  • Table 19: Austria: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 20: Belgium: Summary statistics
  • Table 21: Belgium: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 22: Bolivia: Summary statistics
  • Table 23: Bolivia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 24: Brazil: Summary statistics
  • Table 25: Brazil: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 26: Bulgaria: Summary statistics
  • Table 27: Bulgaria: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 28: Canada: Summary statistics
  • Table 29: Canada: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 30: China: Summary statistics
  • Table 31: China: Details of major mine operations, 2014
  • Table 32: China: Details of major trioxide operations, 2014
  • Table 33: China: Reported ore and head grades
  • Table 34: Chinese imports of antimony ores and concentrates, by province and source
  • Table 35: China: Antimony Resource Taxes, 2014
  • Table 36: China: Antimony trioxide export quotas, 2014
  • Table 37: China: Antimony product and alloy export quotas, 2014
  • Table 38: Columbia: Summary statistics
  • Table 39: Columbia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 40: Czech Republic: Summary statistics
  • Table 41: Czech Republic: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 42: France: Summary statistics
  • Table 43: France: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 44: Germany: Summary statistics
  • Table 45: Germany: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 46: Greece: Summary statistics
  • Table 47: Guatemala: Summary statistics
  • Table 48: Guatemala: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 49: Honduras: Summary statistics
  • Table 50: India: Summary statistics
  • Table 51: India: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 52: Indonesia: Summary statistics
  • Table 53: Indonesia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 54: Iran: Summary statistics
  • Table 55: Iran: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 56: Ireland: Summary statistics
  • Table 57: Israel: Summary statistics
  • Table 58: Israel: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 59: Italy: Summary statistics
  • Table 60: Italy: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 61: Japan: Summary statistics
  • Table 62: Japan: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 63: Kazakhstan: Summary statistics
  • Table 64: Kazakhstan: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 65: Kenya: Summary statistics
  • Table 66: Kyrgyz Republic: Summary statistics
  • Table 67: Kyrgyz Republic: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 68: Laos: Summary statistics
  • Table 69: Laos: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 70: Malaysia: Summary statistics
  • Table 71: Malaysia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 72: Mexico: Summary statistics
  • Table 73: Mexico: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 74: Morocco: Summary statistics
  • Table 75: Morocco: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 76: Myanmar: Summary statistics
  • Table 77: Myanmar: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 78: Nigeria: Summary statistics
  • Table 79: Oman: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 80: Pakistan: Summary statistics
  • Table 81: Pakistan: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 82: Peru: Summary statistics
  • Table 83: Peru: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 84: Philippines: Summary statistics
  • Table 85: Philippines: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 86: Poland: Summary statistics
  • Table 87: Poland: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 88: Portugal: Summary statistics
  • Table 89: Romania: Summary statistics
  • Table 90: Romania: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 91: Russia: Summary statistics
  • Table 92: Russia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 93: Saudi Arabia: Summary statistics
  • Table 94: Saudi Arabia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 95: Serbia: Summary statistics
  • Table 96: Serbia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 97: Slovakia: Summary statistics
  • Table 98: Slovakia: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 99: Slovenia: Summary statistics
  • Table 100: South Africa: Summary statistics
  • Table 101: South Africa: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 102: South Korea: Summary statistics
  • Table 103: South Korea: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 104: Spain: Summary statistics
  • Table 105: Spain: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 106: Sri Lanka: Summary statistics
  • Table 107: Sri Lanka: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 108: Sweden: Summary statistics
  • Table 109: Sweden: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 110: Taiwan: Summary statistics
  • Table 111: Taiwan: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 112: Tajikistan: Summary statistics
  • Table 113: Tajikistan: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 114: Thailand: Summary statistics
  • Table 115: Thailand: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 116: Turkey: Summary statistics
  • Table 117: Turkey: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 118: UAE: Summary statistics
  • Table 119: Ukraine: Summary statistics
  • Table 120: Ukraine: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 121: UK: Summary statistics
  • Table 122: UK: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 123: USA: Summary statistics
  • Table 124: USA: Details of projects and operations, 2014
  • Table 125: Venezuela: Summary statistics
  • Table 126: Vietnam: Summary statistics
  • Table 127: World: Exports of antimony ores and concentrates
  • Table 128: World: Top ten country exports of antimony ores and concentrates, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 129: World: Imports of antimony ores and concentrates
  • Table 130: World: Top ten country exports of antimony ores and concentrates, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 131: World: Trade matrix for antimony ores and concentrates, 2014
  • Table 132: China: Importers of antimony ores and concentrates, by country of source
  • Table 133: China: Exports of antimony metal
  • Table 134: World: Exports of antimony metal
  • Table 135: World: Top five country exports of antimony metal, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 136: World: Imports of antimony metal
  • Table 137: World: Top ten country imports of antimony metal, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 138: World: Exports of antimony oxide
  • Table 139: World: Top five country exports of antimony oxide, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 140: World: Imports of antimony oxide
  • Table 141: World: Top five country imports of antimony oxide, H1 2014 and H1 2015
  • Table 142: World: Trade matrix for antimony oxides, 2014
  • Table 143: World: Exports of antimonial lead
  • Table 144: World: Imports of antimonial lead
  • Table 145: World: Trade matrix for antimonial lead, 2014
  • Table 146: World: Consumption of antimony in, by end-use
  • Table 147: World: Consumption of antimony in non-metallurgical applications, by source
  • Table 148: World: Consumption of antimony in non-metallurgical applications, by end use, 2014
  • Table 149: Typical properties of antimony pentoxide and antimony trioxide
  • Table 150: Chemical and physical properties of antimony-based flame retardants
  • Table 151: Antimony trioxide flame retardant systems for selected polymers
  • Table 152: Markets for antimony trioxide flame retardants
  • Table 153: Effect of plasticiser (dioctylphthalate) and of antimony oxide on the oxygen index of PVC
  • Table 154: The main applications for PVC and their requirement for additional flame retardants
  • Table 155: Main applications for unsaturated polyester resins and their requirement for additional flame retardants
  • Table 156: The main fire retardants used in building and construction applications in Europe
  • Table 157: World: Consumption of antimony in flame retardants
  • Table 158: World: Resin PET consumption by end use, by region, 2015
  • Table 159: World: Consumption of antimony in metallurgical applications, by source
  • Table 160: World: Consumption of antimony in metallurgical applications, by end use, 2014
  • Table 161: World: Estimated antimony content in SLI and industrial batteries by region
  • Table 162: World: Estimates consumption of antimony in lead-acid batteries, by region 2014
  • Table 163: Real actual and forecast GDP growth (2013-2025)
  • Table 164: Current and projected rankings of countries by their GDP
  • Table 165: Actual and forecast change in industrial production (2013-2025)
  • Table 166: GDP per capita of top 20 economies
  • Table 167: The 20 largest cities in 2010 and 2025
  • Table 168: Projected growth in consumption by sector, 2015-2050
  • Table 169: Forward prices for energy, 2015-2025
  • Table 170: Forward rates for major currency pairs (2015-2025)
  • Table 171: World: Resin PET consumption by end use, by region, 2020
  • Table 172: Outlook for antimony consumption by end use, 2015 to 2025
  • Table 173: World: Estimated antimony content in SLI and industrial batteries by region
  • Table 174: Selection of potential mine projects with start-up/re-start potential by 2025
  • Table 175: Selection of potential ingot/oxide projects with start-up/re-start potential by 2025
  • Table 176: Antimony MB free market in warehouse, monthly average
  • Table 177: Roskill price forecast for antimony ingot, 2014 to 2025
  • Table 178: Prices of antimony ingot in different currencies, 2016-2025

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: World: Primary (mine) and secondary (recycled) sources of antimony, 2014
  • Figure 2: World: Antimony mine, ingot and oxide production, 2014
  • Figure 3: World: Consumption of antimony, by end use
  • Figure 4: World: Consumption of antimony, by region , 2014
  • Figure 5: World: Trends in antimony ingot prices, 2000 to H1 2015
  • Figure 6: World: Antimony supply and demand to 2025
  • Figure 7: Roskill price forecast for antimony ingot, 2015 to 2025
  • Figure 8: Pyrometallurgical treatment of antimony concentrates
  • Figure 9: Reverberatory treatment of antimony oxides
  • Figure 10: World: Major antimony resources
  • Figure 11: World: Antimony mine production, 2014
  • Figure 12: World: Leading mine producers of antimony, 2013 and 2014
  • Figure 13: World: Antimonial lead production, 2014
  • Figure 14: World: Saleable ingot production, 2014
  • Figure 15: World: Antimony oxide production, 2014
  • Figure 16: China: Reported mine production of antimony
  • Figure 17: China: Reported mine production of antimony by region, 2012 and 2013
  • Figure 18: China: Reported production of refined antimony
  • Figure 19: China: Reported refined production of antimony by region, 2012 and 2013
  • Figure 20: China: Estimated refined antimony production, by saleable product
  • Figure 21: China: Comparison of imports in gross weight and contained terms, 2014
  • Figure 22: China: Trade in antimony ores and concentrates
  • Figure 23: World: Top exporters of antimony ores and concentrates, 2014
  • Figure 24: China: Exports of antimony metal
  • Figure 25: Mexico: Exports of antimony metal
  • Figure 26: World: Exports of antimony oxide
  • Figure 27: World: Consumption of antimony, by end-use, 2014
  • Figure 28: World: Consumption of antimony by application and region, 2014
  • Figure 29: World: Consumption of antimony, by form, 2014
  • Figure 30: Global thermoplastics consumption, 2014
  • Figure 31: Global thermosets consumption, 2014
  • Figure 32: Global elastomer consumption, 2014
  • Figure 33: Global PVC consumption, 2000-2014
  • Figure 34: World: Share of lead consumption, by end use, 2000, 2005 and 2014
  • Figure 35: World: Share of global lead consumption, by region, 2000, 2005 and 2014
  • Figure 36: Production of motor vehicles, 2006-2014
  • Figure 37: Production of motor vehicles by type, 2014
  • Figure 38: Intensity of car use, 2014 (cars per 1,000 persons)
  • Figure 39: Intensity of car use, 2000-2014
  • Figure 40: E-bike annual production of and fleet size,
  • Figure 41: World: Consumption of antimony in lead-acid batteries, by region
  • Figure 42: World: Global antimony recovery from scrapped lead-acid batteries
  • Figure 43: World: Consumption of lead, by end use, 2014
  • Figure 44: World: Consumption of antimony in other metallurgical applications, 2014
  • Figure 45: World: Antimony supply, by type
  • Figure 46: World: Antimony demand, by type
  • Figure 47: World: Antimony supply and demand
  • Figure 48: Trends in manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 49: China: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 50: China: Industrial production and CPI
  • Figure 51: China: Rail infrastructure spending
  • Figure 52: China: PBC Base interest rate
  • Figure 53: China: Growth in demand for light and heavy oil products
  • Figure 54: China: Difference in light and heavy oil trends
  • Figure 55: NAFTA: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 56: USA: Quarterly job growth (thousands)
  • Figure 57: Euro Area Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 58: Debts owed by Greece
  • Figure 59: Russia: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 60: Russia: Concern over oil prices
  • Figure 61: Japan: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 62: Japan: Unemployment rate
  • Figure 63: India: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 64: GDP growth: India leading
  • Figure 65: Brazil: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 66: Other Americas: Share of GDP
  • Figure 67: Australia: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 68: Australia: Share of exports
  • Figure 69: OPEC oil production, 2014
  • Figure 70: Political stability in the Middle East and North Africa
  • Figure 71: South Africa: Manufacturing PMI
  • Figure 72: SSA: Share of GDP
  • Figure 73: GDP growth (annualised)
  • Figure 74: Real GDP growth in 2015
  • Figure 75: GDP per capita, 2015
  • Figure 76: Historical and projected population by region, 1950-2100
  • Figure 77: Expected growth in population in Africa and the world (inset)
  • Figure 78: Median age in years, 2014 estimate
  • Figure 79: Age profile of selected regions, 2015/2050
  • Figure 80: Urbanisation rate, 2014
  • Figure 81: Number of cities with population 500,000 and above, 1950-2025
  • Figure 82: Spending patterns by income group
  • Figure 83: Historical oil prices, 1987-2015
  • Figure 84: Historical exchange rates
  • Figure 85: Forecast appreciation against USD, 2015-2025
  • Figure 86: Outlook for construction activity in Europe, 2007-2019
  • Figure 87: Outlook for USA completed buildings, 2011-2018
  • Figure 88: Outlook for construction spending in Asia, 2013-2019
  • Figure 89: Outlook for motor vehicles, 2006 to 2020
  • Figure 90: Car base by type of car, 2012-2020
  • Figure 91: Global PVC consumption, 2014-2020
  • Figure 92: World: Antimony supply and demand to 2025
  • Figure 93: World: Consumption of antimony in flame retardants 2014 to 2025
  • Figure 94: World: Antimony supply and demand to 2025
  • Figure 95: World: Trends in antimony ingot prices, 2000 to H1 2015
  • Figure 96: China: Comparison of unit value of imports of antimony concentrates
  • Figure 97: World: Comparison of antimony ingot prices, 2010 to H1 2015
  • Figure 98: World: Comparison of antimony trioxide prices, 2011 to H1 2015
  • Figure 99: China: Comparison of antimony metal and oxide prices, 2011 to H1 2015
  • Figure 100: Average of seasonal variations in antimony prices, 2000 to H12015
  • Figure 101: Seasonal variations in antimony prices, 2011- H1 2015
  • Figure 102: Monthly antimony ingot and gold prices, 2011- H1 2015
  • Figure 103: Correlation between antimony ingot and gold price, 2011 to H1 2015
  • Figure 104: China: APT and antimony trioxide prices, 2002 to 2014
  • Figure 105: World: Trends in antimony ingot prices, 2009 to 2013
  • Figure 106: Price outlook for antimony, 2010-2025
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