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Manganese: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018 - 14th Edition

出版商 Roskill Information Services 商品編碼 225408
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 308 Pages; 162 Tables and 86 Figures
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錳:全球產業、市場與未來展望 Manganese: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018 - 14th Edition
出版日期: 2018年04月13日 內容資訊: 英文 308 Pages; 162 Tables and 86 Figures



  • 摘要整理
  • 錳的生產、流通工程:流程圖
  • 全球生產量
  • 全球消費量
  • 國際貿易趨勢
  • 價格水準
  • 未來展望
  • 背景情況
  • 各國市場的簡介
  • 終端用戶
  • 企業的簡介


Product Code: ISBN: 978 0 86214 617 7

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Towards the end of 2016, manganese ore prices surged in response to a sharp drawdown of industry stock levels. These reflected substantial production cutbacks brought about by low prices over the previous year, in combination with logistical problems in South Africa and a resurgence of demand from China. In 2017, ore prices have remained high which has, in turn, supported elevated manganese alloy prices. Ore prices remaining so high has taken the market by surprise as fundamentals no longer appear to justify such prices. While companies were, at first, reluctant to bring high-cost production back on line, sustained high prices have boosted confidence and supply has increased substantially.

Because of high ore prices, output in South Africa looks set to exceed its previous peak level (~14Mt, seen in 2014) by at least 10%. Australian output has also risen substantially in 2017 due to the restart of the Woodie Woodie and Bootu Creek mines, and additional output is also flowing from other key producing countries such as Ghana, where ConsMin has doubled output over the past two years.

Manganese demand will continue to track the development of world steel production, though the use of manganese per tonne of steel has been on a declining trend in recent years. Global steel output remains unexpectedly buoyant at the moment, underpinned by surprisingly strong Chinese crude steel output. Nonetheless, with Chinese crude steel output expected to stabilise over the medium term, and with manganese ore and alloy production currently increasing strongly, Roskill believes there is scope for the manganese market to move into oversupply which should provoke an overdue correction in prices.

Roskill's new report contains a 10-year outlook for supply, demand and prices making it essential reading for those looking for a comprehensive analysis of future trends in the manganese sector. The report also considers the impact that lithium-ion battery demand and resultant demand for manganese sulphate will have on market dynamics.

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive summary
  • 2. Manganese flowchart
  • 3. World production
  • 4. World consumption
  • 5. International trade
  • 6. Prices
  • 7. Outlook
  • 8. Background
  • 9. Country profiles
  • 10. End-uses
  • 11. Company profiles
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