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Molybdenum: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook - 13th Edition

出版商 Roskill Information Services 商品編碼 243526
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 364 Pages, 6 Chapters, 32 Tables, 70 Figures
商品交期: 最快1-2個工作天內
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鉬市場預測:第13版 Molybdenum: Global Industry, Markets & Outlook - 13th Edition
出版日期: 2017年03月03日 內容資訊: 英文 364 Pages, 6 Chapters, 32 Tables, 70 Figures



第1章 摘要整理

第2章 特性、生產、蘊藏量

第3章 採礦、製造流程

第4章 全球天然鉬產品的生產量

第5章 全球鐵鉬生產量

第6章 鉬產品的生產及貿易:各國

第7章 全球鉬產品消費量

第8章 鉬產品的用途及利用

第9章 天然鉬的供需預測

第10章 鉬產品價格的成果及預測

第11章 主要鉬生產、加工的概要


Product Code: ISBN: 978 1 910922 22 4

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The supply of primary molybdenum concentrates into the world market is led by China, which accounted for approximately 40% of global production in 2015. Lower molybdenum prices and demand in late 2015 and 2016 have resulted in production cut-backs by major Chinese molybdenum producers and suspended production at some small-medium scale Chinese molybdenum producers. China is expected to remain the largest producer of molybdenum concentrates in 2016, with Chile forecast to be the next largest producer.

Other major molybdenum producing nations have also seen production fall as oversupply, falling demand and low prices have impacted producers. Freeport McMoran, the largest single producer of molybdenum in 2015, announced a reduced production target for 2016 and has increased its molybdenum inventory. Chilean state owned producer CODELCO however is forecast to increase production in 2016, driven by increased output from the Chuquicamata mine in Chile's Antofagasta region and the Andina mine in Valparaíso region.

New molybdenum operations which entered production in 2014 and 2015 have had mixed fortunes in 2016. The Sierra Gorda mine in Chile has ramped-up its molybdenum production to become the second largest molybdenum mine in Chile behind CODELCOs Chuquicamata mine, though the company has faced fines for environmental permit infringements and is reviewing the planned expansion of the operation. The Yichun Luming mine in the Heilongjiang province of China suspended production in November 2015, seventeen months after its first production. Production at the mine was restarted in February 2016, and despite the temporary closure production in 2016 is forecast to remain similar to output in 2015.

The production of steel products remains the largest end-use application of molybdenum products, mainly consumed in the production of stainless and full-alloy steels. The use of molybdenum-bearing steel is strongly linked to the oil and gas industry, as it is used in production and exploratory drilling equipment and in refinery infrastructure. The fall in global oil prices experienced in H2-2015 and early 2016 caused demand for these products to fall, though the resurgence in oil prices throughout the remainder of 2016 has supported a recovery in demand.

Roskill experts will answer your questions...

  • How will Chinese producers react to stronger molybdenum pricing?
  • Will by-product producers continue to increase their share of global production?
  • Will forecast molybdenum prices support primary molybdenum producers to restart production?
  • Which new projects are likely to enter production by 2026?
  • What is the outlook for molybdenum usage in steel, metallurgical and chemical applications?

Table of Contents

  • 1. Executive summary
  • 2. Properties, occurrences and reserves of molybdenum
  • 3. Molybdenum mining and production processes
  • 4. World production of primary molybdenum products
  • 5. World production of ferromolybdenum
  • 6. Production and trade of molybdenum products by country
  • 7. World consumption of molybdenum products
  • 8. Applications and uses of molybdenum products
  • 9. Forecast primary molybdenum supply and demand to 2026
  • 10. Historical and forecast prices for molybdenum products
  • 11. Profiles of major molybdenum producing and processing
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