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Mineral Reports Suite

Understand the key catalysts driving the global mineral market.

The Mineral Reports Suite helps producers and consumer understand mineral market drivers, industry dynamics and key players by providing a comprehensive overview that supports strategic decision making.

The industrial minerals industry is diverse in many aspects. Its product range spans from commodities such as salt, bauxite, titanium dioxide, or soda ash to specialty lower volume products such as ceramic proppants or specialty graphites. Some industrial minerals, i.e. limestone, and salt are abundant in almost every world region, whereas economically exploitable deposits of other minerals, i.e. boron or lithium can only at a places on the globe. Industrial minerals are being used in all industries, starting from large scale uses as functional fillers and pigments in polymers, paints and coatings, or as additives in feed and food, to very specialized smaller scale uses in magnets, electronic materials or in batteries.

Subscribe today to:

  • Understand the business implications of legislation affecting minerals
  • Gain deeper knowledge of mineral industry growth, regionally and globally
  • Access insight into technologies and chemicals associated with minerals
  • Learn what’s driving the growth of the minerals industry

What’s Included

You will receive full access to the Chemical Economics Handbook (CEH) and Specialty Chemicals Update Program (SCUP) reports listed below, along with inquiry privileges to ask questions or discuss findings with the IHS Chemical experts who authored the reports.

Mineral Reports Suite
Boron Minerals and ChemicalsCEH
Calcium Carbonate, Fine-Ground and PrecipitatedCEH
Fluorspar and Inorganic Fluorine CompoundsCEH
Lithium, Lithium Minerals and Lithium ChemicalsCEH
Pigments, Inorganic ColorCEH
Rare Earth Minerals and ProductsCEH
Silicates and SilicasCEH
Titanium DioxideCEH
Oil Field ChemicalsSCUP

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