Tag: Mineral

Mining & Resources

Top 5 factors influencing the mineral sands market in 2017

With global commodity markets in flux, uncertainty has become the new norm for the mining industry, but how can we navigate the many factors that are influencing the industry? We invited leading Ti02 industry commentator and editor of Focus on Pigments and TiO2 Worldwide Update, Mr. Reg Adams to distill the top five factors he…

25 Feb 2016, by Test1 Test1

Mining & Resources

The future of Indonesian coal: Q&A with Ben Lawson

Earlier this year, Indonesia’s State-Owned Enterprises Ministry issued a regulation that requires all mining companies to dig deeper to explore the possibility of new mineral resources.  The director of the new mineral education program, Paul Lubis said Indonesia had estimated coal reserves of 130 billion metric tons, or enough to last for the next 100…

21 May 2014, by Test1 Test1

Mining & Resources

Close-up: Stewart Hagan

Stewart Hagan has been involved in the industrial minerals industry for over 30  years. He  is the General Manager at mineral sands developer Oresome Australia. Stewart will deliver a presentation at the AJM Mineral Sands Conference, to be held on the 4th-5th March 2014 in Melbourne. He will give an update on the Cape York…

16 Dec 2013, by Test1 Test1

Mining & Resources

Close-Up: Heloise Thiele

Heloise Thiele is Specialist Consultant with Mintek, a global leader in mineral and metallurgical innovation. The main focus of Heloise’s work is flowsheet development on a variety of mineral commodities. These include iron ores, chromite ores, heavy mineral sands, industrial minerals such as vermiculite, diamond ore characterisation, base metals and phosphate ores. Heloise will address…

21 Nov 2013, by Test1 Test1

Mining & Resources

Whitepaper: Iron ore beneficiation in Africa: A burgeoning industry?

Like many industries, mineral processing must constantly adapt to tackle changing conditions within the sector, whether it is the availability of resources or price and cost fluctuations. High-grade reserves of minerals continue to be exploited, leading to depletion and an ongoing deterioration of raw materials quality. However, the level of demand and quality expectation for…

26 Aug 2013, by Test1 Test1