CBMM Niobium

Niobium: Supply to remain intact

CBMM has announced that it has replenished its warehouses in Europe, Asia and the USA in recent months and holds stocks sufficient to last for three months. The company produced 110kt of niobium last year, exceeding capacity by 10%, and sold 91.3kt, most of it as ferroniobium. Total sales in… Read more

Malaysian Smelting Corporation

Tin: Producers suspend operations amid COVID-19 lockdowns

Malaysian Smelting Corporation (MSC) and Peruvian tin miner Minsur, the world’s third and fourth largest refined tin producers respectively, have both announced they are temporarily suspending operations to comply with government lockdowns to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak. Additionally, Minsur’s Brazilian subsidiary Mineração Taboca and Namibia’s AfriTin have… Read more

Lithium Mine to Market Conference 2020

Lithium: key takeaways from Roskill’s Lithium Mine to Market conference

February saw delegates join Roskill’s lithium team once again in sunny Perth for an engaging two days of conference. A host of speakers discussed topics from across the lithium supply chain; from the tenacity of new miners, the progress of project developers, along with a host of technical papers on… Watch now

David Merriman

Rare Earths: What alternatives are there to Chinese supply for the global industry?

China accounts for around 77% of global rare earth production. Production at operations outside of China is limited to a small number of locations although there are multiple projects under development in Australia, Canada, the USA and Africa. David gives a brief overview of some of the key questions facing… Watch now

Tungsten: What can metal investors expect next?

Roskill Copper and Technology metals manager Jessica Roberts gives the low down on the tungsten supply side and explains what tungsten demand looks like in the near term. Tungsten prices have recovered slightly over the last few weeks – but what does this mean for future investors? Further updates to… Watch now

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