Copper & Technology Metals

CopperNew

Demand to 2035, 1st Edition

Copper — The Electric Metal In 2000, 60% of global copper consumption was directly related to its electrical conductivity properties. The balance was accounted for by its properties of thermal conductivity, machinability, malleability, aesthetics and signal transfer. However, by 2017, electrical conductivity had grown to represent over 75% of the…

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GalliumPre-order

Outlook to 2029, 10th Edition

Demand for gallium, produced mainly as a by-product of zinc and bauxite ores, is expected to continue to grow during the next few years, driven by new applications such as fifth generation (5G) smartphones, wireless, and solar cells, and by the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs), which are replacing incandescent…

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Indium

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook

Consumption of indium grew at an ever-increasing rate from 1990 to 2005 as new applications for indium, notably its use in indium tin oxide (ITO) stimulated demand. Growth slowed a little from 2005 to 2008 and the industry was badly hit by the global downturn in 2009. Market fundamentals began…

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Magnesium Metal

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook

World production of primary magnesium, reflecting that in China, rose by an average of 6%py from 500kt in 2002 to 940kt in 2014; preliminary data indicates that production in 2015 fell by 4% to about 900kt in 2015. In 2015, just seven countries reported production of primary magnesium metal. China’s…

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Rhenium

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook

Roskill forecasts that rising demand for rhenium in aero engines will likely be satisfied by increasing supply of secondary rhenium contained in ‘engine revert’ produced from end-of-life gas turbine parts. At the 2015 Paris Air Show the big three aero engine manufacturers, GE Aviation, Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney, announced…

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Tantalum

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook

The Tantalum Report includes: Analysis report with forecasts to 2028 Further background data available on request Hard copy and electronic PDF of the report Access to the analysts for discussion around report content Quarterly updates The pattern of tantalum supply is expected to change rapidly and dramatically. In 2017, Africa…

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TinPre-order

Outlook to 2029, 11th Edition

Besides well-known applications such as containers and traditional lead-acid batteries, tin is predicted to be the metal most impacted by the development of future technologies.

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Titanium MetalPre-order

Outlook to 2029, 9th Edition

Production of titanium increased in 2018 along the entire supply chain. China remains the world’s largest sponge producer, both in terms of capacity and output, and has made a strong start to 2019 with significant increases in production reported for the first quarter. However, the majority of premium grade sponge, for…

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Tungsten

Outlook to 2028, 13th Edition

Global tungsten markets are returning to growth following several years of oversupply and low prices. Tungsten market fundamentals have changed as demand from defence, industrial, and oil and gas applications has picked up, just as environmental policies in China have curbed supply and added cost pressures for producers. China is…

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