Steel Alloys

Crude, stainless and special steel markets rely on alloying additions to turn iron into high value products for consumer and industrial use. Roskill’s in-depth knowledge of bulk ferroalloy, non-ferrous and micro alloying element supply, paired with steel market dynamics, gives it an unrivalled edge in these markets.

Chromium

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Southern Africa hosts about 90% of the world’s chromite reserves and resources and accounts for approximately 55% of global chrome ore production. Chrome ore is generally mined as a primary product although, in South Africa, around a quarter of chrome ore output now derives from the tailings of PGM operations.…

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Manganese

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Roskill’s manganese report is updated and released every 12 months: Access to the report online through Roskill Interactive for up to 5 users Access to the Roskill specialist for key report queries Full forecasted report over the next ten years Hard copy of the report on request Towards the end of…

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MolybdenumNew

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Subscribe now and receive: Access to the report online through Roskill Interactive for up to 5 users Regular quarterly updates Access to the Roskill specialist for key market queries Forecasts out to 2028 Hard copy of the report on request Molybdenum supply rose by 14% in 2017, recovering from two consecutive years…

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NickelPre-order

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2019

Owing to a slowdown in demand growth and an extended stainless steel destocking cycle, nickel prices hit multi-year lows in 2016.  Prices started to recover in 2017 and improved further over the course of 2018, averaging over $13,600/t in the first nine months of the year.  However, nickel prices are…

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Niobium

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Subscribe now and receive: Analysis report with forecast to 2027 Access to the report online through Roskill Interactive for up to 5 users Access to the analysts for discussion around report content Hard copy of the report on request Approximately 90% of all niobium used is consumed as ferroniobium in…

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Silicon & FerrosiliconPre-order

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Silicon and ferrosilicon are manufactured using broadly the same process and are physically similar, but are very divergent in terms of their applications. Silicon metal is used in the manufacture of aluminium alloys, silicones and polysilicon, whereas at least 90% of ferrosilicon is used in the production of iron and steel.

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Stainless Steel & Alloys Weekly

First published by Pariser in 1998, this weekly publication provides in-depth coverage of the markets for stainless steel, stainless steel scrap, nickel, chromium and molybdenum. Each edition includes an up-to-date commentary of the major developments in the market, as well as an extensive appendix covering statistics on prices and trade.…

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Titanium Metal

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

Global titanium sponge capacity peaked in 2013 at over 330ktpy following significant investment in China fuelled by a boom in demand for industrial applications. Oversupply and weakening demand led to falling prices and capacity closures in 2013–16. Capacity has recovered sharply in later years following the opening of new plants…

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TungstenPre-order

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2018

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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VanadiumPre-order

Global Industry, Markets & Outlook 2019

Vanadium prices reached decade highs towards the end of 2017. Global consumption continued to increase owing to volume growth in the market as well as an increasing intensity of use of vanadium in steel. New regulations in China, designed to limit the use of inferior steels in construction, are expected…

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