Metals and Minerals

18.01.2019

Shubarkol Komir exports 6.3 million tonnes of coal in 2018

Shubarkol Komir sold 6.3 million tonnes of coal abroad in 2018.

“In 2018, Shubarkol Komir sold over 11.1 million tonnes of coal. Of these, the domestic market accounted for about 4.8 million tonnes, the countries of near and far abroad accounted for about 6.3 million tonnes,” the message stated. The company...

Shubarkol Komir sold 6.3 million tonnes of coal abroad in 2018.

“In 2018, Shubarkol Komir sold over 11.1 million tonnes of coal. Of these, the domestic market accounted for about 4.8 million tonnes, the countries of near and far abroad accounted for about 6.3 million tonnes,” the message stated. The company...

18.01.2019

2018 successful for Kazakhstan’s metallurgy sector

Production growth occurred in almost all industries, and the industrial production index compared with 2017 reached 4.1%. However, it could be more. According to the results of 10 months, it amounted to 4.7%, but the accident at ArcelorMittal Temirtau and the sharp decline in ferrous metallurgy indicators that followed it...

Production growth occurred in almost all industries, and the industrial production index compared with 2017 reached 4.1%. However, it could be more. According to the results of 10 months, it amounted to 4.7%, but the accident at ArcelorMittal Temirtau and the sharp decline in ferrous metallurgy indicators that followed it...

18.01.2019

Gold market steady as palladium keeps going through the roof

Palladium surged past $1,400 for the first time on Thursday, driven by a deficit in the auto-catalyst metal and robust demand, while gold held firm on concerns surrounding a U.S. government logjam and Brexit.

Spot palladium had jumped 5 percent to $1,427 per ounce as of 1151 GMT, having hit an...

Palladium surged past $1,400 for the first time on Thursday, driven by a deficit in the auto-catalyst metal and robust demand, while gold held firm on concerns surrounding a U.S. government logjam and Brexit.

Spot palladium had jumped 5 percent to $1,427 per ounce as of 1151 GMT, having hit an...

18.01.2019

Aluminium, nickel, zinc, lead retreat on olive branch handing

Aluminium fell on January 17 after a vote by U.S. lawmakers cleared the way for sanctions to be lifted on major producer Rusal, potentially increasing supply.

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday rejected legislation to keep sanctions on companies linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, including aluminium firm Rusal.

In December, the U.S....

Aluminium fell on January 17 after a vote by U.S. lawmakers cleared the way for sanctions to be lifted on major producer Rusal, potentially increasing supply.

The U.S. Senate on Wednesday rejected legislation to keep sanctions on companies linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska, including aluminium firm Rusal.

In December, the U.S....

17.01.2019

Aluminium of Kazakhstan in 2018 retains alumina production at 1.5 million tonnes

Aluminium of Kazakhstan, part of the Eurasia Resources Group (ERG), produced 1.5 million tonnes of alumina in 2018, the same as in 2017.

"As of the end of 2018, the production of bauxite in the mining branches of the company amounted to 5.7 million tonnes, against 5 million tonnes in 2017,...

Aluminium of Kazakhstan, part of the Eurasia Resources Group (ERG), produced 1.5 million tonnes of alumina in 2018, the same as in 2017.

"As of the end of 2018, the production of bauxite in the mining branches of the company amounted to 5.7 million tonnes, against 5 million tonnes in 2017,...


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