Rutile is considered the chameleon of minerals. It can be fashioned into gems and jewelry and still has many uses and benefits tas a titanium source.
Anthracite coal has a higher carbon content than other coals. It can also address energy concerns without the problems of pollution and ozone layer damage.
Silica has various uses, which makes it one of the most in demand sand variety in the world.
Anthracite coal is gradually recapturing the attention of investors and major miners as economies search for an alternative energy source.
Industries are growing at a pace that has increased the demand for non-metallic minerals such as feldspar and anthracite.
Resources discovered in Paraguay and Santiago in Chile promise to be the leading sources of titanium dioxide.
The increasing demand from glass and ceramics industry will drive the worldwide demand for feldspar this year.
Solar panels, wines and titanium are some of the sectors that could help revive the economy of Chile.
Rutile is a significant commodity because it is made up of high amounts of titanium and titanium dioxide can be extracted from it.
Anyone familiar with the rare earth element (REE) space will have undoubtedly heard the term ‘REE basket price’. It is a common and highly promoted deposit...