Salt Industry Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

Salt Industry Market Research Reports, Analysis & Trends

 

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Australian Mining Industry Outlook - Market Opportunities and Entry Strategies, Analyses and Forecasts to 2016

Australian Mining Industry Outlook - Market Opportunities and Entry Strategies, Analyses and Forecasts to 2016

Date Published: Mar 26 2012

Australia is one of the leading producers of several minerals within the global mining industry. Australia possesses substantial deposits of a variety of minerals including iron ore, nickel, bauxite, copper, gold, silver, uranium, diamonds, zinc and coal. BRICdata expects that the volume of minerals produced from the Australian mining industry will increase from 994.7 million tons in 2011 to 1.4 billion tons in 2016, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.41% over the forecast period (2012-2016).

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The Chinese Salt Mining Industry to 2015: Market Profile

The Chinese Salt Mining Industry to 2015: Market Profile

Date Published: Mar 18 2012

China is the world's largest producer of salt, with production estimated at XX million tons in 2010. Recent production growth has been driven by the increasing demand for salt in the chemical industries. Soda ash and alkali chloride are the country's major end-user markets, accounting for a combined XX% of China's total salt consumption. With more than XX gross tonnage reserves of salt, China produces lake salt, rock salt and marine salt. Lake salt is produced in the provinces of Nei Mongol, Xijiang, Qinghai and Xizang.

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The Australian Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

The Australian Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

Date Published: Apr 28 2012

The Australian salt mining sub-category grew strongly during the review period. Australia's salt production volume reached XX million tons in 2011, after registering a CAGR of XX% during the review period. This growth was supported by factors such as the country's abundant natural salt resources and favorable government policies for salt mining. BRICdata anticipates that the country's salt production output will record a significant increase in output, from XX million tons in 2012 to XX million tons in 2016, at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period.

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The Polish Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

The Polish Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

Date Published: May 23 2012

Poland has two main regions for salt mining. The first salt basin in the Carpathian Foredeep main mining area of the Wieliczka, Bochnia, Żory and Rybnik regions, where the origin of salt deposits is related to the intense evaporation of sea water. In the Wieliczka area, salt was produced from the middle ages through the 19th century. Exploitation of these deposits ended in 1996, when salt mining was phased out in the Wieliczka mine. The areas proven resources of salt deposits are estimated to be over XX billion tons, accounting for XX% of the domestic resources.

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The Chilean Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

The Chilean Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

Date Published: May 25 2012

Chile has high reserves of salt. Chile accounted for XX% of the world's total salt production in 2011, and has XX billion tons of salt reserves. In 2011, the country produced 10.5 million tons of salt, and production is projected to reach XX million tons by 2016, at a CAGR of XX% over the forecast period. Salt accounts for around XX% of the country's non-metallic mineral exports, and around XX% of the country's salt exports in 2011 were destined for the US. Sociedad Minera Punta de lobos (SPl) Ltda, a subsidiary of K+S AG, is the largest salt producer in Chile.

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The Mexican Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

The Mexican Salt Mining Industry to 2016: Market Profile

Date Published: May 26 2012

Mexico is the leading producer of salt in Latin America and is the world's tenth-largest salt producer, with a total production volume of XX million tons in 2011. China is the world's leading producer of salt, followed by the US. Salt reserves are usually large in key salt producing countries, as the world's oceans contain an inexhaustible salt supply. Globally, salt is primarily used by chemicals producers, and this is also the case in Mexico. Chemicals producing companies are expected to continue to be the key end-users of salt over the forecast period.

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