Tag: molybdenum

Stainless steel valves in the chemical industry

Srikumar Chakraborty explains why stainless steel valves can be the best and most cost-effective option in aggressive environments.

Award-winning bridge

Karlee Williston (MolyReview) talks about the Iowa-Illinois Memorial Bridge, which was created using 2205 and 2507 Duplex Steel
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Molybdenum in biogas plants

Martina Heizel (circa drei) describes why molybdenum-containing stainless steels can best be used for biogas plants
Molybdenum production and usage rises in Q2 2023: IMOA

Molybdenum production and usage rises in Q2 2023: IMOA

IMOA showed that global production of molybdenum rose by 1% to 148.5 million pounds (mlbs) in Q2 2023.
Global molybdenum production and usage falls in Q1 2023

Global molybdenum production and usage falls in Q1 2023

IMOA has released figures for Q1 2023 showing that global production of molybdenum fell by 3% and global usage of molybdenum fell by 8%.
Flood gate at Mont St. Michel. Photo credit: Dreamstime

Sluice gates brave the shifting tides

Thanks to their strength and corrosion resistance, molybdenum-containing duplex stainless steels are the ideal construction material.
Global molybdenum usage rises, production falls in 2022

Global molybdenum usage rises, production falls in 2022

IMOA shows that the global production of molybdenum was at 577.8 million pounds in 2022, a fall of 1% from 581.4 million pounds in...
Global production of molybdenum falls, usage is static

Global production of molybdenum falls, usage is static

International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) shows that global production of molybdenum fell by 1% to 142.4million pounds (mlbs) in Q3 2022, whereas global usage of...

TDi Sustainability published a paper with IMOA

‘Molybdenum profile for supply chain due diligence and responsible sourcing’, is the title of a paper from TDi Sustainability, produced in collaboration with the...
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Global molybdenum production fell, usage rise: IMOA

Figures released by the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) show that the global production of molybdenum fell by 3% to 142.8 mlbs in Q2 2021