Zuun Mod molybdenum project begins
Erdene Resource Development Corp has commenced its 4000m drilling program for molybdenum and copper as per the Khuvyn Khar Licence.
Molybdenum Production Rises
Figures released by the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) show an increase in the global production of molybdenum in the second quarter of 2010 with a total of 129.1 million lbs of molybdenum produced compared to 119.3 million lbs in the first quarter of the year.
Seminar praises molybdenum
A seminar was held in Beijing discussing molybdenum and how it improves the performance of steels.
Molybdenum use set to rise
Statistics released by the International Molybdenum Association (IMOA) show that worldwide production and use of molybdenum dropped significantly during 2009 because of the global recession.
Kennecott expands plans for molybdenum plant
Almost two years after an initial announcement that it was going to build a processing facility in Magna - a plan unveiled just before the global economic meltdown - Kennecott's parent company has decided to build a more advanced facility.
Molybdenum added to the LME
As of 17 March 2010, the London Metal Exchange (LME) began trading in cobalt and molybdenum, commodities used in everything from jet engines to stainless steel.
Molybdenum Plant postponed
BHP Billiton has announced that it will delay the development of a plant to process molybdenum at a Chilean mine.
Stainless demand still weak
According to Meps orders on the stainless mills continue to fall despite massive production cuts. Suppliers of raw materials - nickel, chromium, molybdenum and scrap - have all reduced their selling prices in an effort to stimulate the market but to no avail.
Metal costs up in 2006
Japanese stainless steel mill Nisshin Seiko has seen its purchase costs of zinc, nickel and molybdenum rise by JPY 10 million in the current fiscal year 2006 from last year.
New nickel alloy
Eutectic UK has developed and patented a new spray-and-fused powder alloy for one of the toughest corrosion and wear applications available.