Iron Ore Mining Trends Discussed by Timetric in Its Topical Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
21 Oct 2015 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Global iron ore reserves stood at more than 188 billion tonnes in early 2015. Australia holds the largest share of approximately 30 percent (or 53 billion tonnes). Brazil, Russia, China and India also possess significant iron ore reserves estimated at 31 billion tonnes, 25 billion tonnes, 23 billion tonnes and 8.1 billion tonnes, respectively.
Australia was the world’s largest iron ore producer in 2014. The country accounted for over 36 percent of the global production. Brazil, China and India were also in the top four.
Australia is also the world’s largest exporter of iron ore. It exported 755 million tonnes of iron ore in 2014. Brazil, South Africa, Ukraine and Canada are other prominent exporters.
New market research report “Global Iron Ore Mining to 2020” worked out by Timetric provides an in-depth analysis of the iron ore mining industry. The research report offers a detailed discussion of the global iron ore marketplace. The study contains a through overview of the market. It contains valuable data on iron ore reserves by country, production trends, active mines, exploration and development projects. The report outlines consumption trends, explores trade statistics and outlines demand drivers. The research study profiles world’s major producers and discloses their market shares. It comprises historical data related to the marketplace and forecast figures.
Global Iron Ore Mining to 2020
Published: August, 2015
Price: US$ 2,495.00
- comprehensive overview of the global iron ore market;
- valuable information on production, consumption, exports and imports;
- details on active mines, exploration and development projects;
- insights into demand drivers;
- profiles of world’s top producers: Vale SA, Rio Tinto Plc and BHP Billiton Ltd;
- historical figures related to the marketplace and market forecasts;
- and more.
More new reports by the publisher can be found at Timetric page.