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World market of iron ore: current standing and prospects of development

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World market of iron ore: current standing and prospects of development
Content Content: Total: 105 pages, 66 tables and 28 figures
Publishing date Publishing date: October 2007
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The report is devoted to studying of current standing of world market of iron ore resources, forecast of production and consumption of iron ore resources in the world up to 2012.

The report includes 7 Sections, 105 pages, including 66 Tables, 28 Figures and Appendix. The report is a desk study. As information sources, data of Federal Service of State Statistics (Rosstat), Federal Customs Service of Russia (FCS), official domestic railage statistics of Ministry of Railways of Russia, official statistic issues of state agencies of Ukraine and Kazakhstan, information of Rudprom and Ukrrudprom, analytical and statistic materials of foreign research centers, statistic data of UN (on world trade in iron ore resources), data of companies, the sector and regional press, annual and quarterly repots of companies, internet-sites of company-producers and consumers of iron ore resources).

The first Section of the report is devoted to analysis of resources base of iron ore resources in the world. Data on estimates of reserves of ore in the world as a whole and in individual countries are presented, as well as data on the greatest deposits of Australia, Brazil, Russia.

The second Section of the report describes data on production of iron ore resources in the world as a whole and in the greatest country-producers: Australia, Brazil, China.

The third Section is devoted to production of iron ore resources by the greatest companies, including companies of Australia and Brazil. Data on the main assets of leading iron ore companies of the world and volumes of production of iron ore resources are presented.

The fourth Section is devoted to analysis of world trade in iron ore resources, including data on export and import of iron ore resources, and the main country-exporters of iron ore resources and leading country-importers are distinguished. Leading role of China in intensive development of world market of iron ore resources has been highlighted. Analysis of structure of supplies of iron ore resources to world market by the greatest country-exporters is presented, as well as data on the main importers of iron ore resources: volumes and structure of the import, the main suppliers of iron ore resources.

The fifth Section is devoted to analysis of consumption of iron ore resources in the world, including in the main country-consumers.

The sixth Section analyses features of price tendencies at world market of iron ore resources, including data on prices on iron ore resources at world market for the latest years, and prices on iron ore products of leading companies and forecast of the prices dynamics in nearest future.

The seventh Section is devoted to forecast of production of iron ore resources in the world up to 2012 and volumes of world consumption of iron ore resources.

The Appendix contains contact information on leading Russian producers of iron ore resources.

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Table of content


Introduction

 

1. Mineral resources base: The main deposits and reserves

1.1. Australia

1.2. Brazil

1.3. Russia

1.4. Ukraine

1.5. India

1.6. China

 

2. Production of iron ore resources

2.1. Australia

2.2. Brazil

2.3. China

 

3. Companies, being the greatest producers of iron ore resources

3.1. CVRD

3.2. Rio Tinto

3.3. BHP Billiton

3.4. Cleveland-Cliff

3.5. Kumba Resources

 

4. Foreign trade in iron ore resources

4.1. The greatest exporters

Australia

Brazil

India

Canada

South Africa

Russia

Ukraine

4.2. The greatest importers

Asian countries

China

Japan

South Korea

EU countries

Germany

France

 

5. Consumption of iron ore resources

5.1. Regional structure of consumption

5.2. The greatest consumers

China

Japan

Russia

 

6. Price tendencies at market of iron ore resources

 

7. Forecast of production of iron ore resources in the world and prospects of development of the market



List of Tables:


Table 1. Estimation of reserves of iron ores in the world, bln t

Table 2. Mineral resources base of Australia

Table 3. Mineral resources base of Brazil

Table 4. Geographic positioning of balance reserves of iron ores in Russia

Table 5. Breakage of reserves and mining of iron ores by commercial types in Russia, mln t

Table 6. The main deposits of iron ores in Russia

Table 7. Reserves of iron ore (mln t), production of iron ore resources and their export from Ukraine (thousand t)

Table 8. World production of commodity iron ore in 2000-2006, mln t

Table 9. Production of iron ore in Australia, thousand t

Table 10. Supplies of iron ore by companies of Australia, thousand t

Table 11. Declared plans on expanding capacities and potential projects of mining companies in Australia

Table 12. Declared plans on expanding capacities and potential projects of mining companies in Brazil

Table 13. Leading iron ore companies of China, thousand t

Table 14. Mining of iron ore in some provinces of China

Table 15. The greatest producers of commodity iron ore in the world in 2006

Table 16. Production of iron ore resources by company CVRD, mln t

Table 17. Production of iron ore resources by Rio Tinto Group, thousand t

Table 18. Production of iron ore resources by Canadian company IOC in 2005-2006 and 1st quarter of 2007, thousand t

Table 19. Shipment of iron ore resources by Canadian company IOC in 2005-2006 and the first quarter of 2007, thousand t

Table 20. Production of iron ore resources by company BHP Billiton, thousand t

Table 21. Volume of sales of iron ore resources by company SAMARCO MINERACAO S.A, mln t

Table 22. Geographic breakage of sales of iron ore resources by company SAMARCO MINERACAO S.A, %

Table 23. Projects, being realised by company BHP Billiton

Table 24. Production of pellets by Cleveland-Cliffs Inc in 2006 and first half of 2007, mln t

Table 25. Production results of company Kumba Iron Ore, mln t

Table 26. Financial results of company Kumba Iron Ore, mln Rands

Table 27. The greatest exporters of iron ore resources, mln t

Table 28. Sea traffic of iron ore resources

Table 29. Import of iron ore in the world in 2003-2007, mln t

Table 30. The greatest importers of iron ore resources, mln t

Table 31. Export of iron ore resources from Brazil by kinds, mln t

Table 32. Export of Brazilian iron ore resources by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 33. Export of iron ore resources from India in 2004-2006, mln t

Table 34. Export of iron ore resources from Canada by kinds in 2000-2006, mln t

Table 35. Export of iron ore resources from Canada by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 36. Export of iron ore resources from South Africa by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 37. Dynamics of export of commodity iron ore by exporters in 2000-I half-year of 2007, kt

Table 38. Export of iron ore resources from Russia by regions and countries, thousand t

Table 39. Structure and dynamics of Ukrainian export of iron ore resources by exporters in 1999-2006 and the 1st half of 2007, thousand t

Table 40. Geographic structure of export iron ore resources from Ukraine in 2000-2006 and the 1st half of 2007, thousand t

Table 41. The greatest Asian importers of iron ore resources in 2006

Table 42. Import of iron ore resources by China by kinds in 2000-2006, mln t

Table 43. Import of iron ore resources by China by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 44. Import of iron ore resources by Japan in 2003-2006 (by months), thousand t

Table 45. Import of iron ore resources by Japan from various countries in 2006 (thousand t) and average import price (yen/t)

Table 46 . Production of cast iron and steel in South Korea and import of iron ore resources by the country, mln t

Table 47. Import of iron ore resources in South Korea from individual countries in 2005-2006 and the 1st 7 months of 2007, mln t

Table 48. Production of cast iron, steel and import of iron ore by EU countries (25), mln t

Table 49. Import of iron ore resources by EU countries (15 countries) by kinds in 2005-2006, thousand t

Table 50. Production of cast iron and steel in Germany and import of iron ore resources by the country, thousand t

Table 51. Import of iron ore resources by Germany by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 52. Production of cast iron and steel in France and import of iron ore resources by the country, thousand t

Table 53. Import of iron ore resources by France by countries in 2005-2006, mln t

Table 54. Import of iron ore resources by France by kinds in 2000-2006, mln t

Table 55. Apparent consumption of iron ore resources, mln t

Table 56. Consumption of iron ore resources, production of ferrous metals in China and change year-on-year

Table 57. Supplies of non-sintered iron ore resources to Japanese metallurgical enterprises in 2006, thousand t

Table 58. Supplies of sintered iron ore resources to Japanese metallurgical enterprises in 2006, thousand t

Table 59. Supply-demand balance of commodity iron ore in Russia in 2000-I half of 2007, mln t

Table 60. Supplies of iron ore resources by regions of Russia in 2006, mln t

Table 61. Concluded contracts on iron ore resources supply between mining and leading metallurgical companies in the world

Table 62. Prices on iron ore resources at markets of Europe and Japan in 2002-2007 (in US Cents per 1% Fe in ore), FOB

Table 63. Supply-demand balance of iron ore resources in the world in 2006-2012, mln t

Table 64. Forecast of production of iron ore resources in the world in 2006-2012, mln t

Table 65. Forecast of apparent consumption of iron ore resources in the world, mln t

Table 66. Forecast of production of cast iron in the world in 2007-2012, mln t



List of Figures:


Figure 1. Production of iron ore resources in Brazil, mln t

Figure 2. Mining of iron ore resources in China, mln t

Figure 3. International trade in iron ore resources in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 4. Shares of the greatest exporters of iron ore resources in international trade in 2000 and 2006, %

Figure 5. Shares of the greatest importers of iron ore resources in international trade in 2000 and 2006, %

Figure 6. Dynamics of export of iron ore resources from Australia in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 7. Dynamics of export of iron ore resources from Brazil in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 8. Export of non-sintered ore (concentrate, lumpy ore) from Brazil (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 9. Export of pellets from Brazil (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 10. Export of iron ore resources from India in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 11. Dynamics of export of iron ore resources from Canada in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 12. Export of concentrate from Canada (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 13. Export of pellets from Canada (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 14. Export of iron ore resources from South Africa (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 15. Export of iron ore resources from Russia by kinds in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 16. Export of non-sintered iron ore resources (concentrate, lumpy ore) from Russia (mln t) and average prices ($/t)

Figure 17. Export of pellets from Russia (mln t) and average export prices ($/t)

Figure 18. Steel making in China and import of iron ore, mln t

Figure 19. Import of concentrate and lumpy ore by China (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 20. Import of pellets by China (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 21. Prices on iron ore at 63.5 % Fe, supplied from India to China, $/t CIF

Figure 22. Import of iron ore resources by Japan in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 23. Import of iron ore resources by South Korea in 2000-2006, mln t

Figure 24. Import of non-sintered resources (concentrate, lumpy ore) by South Korea (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 25. Import of pellets by South Korea (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 26. Import of non-sintered resources (concentrate, lumpy ore) by Germany (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 27. Import of pellets by Germany (mln t) and average import prices ($/t)

Figure 28. Dynamics of production, export, import and consumption of commodity iron ore in Russia in 1995-2006, mln t



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