2008 Summary Of Mineral Activity In Utah
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📒2008 Summary Of Mineral Activity In Utah ✍ Roger L. Bon
✏2008 Summary of Mineral Activity in Utah Book Summary : The Utah Geological Survey has compiled mineral activity summaries for Utah on an annual basis beginning in 1989. This CD contains the 14-page summary for 2008. These summaries have been publishing in the May issues of Mining Engineering, a publication of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy, and Exploration, Inc. The summaries divide mineral values into four broad segments of Utah?s mineral industry, including base metals, industrial metals, and energy minerals (coal and uranium). In addition to acquiring data through operator surveys, the UGS works in cooperation with the USGS and Utah Division of Oil, Gas, and Mining. A large part of the data for exploration and development activity is acquired from individual Web sites, trade industry publications, and correspondence.
📒2009 Summary Of Mineral Activity In Utah ✍ Roger L. Bon
✏2009 Summary of Mineral Activity in Utah Book Summary : This publications discusses the gross value of energy and mineral commodities Utah mines and energy companies produced during 2009. It also discusses the types of energy and mineral commodities produced in the state, and how that production compares nationally. The Utah Geological Survey has compiled mineral summaries for Utah on an annual basis beginning in 1989. This is the latest in that series of mineral summaries.
✏Minerals Yearbook 2008 V 1 Metals and Minerals Book Summary : Data are provided for more than 80 minerals and materials, along with a presentation of survey methods, summary statistics for domestic nonfuel minerals, and trends in mining and quarrying in the metals and industrial minerals industry in the United States.Virtually all metallic and industrial mineral commodities important to the U.S. economy are discussed. Background information enables analysis of the data, and covers production, consumption, prices, foreign trade, a world review, and an overall outlook.
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📒Utah Mining 2010 ✍ Mark L. Gwynn
✏Utah Mining 2010 Book Summary : The abundant mineral resources in Utah have proved to be a great benefit to the people here and to the entire United States for over 160 years. This report summarizes the mineral and coal activity for 2010, taking into account historical context, over-all industry overview, and mineral outlook for 2011. The sections in this publication include: base- and precious metal production, industrial-minerals production, energy minerals production, exploration and development activity, new minerals information, and reclamation and the environment.
📒Utah S Extractive Resource Industries 2011 ✍ Taylor Boden
✏Utah s Extractive Resource Industries 2011 Book Summary : Utah's geology provides a remarkable range of energy and mineral wealth. This report summarizes mineral activity including base metals, precious metals, industrial minerals, energy minerals, crude oil, natural gas and unconventional fuels.
📒Utah S Extractive Resourc Industries 2012 ✍ Taylor Boden
✏Utah s Extractive Resourc Industries 2012 Book Summary : Utah energy and mineral companies produced an estimated gross value of $8.2 billion in energy and mineral commodities in 2012. On an inflation-adjusted basis, this is a $1.2 billion (12%) decrease from 2011, and a $1.9 billion (18%) decrease from the 2008 record high of $10 billion. Total energy production in 2012 was valued at $4.5 billion, including $2.5 billion from crude oil production, $1.3 billion from natural gas production, $0.6 billion from coal production, and $0.03 billion from uranium production. Nonfuel mineral production was valued at $3.7 billion, including $2.1 billion from base metal production, $1.2 billion from industrial mineral production, and $0.4 billion from precious metal production.
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📒Minerals Price Increases And Volatility ✍ Petro Martinovich
✏Minerals Price Increases and Volatility Book Summary : Mineral prices have risen while the economy as a whole has entered a period of slowing growth. This book reviews the increases in price across a wide range of metals commodities. In the case of steel, the most widely used industrial metal, the rise in price appears largely driven by the high prices of iron ore and steel scrap. Weak demand and increasing supply may reduce metals prices, but it is also widely believed that prices will not fall to the levels seen earlier in this decade. Consolidation of ownership of minerals companies has given them increased pricing power. Market speculation may have driven up the prices of mineral commodities. The 2000 Commodity Futures Modernization Act exempted both energy commodities and metals from regulation by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). This book examines in detail the relationship between prices, production, and availability of selected metal minerals essential to the U.S. economy. This is an edited, excerpted and augmented edition of a CRS publication.