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Non-Metallic Minerals in Canada to 2015: Market Profile Product Image

Non-Metallic Minerals in Canada to 2015: Market Profile

  • ID: 1874055
  • August 2011
  • Region: Canada
  • 113 pages
  • iCD Research

Synopsis
- Top level overview of the Canadian mining industry
- Analysis of non-metallic minerals in the Canadian mining industry
- Details of top companies active across the Canadian mining industry

Summary
ICD Research's Non-Metallic Minerals in Canada to 2015: Market Profile is an essential source of information on market opportunities adopted to gain market share in the Canadian mining industry.

In particular, it offers in-depth analysis of the following:

- Market opportunity and attractiveness: Detailed analysis of current market size and growth expectations during 2010–15. It highlights key drivers to help understand growth dynamics. It also benchmarks the sector against key global markets and provides detailed understanding of emerging opportunities in specific areas.

- Procurement dynamics: Trend analysis of exports and imports, along with their implications and impact on the Canadian mining industry.

- Industry structure: Five forces analysis to understand various power centers in the industry and how they are likely to develop in the medium term.

Scope
- Analysis of mining industry production from 2004 through READ MORE >

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1 Introduction
1.1 About this report
1.2 Definitions
1.3 Methodology
1.3.1 Secondary research
1.3.2 Primary research
1.3.3 Conventions
1.4 About ICD Research Mining Intelligence Centre
2 Market Size & Forecast: Non-Metallic Minerals
2.1 Mining Material Market Size and Forecast
2.1.1 Production to reach 560.6 million tons in 2015, at a CAGR of 2.2% during 2010–15
2.1.2 In value terms, production has grown at a CAGR of 8.56% during 2004–09
2.2 Market Share and Production Trend Analysis by Segment
2.2.1 Despite strong growth in coal, the non–metallic category will continue to dominate
2.2.2 Demand for non–metallic minerals will be driven by continued growth in agriculture and infrastructure
3 Market Opportunities
3.1 Key Trends and Drivers
3.1.1 Foreign investment flows, inward and outward, will increase
3.1.2 Major investments have been planned to increase production in recent years
3.1.3 Mining exploration and technology represent two key areas from an investment perspective
3.1.4 Despite the drop in 2009, capital spending is expected to grow in 2010
3.1.5 Canada offers an exceptionally favorable climate for mining finance
4 Mining Import and Export Market Dynamics
4.1 Import Dynamics
4.1.1 Imports of non–metallic minerals are in low volumes
4.2 Export Dynamics
4.2.1 Surplus production makes Canada a net exporter of major non–metallic minerals
5 Non-Metallic Minerals: Five Forces Analysis
5.1 Five Forces Analysis: Non–metallic Minerals
5.1.1 Supplier bargaining power: medium to high
5.1.2 Buyer bargaining power: medium
5.1.3 Barriers to entry: medium to high
5.1.4 Intensity of rivalry: low to medium
5.1.5 Threat of substitution: low to medium
6 Competitive Landscape and Strategic Insights
6.1 Competitive Landscape: Overview
6.1.1 Canadian mining industry is highly fragmented with over 2000 public companies
6.1.2 The mining equipment market is highly fragmented
6.1.3 Consolidated revenues for key coal and metallic companies continued to rise in 2009
6.1.4 Operating profits in the non–metallic category fell, but coal and metallic mining companies posted growth
6.1.5 Net profits in the non–metallic category fell, but coal and metallic mining companies posted growth
6.2 Key Public Sector Companies
6.2.1 Barrick Gold Corporation: overview
6.2.2 Barrick Gold Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.3 Barrick Gold Corporation: products and services
6.2.4 Barrick Gold Corporation: reserves
6.2.5 Barrick Gold Corporation: alliances
6.2.6 Barrick Gold Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.7 Barrick Gold Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.8 Cameco Corporation: overview
6.2.9 Cameco Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.10 Cameco Corporation: products and services
6.2.11 Cameco Corporation: reserves
6.2.12 Cameco Corporation: alliances
6.2.13 Cameco Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.14 Cameco Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.15 Goldcorp Inc: overview
6.2.16 Goldcorp Inc: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.17 Goldcorp Inc: products and services
6.2.18 Goldcorp Inc: reserves
6.2.19 Goldcorp Inc: alliances
6.2.20 Goldcorp Inc: recent contract awards
6.2.21 Goldcorp Inc: financial analysis
6.2.22 Western Coal Corporation: overview
6.2.23 Western Coal Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.24 Western Coal Corporation: products and services
6.2.25 Western Coal Corporation: reserves
6.2.26 Western Coal Corporation: alliances
6.2.27 Western Coal Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.28 Western Coal Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.29 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: overview
6.2.30 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.31 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: products and services
6.2.32 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: reserves
6.2.33 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: alliances
6.2.34 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.35 Grande Cache Coal Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.36 Kinross Gold Corporation: overview
6.2.37 Kinross Gold Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.38 Kinross Gold Corporation: products and services
6.2.39 Kinross Gold Corporation: mining reserves
6.2.40 Kinross Gold Corporation: alliances
6.2.41 Kinross Gold Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.42 Kinross Gold Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.43 Inmet Mining Corporation: overview
6.2.44 Inmet Mining Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.45 Inmet Mining Corporation: products and services
6.2.46 Inmet Mining Corporation: mining reserves
6.2.47 Inmet Mining Corporation: alliances
6.2.48 Inmet Mining Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.49 Inmet Mining Corporation: financial analysis
6.2.50 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.: overview
6.2.51 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.52 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: products and services
6.2.53 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: reserves
6.2.54 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: alliances
6.2.55 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: recent contract awards
6.2.56 Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc: financial analysis
6.2.57 Teck Resources Ltd.: overview
6.2.58 Teck Resources Ltd.: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.59 Teck Resources Ltd.: products and services
6.2.60 Teck Resources Ltd.: reserves
6.2.61 Teck Resources Ltd.: alliances
6.2.62 Teck Resources Ltd.: recent contract awards
6.2.63 Teck Resources Ltd.: financial analysis
6.2.64 Sherritt International Corporation: overview
6.2.65 Sherritt International Corporation: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.2.66 Sherritt International Corporation: products and services
6.2.67 Sherritt International Corporation: coal and mining reserves
6.2.68 Sherritt International Corporation: alliances
6.2.69 Sherritt International Corporation: recent contract awards
6.2.70 Sherritt International Corporation: financial analysis
6.3 Key Private Sector Companies
6.3.1 Iron Ore Company of Canada: overview
6.3.2 Iron Ore Company of Canada: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.3.3 Iron Ore Company of Canada: products and services
6.3.4 Iron Ore Company of Canada: reserves
6.3.5 Iron Ore Company of Canada: alliances
6.3.6 Iron Ore Company of Canada: recent contract awards
6.3.7 Iron Ore Company of Canada: financial analysis
6.3.8 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: overview
6.3.9 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.3.10 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: products and services
6.3.11 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: reserves
6.3.12 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: alliances
6.3.13 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: recent contract awards
6.3.14 ArcelorMittal Mines Canada: financial analysis
6.3.15 Diavik Diamond Mine: overview
6.3.16 Diavik Diamond Mine: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.3.17 Diavik Diamond Mine: products and services
6.3.18 Diavik Diamond Mine: coal and mining reserves
6.3.19 Diavik Diamond Mine: alliances
6.3.20 Diavik Diamond Mine: recent contract awards
6.3.21 Diavik Diamond Mine: financial analysis
6.3.22 Xstrata Nickel: overview
6.3.23 Xstrata Nickel: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.3.24 Xstrata Nickel: products and services
6.3.25 Xstrata Nickel: reserves and resources
6.3.26 Xstrata Nickel: alliances
6.3.27 Xstrata Nickel: recent contract awards
6.3.28 Xstrata Nickel: financial analysis
6.4 Key Mining Equipment Companies
6.4.1 MacLean Engineering: overview
6.4.2 MacLean Engineering: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.4.3 MacLean Engineering: products and services
6.4.4 MacLean Engineering: alliances
6.4.5 MacLean Engineering: recent contract awards
6.4.6 MacLean Engineering: financial analysis
6.4.7 Mining Technologies International: overview
6.4.8 Mining Technologies International: recent announcements and strategic initiatives
6.4.9 Mining Technologies International: products and services
6.4.10 Mining Technologies International: alliances
6.4.11 Mining Technologies International: recent contract awards
6.4.12 Mining Technologies International: financial analysis
7 Appendix
7.1 Contact Us
7.2 About ICD Research
7.3 Disclaimer

List of Tables
Table 1: Investments by Key Players in 2008, 2009 and 2010
Table 2: Canadian Mining Industry — Import and Export Dynamics 2008
Table 3: Canadian Mining Competitive Landscape
Table 4: Canadian Mining Equipment Competitive Landscape
Table 5: Barrick Gold Corporation — Resources and Reserves
Table 6: Barrick Gold Corporation – Alliances
Table 7: Cameco Corporation — Uranium Reserves (Thousand Ttons)
Table 8: Cameco Corporation — Alliances
Table 9: Goldcorp Inc – Reserves
Table 10: Goldcorp Inc – Alliances
Table 11: Western Coal Corporation — Coal Reserves and Resources
Table 12: Western Coal Corporation – Alliances
Table 13: Grande Cache Coal Corporation – Coal Resources
Table 14: Grande Cache Coal Corporation – Coal Reserves
Table 15: Kinross Gold Corporation — Proven and Probable Reserves (Kilo Tons)
Table 16: Kinross Gold Corporation — Measured, Indicated and Inferred Resources (Kilo Tons)
Table 17: Kinross Gold Corporation — Alliances
Table 18: Inmet Mining Corporation –Reserves
Table 19: Inmet Mining Corporation — Mineral Resources
Table 20: Inmet Mining Corporation — Alliances
Table 21: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc — Alliances
Table 22: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc — Recent Contract Awards
Table 23: Teck Resources Ltd. — Alliances
Table 24: Teck Resources Ltd. — Recent Contract
Table 25: Sherritt International Corporation — Alliances
Table 26: Iron Ore Company of Canada — Alliances
Table 27: ArcelorMittal Mines Canada — Alliances
Table 28: Diavik Diamond Mine — Diamond Reserves
Table 29: Diavik Diamond Mine — Diamond Resources
Table 30: Xstrata Nickel — Reserves (Million Tons)
Table 31: Xstrata Nickel — Reserves (Million Tons)
Table 32: MacLean Engineering — Alliances
Table 33: Mining Technologies International — Alliances

List of Figures
Figure 1: Canadian Mining Industry Production and Forecast (Million Tons), 2004–15
Figure 2: Canadian Mining Industry Production and Forecast (US$ Billion), 2004–09
Figure 3: Canada’s Top 10 Minerals by Value of Production, 2009
Figure 4: Canadian Mining Market Share by Type of Minerals (Million Tons), 2009 and 2015
Figure 5: Canadian Mining Industry Production Trend — Potash (US$ Billion), 2004–09
Figure 6: Canadian Mining Industry Production Trend — Potash (Million Tons), 2004–15
Figure 7: Canadian Mining Industry Production Trend — Diamonds (US$ Billion), 2004–09
Figure 8: Canadian Mining Industry Production Trend — Diamond (Million Carats), 2004–15
Figure 9: Canadian Mining Foreign Direct Investment Trend (US$ Billion), 2004–08
Figure 10: Canadian Mining Direct Investment Abroad Trend (US$ Billion), 2004–08
Figure 11: Global Spending in Mineral Exploration – 2009
Figure 12: Canadian Mining Mineral Exploration Trend (US$ Billion), 2004–09
Figure 13: Canadian Mining Capital Spending in Mineral Extraction Trend (US$ Billion), 2005–09
Figure 14: Global Mining Financing (US$ Billion), 2004–08
Figure 15: TSX Listed Companies by Location of Mineral Projects as of June 2009
Figure 16: Mining Equity Raised at TSK Trend (US$ Billion), 2004–08
Figure 17: Trends in Major Non–metallic Minerals Imports (Million Tons), 2004–15
Figure 18: Major Non–metallic Exports from Canada (Million Tons), 2004–15
Figure 19: Canadian Mining Non–metallic Minerals Dynamics — Five Forces Analysis
Figure 20: Canadian Mining Revenue Trend Analysis for Key Coal and Diversified, Metallic and Non–metallic Mining Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–09
Figure 21: Canadian Mining Operating Profit Trend Analysis for Key Coal, Metallic and Non–Metallic Mining Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–09
Figure 22: Canadian Mining Net Profit Trend Analysis for Key Coal, Metallic and Non–Metallic Mining Companies (US$ Billion), 2005–09
Figure 23: Barrick Gold Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (US Billion), 2005–09
Figure 24: Barrick Gold Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 25: Barrick Gold Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 26: Cameco Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Billion), 2005–09
Figure 27: Cameco Corporation – Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 28: Cameco Corporation – Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 29: Goldcorp Inc — Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 30: Goldcorp Inc — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 31: Goldcorp Inc — Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 32: Western Coal Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 33: Western Coal Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 34: Western Coal Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 35: Grande Cache Coal Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 36: Grande Cache Coal Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 37: Grande Cache Coal Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 38: Kinross Gold Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 39: Kinross Gold Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 40: Kinross Gold Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 41: Inmet Mining Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 42: Inmet Mining Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 43: Inmet Mining Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 44: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc — Revenue Trend Analysis (US$ Billion), 2005–09
Figure 45: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 46: Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc — Net Profit Trend Analysis (US$ Million), 2005–09
Figure 47: Teck Resources Ltd. — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Billion), 2005–09
Figure 48: Teck Resources Ltd. — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 49: Teck Resources Ltd. — Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 50: Sherritt International Corporation — Revenue Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 51: Sherritt International Corporation — Operating Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09
Figure 52: Sherritt International Corporation — Net Profit Trend Analysis (CAD Million), 2005–09

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