Imerys Forecasts Lower Net Income for 2019

Imerys SA of France has reported first half 2019 net income of €158.7 million (US$176.7 million) on revenue of €2.26 billion (US$2.52 billion) compared with €176.4 million (US$196.4 million) on revenue of €2.31 billion (US$2.57 billion) in the first half of 2018. Gilles Michel, Imerys’ CEO, said, “In the second quarter, in a still challenging...

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Mississippi Lime to Buy Southern Lime from Covia

Mississippi Lime Co of St Louis, MO has executed a definitive agreement to acquire the Calera, AL lime business of Covia, operating historically as Southern Lime. The Calera business supplies high-calcium quicklime and hydrated lime products to customers in the southern U.S. and across a range of end uses and applications. Unimin acquired the Calera...

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Emerge Energy Files for Chapter 11 Protection

Emerge Energy Services LP of Fort Worth, TX announced on July 15, 2019 that it has voluntarily filed for relief under Chapter 11 of the Bankruptcy Code in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware. The company has received a commitment for debtor-in-possession (DIP) financing from its secured lenders in the amount of...

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Nemaska Inks LOI for Whabouchi Financing

Nemaska Lithium Inc of Quebec City, QC has received and accepted a letter of intent (LOI) from The Pallinghurst Group of England. The LOI pertains to the financing of the Whabouchi project, comprising a lithium mine and an electrochemical plant in Shawinigan, QC. Pallinghurst’s LOI contemplates a CDN$200 million private placement and a stand-by purchase...

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Applied Minerals Tests Silicon Oxide Derived from Halloysite

Applied Minerals Inc of New York, NY reports that a leading manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries recently completed testing of silicon oxide material derived from the company’s Dragonite halloysite clay. In particular, the battery manufacturer replaced its standard silicon oxide material with Dragonite-derived as part of its current graphite/silicon anode formulation in an attempt to improve...

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