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Our latest research report entitled Mining Chemicals Market (by application (mineral processing, explosives & drilling, water & wastewater treatment), type (grinding aids, flocculants, frothers, collectors, and others), region (North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World)) provides complete and deep insights into the market dynamics and growth of Mining Chemicals. The latest information on market risks, industry chain structure Mining Chemicals cost structure and opportunities are offered in this report. The past, present and forecast market information will lead to investment feasibility by studying the essential Mining Chemicals growth factors.

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Demand for Metals for the Production of Goods that Modern Society Needs Have Increased Drastically

Mining chemicals are the chemicals used for the processing of minerals or metal ores extracted from the natural deposits by mining. The mining industry requires high amounts of chemicals to extract and process resources, including a variety of concentration and refining processes. Mining chemicals are used in various mining phases such as ore extraction, benefaction, and tailings disposal. The most common chemicals used in the mining industry are cyanides, heavy metals, sulfuric and nitric acids. The mining chemicals available are divided into several categories such as sulfide collectors, collectors for oxides and non-metallic minerals, frothers, modifiers, flocculants, dewatering aids, and solvent extraction and ion exchange reagents.

The demand for metals for the production of goods that modern society needs have increased drastically over the past few decades. Thereby, increasing the extraction to meet those demands. Additionally, the rising infrastructural development also creates demand for metals that in turn boosts the mining chemicals market. In addition, diminishing ore grades of mines worldwide has increased the production of mining and mineral industries resulting in the growth of the mining chemicals market.

Modern mineral exploration is driven largely by technology. The technological advancements in the mining industry have increased the production of minerals manifold. Analyzing only copper mines, the average ore grade has decreased approximately by 25% in the last ten years, but the total production has increased by 30% in the same period.

Growing environmental concerns increases pressure on mining industries to treat wastewater released from the industries. The mining and mineral processing industry is highly dependent on water for all aspects of their operations. The wastewater treatment utilizes mining chemicals, thus driving the mining chemicals market. The increased enforcement of regulations and maintaining legislation to protect the environment and health restrain the growth of the mining chemicals market.

Chemicals used in mining and processing minerals contaminate the land, water, and air, causing health problems for workers and people living near mines. However, the emergence of eco-friendly mining processes that eliminate the use of toxic mining chemicals also acts as a challenge for the growth of the mining chemicals market. Moreover, the expansion of mining to more regions such as Africa and South America provides opportunities for the growth of the mining chemicals market.

The Asia Pacific Dominates the Mining Chemicals Market

Among the geographies, Asia Pacific dominates the mining chemicals market and is expected to remain dominant over the forecast period. Russia, Australia, China, and India are among the leading countries in the mining sector that promote the growth of mining chemicals in the Asia- Pacific region. North America is also a dominant region owing to the well-established mining sector in countries such as the U.S. and Canada.

Europe is the fastest-growing region in the mining chemicals market owing to the presence of global mining houses such as Rio Tinto Group, BHP Billiton, and Anglo American PLC. The rest of the world regions such as Africa and South America has huge reserves of gold, cobalt and other industrial metals. Thus, the rest of the world regions are expected to grow at a significant rate in the mining chemicals market.

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Report on Global Mining Chemicals Market Covers Segments such as Application and Type

On the basis of application, the global mining chemicals market is categorized into mineral processing, explosives & drilling, water & wastewater treatment, and others. On the basis of type, the global mining chemicals market is categorized into grinding aids, flocculants, frothers, collectors, and others.

Competitive Analysis:

The report provides profiles of the companies in the global mining chemicals market such as BASF SE, Akzo Nobel N.V., The Dow Chemical Company, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company, LP, Clariant, Solvay, Exxon Mobil Corporation, AECI Limited, Evonik Industries, and Kemira.

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  • Comprehensive analysis of global as well as regional markets of the Mining Chemicals.
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