Rare-Earth Elements (REE) and compounds in Russia: Production, Market and Forecast (14 edition)
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This report is the 14th edition of the rare earth (metal) market research.
The purpose of the study is to analyze the market of rare earth elements (metals) and their compounds in Russia and forecast its development until 2030.
The object of study is rare earth elements (yttrium, lanthanum and 13 elements of the lanthanide group: cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, lutetium), their concentrates, alloys and chemical compounds. The study does not consider scandium, the market for which is analyzed in a separate Infomine report (http://www.infomine.ru/research/38/378 ) .
This work is a desk study. As sources of information, data from the IAC "Mineral", Rosstat, the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, industry and regional press, annual and quarterly reports of securities issuers, websites of REM manufacturers and consumers, materials from foreign publications, scientific and technical literature were used. . Several interviews were also conducted with experts in the field.
Timeline of the study: 1997-2022; forecast - until 2030
Research geography: Russian Federation - comprehensive detailed market analysis.
Scope of the study: the report consists of 8 parts, contains 126 pages, including 20 figures, 25 tables and 2 appendices.
The first chapter of the report describes in detail the mineral resource base of REM in Russia. The characteristics of existing deposits are shown, data on potential reserves of REM are given.
The second chapter of the report is devoted to projects on the territory of the Russian Federation related to the extraction and processing of rare earth raw materials. The most perspective projects are allocated, their characteristic is given.
The third chapter presents data on the extraction and enrichment of ores containing REM. A detailed description of the main producer of rare earth raw materials in Russia (Lovozersky GOK LLC) is given.
The fourth chapter is devoted to the production of rare earth products in Russia. It contains the nomenclature of rare earth products of Russian enterprises, provides a detailed description of enterprises producing rare earth products, and shows the dynamics of production and supplies.
The fifth chapter presents data on exports and imports of REM by Russia in 1997-2022. with distribution by directions of deliveries and types of products. It also gives the dynamics of prices for various types of REM supplied (compounds and metals).
The sixth chapter describes in detail the consumption of rare earth products in Russia. This chapter presents the dynamics of consumption of REM in Russia (2000-2022), the structure of consumption by individual REM, the main consumer enterprises. Also, the characteristics of the areas of consumption of rare earth products in Russia are given.
The seventh chapter is devoted to an overview of patent activity in Russia in the field of rare earth metals.
In the eighth chapter, a forecast is given for the production and consumption of rare earth products in Russia until 2030, various options for the development of the situation on the REM market are presented.
The appendices contain contact information of the main manufacturers and consumers of rare earth products in the Russian Federation.
Target audience of the study:
- participants in the market of rare earth products - manufacturers, consumers, traders;
- potential investors.
The proposed study claims to be a reference tool for specialists working in the REM market and making managerial decisions.
1. Mineral resource base of rare earth elements in the Russian Federation
2. Projects in Russia related to the extraction and processing of rare earth raw materials
Project for the processing of technogenic raw materials (monazite concentrate)
Projects for the extraction of REM from the products of processing of apatite-nepheline ores of the Khibiny group
Alluive Eudialyte-Loparite Mining Project
3. Extraction and enrichment of ores containing REM in Russia (1997-2022)
4. Production of rare earth products in the Russian Federation
4.1 Dynamics of production of rare earth products in 1999-2022
4.2 Overview of the current state of manufacturing companies
OJSC "Solikamsk Magnesium Plant" (Russia)
LLC "LIT" (Group of companies "Skygrad")
5. Export-import of rare earth products of the Russian Federation in 1997-2022
Metals and alloys REM
6. Consumption of rare earth products in Russia in 2000-2022
Catalysts for oil refining
Manufacture of glass products, optics
Production of carcatalysts
Catalysts for rubber production
Production of rare earth magnets
7. Patent activity in the Russian Federation in the field of production and consumption of rare earth metals (2017-2022)
8. Forecast of production and consumption of REM in Russia until 2030
Appendix 1: Contact information of the main producers and consumers of REM products in Russia
Appendix 2: Patents registered in the Russian Federation (2017-2022) related to the production and consumption of REM
Table 4: REM production volumes in the Russian Federation (in terms of oxides) in 1999-2022, tons
Table 5: Nomenclature of REM products at Russian enterprises
Table 6: Characteristics of carbonates of JSC "Solikamsk Magnesium Plant"
Table 7: Financial performance of Solikamsk Magnesium Plant JSC in 2005-2022, million rubles
Table 8: REM structure of JSC ACRON products in 2017-2020, %
Table 9: Nomenclature of the main rare earth products of LIT LLC (Skygrad Group of Companies)
Table 10: Export of REM compounds from Russia by recipient countries in 1999-2022, t (in physical terms)
Table 11: Imports of REM compounds by Russia by supplying countries in 1999-2022, t (in physical terms)
Table 12: Main companies supplying REM compounds to Russia in 2004-2022, tons
Table 13: Structure of supply of REM compounds by types of products and elements in 2007-2022, %
Table 14: Prices for REM compounds from various suppliers in 2004-2022, USD/kg
Table 15: Export of rare earth metals from Russia by country in 1999-2022, kg
Table 16: Imports of rare earth metals and alloys by Russia by sending countries
Table 17: Companies supplying rare earth metals and alloys to Russia in 2004-2022, tons
Table 18: Prices for rare earth metals and alloys imported by Russia in 2004-2022, USD/kg
Table 19: Balance of production-consumption of REM (in terms of oxides) in Russia in 2000-2022, thousand tons
Table 20: Main enterprises-consumers of REM compounds in Russia in 2006-2022, t (excluding traders)
Table 21: Specifications of Rare Earth Cracking Catalysts from Russian Manufacturers
Table 22: The main consumers of rare earth products in the Russian Federation based on the results of open tenders and competitions in 2018
Table 23: The main consumers of rare earth products in the Russian Federation based on the results of open tenders and competitions in 2019
Table 24: The main consumers of rare earth products in the Russian Federation based on the results of open tenders and competitions in 2020
Table 25: The main consumers of rare earth products in the Russian Federation based on the results of open tenders and competitions in 2021-2022
Figure 1: Distribution of REM reserves by regions of Russia
Figure 2: Production of loparite concentrate and REM in it by Lovozersky GOK LLC in 1997-2022, thousand tons
Figure 3: Dynamics of loparite concentrate processing at SMZ OJSC in 1999-2022, thousand tons
Figure 4: Dynamics of shipments of rare earth products of Solikamsk Magnesium Plant OJSC in 1993-2022, (in terms of oxides), t
Figure 5: Distribution of supplies of REM carbonates produced by SMZ by importers in 2006-2022, %
Figure 6: Dynamics of supplies of REM compounds from the Solikamsk magnesium plant to the domestic market in 2009-2022, tons
Figure 7: Principal process flow diagram for the processing of group rare earth concentrate (SMZ carbonates) LLC "LIT"
Figure 8: Export and import of rare earth compounds in Russia in 1999-2022, tons (in physical terms)
Figure 9: Dynamics of exports of REM compounds from Russia in 1999-2022, thousand tons, million dollars
Figure 10: Dynamics of imports of REM compounds to Russia in 1999-2022, thousand tons, million dollars
Figure 11: Dynamics of export and import of rare earth metals in Russia in 1999-2022 in kind
Figure 12: Dynamics of exports and imports of rare earth metals and alloys in monetary terms in 1999-2022, thousand dollars
Figure 13: The structure of imports of REM and alloys by Russia by type of product in 2006-2022, %
Figure 14: Structure of REM imports by Russia in 2004-2013 and in 2014-2022. broken down by metals, %
Figure 15: Dynamics of "apparent" and real consumption of REM (in terms of oxides) in Russia in 2000-2022, thousand tons
Figure 16: Estimated structure of REM consumption in Russia by directions in 2004-2022 (in terms of oxides), %
Figure 17: Estimated structure of REM use in Russia (in terms of oxides) broken down by metals in 2010-2022, %
Figure 18: Mischmetal import dynamics in Russia in 2005-2022, tons
Figure 19: Forecast of REM production (in terms of oxides) in Russia
Figure 20: Forecast of real REM consumption (in terms of oxides) in Russia until 2030, thousand tons