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Updated to Q2 2015
The US natural soda ash market continued to see production and demand growth at rates better than macroeconomic growth globally as US producers continued to expand export sales.
US production hit a record 11.7m tonnes in 2014 and first-quarter US production was on pace to surpass that record, according to figures from the US Geological Survey (USGS), which tracks those numbers.
With exports hitting a record 6.67m tonnes in 2014, the American Natural Soda Ash Corp, a marketing consortium organized by the three largest US producers added a new ship to the consortium’s fleet of six, with the christening of the ANSAC Wyoming.
In April, Tronox closed its $1.64bn acquisition of FMC Corp.’s soda ash production facilities.
Prices have been firming in export markets on reduced production capacity globally, as producers of soda ash using chemical synthesis become less competitive against producers who refine the naturally occurring mineral trona.
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