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In an exclusive interview with CemWeek, Doctor Alexander Schopf shares his insights on chemical looping combustion, a carbon sequestration process for carbon capture and storage, particularly on its role in rendering the cement production process greener.

US petcoke exports reached 33.4 million tons in 2019, according to leading global and multi-industry advisory, research and business intelligence boutique CW Group.

According to CW Research’s World Cement Equipment Market and Forecast Report 2020, the market for cement manufacturing equipment and services is projected to decline to an estimated USD 8 billion by 2024.

US petcoke export prices are poised to increase in 2020, according to leading global and multi-industry advisory, research and business intelligence boutique CW Group.

CemWeek looks into the green construction landscape and explores the role of the cement industry in shifting the conversation away from cost by creating a virtuous cycle

Cement companies in India continue to expand their capacity as demand for their product increases, paving the way to their leadership in the global cement market. Despite their competitiveness, companies face some challenges in affirming themselves in the global market, as the ongoing trade conflicts sweeping Asian markets pose both opportunities and risks.

CemWeek compiles some of the most popular news of a bubbling year that shows a cement industry more aware of its environmental impact, and thus more open to green solutions

In Latin America, from January to October 2019, cement consumption recorded an increase in select markets, according to CW Research’s Cement Country Market Data. While cement demand declined in Argentina, it rose in Brazil and Colombia.

According to CW Research’s Cement and Clinker Price Assessments for Mediterranean Basin and Persian Gulf, FOB prices for cement dispatches continued to increase, while clinker deliveries in mid-November recorded mixed trends.

In 2019, Western Europe remained the major white cement exporting region, followed by Eastern Europe and CIS, according to CW Research’s 2020 Global White Cement Market and Trade Report.

In an exclusive interview with CemWeek, Rishit Dalal, Director of Projects and International Business at Jaycee, shares his insights on the global fly ash market, from current challenges preventing higher utilization rates to the green potential of the coal combustion by-product

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