SCR-Sibelco N.V. engages in the production and supply of industrial minerals to a range of applications worldwide, including glass, ceramics, construction and engineering, metallurgy and casting, oil and gas recovery, and environmental protection. It offers wet sands, dry sand, cristobalite, silica flour, frac sand, filtration sand, high purity quartz, spherical silica, coated sands, ball clay, red clay, kaolin, prepared bodies, diatomite, feldspar (lumps, chips, sand, and flour), nepheline syenite (sand and flour), olivine sand, olivine flour, quicklime, hydrated lime, calcium carbonate (ground and precipitated), calcite, marl, dolomite, titanium minerals, barite, colemanite, wollastonite, ...
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Founded in 1872
Sibelco Announces New Global Energy Division
Oct 27 14
Sibelco announced the formation of Unimin Energy Solutions, a global commercial division, designed to serve the worldwide energy services industry. The new organization will unify Sibelco's Energy mineral portfolio and global footprint under a single, energy solutions umbrella. Unimin Energy Solutions integrates the North American expertise of Unimin with the global capabilities and expertise of Sibelco to create the first truly global oilfield minerals company. Unimin operates with the world's large installed Northern White sand production capacity and is the supplier of hydraulic fracturing sands in North and South America. Unimin's parent company, Sibelco, is a diversified industrial minerals producer and the world's large producer of industrial sand with mineral resources and processing capabilities located throughout the world. The newly formed global division will manage customer relationships, product development and optimization, technical support, analytical services and technology innovations to deliver hydraulic fracturing proppants and engineered mineral additives for drilling, completion and production.
Sibelco Drops Plans To Acquire Voronezhskoe
Mar 19 13
SCR-Sibelco NV has dropped plans to acquire Voronezhskoe Rudoupravlenie JSC from HeidelbergCement AG. According to a source close to the situation, as a result of an audit Sibelco found out that reserves of the deposits are much smaller than it had been reported.