BLACK CHINA BLOG >> Calcined Coke


We have been reporting recently that there is a new wave of environmental inspections going on in China right now.  We have gleaned some more information from the government announcements on the new push, so here is an update. There are a total of just over 100 people in the environmental inspection teams.   In […]

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We reported recently about the ambitious move by Sinoway Carbon to move to high temperature calcining.   This method burns sulphur off out of the petcoke, theoretically allowing the calciner to use petcokes with sulphur levels of up to 8% and still produce a CPC suitable for an anode. This morning I received an update […]

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For those of you interested in the world of calcined coke we have some BIG news. The AZ China Conference in September will feature at least EIGHT calcining companies, with six of them on the stage at the same time. Our Calcined Coke panel discussion will feature the Presidents, Vice Presidents or Directors of (in alphabetical order): […]

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Sinoway Carbon are now officially on the countdown for their controversial expansion project. Sinoway, based in Weifang in Shandong province, launched their expansion almost as soon as the first phase was completed and operational.  The most noteworthy feature of their new plant, and the most controversial, is the fact that the calciner will be ultra […]

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AZ China’s 5th biennial conference will be held in Shanghai September 7-9.  But there are just 33 days to go if you want to make the most of the Early Bird special price. The Early Bird registration fee is just US$1000, but it jumps up from June 1.   Compare that price with other conferences […]

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For the last several months, the petroleum coke (petcoke) market has been on tenterhooks.   A law released in China last September and coming into force on January 1 banned the production, sale or burning of “unqualified” petcoke.   The punishment laid out in the new law called for the petcoke cargo to be confiscated […]

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