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“Sucking Sound” Of Loss Of Aluminium Smelting Capacity The Result Of Beijing Subsidies: Alcoa CEO Harvey

“Sucking Sound” Of Loss Of Aluminium Smelting Capacity The Result Of Beijing Subsidies: Alcoa CEO Harvey

Monstrous subsidies from Beijing is contributing to the continued bloat of aluminium production in the People’s Republic of China according to Alcoa Corporation’s CEO Roy Harvey, and he’s working to muster support from government officials around the globe to help put a...

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Alcoa To Cut Capacity At Aluminerie de Bécancour’s Lone Operating Potline

Citing the continuing impasse in labor negotiations, Pittsburgh aluminium pioneer Alcoa Corporation announced yesterday the immediate curtailment of half the production of the lone potline at Aluminerie de Bécancour Inc. (ABI) smelter in Québec, Canada. The curtailment is but the latest step in a labor dispute that has gone on for over a year. The […]

Alcoa Of Australia Inks Trio Of Natural Gas Contracts To Supply Kwinana, Pinjarra, and Wagerup Alumina Refineries

Western Australia’s Alcoa of Australia Limited announced earlier this week an agreement with a trio of energy providers to supply one-quarter of the firm’s requirement for natural gas beginning in 2020. Per a company press release, Alcoa of Australia has contracted with BHP Billiton, Chevron, and Woodside on deals that will supplement agreements with Quadrant […]

Rise In Aluminium Prices Boost Alcoa’s Q3 Numbers Above Market Expectations

American aluminium pioneer Alcoa Corporation released third-quarter results yesterday, reporting numbers riding higher on an increase in aluminium prices thanks to the Trump administration’s tariffs and rising sales. For the quarter, Alcoa’s revenue totaled US$3.4 billion. The firm realized a net loss of US$41 million, which included planned changes to the company’s pension plan and […]