uscensus banner
| MAIN | SEARCH | FEEDBACK | FAQ | GLOSSARY | COUNTRIES | MAPS | ITA HOME PAGE |

Custom Search

MAIN CATEGORIES:
1. Population
2. Vital Statistics
3. Health and Nutrition
4. Education
5. Law Enforcement, Courts
and Prisons
6. Geography and Environment
7. Parks, Recreation, Travel
8. Elections
9. State and Local Government
Finances and Employment
10. Federal Government
Finances and Employment
11. National Defense and
Veterans Affairs
12. Social Insurance and Human
Services
13. Labor Force, Employment,
and Earnings
14. Income, Expenditures, and
Wealth
15. Prices
16. Banking, Finance, and
Insurance
17. Business Enterprise
18. Communications and
Information Technology
19. Energy
20. Science and Technology
21. Transportation - Land
22. Transportation - Air
and Water
23. Agriculture
24. Natural Resources
25. Construction and Housing
26. Manufactures
27. Domestic Trade and
Services
28. Foreign Commerce and Aid
29. Outlying Areas
30. Comparative International
Statistics
31. Industrial Outlook
32. 1997 Economic Census





1166. Mineral Production Value, by Type of Commodity

[In millions of dollars (145,453 represents $145,453,000,000). Value derived by multiplying production times price at the source of production]

 
Mineral 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998
 
    Mineral production, total 141,608 127,769 127,408 124,780 #����! #����! #����! #����! (NA)
 
  Mineral fuels, total 108,144 96,713 95,469 93,170 88,419 84,783 106,197 106,524 83,601
Coal, total 22,415 21,425 20,992 18,782 20,073 19,469 19,691 19,777 19,668
  Bituminous 1 19,014 17,888 17,458 15,081 16,442 15,688 15,875 16,110 16,036
  Anthracite 138 124 120 142 168 187 177 165 174
Natural gas (wellhead ???) 31,789 30,389 32,555 38,723 36,391 30,241 42,858 46,098 39,082
Petroleum (crude) 53,801 44,790 41,846 35,625 31,920 35,006 43,561 40,576 24,792
Uranium u< href="#\">\3o< href="#\">\8 140 109 76 40 35 67 87 73 58
 
  Industrial minerals, total 21,022 20,035 20,600 21,054 #����! #����! #����! #����! (NA)
 
Asbestos (sales) (D) (5) 6 6 5 (5) (5) (5) (5)
Asphalt, related bitumens (native) 2 3,480 2,979 2,800 2,690 (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
Barite, primary, sold/used by producers 16 21 20 19 19 10 15 16 15
Boron minerals, sold/used by producers 436 443 339 373 443 560 519 580 (NA)
Bromine, sold/used by producers 173 167 125 123 155 186 150 198 227
Calcium chloride (natural) (5) (5) (D) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA) (NA)
 
Cement:3
  Portland 3,683 3,343 3,555 3,820 4,460 4,920 5,310 5,710 (NA)
  Masonry 225 188 199 230 286 307 321 339 (NA)
Clays 1,620 1,505 1,470 1,470 1,590 1,730 1,710 1,670 (NA)
Diatomite 138 140 141 150 152 171 176 184 182
Feldspar 4 28 26 29 31 31 37 39 43 40
Fluorspar, finished shipments (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5)
Garnet (abrasive) 7 8 5 4 3 4 6 6 (NA)
Gemstones (estimate) 53 84 66 58 51 49 43 25 23
Gypsum, crude 100 94 101 107 115 121 124 132 137
 
Helium 6 113 175 187 189 199 196 193 206 (NA)
Lime, sold/used by producers 902 890 950 965 1,020 1,100 1,170 1,200 (NA)
Mica, scrap and flake, sold/used by producers 6 6 5 4 6 6 8 9 9
Peat (sales by producers) 19 18 17 16.8 15.3 17.0 18.5 17.5 (NA)
Perlite, processed, sold/used by producers 17 15 16 17 19 22 21 23 (NA)
Phosphate rock (marketable) 1,075 1,031 1,060 759 869 947 1,060 1,076 1,131
Potash (K< href="#\">\20 equivalent) 303 305 334 286 284 284 299 320 (NA)
Pumice and pumicite (sales by producers) 11 9 15 12.0 11.8 13.2 14.8 16.1 15
Salt (common), sold/used by producers 827 802 803 904 990 1,000 1,060 993 (NA)
Sand and gravel, sold/used by producers 3,686 3,658 3,770 3,980 4,230 4,400 4,500 4,778 (NA)
Silica, special /7 (Z) (8) (8) (8) (NA) 1 1 (NA) (NA)
Sodium carbonate (natural) (soda ash) 836 836 837 734 724 829 926 915 (NA)
Sodium sulfate (natural) 34 31 26 25 24 28 27 35 (NA)
Stone 9 5,822 5,396 5,790 6,160 6,840 6,970 7,410 8,295 (NA)
  Crushed and broken 5,591 5,187 5,590 5,930 6,620 6,740 7,180 8,070 (NA)
  Dimension 231 210 198 226 218 233 234 225 205
Sulfur: Frasch mines (shipments) 335 272 151 101 (4) (4) (4) (4) (NA)
Talc and pyrophyllite, cruderef="#1">1 ref="#1">10 31 32 31 28 30 32 31 (NA) (NA)
Tripoli 3 3 14 16 11 11 18 16 (NA)
Vermiculite concentrate 19 (D) 15 15 14 (4) (4) (4) (NA)
Industrial minerals, undistributed 504 538 525 455 531 725 820 803 (NA)
 
   Metals, total 12,442 11,022 11,339 10,557 11,933 14,024 13,015 13,074 (NA)
Antimony ore and concentrate href="#1">1href="#1">1 (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Bauxite (dried equivalent) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Copper (recoverable content) 4,311 3,931 4,180 3,640 4,430 5,640 4,610 4,580 (NA)
Gold (recoverable content) 3,650 3,457 3,660 3,840 4,050 3,950 4,090 3,850 (NA)
Iron ore (gross weight) href="#1">1\3 1,741 1,674 1,550 1,380 1,410 1,730 1,770 1,890 (NA)
Lead (recoverable content) 491 344 307 249 298 359 459 460 (NA)
Magnesium metal 433 337 360 377 389 476 455 400 (NA)
Manganiferous ore (gross weight) href="#1">1\2 (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Mercury href="#1">1\5 (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Molybdenum (concentrate) 348 250 190 165 284 651 456 (D) (NA)
Nickel (ore and concentrate) (1\0) (1\0) (1\2) (1\2)   (1\2) (1\2) (1\2) (NA)
Palladium metal 22 17 18 25 29 22 26 50 (NA)
Platinum metal 27 21 21 21 25 21 24 33 (NA)
Silver (recoverable content) 329 241 229 227 253 259 262 338 (NA)
Titanium concentrate: Ilmenite (gross weight) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Tungsten ore and concentrate (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Vanadium (recoverable content) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (11) (NA)
Zinc mine production (recoverable content) 847 602 674 497 619 756 674 860 (NA)
Undistributed 242 148 151 137 147 161 190 614 (NA)


D Withheld to avoid disclosing individual company data. NA Not available X Not applicable Z less than $500,000
1 Includes subbituminous and lignite
2 Excluded from industrial minerals total.
3 Value of shipments, 1990, 1992, and 1993; value of production, 1994-96.
4 1992-93, includes aplite
5 Included in "Industrial minerals, undistributed"
6 Refined only
7 Includes grindstones, oilstones, whetstones, and deburring media
8 Excludes abrasive stone, bituminous limestone and sandstone, and ground soapstone; 1993 excludes dimension stone
9 1990-92, talc only
10 Antimony content.
11 Included with "Metals, undistributed."nn
12 Included with "Metals, undistributed"
13 Represents shipments; includes byproduct ores.
14 5 to 35 percent manganiferous ore
'15 mercury produced as a byproduct of gold ores only. | Source: Nonfuels, through 1994, US Bureau of Mines,thereafter, US Geological Survey, Minerals Yearbook and and Mineral Commodities Summaries, annual; fuels, US Energy Information Administration, Annual Energy Review

http://mineralserusgsgov/minerals/pubs/ http://wwweiadoegov/



https://allcountries.org/uscensus/1166_mineral_production_value_by_type_of.html

These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

Copyright © 2006 Photius Coutsoukis and Information Technology Associates, all rights reserved.