International Lead & Zinc Study Group
 

ILZSG Events 2023

The timetable for ILZSG events in 2023 is: 

  • 26 April: ILZSG meetings, ILZSG offices, Rua Almirante Barroso 38, Lisbon 
  • 26 April: Joint Study Groups' Seminar on "Incentivizing Investment in Base Metal Mining", ILZSG offices, Rua Almirante Barroso, Lisbon
  • 4 October: Joint Study Groups' Seminar, Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon details tba
  • 5-6 October: ILZSG meetings, Altis Grand Hotel, Lisbon

Attendance at ILZSG Sessions and meetings is free of charge. To register it is necessary to be a member of a government delegation. This is usually a straightforward process - for further details please contact the ILZSG secretariat. 

 

New Publications

The most recent reports published by the ILZSG are:

  • Environmental and Health Controls on Lead (January 2023)
  • World Directory of Lead and Zinc Mines (July 2022)
  • World Directory of Primary and Secondary Zinc Plants (July 2022)
  • World Directory of Primary and Secondary Lead Plants (July 2022)
  • Report on the Chinese Primary and Secondary Lead Metal Sector 2022 (March 2022)
  • World Directory: Continuous Galvanizing Lines 2022 (January 2022)
  • Lead and Zinc New Mine and Smelter Projects 2022 (January 2022)

A full ILZSG publications list including an order form is available in the Publications section of the site

Monthly Statistical Bulletin

The next ILZSG Lead and Zinc Statistical Bulletin will be published on 22 February 2023

A sample copy of a Statistical Bulletin published in February 2012 is available for download in the Publications section of the site 

Market Forecasts

The next set of ILZSG world lead and zinc market forecasts will be published in April 2023

   


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