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Open
A$8.92
Previous Close
A$8.90
Day High
A$9.10
Day Low
A$8.86
52 Week High
09/19/13 - A$12.08
52 Week Low
06/13/14 - A$8.04
Market Cap
3.8B
Average Volume 10 Days
2.6M
EPS TTM
A$0.04
Shares Outstanding
418.7M
EX-Date
02/28/14
P/E TM
205.0x
Dividend
A$0.13
Dividend Yield
1.43%
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iluka resources ltd (ILU) Details

Iluka Resources Limited is engaged in the exploration, project development, mining, processing operation, and marketing of mineral sands products. The company operates in three segments: Australia, the United States, and Mining Area C. It primarily produces zircon; titanium dioxide products of rutile and synthetic rutile; and ilmenite, as well as activated carbon and iron oxide. The company’s mining operations are located in Jacinth-Ambrosia, Eucla Basin, South Australia; Perth Basin, Western Australia; Murray Basin, Victoria, Australia; and Virginia, the United States. Its products are used in various applications, such as in ceramics, paints, jet engines, and solar panels. The company was formerly known as Westralian Sands Limited and changed its name to Iluka Resources Limited in May 1999. Iluka Resources Limited was founded in 1954 and is based in Perth, Australia.

850 Employees
Last Reported Date: 03/25/14
Founded in 1954

iluka resources ltd (ILU) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director an...
Total Annual Compensation: A$2.4M
Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy ...
Total Annual Compensation: A$697.4K
Head of Alliances, New Ventures & Royalties
Total Annual Compensation: A$700.0K
Head of Resource Development - Mineral Sands
Total Annual Compensation: A$607.0K
Chief Operating Officer of Mineral Sands
Total Annual Compensation: A$750.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

iluka resources ltd (ILU) Key Developments

Iluka Resources Limited Signs Joint Development Agreement and Intellectual Property Agreement with Vale S.A. for the Evaluation and Potential Development of the Titanium Mineral Bearing Deposit at Tapira in Minas Gerais State, Brazil

Iluka Resources Limited announced that it signed a Joint Development Agreement and Intellectual Property Agreement with Vale S.A. for the staged evaluation and potential development of the major titanium mineral bearing deposit located at Tapira in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. The Tapira intrusive complex is host to large volumes of titanium-bearing minerals: anatase (titanium dioxide or Ti02), ilmenite (FeTi03) and perovskite (CaTi03), which occur in association with Vale's existing phosphate mining operations. The JDA and IPA agreements will provide Iluka with the opportunity to undertake geological and metallurgical research programmes with a view to the development of a long life, large scale titanium feedstock operation. The first phase involves a scoping study, including a series of geological and technical evaluations, a market assessment, and the determination of the preferred pilot plant design. This first phase is expected to take approximately fifteen months to complete. Subsequent phases are dependent on the results of Phase 1 and include: the evaluation, construction and operation of a pilot plant; pre-feasibility and definitive feasibility studies for a commercial plant; and ultimately the construction and operation of a commercial scale plant. In consideration for funding the first phase, pilot plant and feasibility studies, Iluka has secured options to participate, up to a maximum of 49% equity, in a joint venture with Vale, as well as preferential options on other potential large scale titanium dioxide deposits within Vale's portfolio.

Stephen Turner to Retire as an Independent Non-Executive Director of Iluka Resources Ltd

Iluka Resources Ltd. announced that Stephen Turner has announced his intention to retire as an independent non-executive director of Iluka, effective from the close of the 2014 Annual General Meeting to be held on 28 May 2014.

Iluka Resources Ltd. Announces Production Results for the Quarter and Twelve Months Ended March 2014

Iluka Resources Ltd. announced production results for the quarter and twelve months ended March 2014. For the quarter, total mineral sands production was 221.2 kt against 271.8 kt a year ago. Total zircon production was 77.8 kt against 56.1 kt a year ago. Total Rutile production was 33.2 kt against 25.8 kt a year ago. For the twelve months basis, total mineral sands production was 1,005.0 kt against 1,344.8 kt a year ago. Total zircon production was 306.8 kt against 283.6 kt a year ago. Total Rutile production was 134.4 kt against 195.5 kt a year ago.

 

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