Geographical distribution of titanium ore in China C […]
Geographical distribution of titanium ore in China
China's proven titanium resources are distributed in 108 mining areas in 21 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) (Figure 3.5.1 and Table 3.5.4). The main producing areas are Sichuan, followed by Hebei, Hainan, Guangdong, Hubei, Guangxi, Yunnan, Shaanxi, Shanxi and other provinces (districts).
Titanium magnetite rock ore: The main deposits are distributed in Panzhihua and Hongge in Sichuan Province, Baima in Miyi, Taihe in Xichang, Damei, Heishan in Chengde, Hebei Province, Zhaobinggou in Fengning, and Nantianmen in Chongli; Tonglu, Zuoquan, Shanxi Province; Bijigou, Yangxian County, Shaanxi Province; Weiya, Xinjiang; Zhaozhuang Village, Wuyang, Henan Province; Xiayan, Xingning, Guangdong Province; Huma, Heilongjiang Province; Shangzhuang and Huairou, Changping, Beijing New land. Among them, the in-situ reserves of Sichuan Province (TiO2 446,563,200 tons) accounted for 95.1% of the same type of reserves (TiO2 456,228,300 tons), Hebei Province (TiO2, 154,460,000 tons) accounted for 3.3%, Shaanxi Province accounted for 0.46%, and Shanxi Province accounted for 0.35%.
The main deposits of the rutile ore deposit are distributed in Dayishan, Zaoyang, Hubei Province; Nianzigou, Daixian County, Shanxi Province; Yangchong, Xin County, Henan Province; Liujiazhuang, Laixi County, Shandong Province. Among them, the reserves of rutile (TiO2) in Hubei Province (5,344,300 tons) accounted for 71.2% of the same type of reserves in the country (7.586 million tons), Shanxi Province (154.79 million tons) accounted for 20.6%, and Shaanxi Province (444,000 tons) accounted for 5.9%.