By: Mark Pritchard | Published: March 15, 2019 10:04:22A new article from the University of California Berkeley shows that the U.S. has the world’s most abundant supply of metal-plated steel.
The article, published by the journal Geophysical Research Letters, was based on data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Geophysical Data Center.
The report found that the country has an additional 6.2 billion tons of metal plated, or 4.7% of the world total, with the majority of that supply coming from two major sources: domestic and overseas sources.
The steel is used in everything from steel mills to steel ship hulls to aerospace parts, and has been used in all sorts of industries, including for steel pipe.
The U.K. is the world leader in producing metal-machinated steel, but it’s not a major source of the supply, as China and Japan have grown their industries.
The U.C. Berkeley researchers say the steel comes from China and is imported mostly from overseas.
But they also say that many of the steel mills in the U and West have a Chinese presence, such as the Taiji and Sichuan mills.
The researchers found that almost 80% of all the steel used in the United States comes from overseas, mostly from two countries: the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bangladesh.
These two countries together supply nearly one-fifth of the global supply of steel.
The new data is based on the use of a combination of data on the metal content of U.N. estimates, as well as data from a World Trade Organization (WTO) database that shows where each country’s imports come from.
The data show that the world is home to about 5.5 trillion metric tons of steel, or a little more than 1% of total global steel supply.
U.S.-origin steel is about one-third of that.
And it’s only about 10% of that steel’s steel supply that comes from the United Kingdom, according to the new analysis.
The rest comes from two other countries: China and India.
The study found that this supply has grown rapidly over the past decade.
In 2015, the U