MineSpansMetals & MiningMcKinsey & Company

MineSpans leverages McKinseys 85 years of industry expertise alongside the extensive experience our mining professionals have across the entire mining value chain. Our teams knowledge of the mining industry allows us to provide the most comprehensive and accurate perspective in the industry.


The future is now: How to win the resource mckinsey.com

Oct 01, 2016· A few years ago, resource strains were everywhere: prices of oil, gas, coal, copper, iron ore, and other commodities had risen sharply on the back of high and rising demand from China. For only the second time in a century, in 2008, spending on mineral resources rose above 6 percent of global GDP, more than triple the long-term average.


Short-Selling the Earth?McKinsey & Company

Short-Selling the Earth? Why its worth making a bet on evolving markets for steel raw materials In the medium term, we believe iron ore and coking coal will become tradable commodities with transparent market prices and other features already seen in todays commodity markets, e.g., for oil, aluminum, seaborne thermal coal, and natural gas.


Mobilizing for a resource revolutionMcKinsey

Jan 01, 2012· Steel production depends crucially on the supply of iron ore, which in turn relies heavily on the water used to extract it. Almost 40 percent of iron ore mines are in areas with moderate to high water scarcity, and a lot of steel is produced in places where water is relatively scarce.


Pricing the planetMcKinsey

Jun 01, 2010· The number of virtual barrels of oil, in the form of futures and derivatives, traded on global exchanges each day exceeds the number of real barrels by an estimated ratio of 30 to 1.


The current capacity shake-up in McKinsey & Company

The current capacity shake-up in steel and how the industry is adapting 5 infrastructure. Likewise, the dip in the countrys development trajectory also arrived much sooner than the historical norm. In 2014, Chinas demand for finished steel began to decline, dropping more than 8 percent to 676 MTPA by 2015 from the official peak of 738 MTPA.


Decarbonization of industrial sectors: The next frontier

Jun 01, 2018· The estimated costs for complete decarbonization of the four focus sectors are equivalent to a yearly cost of ~0.4 to 0.8 percent of global GDP ($78 trillion). According to the estimations in this report, about 50 to 60 percent of these costs consists of operating expenses and the remainder consists of capital expenditures, mainly for cement decarbonization.


Hydrogen: The next wave for electric vehicles?McKinsey

Nov 01, 2017· Please email us at: [email protected] While these investments are crucial, more will be required to reach scale and lower costs. Currently, each ton of CO2 saved through FCEVs is estimated to cost more than $1,500, and a significant scale-up is required to bring the technology to a breakeven point with conventional


Iron Ore Cost Curvekrukkk.nl

India's iron ore output to touch 199 MT by 2020: BMI Research. Apr 22, 2016· "On the other hand, miners in China, which operate at the higher end of the iron ore cost curve, will be forced to cut output due to continued iron ore price weakness," it said.


BHP Billiton Iron OreBHP Billiton Iron OreA Growth Story

World Iron Ore Consumption 6.1% 3.5% 400 World Seaborne Iron Ore Demand 8.4% 4.4% ROW Iron Ore Consumption World Seaborne 200 300 World Seaborne Iron Ore Demand 100 China Iron Ore Consumption-2000 2005 2010 2015 F 2020 F Slide 9 Source: GTIS, IISI, BHP Billiton Michiel Hovers, Vice President Iron Ore Marketing, 28th February 2012



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