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Amy Bennett

Principal consultant, metals and mining

Amy has over 25 years’ experience in the metals and mining sector. Amy’s areas of expertise include the battery raw materials sector, with a particular focus on graphite, manganese and vanadium. Amy’s responsibilities include overall market analysis, short- and long-term price forecasting for critical anode and cathode battery materials, as well as leading and managing consultancy projects. Recent work includes in-depth analysis and long-term forecasting for battery materials including graphite, manganese and vanadium used in both electric vehicle batteries and energy storage solutions.

Prior to her current role, Amy’s responsibilities have included overall editorial and price forecasting responsibility for Fastmarkets’ ferro-alloy, North American steel trackers and long-term forecasts. In addition, she has presented papers at leading industry conferences and events including those held by Fastmarkets, NAATBatt, Metal Bulletin and AMM, the ICDA, IMnI, Infacon, and the Institute for Supply Management Steel Buyers’ Forum.

After graduating from the Pennsylvania State University with a BS in Mineral Economics, Amy joined Resource Strategies, Inc. as a Research and Marketing Analyst, focusing on the bulk ferro-alloy and steelmaking raw materials industries. She then joined CRU International as a Metals Consultant, continuing to build expertise in the steel and ferro-alloys sector before joining Fastmarkets.

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