Steel producers reinvesting in coal-based steelmaking are potentially locking in millions of tonnes more carbon dioxide emissions

Under the European Green Deal, the European Commission proposed a new EU target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030, compared with the levels emitted in 1990

Steel market participants gathered at the Nordics regional meeting of steel distributors’ association Eurometal in Copenhagen, Denmark on Thursday October 5, where key discussion topics were how the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) will operate and the risks importers face once it reaches final implementation

Key talking points from the Nordics regional meeting of steel distributors’ association Eurometal, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, on Thursday October 5

Alloy smelters in China are actively seeking state certification for “green” ferro-alloys to improve their competitiveness among steelmakers, sources told Fastmarkets this week

A new platform launched by the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) could see a collective order of 2 million short tons of green steel from major companies, propelling the North American steel industry’s decarbonization push

The gathering of early information on carbon emissions by the supply chain, and additional transparency, can create marketing opportunities for producers of battery raw materials (BRM) before such reporting is made mandatory, according to panelists at Fastmarkets’ European BRM Conference

German automaker Mercedes-Benz has signaled its preference for greener steel in the US alongside a commitment to 50,000 tonnes per year from long-time supplier Steel Dynamics Inc (SDI)

Asia is now shaping up to join the growing decarbonization movement in the steel industry with the launch of its first green steel premium

Read more about our green steel Asia differential, the region’s first green steel benchmark aimed at serving the East Asia market