Hydro will partially curtail aluminium production at Hydro Karmøy and Hydro Husnes in Norway, the company announced on Tuesday, September 27.
Conversations and panel discussions at the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries Roundtables in Chicago on September 14-16 largely centered around market uncertainty and navigating complex geopolitical landscapes during a time of energy transition and low domestic demand
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The copper market faces macro-economic-related headwinds from the turmoil currently affecting economies worldwide, multinational commodities trader Concord Resources’ research manager, Duncan Hobbs, told delegates at the Fastmarkets Copper Conference in Barcelona, Spain, this month
According to recent findings by motoring association, RAC, rising charging costs could hinder electrification in the UK
The Singapore Exchange (SGX) launched a set of battery raw materials derivatives on Monday September 26, including contracts for cobalt metal, cobalt hydroxide, lithium carbonate and lithium hydroxide
The Indian Vegetable Oil Producers Association expects imports to increase by 3.5%
What does the launch of Outokumpu new sustainable stainless steel line, Circle Green, mean for the industry’s green transition?
There’s demand for green steel across the supply chain, but Boston Metal aims to keep the need for a green premium to a minimum, a company executive told Fastmarkets earlier this year
US Steel will use proceeds from recently closed “green bonds” to partially fund equipment and facilities at its upcoming Big River 2 flat-rolled steelmaking facility in Arkansas, the company announced on Tuesday September 6
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