Is the ‘green’ advantage held by steel companies in the US at risk as the market adopts a more rigorous approach to reducing Scope 3 emissions?
What does the launch of Outokumpu new sustainable stainless steel line, Circle Green, mean for the industry’s green transition?
Mixed near-term demand and stagnant prices could place US buyers at an advantage during this year’s steel HRC trading season
Steel industry leaders applauded the White House’s announcement of “Buy Clean actions”
Steel prices in the United States are unlikely to return to last year’s highs over the next year due to incoming steel capacity and falling raw materials prices, which could affect steel mills’ profitability, analysts told Fastmarkets
The Inflation Reduction Act in the United States may ironically cause global metal market prices to rise for some metals used in electric vehicles (EVs), Fastmarkets sources said
Steelmaking raw material imports into the United States soared by 51.97% month on month in May, an increase of 258,047 tonnes, with that jump led by a recovery in pig iron import volumes
Attendees of Fastmarkets’ 37th annual Steel Success Strategies conference - June 5-7 in Miami Beach, Florida - discussed an array of topics, from short-term trends to long-term ambitions to make the industry green. Here are five key takeaways
Willingness to pay for steel that advances decarbonization and sustainability goals is gaining ground, suggesting that premium pricing for green steel could be implemented and marking a turnaround from views in the recent past, according to leading service center executives
Steel Dynamics Inc (SDI) is aiming for its new $1.9-billion electric-arc furnace (EAF) mill in Sinton, Texas, to be operating at 80% capacity by the third quarter before hitting full capacity by year-end, chief financial officer Theresa Wagler said at Fastmarkets’ Steel Success Strategies conference in Miami Beach, Florida, on Monday June 6