‘Metalmorphosis’: How the net zero transition could redraw the global steel map

    ‘Metalmorphosis’: How the net zero transition could redraw the global steel map

    Cecilia Keating

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    An electric arc furnace | Credit: iStock


    An electric arc furnace | Credit: iStock

    Decarbonisation of steel will redefine supply chains, with ‘metallic hubs’ emerging in places with access to low carbon hydrogen resources, Wood Mackenzie predicts

    The net zero transition will redraw steel supply chains and trade patterns, as proximity to clean energy and hydrogen resources becomes critically important to steelmakers and their suppliers. That…

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