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Advancing metals and mining in Southeast Asia with digital and analytics

– Southeast Asia is a top producer of base metals, including nickel and copper, but its downstream-processing industry is lagging behind. Investing in digital and analytics could enhance productivity.

Bridging the copper supply gap

– With metals demand ramping up rapidly in the face of the energy transition, new processing technologies can help meet the supply shortfall from existing operations.

Has mining lost its luster? Why talent is moving elsewhere and how to bring them back

– A well-managed, motivated, and trained workforce has been a core driver for productivity and safety in mining; an unprecedented skills shortage in the mining industry is elevating talent to the top of miners’ agendas.

Metals and mining: Unleashing the power of technology in commodities trading

– As commodities markets evolve, embracing digital can help metals and mining traders enhance competitiveness by streamlining operations and finding new sources of value—but they need to move fast.

Closing Europe’s green-metallics gap

– Steel companies must consider both economic and other strategic factors in deciding whether to focus on onshore or offshore direct reduced iron production.

The energy transition: A region-by-region agenda for near-term action

– What practical actions could countries take now to ensure that the energy transition both accelerates and proceeds in an orderly fashion?

Could supply-chain issues derail the energy transition?

– Electric-vehicle penetration is the biggest driver of oil demand declines in the energy transition. However, emerging supply bottlenecks for key battery materials could be an unexpected barrier.

Sustainable infrastructure: The best ideas from the 2022 GII Summit

– Industry leaders gathered in Tokyo for the eighth Global Infrastructure Initiative Summit. Here are some of the best ideas across the energy transition, digital and analytics, workforce development, and more.

Accelerating green growth in the built environment

– The industries that make up the built environment are highly fragmented and slow to change. Creating green growth requires shifts in how players design, build, operate, and decommission assets.

Capturing the green-premium value from sustainable materials

– Materials are the next net-zero frontier. To seize the opportunity, green-materials producers and buyers must act now.

The new imperative for green commodities

– The energy and materials transition is reshaping the strategic toolbox of commodity producers. Seven actions can help them master the transition.
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