World crude steel production for the 66 countries reporting to worldsteel was 145.3 million tonnes (Mt) in October 2017, a 5.9% increase compared to October 2016.
worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis gives his impressions of COP 23 and explains how steel will inevitably play a vital role in enabling the goals of the Paris agreement to be met.
The Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre is a sculptural landmark born from a close alliance between art, architecture and engineering.
Writing his blog from COP 23 in Bonn, Germany, worldsteel Director Andrew Purvis outlines some of the key research initiatives undertaken by steelmakers to combat climate change.
Today we are launching the fifth campaign in our #lovesteel series. Find out more from Nicholas Walters, Director, Communications and Public Policy at worldsteel.
Unprecedented investments in solar power in the rapidly developing economies of China and India promise a renewable energy revolution with steel at its heart.
With one million megawatts of technically realisable tidal energy worldwide, steel is helping to harvest the power of the seas.
worldsteel's Dr Baris Bekir Çiftçi discusses the challenges ahead for steelmaking raw materials markets.
An interview with Edwin Basson
#lovesteel: Steel and Rail
Steel Safety Day 2017
Steel makes our world a better place
Steel in the 21st Century
A look back on 50 years of the association, then and now, and what the future holds.
Steel industry's performance on 8 sustainability indicators and the future.
A global picture of the steel industry with key facts and statistics.
Cross-section of steel industry statistics from 2006 to 2015.
Four excellent safety and health programmes recognised in 2017.
Six safety and health principles for the steel industry