Blogs by worldsteel experts and by guest bloggers. The blogs cover a wide variety of issues affecting the steel industry. We hope you will find this section useful and look forward to hearing from you.
To support the transition towards a carbon-neutral economy, worldsteel has introduced the step up programme. Read more in our Head of Technology's blog.
Eldar Askerov, our Head of Strategic Studies discusses the findings of a report carried out by Oxford Economics for worldsteel on the economic impact of the steel industry at a global level.
Dr Nae Hee Han, Director, Economic Studies and Statistics, gives us insight into the worldsteel Short Range Outlook (SRO) released yesterday. Read more in her blog.
With a month to go until Steel Safety Day, worldsteel Safety, Health and Environment Director Andrew Purvis explains why Process Safety Management should be taken seriously.
worldsteel's Head of Environment Åsa Ekdahl discusses the many creative initiatives the steel industry is taking to optimise resource efficiency and advance sustainable consumption and production.
worldsteel Communications Officer Alistair Wragg explores another 5 digital trends to monitor in 2019. This is a follow up to part one released last week.
This blog looks at 10 digital trends we should keep an eye on in 2019 whilst sharing a few examples of steel companies already leading the way.
worldsteel Director General Edwin Basson reflects on the two main challenges the steel industry will need to address in 2019.
worldsteel LCI Manager Iain Millar gives insight into the methodology we use to reduce the overall environmental impact of steel products.
worldsteel's Head of Data Management Adam Szewczyk explores the factors driving steel demand in India, a country now ranked the second largest steel producer in the world.
Air quality control is a major priority for the steel industry. worldsteel's Head of Environment Åsa Ekdhal discusses the measures taken in China to cut emissions.
Wrapping up the COP24 blog series, Andrew Purvis gives us an overview of the conclusions reached. A meeting ending, perhaps not in glorious triumph, but with solid progress made. Read more in his blog.