Wood Mackenzie will host its annual Tokyo Metals & Mining Forum on Wednesday 3rd February 2021.
At this event, we present our views on a range of metals and mined commodities, the impact of the energy transition on these industries and what to look out for in 2021.
In part one, we assess traditionally carbon-intensive industries including steel and thermal coal. Coal is the most controversial of all hard commodities, but as topical as ever – coal – remains a key component of power generation and steel production particularly in Asia. In this section, we present the 5 year outlook of these bulk commodities and explore the various risk factors that are front of mine for investors.
In part two, we present the 5 year outlook for metals with a detailed look at copper, zinc, nickel and battery raw materials (lithium, cobalt and graphite) – critical components of battery manufacturing, both in EVs and stationary energy storage.
We are delighted to confirm our speakers below.
Linda Cardillo Doku
Senior Vice President, Head of Metals and Mining
Global Head of Bulk Commodities
Head of Steel
Head of Iron Ore
Head of Metallurgical Coal
Head of Thermal Coal
Vice Chairman, Metals & Mining
Head of Metals
Head of Copper Research
Head of Lead and Zinc
Principal Analyst Nickel Markets
Research Director, Battery Raw Materials
Global Head of Multi-commodity research
Director of Japan Office, Head of Sales Japan & Korea
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