Dr. Sevda Dehkhoda

Looking ahead at rock fragmenting, one crack at a time

Dr. Sevda Dehkhoda | May 13, 2020
Faced with lower-grade ores, higher energy costs, and increased pressure from stakeholders to operate more efficiently, mining companies are looking for innovative ways to improve their plants' extraction productivity. Dr. Sevda Dehkoda shares how selective mining supports the industry’s long-term viability.
Siddhartha Sengupta

COVID-19 impact on steel commodity markets

Siddhartha Sengupta | April 30, 2020
In the previous years, there were those that said the worst crisis in the steel industry happened during the financial crisis of 2009. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic is challenging that long-held view.
Trevor Bergfeldt

Changing climate, changing priorities: the transition to a low-carbon economy (Part 2)

Dr Trevor Bergfeldt | April 29, 2020
In Part 1 of his two-part blog, Trevor Bergfeldt addressed the global imperative for industrial sectors, such as mining, to reduce their carbon footprint and help mitigate the negative impacts of carbon emissions on the environment. Part 2 looks at some of the available solutions and how organizations can build a roadmap on their journey to carbon neutrality.
Will Temple

Putting place at the heart of COVID recovery

Will Temple | April 28, 2020
Town centres and high streets, which already had a strong case for proactive investment and attention before the virus hit, are where the economic impacts of COVID will play out most visibly. In the short-term, local government will play an important role in identifying affected businesses and trying to channel the support they need.