Pathway to Low CO2: Insight into How the Steel Industry Can Decarbonize
Join the next sessions in CRU’s emissions series at 9 a.m. EST on Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Reducing emissions is among the top priorities of organizations around the world and presents special challenges and opportunities for the steel industry. CRU analysts will answer such questions as:
• How is the steel industry tracking vs. the global CO2 budget?
• What drives emissions intensity differences between producers and countries; what mechanisms can be utilized to decarbonize?
• What could transition pathways to low CO2 look like? Hydrogen steelmaking? Carbon capture & storage (CCS)?
Webinar attendees will be able to submit questions anonymously during and in advance of a Q&A session with CRU’s steel experts. Click here to register.
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