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Paul joined CRU in 2012 and has overall responsibility for CRU's analysis of the steel raw materials markets, including iron ore, metallurgical coal, metallurgical coke and ferroalloys. 

Paul is also responsible for Steel cost services, which currently include a comprehensive suite of cost models covering iron ore mining, coal mining, steelmaking and ferroalloys operations worldwide.

Paul has 29 years' experience in the steel industry, having worked for Tata Steel, Corus, British Steel and the International Iron and Steel Institute (now the WorldSteel Association) in a range of strategic, business development, planning and technical roles.

Paul holds an MBA from Warwick Business School, a Ph.D in Theoretical Chemistry and a BSc. Honours Chemistry degree from Manchester University. He is a Chartered Chemist and Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (CChem MRSC). Paul is based in CRU's Singapore office.

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CBAM locks in cost disadvantage for EU steel

CBAM, while improving the situation for EU steel mills, will lock in cost and competitive disadvantage, as well as carbon leakage, for a decade.

20 September 2021   
Topic: Sustainability

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CRU Breakfast 2021

Topics: Aluminium, Aluminium Raw Materials, China, Coal, Copper, Covid-19, Economics, Emissions, Ferroalloys, Fertilizer Week, Lead, Nickel, Nitrogen, Noble Alloys and Minor Metals, Phosphates, Potassium, Precious Metals, Rare Earths, Steel, Steelmaking Raw Materials, Sulphur and Sulphuric Acid, Technology Metals, Tin, Uranium, Wire and Cable, Zinc

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Decarbonisation challenges in the steelmaking industry

Topics: Emissions, Steel, Steelmaking Raw Materials