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Harry joined CRU Consulting in 2015 and has worked on a variety of commodity types, including: steel, iron ore, coal, base metals, fertilisers and a number of multi-commodity projects.

Harry has a background in geology and mining and works on projects across commodity groups in CRU Consulting. This has included primary research, market analysis and providing strategic advice.

Prior to joining CRU, he completed internships as a Minerals Processing Researcher at the University of Cape Town and as an Exploration Geologist with Rio Tinto on a greenfield copper exploration project in Namibia. In 2015, Harry visited multiple Cu-Au-Ag mines in Romania, Serbia and Bulgaria to examine the geology and mining processes.

During his time at CRU, Harry has worked at CRU’s London, Sydney, Santiago and Beijing offices to develop his knowledge of the regional commodities market. Harry is now based full time in our Sydney office to further develop his expertise in the iron ore and coal sectors.

Harry graduated from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London with an MSci in Geology.

Articles by our industry expert


New needle coke capacity is coming, but what other factors must be considered?

Since the crunch of 2017, needle coke supply has been an ongoing concern for the key demand sectors – graphite electrode and battery anode producers.

By Harry Fisher 24 October 2019   
Topics: Steel, Steelmaking Raw Materials, Technology Metals


Needle coke market under pressure: is there an end in sight?

Topics: Stainless Steel, Steel, Steelmaking Raw Materials, Technology Metals


Graphite electrodes: Panic over? Or worse to come?

Topics: Steel, Steelmaking Raw Materials