Platts 3rd Annual SBB Green Steel Strategies 2012, Berlin
19-20 April 2012

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Programme details

Papers will be presented on producer responses, possible import taxes, the CO2 trading mechanisms and future carbon prices.  The conference will also include an increased emphasis on the initiatives from Asian steel producers.
 

Online Registration Conference Program

 

Confirmed speakers for 2012 include:

  • Hans Jürgen Kerkhoff, President, German Steel Federation
  • Dr Edwin Basson, Director General, World Steel Association
  • Danny Croon, Environment Director, EUROFER 
  • Dr Hans-Jorn Weddige, Head of Climate Change Policy, Thyssenkrup Steel
  • Steve Rowlan, General Manager of Environmental Affairs, NUCOR
  • Dr Matthias Finkbeiner, Chair of Sustainable Engineering, Berlin Technological University
  • Dr Julian Allwood, Group Leader, WELLMET2050 – Cambridge University
  • José Otávio Andrade Franco, Environment Manager, AcelorMittal Brasil
  • Thomas Tillman, Vice President Sales, Jersey Shore Steel Company
  • Arnaud Willems, Partner, Sidley Austin
  • Michel Van Hoey, Partner, McKinsey & Co
  • Christopher Beauman, Senior Adviser, EBRD
  • Simone Ruiz, European Policy Director, International Emissions Trading Association (IETA)
  • Rob Elsworth, Policy Officer, Sandbag
  • Chris Davis, Managing Editor, Steel News and Pricing – Americas, Platts/Steel Business Briefing
  • Roger Manser, Former Managing Editor, Platts/Steel Business Briefing
  • Tomas Gutierrez, Analyst, Platts/Steel Business Briefing

Should you wish to put yourself forward as a speaker or for more information, please contact:

 

Joe Ravenscroft
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T: +44 (0) 20 7176 6671
E: joseph_ravenscroft@platts.com  

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