EUROFER

EUROFER and European Aluminum call for careful CBAM implementation

The EU aims to reduce net carbon emissions by 55% by 2030

The European Union reduced steel exports by 17% y/y in January-August 2022

Shipments of flat rolled products from the EU decreased by 10% y/y in 8 months, and long products – by 22% y/y

The consumption of steel products in the EU will decrease by 3.5% in 2022 – EUROFER

The industry association is concerned about the high level of imports to the EU

EUROFER and industriAll call for protection of the EU steel sector

The European steel industry directly provides 310 thousand jobs

EUROFER once again appealed to the EU for urgent action in the conditions of the energy crisis

The current gas price of around €200/MWh creates a difficult situation for energy-intensive industries

European steelmakers to help politicians overcome the energy crisis – EUROFER

Current gas and electricity prices threaten the viability of the industry in Europe, the association believes

EUROFER calls on the EU to take urgent action to overcome the energy crisis

Steelmakers and industrialists from other energy-intensive industries emphasize the impossibility of continuing production in Europe under current conditions

The EU should refuse the scrap export to third countries – EUROFER

The Waste Shipment Regulation (WSR) is the last chance to fix the scrap outflow and meet climate goals

The European Union reduced steel exports by 14% y/y in the first half of 2022

Shipments of flat steel products from the EU decreased by 11% y/y in 6 months, and of graded rolled stee by 21% y/y

EUROFER improved its forecast for steel consumption in the EU in 2022

The overall dynamics of steel demand has a high level of uncertainty

EUROFER calls on the European Parliament to review ETS and CBAM

According to EUROFER, EU Emissions Trading and Cross-border Carbon Tax Proposals derail green transition

EUROFER proposes to stop scrap export to countries not meeting EU standards

Now, 48% of EU steel production is based on scrap, and more will be needed in the coming years

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