Envisaging the decarbonized ironmaking landscape of 2050

Tuesday 24th October 14:30 - 14:55


What the ironmaking landscape will look like in 2050 depends on a number
of factors, such as:
- Regulations and market demands
- Technological development
- Availability of resources
- Trade patterns and
- Openness to new supply chains

Keeping fossil reductants in the reduction processes and combining them
with CCS, using hydrogen for a fossil free iron or biomass combined with
CCUS to create a carbon sink will all be parts of the picture. The
questions are how, where and when? This presentation outlines a number of possible scenarios based on benefits and costs for the companies in the supply chain from iron ore to a finished consumer product.


Rutger Gyllenram

Founder and CEO

Kobolde & Partners

Rutger Gyllenram is a Swedish process metallurgist working on raw materials assessment with Kobolde & Partners. Rutger is the founder and CEO of Kobolde & Partners, and he is also a founder of the FerroSilva company which aims to reduce iron ore with biogenic syngas followed by CCUS, a project due to start in Hofors, Sweden in 2026.


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