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vale inaugurates iron ore grinding hub | american metal

The first product to be designed at the grinding hub will be GF88, high-grade fines made from iron ore produced in Carajás (IOCJ), the top-tier deposit owned by Vale in northern Brazil. According to Vale, it will provide a “green” solution to pellet production and help steelmakers to reduce their carbon emissions. “GF88 is a truly ‘green’ mineral product. It enjoys high iron content, low impurities and low loss-on-ignition characteristics,” the company’s ferrous director, Marcelo Spinelli, said at the inauguration. “It also deploys a unique, innovative and environmentally friendly production process, which has no need for heating or water and generates no tailings.” The grinding hub is located in the Shulanghu ore transfer terminal at Zhoushan, in the eastern Chinese province of Zhejiang. It is a part of the Ningbo-Zhoushan port, operated by NZP. Vale had previously collaborated with NZP in 2016 to create Brazilian Blend Fines (BRBF) with Vale’s material. Both companies then signed a grinding service contract to launch new iron ore products in China in December 2019. Offering steelmaking solutions with a lower carbon footprint is one of Vale’s objectives to comply with the climate change standards set out in the Paris Agreement. The company also entered into a non-binding agreement with Kobe and Mitsui in July to form a low-emissions steel joint venture. Vale was directly or indirectly involved in two major environmental disasters in Brazil during a four-year period. In 2015, a tailings dam failed at Samarco, its iron ore pellet joint venture with BHP, which led to the plant being idled. Then another dam collapsed at the company’s Córrego do Feijão mine in 2019, killing 270 people. Afterward, the Brazilian miner started to decommission its tailings dams of the “upstream” variety, similar to the one that failed at Córrego do Feijão. And it committed to stricter social and environmental standards, in what the company called a “New Pact with Society.” The goals linked to the Paris Agreement were divided into lower carbon emissions from the company’s own energy use, from third parties, and further downstream – all to reduce the carbon footprint of steelmakers. Vale hopes to achieve all three goals by 2050. “With the [launch] of GF88 in China, together with other high-quality iron ore products and blends, Vale will continue to contribute to China’s greener future,” Spinelli said. A combination of strong Chinese demand and overall lower supply brought iron ore prices to a six-and-a-half-year high earlier in August. They have fallen since, with consumption in China slowing down. Fastmarkets’ index for iron ore 62% Fe fines, cfr Qingdao, was most recently calculated at $122.99 per tonne on Tuesday, down from $125.23 per tonne a day before and lower than the aforementioned recent high of $129.32 per tonne on August 20. Fastmarkets is hosting a webinar, “Insights to Drive Success in the 2020 HRC Contract Season,” on September 9. Click here to sign up

vale, chinese port sign $651 million deal on iron ore

Vale (NYSE: VALE) and China’s Ningbo Zhoushan Port have signed a deal to invest around 4.3 billion yuan ($650.6 million) in iron ore storage and processing facilities in Zhejiang, a local government statement said on Friday

Vale, the world’s second-biggest iron ore miner, and Ningbo Zhoushan Port will each hold 50% in the joint venture (JV), whose planned creation was flagged in a filing last month. It will have registered capital of 1.5 billion yuan

vale, chinese port sign $651 million deal on iron ore

“It is proposed to build an iron ore storage yard, with a maximum capacity of 4.1 million tonnes, an ore blending and processing facility and two shipping berths,” Zhejiang Free Trade Zone said on its official Wechat account

“The construction of this project will further strengthen the distribution capacity of the Shulanghu ore transfer terminal,” the statement said, referring to the site of the grinding hub, where Vale is producing high-grade iron ore fines

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