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Taichung Port Receives Formosa Steel

Offshore Wind Biz reported that transition pieces and monopiles for the Formosa Phase 2 offshore wind farm have started arriving at the Taichung Port in Taiwan. And so have the vessels that will install the 20 monopile foundations and the wind turbines at the site in the Taiwan Strait, Ørsted, one of the owners of the 120MW wind farm. Seaway Yudin will install the monopile foundations while Seajacks Zaratan will be in charge of installing the 20 Siemens Gamesa 6MW wind turbines.

The monopiles were produced in Germany by EEW SPC. The transition pieces were manufactured by Thailand's CUEL Limited.

The Formosa 1 offshore wind farm will have a total capacity of 128MW once built and commissioned. Phase 1 of Formosa 1 features two Siemens 4MW demonstration turbines, the first ever wind turbines to be installed off Taiwan.

Source : Offshore Wind Biz
Allegheny Health Department fined US Steel

Pittsburgh CBS Local reported that Allegheny County Health Department has fined US Steel USD 337,670 for the first quarter of 2019 due to continued emissions problems at the Clairton Coke Works facility. In addition to the fine for the emissions problems, they have also been fined a penalty of USD 5,750 for a failed stack test that occurred in 2018 and was resolved in 2018. These fines are not related to the fire at that occurred at the Clairton Coke Works in December 2018 or the motion to intervene in the citizen’s suit against the plant that was filed.

Source : Pittsburgh CBS Local
Iran metal exports may be harder to sanction than oil – Experts

AFP reported that Iran, hard hit by US sanctions on its oil sales, now faces restrictions on metals exports but industry insiders say foreign income from mining and steel will be harder to curb. Tensions are soaring a year after Washington withdrew from a multilateral 2015 deal over Iran’s nuclear program.

A US aircraft strike group is heading for the Gulf and Tehran has said it will stop abiding by some restrictions on its nuclear activities.

US President Donald Trump last week imposed sanctions aimed at punishing anyone who buys or trades in Iranian iron, steel, aluminum or copper. That came after Washington in November reinstated sanctions aimed at slashing the Islamic republic’s oil exports, by far its top source of foreign currency.

But the steel and mining sector, Iran’s second-largest source of foreign revenue, may prove harder to target.

Experts said that relatively decentralized, made up of small and medium-sized companies and selling mostly to nearby countries, it is less vulnerable to sanctions.

Industry analyst Mojtaba Fereydouni said that “The US cannot completely stop exports. Some countries, companies with no US ties, are OK to work with Iran.” He added that “Also our main export markets are our neighbors — Iraq and Afghanistan, and recently Syria and Oman.”

He pointed out that Iranian metals firms, no strangers to sanctions, were relatively unscathed by an initial tranche of restrictions re-imposed last year.

According to official data, Iran’s mineral exports grew about 20% YoY to USD 6.2 billion in the 12 months to March, with steel making up over two-thirds of that figure.

Source : Times Of Israel
Dongkuk Steel to inject USD 150 million into Companhia Siderurgica do Pecem

Yonhap reported that Dongkuk Steel Mill Co will inject USD 150 million over the next three years into a Brazilian steel mill that it owns a stake in to help improve its financial standing. Dongkuk Steel owns a 30% share in Companhia Siderurgica do Pecem steel mill, while South Korea’s leading steelmaker, POSCO, and Brazil-based mining giants Vale SA have 20% and 50% shares, respectively, in CSP. The two other investors will spend money in proportion with their stakes, with the three firms‘ cash injection totaling USD 500 million, according to Dongkuk Steel.

CSP steel mill logged an operating profit of USD 164 million last year, but suffered net losses due to financial costs and currency losses, which promoted the major shareholders to come up with the rescue plan for financial improvement.

Source : Yonhap
Acerinox obtains profits totalling EUR 33 million in Q1

Acerinox obtained profits totalling 33 million euros in the first quarter of 2019 after taxes and minority interests, a figure which represents an increase of 103% compared with the fourth quarter of 2018 and a fall of 44% in relation to the first quarter of 2018. The EBITDA for the first quarter totalled 90 million euros, a figure 56% higher than that of the fourth quarter of 2018 and 24% lower than that of the first quarter of the previous year. The Group’s turnover (1,202 million euros) rose by 6% with respect to the previous quarter and fell by four percentage points in comparison with the same period of 2018.

Between January and March the Group’s steelwork production increased by 22% compared with the last three months of 2018, totalling 627,920 tonnes, 6% less than in the same quarter of the previous year.

Acerinox achieved these profits in a highly competitive and complex market environment. The definitive safeguard measures approved on 1 February in the EU corrected many the errors of the preliminary measures, imposing annual quotas on countries accounting for more than 5% of imports. Tariffs of 25% will be imposed once this amount is exceeded. This decision will boost the activity of our plant in Europe and South Africa.

The USA continues to be the market displaying the best performance as a result of the strength of its economy and the customs duties, which are having a positive effect on domestic producers.

Chief Executive Officer Mr Bernardo Velázquez explained that “stocks in Europe and the United States are at reasonable levels, according to the information available, and we expect imports to remain under control in both regions, although the market conditions continue to be very competitive.”

As for Rafael Miranda, Chairman of Acerinox, he declared that “we expect the positive trend of results to continue in the second quarter”.

A dividend of 0.30 euros will be paid on 5 June and a second payment of 0.20 euros will be made on 5 July, charged to the Share Premium.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
Commission clears the creation of a joint venture by Tenaris and Severstal

The European Commission has approved, under the EU Merger Regulation, the creation of a joint venture by Tenaris S.A. of Luxembourg and PAO Severstal of the Russian Federation. The joint venture will build and operate a plant in the Russian Federation for the manufacturing and supply of certain types of tubular products for the oil and gas industry in the Russian Federation and in the Commonwealth of Independent States. Tenaris is active in the manufacturing and supply of seamless and welded tubular products and related services for the oil and gas industry. Severstal is active in mining and in the manufacturing and supply of steel products.

The Commission concluded that the proposed transaction would raise no competition concerns given that the proposed joint venture will not have any assets in or make any sales into the territory of the European Economic Area. The transaction was examined under the simplified merger review procedure.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
US DOC hikes AD on HR steel imports from BlueScope Steel

The US Department of Commerce has recently published the final results of the administrative review of the anti-dumping duty order on certain hot-rolled steel flat products from Australia. DOC finally determined that BlueScope Steel Ltd, BlueScope Steel Pty Ltd and BlueScope Steel Distribution Pty Ltd made sales at less than normal value during the period of review. Therefore, based on the review of the record and comments received from interested parties, DOC made no changes in the final results of this review, maintaining AD on the preliminarily determined level of 99.20% compared to the initially imposed AD of 29.37% set in August 2016

DOC mentioned that the final dumping margin assigned to BlueScope in this review is based on total facts available with adverse inferences

The administrative review covered the period from March 22, 2016, to September 30, 2017.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
EUROFER - Update on Apparent Steel Consumption in EU in Q1 of 2019

Apparent steel consumption concerns the supply of all steel products delivered to the EU28 market by domestic producers in the EU and by third country exporters.EU28 apparent steel consumption rose by 1.8% year-on-year in the third quarter of 2018 and amounted to 38.7 million tonnes. In line with the usual seasonal pattern of steel demand and inventory changes over the year, the fourth quarter of 2018 was characterised by destocking in the steel supply chain.

Total apparent steel consumption over the whole year 2018 grew by 3.3%. On balance the inventory change over the year was slightly positive, which was reflected by higher than usual stock levels for most finished products at distributors and merchants at the end of the year.

EU domestic and foreign supply - In the final quarter of 2018 domestic deliveries from EU mills to the EU market decreased by 2.1% compared with the same period of 2017. This was the result of third country imports growing by 16.3% YoY within a context of flattening steel demand growth over that timeframe. Imports amounted to 9.6 million tonnes and accounted for 24.7% of EU steel demand.

Over the whole year 2018 third country imports rose by 12.6% which contrasts sharply with the 1.7% rise in domestic deliveries. The preliminary safeguard measures imposed by the EU Commission in July 2018 were supportive to limiting import volumes in the second half of the year compared with the extraordinary high import volumes that landed in the EU in the first half. However, the sharp year-on-year rise in the second half of the year also illustrates that the threat of deflection of tonnage due to the US’ Section 232 tariffs on steel imports and market distortions due to the global overcapacity problem and other countries’ protectionist measures is still very much alive.

Apparent steel consumption forecast 2019-2020 - The outlook for EU steel demand is subdued. The base case scenario for the development of final steel use shows only marginal growth in 2019 and 2020. Given the uncertainty that currently surrounds the EU steel market in terms of demand and supply fundamentals, steel inventories will be managed with care. With reportedly relatively high inventories in the steel distribution chain at the start of 2019, apparent steel consumption is forecast to fall by 0.4% over the whole year 2019. Apparent steel consumption may grow by 1.3% in 2020.

Meanwhile, the relaxation of the final safeguard measures, with an enlargement by 5% In February and another upwards revision of 5% in July, appears to be completely out of step with the anticipated evolution of the EU steel market in 2019. As such, the 10% increase in import quota allowed in the final safeguard measures risks squeezing the EU steel sector between rising import pressure and a depressed market.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
GMS Market Commentary on Shipbreaking in India in Week 19 - PAINFUL WEEK!

India has endured a rather concerning week with both local steel plate prices and the currency declining, leaving end Buyers nervous and hesitant to commit any available units at sensible levels. Steel plate prices crashed by a whopping USD 23 per tonne over the course of the week whilst the Indian Rupee breached the INR 70 mark against the US Dollar once again, in worrying signs for the local market.

As a result, sales into Alang have remained few and far between, relegated primarily to strictly HKC SoC green recycling and offshore units.

This week, China Navigation committed their general cargo unit KWEICHOW (9,432 LDT) for strictly green HKC SoC green recycling, at a surprisingly impressive USD 440/LT. This seemingly speculative price comes at a time when the Alang market has been battling its nerves through the week’s declines.

Will such impressive numbers continue to be tabled, especially on green units that already fetch discounted levels, remains to be seen. For now, with a dithering Bangladesh and a weak Pakistan, India may gradually turn into the market of choice in the coming months especially if local prices manage to hold.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
Ghana’s parliamentary committee raises issues over proposed Steel Corp

Graphic reported that Ghana’s Parliamentary Select Committee on Mines and Energy has advised the government to ensure that the mandate of the proposed Ghana Iron and Steel Development Corporation does not conflict with that of the Minerals Commission as provided under Article 269 (1) of the 1992 Constitution. The committee raised issues over the inclusion of iron which was a mineral in its raw form and, therefore, fell under the mandate of the Minerals Commission. It, therefore, advised that the role of the proposed corporation should be restricted to the promotion of the commercial aspect of the industry and not the unprocessed mineral.

This was contained in the committee’s report on the Ghana Iron and Steel Development Corporation Bill, 2019, which seeks to establish a corporation that will develop and promote an integrated iron and steel industry.

The corporation will be required to collaborate with investors for the development of the integrated iron industry, ensure the development and implementation of a local content policy across a value chain in the industry and also ensure that the minimum total equity held by the State and the Ghanaian private sector in any joint venture in the industry is not less than 30 per cent of the total equity.

The corporation will also be empowered to enter into joint venture operations, ensure that minimum part of the equity as may be determined by law is held by the Ghanaian private sector and in collaboration with relevant government agencies.

It is also expected to establish a mechanism to ensure the requisite transfer of skills and know-how to Ghanaians in the iron and steel industry value chain.

Source : Graphic
Walter Watson sees uncertain outlook

Belfast Telegraph reported that Northern Ireland steel company Walter Watson has reported an 8% rise in revenues to GBP 55.8 million. Walter Watson posted a GBP 900,000 drop in pre-tax profits to GBP 3.2 million for the year to December 31, 2018. It described this as a robust performance given the increasingly competitive trading conditions prevalent in it’s markets.

Group said its margins had still moved from 15% in 2017 to 13% in 2018 as a direct result of the rise in the wholesale price of steel throughout the year.

Directors at the Co Down group said the outlook for 2019 remains less certain. The directors added they remained hopeful that the signs of recovery in the traditional construction market will continue into the new financial year.

Source : Belfast Telegraph
Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation Announces First Quarter 2019 Results

Ampco-Pittsburgh Corporation reports sales from continuing operations for the three months ended March 31, 2019, of $107.5 million compared to $106.4 million for the three months ended March 31, 2018. The improvement is principally attributable to the Air and Liquid Processing segment, led by higher sales of air handling units and centrifugal pumps. For the Forged and Cast Engineered Products segment, forged and cast roll sales improved, however, sales of forged engineered products to the oil and gas industry decreased.

Consolidated Results
Loss from continuing operations for the three months ended March 31, 2019, was $12.0 million, including the Impairment Charge and $0.9 million in professional fees associated with the Corporation’s overall restructuring plan and employee severance due to a reduction in force (“Restructuring-Related Costs”). This compares to a loss from continuing operations of $1.8 million for the three months ended March 31, 2018. Adjusted income from continuing operations, which is not based on U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”) and excludes the Impairment Charge, the Restructuring-Related Costs and estimated excess costs of the Avonmore facility, was positive at approximately $1.2 million, an improvement of $0.7 million compared to the prior-year quarter on the same basis. A reconciliation of these GAAP to non-GAAP results is provided below under “Non-GAAP Financial Measures Reconciliation Schedule.”

Other income for the three months ended March 31, 2019, decreased compared to the prior year primarily due to a $2.4 million benefit in the prior year quarter related to a contractual settlement with a third party.

Net loss from continuing operations for the three months ended March 31, 2019, was $12.6 million, or $1.00 per common share, including approximately $0.88 per common share for the Impairment Charge and Restructuring-Related Costs recorded in the quarter. By comparison, net income from continuing operations for the three months ended March 31, 2018, was $1.5 million, or $0.12 per common share, but included $2.4 million, or $0.19 per common share, for a contractual settlement benefit.

Discontinued Operations
Loss from discontinued operations, net of tax, for the three months ended March 31, 2019, was $2.2 million, or $0.18 per common share, compared to $0.1 million, or $0.01 per common share, for the prior year period. The loss reflects the operations of the Corporation’s Canadian subsidiary, ASW Steel Inc., which is held for sale. The higher loss compared to prior year is due to a reduction in sales driven by tariffs imposed by the U.S. on imports of primary steel and lower demand of ingot feedstock for the production of forged engineered products for the oil and gas industry.

Segment Results

Sales from continuing operations for the Forged and Cast Engineered Products segment for the three months ended March 31, 2019, were flat compared to the prior year as a higher volume of both forged and cast roll shipments was offset by a decline in shipments of forged engineered products for the oil and gas industry. Operating results from continuing operations for the three months ended March 31, 2019, declined principally due to the Impairment Charge.

Sales for the Air and Liquid Processing segment for the three months ended March 31, 2019, increased approximately 5% compared to prior year due to higher shipment volumes of custom air handling units and centrifugal pumps. Operating results for the three months ended March 31, 2019, were approximately flat with prior year as the higher shipment volumes were offset by unfavorable product mix.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
Moody's assigns a B3 rating to senior secured tax exempt bonds guaranteed by Big River Steel

Moody's Investors Service assigned a B3 senior secured rating to the SD 487 million Arkansas Development Finance Authority tax-exempt bonds. The bonds will be repayable under a bond financing agreement between Big River Steel LLC, BRS Finance Corp. and BRS Intermediate Holdings LLC and the Arkansas Development Finance Authority. Big River's obligations under the bond financing agreement will be secured by the same collateral that secures the term loan and the secured notes. The proceeds of the bonds are being loaned to Big River Steel LLC and will be used to finance the expansion of the company's electric arc furnace steel mill located in Osceola, Arkansas which is expected to double mill capacity to 3.3 million tons and improve its ability to produce value-added steel products.

Moody's affirmed Big River's B3 corporate family rating, B3-PD probability of default rating, the B3 rating on its $395 million term loan B and the B3 rating on the $600 million senior secured notes. These ratings and the tax-exempt bond rating are commensurate with the corporate family rating since they share the same collateral package and will account for almost all of the debt in the company's capital structure. The ratings outlook remains stable.

....Gtd. Senior Secured Tax-Exempt Revenue Bonds, Assigned B3 (LGD4)

Outlook Actions:
..Issuer: Big River Steel LLC
....Outlook, Remains Stable

..Issuer: Big River Steel LLC
.... Probability of Default Rating, Affirmed B3-PD
.... Corporate Family Rating, Affirmed B3
....Gtd. Senior Secured Term Loan B2, Affirmed B3 (LGD4)
....Gtd. Senior Secured Global Notes, Affirmed B3 (LGD4)

Source : Strategic Research Institute
GMS Market Commentary on Shipbreaking in PAKISTAN in Week 19 - OUT OF TOUCH!

Pakistani levels remain out of reach from their Indian and Bangladeshi counterparts this week, despite levels softening in both of the competing markets. Although the pricing gap from Gadani has ensured virtually no meaningful tonnage has arrived local yards, Pakistani Recyclers, who have been starved of tonnage for several months now, have had to focus their attention on a supply of small LDT tugs and general cargo units.

Overall, it remains to be seen whether Pakistan can still get back into the buying over the traditionally quieter monsoon season (given that its neighboring competition is slowing down), but all signs (including local fundamentals) suggest that this market may stay on the sidelines for some time to come.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
GMS Market Commentary on Shipbreaking in Turkey in Week 19 - KEEPING UP WITH THE CERRASSHING!!

After weeks of lingering in a weakened state with local steel plate prices bouncing around the TRY 315 mark and the Turkish Lira dwindling towards the TRY 6.0 mark against the U.S. Dollar, this week, both fundamentals depreciated in unison and kept up with the crashing subcontinent markets. Whilst Turkish steel plate prices dropped USD 10/MT (to USD 305/MT), the Turkish Lira declined to nearly TRY 6.25 midweek, settling back down towards the TRY 6.05 mark (at the time of writing).

Clearly, this did little to keep the already nervous sentiment from staying where it was as local offerings on units declined by USD 10/Ton. Although one would’ve expected prices to drop further than that, the pinching shortage of tonnage is doing its share to helping Aliaga on the pricing front.

As such, should prices hold and the subcontinent prices continue to fall, things may not be as bad for Aliaga in the weeks ahead. Unfortunately for now, the market will remain precariously poised for the time being.
Both fundamentals decline.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
ArcelorMittal update on ACIS operations in Q1 of 2019

ACIS segment crude steel production in 1Q 2019 increased by 11.7% to 3.3 million tonne as compared to 3.0 million tonne in 4Q 2018 primarily due to the restart of production in Temirtau (Kazakhstan) following an explosion at a gas pipeline in 4Q 2018.

Steel shipments in 1Q 2019 were stable at 2.7 million tonne as compared to 4Q 2018.

Sales in 1Q 2019 decreased by 6.7% to USD 1.6 billion as compared to USD 1.8 billion in 4Q 2018 primarily due to lower average steel selling prices (-3.6%).

Source : Strategic Research Institute
Brazil Vale to invest BRL 11 billion in dry iron ore processing over the next 5 years

Vale has invested nearly BRL 66 billion installing and expanding the use of dry processing, using natural moisture, in iron ore production in its operations in Brazil over the last 10 years. By not using water in the process, no tailings are generated and, therefore, there is no need for dams. Over the next five years, it is estimated that an additional BRL 11 billion in similar processing facilities will be spent. Today, about 60% of Vale's production is dry and the goal is to reach 70%. The natural moisture processing is used in the mines of Carajás, Serra Leste and the S11D Eliezer Batista Complex, in Pará, Brazil and in several plants in Minas Gerais. In Pará, in the Northern System, about 80%, of the almost 200 million tons produced in 2018, was through dry processing. The main Carajás plant, Plant 1, is in the process of conversion to natural moisture: of the 17 plant processing lines, 11 are already dry and the remaining six wet lines will be converted by 2022.

Serra Leste's treatment plants in Curionópolis and S11D in Canaã dos Carajás also do not use water in ore treatment. In S11D, for example, the use dry processing using natural humidity, reduces water consumption by 93% when compared to a conventional iron ore production project. The water saving is equivalent of supplying of a city of 400,000 for a year.

In Minas Gerais, dry processing increased from 20% in 2016 to 32% in 2018. Today, this type of processing is present in several units, such as Brucutu, Alegria, Fábrica Nova, Fazendão, Abóboras, Mutuca, Pica and Fábrica. Over the following years, the objective is to roll it out at other locations in Minas Gerais, such as the Apolo and Capanema projects, which are currently under environmental licensing.

Dry processing is linked to the quality of the iron ore extracted from mining. In Carajás, as the iron content is already high (above 64%), the ore is only crushed and sieved, so it can be classified by size (granulometry). In Minas Gerais, the average content is 40% iron, contained in rocks known as itabirites. To increase the content, the ore is concentrated by means of wet processing (with water). The tailings, composed basically of silica, are deposited with water in the dams. The high-grade ore resulting from the process can then be transformed into pellets at the pelletizing plants, increasing the added value of the product.

The mills that operate dry processing in Minas Gerais depend on the availability of ore with higher levels - about 60% - still found in some mines in the state. In order to achieve the necessary quality, and be incorporated into Vale's product portfolio, it is necessary to blend with Carajás ores, carried out at Vale's distribution centers in China and Malaysia. The process allows Vale to offer excellent quality ore which can be tailored to meet the needs of our clients.

Dry stacking

The blending of the product with natural moisture does not eliminate the need for humid concentration of the low-grade itabirite used in the production of pellets. However, to reduce the use of dams, Vale plans to invest approximately BRL 1.5 billion to implement dry stacking technology in Minas Gerais between 2020 and 2023. The technique filters and reuses waste water and allows the latter to be stored in piles, thus reducing the use of dams. The goal is to achieve up to 70% of the waste disposed in the coming years, but success depends on the improvement of technology and external issues, such as environmental licenses.

Today, Vale doesn't have a dry stacking operation that can deal with the production quantity especially in a region with high rainfall indices, such as the Ferriferous four-side [1] in Minas Gerais. The available dry stacking technology is used on a small scale around the world - up to 10 thousand tons of tailings produced per day - in desert regions or with low rainfall. In Minas Gerais, Vale's tailings production quantity is, on average, 50 thousand tons / day per unit. In 2011, the company developed a pilot project on the Cianita stack in Vargem Grande, after an investment of R$ 100 million. The studies were completed in 2018 and the technicians evaluated the geotechnical behavior of piles under rainy conditions. The next tests will be applied on an industrial scale at the Pico mine in the municipality of Itabirito.

Source : Strategic Research Institute
'Finnen azen op lifttak ThyssenKrupp'

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HELSINKI (AFN) - Het Duitse ThyssenKrupp heeft een gegadigde voor een overname van zijn liftdivisie. De Finse liftenmaker Kone is geïnteresseerd in de aankoop van het onderdeel, meldt persbureau Reuters op basis van ingewijden.

ThyssenKrupp ziet zelf meer heil in het apart naar de beurs brengen van zijn tak die liften maakt, een van de best presterende onderdelen van het concern. Een overname door een branchegenoot zou op dezelfde mededingingsbezwaren kunnen stuiten die de beoogde fusie van zijn Europese staalactiviteiten met die van Tata Steel de das omdeden.

De opbrengsten van een beursgang zijn hard nodig, omdat gelijktijdig met het mislukken van de Tata-deal een streep werd gezet door de opsplitsing van ThyssenKrupp, die voor meer efficiëntie moest zorgen. ThyssenKrupp verwacht dit jaar verlies te lijden en kondigde aan 6000 banen te schrappen.
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