Developments in Steelmaking Capacity of Non-OECD Economies

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Frequency
Biennial
ISSN : 
1999-1606 (en ligne)
ISSN : 
1563-0927 (imprimé)
DOI : 
10.1787/19991606
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Published every two years, this publication reports on steelmaking capacity of non-OECD countries on a company-by-company basis, and within company, by steel plant.  It opens with a summary of major steel trends by region which also makes steel projections.  It then presents detailed tables showing for each steel plant/project existing capacity and equipment, the starting date of planned steel projects, works ownership and the information sources used. It also briefly describes the progress of steel projects, recent changes at existing works, and, where known, the financing of steel projects.

 

 
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12 août 2014
Pages
560
ISBN
9789264217980 (PDF) ;9789264194380(imprimé)
DOI : 
10.1787/steel_non-oecd-2013-en-fr

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Developments in Steelmaking Capacity of Non-OECD Economies is a two-yearly report on trends in the steelmaking capacity of economies that are not members of the OECD. This report examines existing steelmaking capacity and investments that will lead to changes in steel capacity by 2014. The publication includes an appendix containing detailed steel information on an economy-by-economy basis, showing existing steel facilities, their equipment and capacity, as well as each company’s planned steel investments. Information is also provided on the starting date of planned steel projects, the ownership status of the steel plants, the progress of steel projects, recent changes at existing works, and, where known, the financing of steel projects.

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  • Foreword

    The Secretariat of the OECD Steel Committee prepares a publication on steelmaking capacity developments in non-OECD economies approximately every two years. This publication reviews available material on existing capacity and on likely developments through 2014. To the extent possible, expectations beyond 2014 are also reflected.

  • Developments in Steelmaking Capacity of Non-OECD Economies

    The global steel industry’s capacity to produce steel has increased rapidly over the past decade. Most of the growth in steelmaking capacity has occurred in non-OECD economies, particularly in Asia, where demand for steel used in downstream manufacturing, to support construction activity, and to build the necessary infrastructure has expanded strongly. Due to the long lead times necessary to build and expand steelmaking facilities, trends in steelmaking capacity can lag those in demand. Although world steel demand declined sharply during the global economic and financial crisis of 2008-09, and has recovered only moderately in some economies, the world’s capacity to make steel has continued to increase steadily. In 2011, global steelmaking capacity is estimated to have reached 1 997.1 million metric tonnes (mmt), of which 1 331.7 mmt, or 66.7%, was located in non-OECD economies.

  • Notes about the regional tables

    In order to estimate the steelmaking capacity of non-OECD economies in the year 2014, the expansion projects of those economies were classified as "firm", "possible", or "unlikely" on the basis of whether they would proceed and be completed by 2014.

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS)
  • Latin America
  • Middle East
  • Non-OECD Europe
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