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Mining On Top: Stockholm 2013

Mining On Top: Stockholm 2013
26-27 Nov 2013

Getting the most out of your mine – Thomas Hörnfeldt , Rautaruukki Corporation; SVP

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    • Getting the most out of your mine Special steels – the smart choice 26 November 2013 Stockholm Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Ruukki world-wide €2 800m net sales (2012) 9000 employees Sales Production Processing Stock Certified partner 2 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Business areas in Ruukki Ruukki Metals Ruukki Building Products Ruukki Building Systems Net sales €1 859m* Net sales €452m* Net sales €288m* Special steel products Residential roofing Nordics Standard steel products Building components Russia Tubes and profiles Infrastructure construction/components CEE Stainless and aluminium * 2012, comparable net sales 3 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt Functional building systems
    • Need for energy efficiency More regulation e.g. 20/20/20 in EU Increase in energy price Scarcity in fossil fuel resources CO2 emissions follow this trend Demand for energy x2 Rising standard of living and transport demand Population growth 7 billion 1950 4 9 billion 2010 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt 2050
    • Tightening regulations forcing change • EU’s 20/20/20 climate and energy goals by 2020 − Emissions trading − Proposed energy efficiency directive − Feed-in tariffs, etc. systems to create more renewable energy production • EU Energy Efficiency Directive − Member countries to reduce energy consumption annually by 1.5% • More energy regulations for transportation − EU Commission white paper (2011) states a 60% reduction target for CO2 by 2050 − Improved vehicle efficiency through new engines, materials and design. Source: EU 2013, IEA 5 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Special steels for mining Material efficiency is our responsibility
    • Material efficiency – the mine is just the beginning Sustainability with minimum environmental effects 1 Sustainability with maximum efficiency Sustainability with minimum processing waste 3 2 Converting the steel into products Making steel from the ore Getting the iron ore out of the ground 7 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt Sustainability through special steels Sustainability through energy efficiency 5 4 Minimizing steel use Minimizing running costs
    • Material efficiency with special steels Efficient steel production High quality ore from sustainable mines Lighter machines mean less emissions and lower fuel costs High strength steels in machines, vehicles, infrastructure Less steel use means less energy in production and transportation 8 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Material efficiency saves energy STANDARD STEEL SPECIAL STEEL Material efficiency • • 9 Standard steel chassis Tipper body made of standard steel and wood 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt • • • • Higher payload Longer lifetime Lower fuel consumption Lower CO2 footprint
    • Saving steel – and energy • In open pit mines dump trucks make up 32% of the energy consumption • High-strength and wear resistant steel solutions save fuel • Longer lifetime and reduced costs 10 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Smart design with special steels • • • • 11 Weight -40% Vehicle weight -10% Payload +5% Energy need -10% 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Special steels for the mining industry Sweden: Finland: Kiruna Wagon Maakasi Optim Raex Finland: Pajakulma Finland: Eurosteel Russia: Raex Optim and Raex Automarket mining Raex 12 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • “Consumption of coking coal in our steel production process is close to the minimum possible.”
    • We are among the best in the world in iron making CO2 efficiency Blast furnace carbon dioxide efficiency* 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 India** China** Russia** NAFTA EU average Ruukki 0 Source: Stahl-Zentrum. *The indexed carbon efficiency in iron-making based on coal consumed 2009. ** 2007 data. 15 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt
    • Material efficiency with special steels Most of the lifecycle energy consumption and emissions usually arise during the use of a steel product. We aim to reduce the environmental loading of each steel product at each stage of production. We are part of better use and production of energy. In 2012 use of scrap steel reduced carbon dioxide emissions by 420,000 tonnes equivalent to around 11% of Ruukki’s total carbon emissions. 16 26 November 2013 www.ruukki.com | Thomas Hörnfeldt