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13 October 2004
The briefing includes presentations by:
Mike Salamon, Group President Non-Ferrous MaterialsIan Wood, Vice President Sustainable Development & Community RelationsBarry Formosa, Vice President Safety
Mike Henry opening remarks at the IEA Critical Minerals and Clean Energy Summit.
At the simplest level, the B2G transition involves moving from an energy system that is fossil fuel and carbon-emission intensive to one that is not, and whose critical inputs include more sustainably produced metals and materials.
No nosso briefing sobre potássio em Junho de 2021, apresentámos um quadro de longo prazo que não só resume perfeitamente a história da indústria do potássio pós-Segunda Guerra Mundial, mas também oferece um guia sensato sobre o que pode vir pela frente.