Market Outlook for Anode Grade Petroleum Coke and the Impact of Emission Control on the Cost Structure along the Value-chain

Presented By

Justin Hughes - CRU | London

Conference: RefComm 2021

Market Outlook for Anode Grade Petroleum Coke and the Impact of Emission Control on the Cost Structure along the Value-chainCRU will provide a deep dive into the supply and demand dynamics within the anode grade coke market, highlighting the dominance of Chinese green coke importers in the 3rd party low sulphur GPC merchant marketplace. CRU will examine the future demand profile and how the move toward “cleaner” energy will influence the aluminium and anode grade coke industry over the medium term.

Justin joined CRU in 2017 and has overall responsibility for the Aluminium Raw Materials team, covering bauxite, alumina, coal tar, pitch, petroleum coke and anodes. Prior to CRU, Justin worked for more than ten years in commodity markets, with trading, research & sales roles at leading investment banks, Macquarie, BNP Paribas and CIBC, in both London and New York. Justin has a wide range of experience in non-ferrous, ferrous and precious metals, alongside oil, gas and freight. Justin holds a BSc in Economics and Finance and an MSc in Economics and Econometrics from Bristol University.

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