Mining and Metals

Taking raw materials from the ground to market is no easy feat, especially in an environment of transformation and disruption. With fresh challenges and new opportunities, our Mining and Metals practice has the expertise to help you navigate and respond to the powerful dynamics reshaping the industry.

Mining

Over the course of the last year, global economic and political trends have fundamentally changed the Mining industry. It finds itself in a new era with emerging markets causing bullish long-term demand projections while supply remains constrained. There is continuing pressure on the industry to maintain financial discipline and therefore the industry is now receiving more attention from its many and varied stakeholders than ever.

School of Mines 2019

Back for the sixth year and taking place at the prestigious Royal Institution, our flagship mining conference presents an excellent opportunity to learn about key industry developments and to connect with mining executives and specialists from around the globe.

Access the presentations given last year and details of the speakers.

Keep an eye out for links to register for this year's event taking place on the 6th June and check out the video to see highlights from 2018.

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Metals

Global shifts in economic power, climate change and raw material demands, and the potential for supply chain disruption continue to challenge the metals industry. The threat of new market entrants, volatile energy costs and government regulation also remain on the agenda of many metals CEO.

We work with UK based organisations involved in ferrous and non-ferrous primary and secondary metals production, including the UK operations of overseas firms.

We advise on areas including industry consolidation, supply chain efficiency, performance improvement, talent management, cost reduction and digital security.

Contact us

Jason Burkitt

Mining and Metals Leader, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 7740 064 717

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