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China IronOre 201123-24 March 2011Sofitel Wanda, Beijing, China
In conjunction with China Minmetals Corporation2011
For more information and to register please visitwww.metalbulletin.com/events/cio
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Confi rmed Speakers:
• Sam Walsh, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto Iron Ore, Australia• Senior offi cial, Ministry of Industry and Information
Technology of the People’s Republic of China, China• Michael Zhu, Global Director of Sales, Vale, Singapore• Tad Watroba, Director, Hancock Prospecting, Australia• Senior Executive, China Minmetals Group, China• P K Mukherjee, CEO, SesaGoa, India• Ravi Kastia, Group Executive President & Business Head for Mining &
Trading, Aditya Birla Group, India• Alexander Malanichev, Head of Strategic Marketing Department,
Severstal, Russia• Jian TAO, Executive Director, COSCO Research, China• John Kearsey, Executive Director and Head of Research, Simpson
Spence & Young, UK• Xu Xu, Chairman, China Chamber of Commerce of Metals Minerals &
Chemicals Importers & Exporters, China• Zhile Wang, Vice President, Committee of Foreign Investments,
The Investment Association of China (IAC), China• Rongqing Wu, Chief Engineer, Industry Development Department, China
Mining Association, China• Hitoshi Ito, Chief Representative, The Japan Iron and Steel Federation
Beijing Offi ce, Japan• Wenzhang Wu, CEO, SteelHome, China• Cameron Hunt, Director, Metal Bulletin Iron Ore Index, UK
in conjunction with
Simultaneous translation between Mandarin
Chinese and English
POLSKA UNIA DYSTRYBUTORÓW STALI
Iron ore markets have been thrust to the forefront of world news during 2010. Fundamental changes to the pricing practices for physical iron ore supply contracts and the abandonment of annual fi xed price contracts in favour of quarterly contracts priced off the iron ore spot market now exposes both sellers and buyers to greater price fl uctuations and volatility.
China Iron Ore 2011 will address the major challenges and opportunities facing professionals working with, orwithin, the world’s largest iron ore importer, with key issues to be addressed including:
• Challenges facing Chinese steel mills with this new pricing system
• Impact of these price changes on global iron ore supply and demand
• Changes likely to trigger signifi cant growth in the relatively underdeveloped iron ore swaps market?
• Latest policy and regulatory developments within China’s iron and steel industry
• Growing trend of globalisation and China’s “going abroad” strategies
Organised by Metal Bulletin Events in association with China MinMetals Group, China Iron Ore 2011 is the largest annual gathering of global mining, iron and steel industry executives. And with the two key topics on the minds of the metals industry for 2011 being ‘China’ and ‘Iron Ore’, make sure you attend this event for all the information you need to succeed.
Where do delegates come from?China Iron Ore attracts a truly international audience of over 300 participants. The pie chart shows you a breakdown of where previous delegates have come from.
Who attends?China Iron Ore attracts the most senior decision-makers from the iron ore and steel industry to network and generate new business.
America 4% Asia and Australia(except China) 22%
Europe 18%Africa and Middle East 1%
America 4% Asia and Australia
12:00 Indian iron ore scenario • Indian iron ore industry characteristic and recent
development trend • Navigating the regulatory issues: Will that affect the
exporting from India? • Demand scenario: Import from China • How the new pricing system affect the supply/
demand dynamic • SesaGoa’s recent development plans and
strategiesP K Mukherjee, CEO, SesaGoa, India
NEW IRON ORE PRICING MECHANISMS
14:00 Seller’s perspective: Assessing the new age of iron ore pricing mechanisms
• New quarterly price system vs. old benchmark system
• How the new pricing system will affect the demand and import from China
• China strategy – increasing expansion and extend cooperation for cost reduction
14:30 Keynote panel China’s demand: Global outlook on the impact
of the new iron ore pricing model • Overview of China’s role in iron ore and steel
markets in the global context • How will the resolution of the iron ore pricing
system develop? • How to best set the price to refl ect the real supply
and demand status of iron ore resources? • Physical trade market and fi nancial swap market
– how does China trade iron ore and how will it change after the launch of the new pricing system?
• What are the volumes being traded on the iron ore swap market and who is trading them? Speaker panel includes:Tad Watroba, Director, Hancock Prospecting, AustraliaSenior Executive, China Minmetals Group, ChinaP K Mukherjee, CEO, SesaGoa, IndiaRavi Kastia, Group Executive President & Business Head for Mining & Trading, Aditya Birla Group, India
15:30 Refreshment break
16:00 Dialogue: Iron & steel market intelligence and iron ore index
China’s iron & steel market digest • Statistic analysis • 2011 steel market outlook: China and globe • Import/export report • Challenge from sourcing raw materials
Wenzhang WU, CEO, SteelHome, China
Day OneWednesday 23 March
08:50 Chairperson’s opening remarks
POLICIES UPDATE AND MARKET OUTLOOK
09:00 Navigating the Twelfth Five-year Plan for China’s iron and steel industry
• Key achievements of China’s iron and steel industry • Pressing challenges for further development of
China’s iron and steel industry • Understanding the guidelines set by new steel
industry development policies Senior of fi cial, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People’s Republic of China, China
09:45 Worldwide supply status for iron ore and the iron & steel market outlook
• World iron & steel industry development and its effect onto the iron ore supply/demand dynamics
• The status of global iron ore supply • Status quo and prospects of iron ore supply from Brazil, Australia and India • The exploration of China’s domestic iron ore reserve • Emerging global iron ore suppliers: West Africa and
Iran? • A look into the future - supply and demand status
analysis for 2011 and beyond Xu Xu, Chairman, China Chamber of Commerce of Metals Minerals & Chemicals Importers & Exporters, China
10:15 Refreshment break
MINERS AND STEEL MILLS PERSPECTIVE
10:45 Vale: Continuing industrial leadership in the challenging world of mining
• Vale’s investment in iron Ore projects • Vale’s shipping & distribution center strategy • Vale’s new listing in Hong Kong • The new iron ore price system • The new worldwide growth paradigm
Michael Zhu, Global Director of Sales, Vale, Singapore
11:30 Meeting growing demand by securing stable iron ore supply
• Statistical analysis of Chinese domestic iron ore reserves – current situation and existing problems
• The development plan for exploring domestic iron ore reserve
• Domestic iron ore supply and global import • Assessing the investment and cooperative
opportunities in overseas markets Rongqing WU, Chief Engineer, Industry Development Department, China Mining Association, China
Iron ore index: what you need to learn in today’s index pricing environment
• Iron ore pricing index and its developments • Profi ling the index providers – which ones are
used for iron ore pricing? How to price? Who will emerge as the benchmark
• Ensuring market transparency, liquidity and accuracy
• Iron ore index and related iron ore derivative productsCameron Hunt, Director, Metal Bulletin Iron Ore Index, UK
Interactive Q&A: Getting your problems solved here!
17:00 Networking drinks and close of day one
Thursday 24 March
08:50 Chairperson’s opening remarks
INVESTING IN THE MINING INDUSTRY
09:00 Foreign investment in China: Assessing the latest policy landscape and regulatory developments
• Examining the latest policies towards foreign investment in China’s mining industry on
• Mining exploration • Export & import • Production • Products sales • Understanding related preferential taxation policies
encoring foreign investment in China’s mining industry
• Other investment policies and regulatory updates Zhile W ang, Vice President, Committee
of Foreign Investments, The Investment Association of China (IAC), China
09:45 Rio Tinto Keynote speech Sam Walsh, Chief Executive, Rio Tinto Iron Ore,
10:30 Refreshment break
11:00 Steel mills’ roundtable: Tackling challenges in today’s volatile
business environment • Global economic outlook and steel industry
development • Understanding the key challenges facing
worldwide steel mills • Iron ore reserve – the headache to steel mills? • How the volatility of iron ore price affects global
steel output • Securing stable iron ore suppliers through industry
consolidation and globalisation strategies
• Assessing strategic tactics to reduce raw materials cost
• Financial derivative tools – an effective and necessary tool for hedging the price risk and locking the iron ore price?
Alexander Malanichev, Head of Strategic Marketing Department, Severstal, RussiaHitoshi Ito, Chief Representative, The Japan Iron and Steel Federation Beijing Offi ce, Japan
(Further steel mills to be confi rmed)
IRON ORE TRADE AND OCEAN FREIGHT FORECAST
12:00 Shipping owner’s viewpoints: China’s iron ore international trade and freight outlook
• Current status of iron ore import and international trade in China
• Global freight market development • How the growing demand of iron ore from China
affects global iron ore trade? • Cooperation and collaboration between iron &
steel and shippingJian TAO, Executive Director, COSCO Research, China
Forecasts on iron ore shipping market in 2011 and suggestions for risk management
• Shipping industry – capesize market supply/demand, capesize age profi le & order book status
• Shipping and freight rates – managing the price in today’s volatile market
• Forecasts for global shipping market in 2011John Kearsey, Executive Director and Head of Research, Simpson Spence & Young, UK
14:30 JUNIOR MINER SHOWCASE Presentations to be announced. If you would like
to be considered to participate in this showcase please contact Charles Shelley-Smith on: +44 (0) 20 7779 8106 or email: [email protected]
16:30 Refreshment break and close of the conference
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Sponsorship & exhibition opportunities
Showcase your company, increase your brand awareness and enhance your networking opportunities by becoming a sponsor of the China Iron Ore 2011 Conference.
Sponsorship opportunities developed by Metal Bulletin Events have become essential tools for organisations in fulfi lling their marketing objectives. There are a range of sponsorship opportunities which will enable your company to raise your brand profi le, before and at the event as well as highlight your company to an audience of senior executives and key decision makers from across the sector.
• Cocktail reception – network and welcome potential clients with your branding prominent• Host a delegate lunch – entertain a large number of existing and potential clients• Coffee break sponsor – get your message across with high visibility branding• Delegate bag sponsor – your company logo on the move for maximum effect• Mining showcase – your opportunity to inform and update the industry leaders on your project plans
and future developments For sponsorship & exhibition opportunities, please contact: Charles Shelley-Smith on: +44 (0) 20 7779 8106 or email: [email protected]
Forthcoming related events:
• Iron Ore Supply Chain, 24-25 February 2011, Bali
• Iron Ore Trading & Risk Management Bootcamp, 9-11 May 2011, London
• International Iron Ore Symposium, 14-15 June 2011, Geneva
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China Iron Ore 201123-24 March 2011Sofitel Wanda, Beijing
Sofitel Wanda Beijing
93 Jianguo Road, Tower C Wanda Plaza, Chaoyang District, 100022 Beijing, CHINA
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