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Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation at the 3rd Coaltrans Yasushi A..

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3rd Coaltrans Mozambique


 Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation at the 3rd Coaltrans 

Yasushi Aoki, General Manager, Raw Materials
Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal
and Director of Minas de Revuboè









The 3rd Coaltrans Mozambique conference was held in Maputo on 20 - 21 November 2012.  Representatives of Minas de Revuboè participated in the conference which was attended by over 300 delegates, the majority from outside Africa. 

Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation's General Manager of Raw Materials Development and Director of Minas de Revuboè, Mr Yasushi Aoki presented a paper on the role of Mozambique in sustaining the growth of Japan's steel industry.  

In his presentation, Mr Aoki explained the current situation facing the Japanese steel industry and outlined Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation's (NSSMC) strategic responses to the situation and the expected position of Mozambique's coking coal. 

As the world's largest consumer of seaborne coal with the capacity to produce up to 45MTA of steel, NSSMC's approach to the development of raw materials is two pronged - through the continuous development and implementation of new technologies and a strategy of securing the stable supply of high quality raw materials through equity participation in projects such as Mozambique's Minas de Revuboè.

According to Mr Aoki, Mozambican hard coking coal has the potential to replace Queensland premium hard coking coals. NSSMC recently
received its first shipment of coal from Vale Moçambique's Moatize mine

Mr Aoki indicated NSSMC's investment in Minas de Revuboè reflects the company's high expectations for Mozambican coal.  NSSMC holds
a 33.3% interest in Minas de Revuboè and is hopeful that the mining contract will be signed and the mining concession granted soon to
enable the company to move on from exploration stage to production as soon as possible. 






  Presentation by Mr Yasushi Aoki, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation:


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