Net zero mining: Sweden’s LKAB maps emissions free future

Published 16:48 on November 23, 2020  /  Last updated at 01:08 on November 24, 2020  /  EMEA, EU ETS  /  No Comments

Swedish state-owned miner LKAB on Monday set out a $46.5 billion plan to shift to emissions-free production of iron ore for steelmaking, aiming to secure its future well beyond the country’s 2045 net zero target.

Swedish state-owned miner LKAB on Monday set out a $46.5 billion plan to shift to emissions-free production of iron ore for steelmaking, aiming to secure its future well beyond the country’s 2045 net zero target.

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