The World Steel Association (worldsteel)s Steel Statistical Yearbook presents a cross-section of steel industry statistics. It contains comprehensive statistics from 2010 to 2019 on crude steel production by country and process, steel production by product, steel trade by product, apparent steel use and apparent steel use per capita by country, as well as production and trade of pig iron
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Monthly Production DataHow to Subscribe to Receive Our StatisticsPublicationsSteel Data ViewerUpdates and RevisionsShort Range OutlookIntellectual Property RightsCrude steel production statistics for 64 countries are published every month in this section of worldsteel. The number of countries reporting may slightly vary. Crude steel production data is published monthly via a press release and is available in excel via worldsteel's Steel Data Viewer. worldsteel has several sources for the data, including worldsteel member companies, national and regional statistics offices and regional steel industry associations.U.S. steel demand - apparent consumption 2020 StatistaMar 24, 2021 · The apparent steel consumption of the United States amounted to 82 million metric tons in 2020, 18 million metric tons less than the demand for the previous year.
Mar 19, 2021 · Worldwide steel demand In 2019, the apparent consumption of crude steel in China amounted to approximately 940 million metric tons. Asia's largest economy is expected to enter a phase of stagnation
Industry Data - American Iron and Steel InstituteAdjusted year-to-date production through April 3, 2021 was 23,172,000 net tons, at a capability utilization rate of 77.0 percent. That is down 4.2 percent from the 24,185,000 net tons during the same period last year, when the capability utilization rate was 79.0 percent.
Steel Market developments:Q2 2020 - OECDSteel consumption:The October 2019 forecasts of the World Steel Association pointed to global steel consumption growth of 3.9% in 2019, down from 4.6% in 2018. The strongest growth was expected for 7.8% grChina (owth rate), but this included the statistical effects of
Jun 19, 2020 · Projected crude steel consumption worldwide 2020-2021. Projected steel demand worldwide by region 2021. Show all statistics (6) Trade World leading steel
Steel market developments - OECDGlobal steel consumption Demand for steel products around the world has been recovering gradually since 2015 (Figure 3). Global steel demand in 2017 reached 1 587.4 million metric tonnes (mmt), exceeding the previous peak attained in 2014 (1 545.8 mmt). This represents a
The US Steel Industry - Metal BulletinHow has steel consumption migrated since 1985 and where will it transform out to 2020? l What regions of the USA will show the most growth in steel consumption in the longer term? l Which steel-consuming sectors have growth potential? Which sectors are declining? l What is the growth potential for specific steel products in each US state and by
Sep 18, 2017 · The data are compiled by the World Steel Association based on 2016 apparent steel consumption (or ASC). Apparent steel consumption is simply the total steel production in a given economy, minus
Worldsteel predicts 2021 recovery in steel demand Jun 04, 2020 · The World Steel Association (Worldsteel), Brussels, has released its Short Range Outlook (SRO) for steel demand in 2020 and 2021, predicting that steel demand will contract by 6.4 percent, dropping to 1,654 million metric tons, because of the upheaval created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The association says it expects steel demand to recover in 2021 to 1,717 million metric
steel market outlook world prices demand 2021 2022The World Steel Association consider that global steel demand growth in 2021 will amount to 4.1% (from 1725 million tonnes of finished products in 2020, to 1795 million tonnes in 2021). This is equivalent to a 2021 increase in steel consumption of ~70 million tonnes [See
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