Global Iron Ore & Steel Forecast Conference  #GIO2016

8-9 March 2016 | Hyatt Regency Perth


The 19th Annual Global Iron Ore & Steel Forecast Conference & Exhibition will be held in Perth on the 8-9 March 2016. This event is renowned as the world’s largest gathering of senior iron ore and steel executives with thousands of industry personnel attending it over the years. It is recognised as the conference that delivers vital information on the status of the global iron ore and steel sectors. See which companies have attended in the past here.

The conference program is currently in development. To be kept in the loop with updates please click here.


Confirmed Speakers include:

Senior Representative, BHP Billiton
Senior Representative, Rio Tinto
Lourenco Goncalves - Informa ConferencesLourenco Goncalves, Chairman, President, & CEO, Cliffs Natural Resources Inc (USA)
Barry Fitzgerald - Informa ConferencesBarry Fitzgerald, CEO, Roy Hill Holdings
Li Xinchuang - Informa ConferencesLi Xinchuang, President, China Metallurgical Industry Planning and Research Institute, & Deputy Secretary General, China Iron and Steel Association
Clarke Wilkins - Informa ConferencesClarke Wilkins, Director, Metals & Mining Research, Citi Research
Francis Browne - Informa ConferencesFrancis Browne, Editorial Director - Price Group, Platts
Tan Say Liang - Informa ConferencesTan Say Liang, Director Commodities, Singapore Exchange
Fergus Campbell - Informa ConferencesFergus Campbell, Director, Australian Aboriginal Mining Corporation Pty Ltd
Clyde Russell - Informa ConferencesClyde Russell, Asia Commodities Columnist, Thomson Reuters
Romano Sala Tenna - Informa ConferencesRomano Sala Tenna, Portfolio Manager, Katana Asset Management
Laura Brooks - Informa ConferencesLaura Brooks, Senior Consultant, Steel Raw Materials, CRU Analysis
Bryan Scruby - Informa ConferencesBryan Scruby, Project Management Office Executive, WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff - Asia Pacific

Latest Iron Ore Forecast News

ANZ lowers iron ore, coal price forecasts
Source: Business Spectator
Date: 22/9/2015
ANZ has downgraded its iron ore and coking coal price forecasts for the next two years because of lower growth predictions for China. The bank said it had reduced its iron ore and coking prices by 5 to 13% for 2016 and 2017.

See who sponsored and exhibited in 2015. First release of 2016 Sponsors to be released shortly.