Our Latest Thinking on Metals and Mining

The Internet of Things and other new technologies are reshaping large mining projects, but creating value for investors remains a challenge across the industry. To build value and increase investor confidence, companies must also transform their culture and processes. Explore BCG’s latest thought leadership on metals and mining for insights into a more stable future in raw materials.

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Mining

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Mining After COVID: The South African Case

With the COVID-19 crisis, the global mining industry faces significant challenges and opportunities. What interventions can return the South African mining industry to its previous competitiveness and growth?

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The New Technology Frontier in Mining

Radical technologies are upending the mining value chain. What actions can companies take today to secure a place in a fast-moving industry with an unclear future?

Why Coal Will Keep Burning

Think coal is history? Think again. Coal demand is likely to hold steady in the years ahead. The implications—for companies, for investors, and for climate change—are huge.

Steel & Metals

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The Green Factory of the Future

Manufacturers can implement win-win actions in their production and logistics operations that benefit the environment and create financial value.

Sustainability

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