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Tata Steel Slide Together we make the difference Hans Fischer, CEO and CTO Tata Steel in Europe 19 June 2017 10:20 10:40 Steels in Cars and Trucks

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  • Tata Steel Slide

    Title-slide

    Together we make the difference

    Hans Fischer, CEO and CTO Tata Steel in Europe

    19 June 2017 10:20 10:40

    Steels in Cars and Trucks

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    Society is gearing up to a new economic operating model

    Source image: European Commission, Towards a circular economy (2014)

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    and accelerating its efforts to transition to a low CO2 footprint

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    European Union

    Target: Reduce CO2 by 40% by 2030 vs. 1990 (43% for ETS)

    Ambition: Reduce CO2 by 80-95% in 2050

    European emissions (Mton CO2)

    The Paris Agreement

    Target: Limit global warming to 2oC vs. 1990

    Aspiration: Limit global warming to 1.5oC

    80% reduction

    95% reduction

    Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs, The Netherlands

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    Our mobility

    Low emissions

    Low fuel consumption

    Electric vehicles

    Reuse & recyclability

    Society expects us to act responsibly and deliver health & prosperity

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    Our energy

    Electrification

    Renewables growth

    Low CO2

    Our food (packaging)

    Fresh food

    Aesthetic packaging

    Safe (Bisphenol A free)

    Recyclability

    Our spaces

    Climate neutral

    Rapid construction

    High-rise buildings

    Design for disassembly

    Efficient use of resources

    Interconnectivity

    Low cost of manufacture

    Responsible sourcing

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    Customers become active creators in design & manufacturing of products

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    Customer

    requirements

    Product

    features

    Value chain

    deconstruction

    Manufacturing

    models

    Customer role from passive recipient to active creator in product design

    Customers give feedback to manufacturer directly

    Changing role of intermediaries holding inventory due to closer customer-manufacturer relation

    Speed to market increasing

    Products increasingly customised Smart features (connectivity) enabling

    customer interaction to become standard

    Horizontal integration of production & data

    New manufacturing technologies (e.g. additive manufacturing)

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    Integration of production & data will enable sustainable manufacturing

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    Integrated

    design & engineering

    Virtual product & process design Collaboration across value chain

    Horizontal integration

    across value chain

    Optimisation across entire value chain, i.e. material flow, scheduling and quality

    Vertical integration &

    networked systems

    Integration of IT & automation components of one plant Plant monitoring & maintenance management Quality inspection and feedback

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    Steel will be a material of choice, but Competes on lowest environmental impact across life cycle

    Source: WorldAutoSteel

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    Today, steel is a great choice due to its low CO2 emissions through the cycle

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    1.LCA based on worldsteel LCA methodology and an automotive life cycle emissions model developed by University of California (Santa Barbara)

    2.LCA input parameters: C-class car weight, ICE = 129gr CO2 /km, range 150.000km, no engine resize effect included, EU Al production figures.

    Life cycle carbon emissions for a car body side impact structure 1,2

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    Moving the clock forward an illustration what it could look like beyond 2050

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    Today Beyond 2025 Beyond 2050

    Key assumptions:

    Vehicles shifted from Internal Combustion Engine to Electric (EV) in 20501

    Electricity coming from low-carbon grid electricity supply1

    Prospective scenario for the aluminium industry as outlined in report commissioned by EC2

    HIsarna in combination with carbon capture storage and utilisation3

    1.Vehicle emissions: 2015: ICE = 129gr CO2 /km, 2025: ICE=78gr CO2/km, 2050: EV=8gr CO2/km assuming low carbon grid electricity supply of 50gCO2/kWh based on EU Transport GHG: Routes to 2050

    commissioned by European Commission, 2010

    2.Aluminium improvements based on Energy Efficiency and GHG Emissions: Prospective Scenarios for the Aluminium Industry commissioned by European Commission, 2015

    3.Steel improvements based on Hisarna configuration in combination with carbon capture storage & utilisation

    Prospective scenarios - Life cycle carbon emissions for a car body side impact structure 1,2,3

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    Opportunities from the circular approach

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    Responsible sourcing of raw

    materials

    Recyclability: design for

    disassembly, reuse, etc

    End of Use recycling

    Reduce emissions during life

    of vehicles

    Maximise yields in all steps.

    Low CO2 steelmaking

    Use digital alignment

    opportunities

    Life extension of vehicles

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    Steels in Cars and Trucks 2017

    Great track record: 5th conference

    Great programme with many contributions that could serve demand of society and the circular approach:

    Application of digital: simulations of production processes and properties

    Lightweight cars: new advanced high strength steels, joining techniques

    Electrification: advanced electrical steels

    Product life extension: new surface coatings, corrosion resistance, improved fatigue

    Great opportunity if Steel, Car & Truck associations, OEMs, governments, research institutes and steelmakers all team up.

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    Only, Together we make the difference

  • Tata Steel Slide

    Title-slide

    11:00 Opening of the SCT 2017