Mining, Metals & Materials
The effect of global tensions on energy prices and commodities has led customers to improve value from their raw materials specifications: energy consumption, by-products, capacity yield… For suppliers, this is an opportunity for value-in-use pricing and the current shortage enables them to develop differentiated pricing for their products.
Increasing equipment costs and technical complexity, means mining companies spend months trying to enhance the cash cost position and capex requirements of new capacity. In this fly-up market, CVA’s project development approach balances capex, cash cost, and leadtime; this protects the balance sheet, ensures profitability in the long run and captures fly-up prices.
The importance of Stakeholder management in Mining Companies
With escalating commodity prices, many local governments have been enforcing new rules governing access to resources (mining code, value sharing rules…). A 360° understanding of stakeholders’ agendas and behaviours is at the foundation of sustainable and fair relationships. CVA has developed expertise helping mining companies to better manage local communities expectations and business requirements.