Welcome to SFA (Oxford)'s podcast series
Here you can listen to our latest market views on the evolving metal usage and energy transition spanning Platinum Group Metals, Battery Raw Materials and the Hydrogen Market.
Please note our Disclaimer at the bottom of the page with respect to reliability and accuracy at time of recordings.
SA can play a key role in the green hydrogen economy
- Henk de Hoop – Chief Executive Officer
- Martin Creamer – Creamer Media Publishing Editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly
03 May 2022
Blue skies of opportunity in PGM mining and refining
- Stephen Forrest – Chairman
17 December 2020
- 00:46 – What are the latest trends in the PGM mining and refining space?
- 03:00 – Will the trends that have arisen in the middle of the pandemic be here for the long term?
- 05:05 – Looking at rhodium, and the PGM metals individually, how will they be affected by the short- and long-term trends?
- 08:25 – As we begin to experience long-term rhodium depletion, will high rhodium prices be sufficient to motivate new projects?
- 11:54 – How will adding new supply by capitalising on a higher rhodium price affect the other metals, will we end up flooding the market with platinum?
- 13:39 – How do you see palladium supply fit into this situation and new palladium projects on the horizon?
- 14:46 – How have recycling volumes changed in 2020? Are volumes down due to the lockdowns, or has recycling increased due to the higher prices?
- 17:47 – Is there a chance that substitution, platinum for palladium in three-way autocatalysts, will plug the supply gap? How will this affect rhodium?
- 20:48 – As BEVs and hybrid vehicles report strong sales in 2020, with a growing market share, how do you see PGM demand for fuel cell cars taking off?
- 22:37 – What is the sum of all these various trends on PGM refining?
- 26:45 – What are your key takeaways for the long-term trends of mining and processing PGMs?
How do energy transitions impact long-term metal demand?
- Stephen Forrest – Chairman
9 November 2020
- 01:12 – With Covid ongoing for at least 6 months now, how is this impacting industry in the short term? Have SFA team estimations been revised?
- 03:48 – As we move out of the initial Covid-19 shock in 2021, how do you expect metal prices to be impacted? Are there significant downside risks?
- 08:00 – Looking to the longer term, how do you expect market demand and supply factors to change out to 2040? What will be key in the next decades?
- 12:40 – How will hydrogen fuel cell technology influence the PGM industry, especially in light of other competing factors such as battery electric vehicles?
- 16:11 – What will this mean for PGM prices in the medium to long term?
- 18:10 – How do you anticipate Joe Biden's recent election win may impact US powertrains and metal demand?
SFA (Oxford)'s reasons for a new perspective on PGM demand?
- Stephen Forrest – Chairman
- Beresford Clarke – Managing Director: Technical & Research
- Dr Jenny Watts – Principal Analyst: Head of Hydrogen and PGM Technologies
2 June 2020
- 00:37 – Why should PGM players consider a new perspective on PGMs? How has Covid-19 impacted metals prices and what are the impacts of this?
- 09:07 – How can SFA help clients to preserve and extract value in the face of headwinds pertaining to difficult mine economics and depletion rates over the next few years?
- 09:53 – How does SFA anticipate recycling will impact PGM players?
- 12:06 – What are SFA's thoughts on inter-metal substitution trends and how will Covid-19 impact the mix of metals in spent autocatalysts?
- 13:57 – What experience does SFA have advising clients in the recycling sector?
- 15:49 – How will clients benefit from buying this report in regards to automotive trends and emissions legislation?
- 20:59 – SFA has included a study on hydrogen fuel cells and electrolysers for the first time. How will this aid fund managers and other institutional investors?
- 23:07 – How will clients benefit from the new chapter 'ESG reporting within the PGM industry'?
- 27:28 – What is SFA's link with the University of Oxford?
- 29:00 – Why will this report specifically benefit SFA clients and what is its shelf life?
Disclaimer, copyright and intellectual property
SFA (Oxford) Limited has made all reasonable efforts to ensure that the sources of the information provided in this podcast are reliable and the data reproduced are accurate at the time of recording. The analysis and opinions set out in the podcast constitute a judgement as of the date of the recording and are subject to change without notice. Therefore, SFA cannot warrant the accuracy and completeness of the data and analysis contained in this podcast. SFA cannot be held responsible for any inadvertent and occasional error or lack of accuracy or correctness. SFA accepts no liability for any direct, special, indirect or consequential losses or damages, or any other losses or damages of whatsoever kind, resulting from whatever cause through the use of or reliance on any information contained in the podcast. The material contained herewith has no regard to the specific investment objectives, financial situation or particular need of any specific recipient or organisation. It is not to be construed as a solicitation or an offer to buy or sell any commodities, securities or related financial instruments. The recipient acknowledges that SFA is not authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority to give investment advice. The recording is not to be construed as advice to the recipient or any other person as to the merits of entering into any particular investment. In taking any decision as to whether or not to make investments, the recipient and/or any other person must have regard to all sources of information available to him.
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