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Brazil Iron Ore Mining to 2025 - Impact of COVID-19

  • ID: 5367689
  • Report
  • July 2021
  • Region: Brazil
  • 39 pages
  • GlobalData

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Anglo American Plc
  • Vale SA
  • MORE
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“Brazil Iron Ore Mining to 2025 - Impact of COVID-19" provides a comprehensive coverage on Brazil’s iron ore mining industry with historical and forecast data on the country’s iron ore production and exports. The report list down the top iron ore mines by total reserves. The trade section briefs about Brazil’s major iron ore export destinations. An extensive demand drivers section provides information on demand from the Chinese steel and construction industries. The exports section provides information about top exports destinations, exports by country. It further includes profiles of Brazil’s largest iron ore producers, information on the major active, planned and exploration projects. The report also includes the regulatory framework of the country such as major regulatory bodies, laws, mining rights and taxes.

Brazil is home to the world’s second largest iron ore reserves, after Australia. According to the US Geological Survey (USGS), Brazil had 34 billion tonnes (Bnt) of crude ore reserves as of February 2021, mainly located in the states of Minas Gerais and Para. In 2020, country’s iron ore production fell by 1.2% over 2019 - mainly due to lower output from the country’s largest producer Vale SA. The company’s production fell due to couple of reasons including tailings dam restrictions, a delay in the resumption of the Serra Norte mine, heavy rainfall and the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak. In 2021, Vale is expected to have a resumption of 40Mt of capacity, taking its overall production capacity to 350Mt, compared with 322Mt in 2020. The major portion of the country’s iron ore production is meant for exports. China is the country’s largest export destination, which grew by 19.4% in 2020 over the previous year - mainly driven by strong demand from the country’s steel industry, resulting from a revival in construction activities.

Scope
  • The report contains an overview of Brazil’s iron ore mining industry, historical and forecast data on the production and exports.
  • The demand driving section includes how China’s steel and construction industry will affect the demand for Brazilian iron ore.
  • The report also provides detailed information on reserves, production, production by company, major active, exploration and development projects in the country. It also includes the fiscal regime that governs Brazil’s mining industry
Reasons to Buy
  • Comprehensive evaluation of the impact of the COVID-19 on Brazil’s iron ore mining
  • To understand historical and forecast trend on Brazil’s iron ore production and exports
  • To track latest company developments
  • To understand the country’s exports to various countries including China, which is the largest destination
  • To gain an understanding on iron ore prices
  • To understand about major active, development and exploration iron ore projects in the country
  • To understand about the demand from Chinese steel and construction industry
  • To identify about the country’s regulatory framework that governs the mining industry
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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Anglo American Plc
  • Vale SA
  • MORE
1 Executive Summary

2 Reserves, Production and Prices
2.1 Iron Ore Reserves
2.2 Iron Ore Production
2.3 Production by Company
2.4 Iron Ore Prices

3 Iron Ore Assets
3.1 Active Mines
3.2 Exploration Projects
3.3 Development Projects

4 Key Demand Drivers
4.1 Demand from the Chinese Steel Industry
4.2 Demand from Chinese Construction Industry

5 Iron Ore Exports

6 Major Iron Ore Producers
6.1 Mines and Projects by Company
6.2 Company Profiles
  • Vale SA
  • Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN)
  • Anglo American plc
7 Fiscal Regime
7.1 Governing Bodies
  • Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME)
  • National Mining Agency (ANM)
  • Geological Survey of Brazil (CPRM)
  • Ministry of Science, Technology, Innovations and Communications (MCTIC)
  • National Nuclear Energy Commission (CNEN)
  • Industrias Nucleares do Brasil SA (INB)
7.2 Mining Laws and Codes
  • Law No. 4,118
  • Mining Codes
7.3 Mining Licensing, Rights, and Obligations
  • Exploration License
  • Extraction License
  • Rights
  • Obligations
7.4 Taxes and Payments
  • Corporate Income Tax (CIT)
  • Individual Tax
  • Capital Gain Tax
  • Withholding Tax
  • Value Added Tax (VAT)
  • Royalties
8 Appendix
8.1 Abbreviations
8.2 Methodology
8.3 Coverage
8.4 Secondary Research
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List of Tables
Table 1: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Top Active Mines in Brazil by Total Reserves (Million Tonnes)
Table 2: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Vale SA Iron Ore Production by System, 2019-2020
Table 3: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Vale SA Capacity Resumption Plan For 2021
Table 4: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Historical and Forecast Brazil Iron Ore Production (Million Tonnes), 2005-2025
Table 5: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Iron Ore Production by Company (Million Tonnes), 2019-2021
Table 6: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Iron Ore Prices Quarterly (US$/Tonne), Q1 2015-Q1 2021
Table 7: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Active Mines, 2021
Table 8: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Exploration Projects, 2021
Table 9: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Development Projects, 2021
Table 10: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Historical and Forecast Iron Ore Exports (Million Tonnes), 2005-2025
Table 11: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Number of Operating, Development and Exploration Projects by Company and Stage, 2021
Table 12: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Vale SA, Major Projects, 2021
Table 13: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN), Major Projects, 2021
Table 14: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Anglo American plc., Major Projects, 2021
Table 15: Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Corporate Income Tax (CIT), 2021
Table 16: Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Individual Tax (%), 2021
Table 17: Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Capital Gain Tax (%), 2021
Table 18: Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Withholding Tax (%), 2021
Table 19: Brazil’s Mining Fiscal Regime - Value Added Tax (VAT) (%), 2021

List of Figures
Figure 1: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Share of Iron Ore Reserves by Country (%), as of February 2021
Figure 2: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Brazil Iron Ore Reserves and Fe-content (Billion Tonnes), 2017-2021
Figure 3: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Historical and Forecast Brazil Iron Ore Production (Million Tonnes), 2005-2025
Figure 4: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Iron Ore Production by Company (Million Tonnes), 2019-2020
Figure 5: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Iron Ore Prices, Quarterly (US$/Tonnes), Q1 2015-Q1 2021
Figure 6: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - China Steel Production (Million Tonnes), 2010-2025
Figure 7: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - China Construction Output Value (US$ Billion), 2010-2025
Figure 8: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Iron Ore Exports by Country (%), 2020
Figure 9: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Historical and Forecast Iron Ore Exports (Million Tonnes) 2005-2025
Figure 10: Brazil Iron Ore Mining - Number of Operating, Development and Exploration Projects by Company and Stage, 2021
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  • Vale SA
  • Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (CSN)
  • Anglo American Plc
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