Germany's ThyssenKrupp Steel orders direct reduction plant in ...Thu, 02 Mar 2023 00:00:00 GMT
Germanys ThyssenKrupp Steel said March 1 that it has ordered a hydrogen-powered direct reduction plant from Dusseldorf-based engineer SMS to launch one of the worlds largest industrial decarbonization projects, set to eliminate more than 3.5 million mt/year of CO2 emissions. SMS will carry out engineering, delivery and construction of the direct reduction plant at
ArcelorMittal accelerates Fos' decarbonisation through hydrogenMon, 27 Feb 2023 00:00:00 GMT
ArcelorMittal France is accelerating the decarbonisation of its steel processing through hydrogen. Spanish engineering company Idom has been contracted by GravitHy, the joint venture created last year by a consortium of energy and steel-related companies, to produce the pre-feasibility studies to build a green hydrogen-based direct reduced and hot briquetted iron (DRI/HBI) facility at
Australia's Fortescue FFI sees Texas potential among 5 key projectsWed, 15 Feb 2023 02:26:47 GMT
Australia's Fortescue Metals Group sees green hydrogen production in Texas as likely to be one of five key projects its energy division will decide to invest in this year, the company's green energy chief said on Wednesday. The world's fourth largest iron ore maker is expanding into production of hydrogen from renewable resources, known as green hydrogen, under its Fortescue Future Industries (FFI) unit, and aims to become a global powerhouse in renewable
UK researchers look into using hydrogen as furnace fuel in steelmaking ...Mon, 13 Feb 2023 00:00:00 GMT
Researchers at the UKs Steel and Metals Institute at Swansea University and the Materials Processing Institute in Middlesbrough are working with global metals and mining companies to develop a process to use hydrogen as a fuel for steelmaking furnaces to cut emissions. Swansea University said Feb. 9 that the researchers had been using technology
IEEFA questions ArcelorMittal's coal-based blast furnace capacities ...Thu, 09 Feb 2023 00:00:00 GMT
ArcelorMittal appears to be planning a two-speed decarbonisation, with hydrogen-ready, direct reduced iron (DRI) technology to be installed overwhelmingly in developed nations while building more coal-consuming blast furnaces in the developing Global South, IEEFA
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