Footage of Azovstal Iron & Steel works in Mariupol today after Russian missile strikes
18 Apr 2022
Drone images of the Azovstal Iron and Steel plant after Russian rocket attacks in mid-April 2022.
Carbon capture: the hopes, challenges and controversies
06 Apr 2022
Once a fringe idea, carbon capture and storage has become a key part of decarbonisation plans the world over. Supporters argue that we need a way to remove CO2 already in the atmosphere to stay below 1.5C of global warming. But does this technology risk providing big polluters a license to carry on as normal? The FT weighs the pros and cons.
Trading in Evraz Steel halted in U.K. after Britain imposes sanctions on Russian oligarch
11 Mar 2022
A billionaire with close ties to the Kremlin has been sanctioned by the British government, resulting in trading in Evraz being suspended on the London Stock Exchange.
Premier Doug Ford makes an announcement at Hamilton’s ArcelorMittal Dofasco
15 Feb 2022
Premier Doug Ford makes an announcement about $500m of government investment in the switch to clean steel production at ArcelorMittal Dofasco.
Revival of century-old steel plant in Serbia
08 Jan 2022
A steel mill in Serbia has been reinvigorated with the help of a Chinese company. The unexpected bond with China has breathed fresh life to the Smederevo factory, not only in production, but also in environmental protection efforts.