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BHP, POSCO Sign MoU to Explore Decarbonization

18 Oct 2021 - BHP and POSCO have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore technologies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in steelmaking, according to a press release from BHP.

Here’s What the World’s First Vehicle Made With Fossil-Free Steel Looks Like

13 Oct 2021 - Volvo Group have unveiled the design for the world’s first vehicle built from fossil fuel–free steel.

Ovako Pledges to Go Carbon-Neutral in 2022

28 Sep 2021 - To meet its goal of zero-carbon-emission steel, the Swedish steel producer announced it will utilize carbon offsets beginning 1 January 2022.

SMS group, MMK Sign MoU for Decarbonization Technologies

23 Sep 2021 - Magnitogorsk Iron and Steel Works (MMK) and SMS group recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the development and use of technologies to reduce or eliminate CO2 emissions, according to a press release from SMS group.

Tata Steel Takes the Hydrogen Route at IJmuiden

16 Sep 2021 - The steelmaker on Wednesday announced plans to adopt hydrogen steelmaking technologies at its steel works in IJmuiden, Netherlands.

SSAB’s Fossil-Free Steel To Be Used in Cargo Handling

08 Sep 2021 - Cargo and load handling solutions provider Cargotec has made plans to use SSAB’s fossil-free steel in its equipment, SSAB announced on Tuesday.

NLMK Group Partners With Gazprom Neft on Decarbonization

08 Sep 2021 - The steelmaker announced yesterday it has signed a memorandum of cooperation with one of Russia’s largest oil companies to work together on projects aimed at reducing climate footprint.

German Government to Provide Funding for ArcelorMittal’s Green Steel Plant

08 Sep 2021 - ArcelorMittal announced on Tuesday that the German government will be providing EUR55 million for Germany’s first industrial-scale hydrogen-based direct reduced iron plant.

Primetals Technologies, MHI Australia Join Research Center to Decarbonize Heavy Industry in Australia

25 Aug 2021 - Primetals Technologies announced today that it has joined Australia’s Heavy Industry Low-Carbon Transition Cooperative Research Centre (HILT CRC), along with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Australia, to conduct research and development into hydrogen-based direct reduction of iron ore.

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