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Report: Middle East, North Africa Has Potential to Be Green Steel Leader — If It Acts Fast

22 Sep 2022 - The Middle East and northern Africa (MENA) could be a world leader in green steel production, if it makes prompt investments in renewable energy and green hydrogen, according to a new report from the U.S.-based Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis.

Steelmakers Find Success Is Tied to Employee Training

19 Sep 2022 - At Badische Stahl Engineering (BSE)’s 7th Steelmaking Symposium, employee training and its impact on a company’s bottom line – or in the case of the steel industry, production capacity -- was front and center.

Hyundai Steel Reports Successful Trial of Low-CO2, High-Strength Steel

16 Sep 2022 - South Korea’s Hyundai Steel Co. said it has successfully produced 1-gigapascal steel sheet using an electric arc furnace (EAF). 

Tata Steel Partners With Hatch on IJmuiden Process Route Conversion 

15 Sep 2022 - Engineering and management consultancy Hatch Ltd. is joining Tata Steel’s effort to produce hydrogen-reduced iron and green steel at its lJmuiden plant in the Netherlands. 

POSCO Mill Recovering From Flood

13 Sep 2022 - POSCO has restarted the No. 2 and No. 4 blast furnaces at its Pohang Works after a typhoon flooded the plant last week.

JSW Steel, SMS group to Partner on Decarbonization Projects

13 Sep 2022 - JSW Steel will collaborate with plant builder and mechanical engineer SMS group on decarbonization projects throughout its fleet of Indian mills. 

voestalpine Turns to Primetals Technologies for Galvanizing Line Revamp

13 Sep 2022 - voestalpine has contracted Primetals Technologies to modernize the Nos. 3 and 4 hot-dipped galvanizing lines at its Linz facility in Austria, the equipment builder has announced. 

thyssenkrupp Greenlights DRI Plant 

08 Sep 2022 - thyssenkrupp will proceed with construction of a 2.5-million-metric-ton direct reduction plant at its Duisburg plant in Germany, the company said on Thursday. 

ArcelorMittal Idles Two European Blast Furnaces

07 Sep 2022 - Softening demand and rising energy prices are prompting ArcelorMittal to idle two of its blast furnaces in Spain and Germany, according to a report. 

German Steel Association: Natural Gas Price Caps Are Needed

07 Sep 2022 - Germany's steel industry trade association, WV Stahl, is calling for price caps on natural gas, saying that the international competitiveness of the industry is under threat. 

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