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Project Aims to Improve Energy Recovery at Cogen Plant

08 Aug 2018 - A Polish cogeneration plant is installing a pair of energy recovery turbines in between blast furnace flues and the cogen plant itself, essentially putting the exhaust gases to work twice. 

This Mill Once Faced Permanent Closure. Now It’s Growing. 

08 Aug 2018 - A Scottish plate mill that was rescued from closure by Sanjeev Gupta's Liberty Steel is now on track to produce more than 120,000 metric tons this year, and even more in the following year, reports The Scotsman newspaper. 

Heat Wave Forces Some Chinese Producers to Chill on Steel Production

06 Aug 2018 - A power shortage brought on by a heat wave has prompted production curtailments at some mills in China’s leading steelmaking province, according the Reuters news service. 

China Might Again Order Steel Production Cuts

03 Aug 2018 - China is drafting its emissions-reductions measures for the coming winter heating season and may require steel mills in six major steel cities to curtail production by 50%, according to the Reuters news service. 

Mittal: Steel Tariffs Have Been a ‘Net Positive’ for Company

02 Aug 2018 - Rising steel prices and healthy demand propelled ArcelorMittal’s second-quarter profits to US$1.9 billion, its best quarterly finish since 2011. And chief executive Lakshmi Mittal is thanking one person: U.S. President Donald Trump. 

Third-Gen Automotive Steels Have Arrived

02 Aug 2018 - Third-generation steels that are at once strong and formable are now being sold into the automotive market and can readily substitute components made from earlier advanced steels with lower tensile strengths, reports Repairer Driven News.  

Primetals Technologies, Danieli Tapped for Caster Improvements

02 Aug 2018 - Two Italian steelmakers are upgrading continuous casters in a bid to increase capacity and improve product quality, according to separate announcements from the equipment suppliers on the projects. 

Severstal Plans Stamp Charged Coke Plant

30 Jul 2018 - Coke oven and blast furnace specialist Paul Wurth has won a contract to build two stamp-charged coke batteries for Severstal’s Cherepovets steel works in Russia, the company has announced.  

ArcelorMittal Makes 'Take It or Leave It' Offer for ILVA

30 Jul 2018 - ArcelorMittal has upped its offer for Italy’s ILVA after the country’s new government began pushing for a better deal, reports commodities news and pricing service Argus Media. 

SMS group to Build Meltshop for New Austrian Mill

27 Jul 2018 - SMS group has been chosen to outfit the meltshop at a planned special steel plant in Austria, the equipment supplier said on Friday.

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