Cleveland-Cliffs Prepares to Launch US$100 Million Investment at Indiana Harbor
The furnace, which will be idled between 1 September and 15 October, will be upgraded to accept both iron ore and hot briquetted iron (HBI), which is intended to reduce its carbon footprint.
"When that furnace comes back, it will be larger, using a lot more HBI and emitting a lot less CO2," Cleveland-Cliffs president and chief executive Lourenco Goncalves said. "It's already very good. We use massive amounts of HBI and we inject natural gas in the furnace.”
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