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U. S. Steel Eyes Late-Summer Completion of NGO Line 

1/26/2023 - United States Steel Corporation’s non-grain-oriented electrical steel (NGO) line in Arkansas is proceeding as planned and is on track for a late-summer start, the company has said. 

A US$450 million invest, the new line will be able to produce 200,000 tons annually. It is being built at U. S. Steel’s Big River mill in Osceola, Ark. 
“The construction of our NGO line is another step in the evolution of our Big River Steel facility in Osceola. We believe that the future of steelmaking is here, and we are excited for what’s ahead,” said Daniel R. Brown, U. S. Steel senior vice president — advanced technology steelmaking and chief operating officer. 

U. S. Steel has a video of the construction in progress here.