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23rd May, 2023
LIBERTY Pipes Hartlepool has been awarded two contracts by Subsea7 for the Aker BP-operated Yggdrasil and Valhall PWP-Fenris offshore field development projects in the North Sea.
BlueScope to decarbonize Australian steelworks
22nd May, 2023
Australian flat steel producer BlueScope has announced an accelerated feasibility study to build a new electric arc furnace at its New Zealand Steel (NZ Steel) works at Glenbrook, south of Auckland for around NZ$300 million.
H2 Green Steel and thyssenkrupp nucera to build one of the 'world's largest' electrolysis plants
22nd May, 2023
H2 Green Steel and water electrolysis specialist thyssenkrupp nucera have signed an agreement for the construction and supply of one of the world’s largest electrolysis plants to date.
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All over the world, a lot of people are taking more than a passing interest in green steelmaking and, needless to say, doing their bit to save the planet. Millions of dollars are being invested in developing processes to enable makers of the world’s most versatile and infinitely recyclable metal even greener than it is today.
If you want to know where the greenest steel is produced, look no further than North America where over 70% of steel produced comes out of an electric arc furnace. North American steelmakers are rightly proud of their achievements and some of the more vocal stateside steel CEOs are pleased to note that Europe is way behind and may never catch up.
There are, of course, two magical dates that are top-of-mind: 2030 and 2050 – and by the latter date the…
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