Danieli signs scrap deal with Serbian steelmaker

Danieli signs scrap deal with Serbian steelmaker

30th November, 2022

Serbian steelmaker Metalfer has contracted Italian plant builder and production technology specialist Danieli to develop a strategic scrap recycling project that will process up to 260kt/yr of shredded scrap at the company’s minimill in Sremska Mitrovica, Serbia. Operations will commence by end 2023.

AISI urges Congress to keep the railroad running

AISI urges Congress to keep the railroad running

30th November, 2022

Kevin Dempsey, the president and CEO of the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) has written to congressional leaders urging Congress to pass legislation ensuring that the USA's freight rail system remains fully operational.

Tata Steel IJmuiden – the third most efficient in the world

Tata Steel IJmuiden – the third most efficient in the world

29th November, 2022

Tata Steel's IJmuiden steelworks in the Netherlands has been ranked third in the 2022 C02 intensity benchmark, published by the World Steel Association (worldsteel).

Latest issue: November/December

November/December

Towards the end of the summer I found myself in Sweden. I was there to interview Mark Bula, chief commercial officer at H2 Green Steel. The article was published in last month’s issue of Steel Times International and has been well-received by the industry at large. While in Stockholm I dropped into the offices of Rutger Gyllenram, founder and CEO of Kobolde & Partners, and we got chatting about green steelmaking. I suggested we put something on tape and the interview can be found on p42 of this issue.

For Rutger, the whole notion of ‘either we reach the top or we don’t go anywhere’ is misguided when it comes to green steelmaking. Yes, there are ambitious companies out there, like H2 Green Steel and HYBRIT, but most steelmakers will not reach that level for a very long time,…