SNIM and AMAN Green Energy to partner on DRI facility

SNIM and AMAN Green Energy to partner on DRI facility

11th June, 2024

Société Nationale Industrielle et Miniére (SNIM) and AMAN Green Energy (a subsidiary of CWP Global) have announced plans to collaborate on a new facility that will produce direct reduced iron (DRI).

SSAB and Accenture sign tech agreement

SSAB and Accenture sign tech agreement

10th June, 2024

SSAB and IT services company Accenture have signed a long-term framework agreement for the latter to provide consulting and technology services to support SSAB’s transformation to fossil-free steel.

US steel shipments in April down 1.9% on last year

US steel shipments in April down 1.9% on last year

7th June, 2024

The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) has reported that for the month of April 2024, steel mills in the USA shipped 7.35Mt (net tons), a 1.9% decrease from the 7.49Mt (net tons) shipped in April 2023. Shipments were up 0.2% from the 7.33Mt (net tons) shipped in March 2024. Shipments year-to-date in 2024 are 29.17Mt (net tons), down 3.2% when compared with 2023 shipments of 30.13Mt (net tons) for four months.

Latest issue: May/June

May/June

To tell the truth, I don’t know what it is. Déjà vu? That something doesn’t show up for a while doesn’t mean it ceases to exist. I’ve had a few strange occurences of late, the last one being earlier this week when I reached home and found Dance Moms on the TV. Abby Lee having to contend not only with a bunch of energetic kids but also their demanding ‘moms’ determined to get their female offspring the fame and fortune they think they deserve, plenty of arguments, many kids in leotards and make-up when they should, perhaps, be running wild in the park or riding a bike or making mud pies, but instead they’re upset about something or other; it’s a laugh a minute (or it was). When my daughter was younger it was always on and I was often invited to sit and watch, which I…