Lack of industry standards for green steel won’t hinder adoption by construction sector: ArcelorMittal
Government purchasing pledges, new products and changing attitudes toward building design are bringing standards closer
Ukraine’s largest national steelmaker, Metinvest, plans to cut its greenhouse gas emissions by 15% by 2030, and by 40% by 2040, according to media reports
With Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act finally passed, what lies ahead for the steel markets and supply chains?
Steel companies ArcelorMittal and Ovako have both begun to offer the first certified “green steel”, following increased scrutiny on emissions from customers, the two companies announced separately.
Different regions and industries may have drastically different ideas of what green steel is, how to regulate it, and how to achieve it
Fastmarkets has plotted the locations of the continuing and proposed projects for the decarbonization of the European steel sector.
Green steel production in the Middle East gets a new lease of life as the region injects funding into growing the green economy
China’s decarbonization drive could result in increased demand for graphite electrodes amid the global trend toward more steelmaking based on electric-arc furnaces (EAFs), although supply risks may continue in the near term against a backdrop of energy controls, sources have told Fastmarkets