Steel
June 2022

Even as the global steel demand is set to grow marginally this year, forecasts for steel trade in 2023 is seen positively better – although the war in Ukraine creates a high degree of uncertainty.






June 2022

While the recovery in steel demand in the GCC countries lagged behind other regions in 2021, GCC steel demand will accelerate with the resumption of construction projects that will be further boosted by lessening budget pressures and easing of Covid-19 related restrictions.






June 2022

Steel-making companies are exploring replacing Russian and Australia’s increasingly expensive and supply-challenged pulverised coal injection (PCI) coal with green hydrogen as an early pathway to reducing emissions in the steel industry, finds a new report from the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA).






June 2022

Carbon dioxide emissions from the world’s steel sector will fall 30 per cent by 2050 compared with last year as more mills turns to less-polluting electric arc furnaces (EAF), consultancy Wood Mackenzie said in a study.






June 2022

When it comes to green hydrogen, Bosch is stepping on the gas: in the interest of effective climate action, the company is planning not only to use this new fuel, but also to be one of the companies producing it. Technology for hydrogen generation is expected to go into production in 2025.






June 2022

System integrator and value-added hardware provider Bressner Technology has expanded its portfolio of touch panel solutions with the new Orca Pro series. The model range consists of fanless Full IP69K panel PCs with stainless steel chassis, available in 22- or 24-inch screen diagonals.






June 2022

In another first, Sandvik, a world-leading developer and manufacturer of products in advanced stainless steels and special alloys, has added super alloy Sanicro 625 bar (UNS 06625) to its growing family of high-performing nickel-alloys.






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