ArcelorMittal Gent – Steel: the fabric of life

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    World-first Trial of New Technology to Recycle CO2 Emissions from Steel Production Begins at ArcelorMittal Belgium in Ghent

    ArcelorMittal and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries are working with a climate tech company D-CRBN, to trial a new technology to convert carbon dioxide (CO2) captured at ArcelorMittal’s plant in Ghent, Belgium into carbon monoxide which can be used in steel and chemical production.

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    Letter of intent for the long-term supply of low-carbon electricity

    On May 22, Prime Minister Alexander De Croo and Federal Minister of Energy Tinne Van der Straeten visited ArcelorMittal Belgium in Gent as part of the company's CO2 roadmap. They signed a letter of intent for the long-term supply of low-carbon electricity to ArcelorMittal Belgium. 

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    Trial carbon capture unit begins operating on blast furnace at ArcelorMittal Gent, Belgium

    ArcelorMittal and partners Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), BHP, along with Mitsubishi Development Pty Ltd (Mitsubishi Development) have successfully started operating a pilot carbon capture unit on the blast furnace off-gas at ArcelorMittal Gent in Belgium.

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    5G as a game changer for sustainable steel

    Orange Belgium and ArcelorMittal Belgium enter into a collaboration agreement to deploy 5G as an innovative and enabling connectivity solution in sustainable steel production

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Steel in your day-to-day life

  • Maybe even your car

    Did you know that ArcelorMittal Belgium provides steel to most of the automotive manufacturers?

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  • Fashionable buildings

    Did you know that many architects and building contractors utilise our steel?

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  • In your house

    Did you know that many of your household appliances contain steel made by ArcelorMittal Belgium?

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