ArcelorMittal and LanzaTech break ground on €150million project to revolutionise blast furnace carbon emissions capture

11 June 2018 

ArcelorMittal has begun construction of new premises at its site in Ghent, Belgium, to house a pioneering new installation which will convert carbon-containing gas from its blast furnaces into bioethanol. If proved successful, the new concept has the potential to revolutionise blast furnace carbon emissions capture and support the decarbonisation of the transport sector.

For the full press release, go to arcelormittal.com.

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