Cherepovets Steel Mill, one of the largest steel plants in the world (part of the Russian Steel division of PAO Severstal), reduced its overall consumption of almost all energy sources per product ton in the first nine months of 2019, compared to the same period of 2018. This resulted in a total cost saving of 156 million rubles.
This was achieved by reducing electricity, fuel and oxygen consumption. Total electricity consumption fell by 17.6 million kWh, fuel by 12.5 thousand tons, and oxygen by 19.7 million m3. Severstal Russian Steel’s energy consumption intensity for 9M 2019 was 5.762 Gcal per ton of liquid steel.
For the full press release, go to severstal.com.