NextChem and Marcegaglia to decarbonize Ravenna plant

MAIRE announced that NextChem and Marcegaglia Group (Marcegaglia) have signed a contract for a feasibility study to accelerate the decarbonization of Marcegaglia’s steel plant in Ravenna. Upon successful completion of the feasibility study, NextChem will involve the Group’s Integrated E&C Solutions Business Unit for the execution of the Front-End Engineering Design (FEED).

These solutions, once implemented, have the potential to capture approximately 285 tons per day of CO2 that would otherwise be released into the atmosphere. NextChem will provide a full assessment of the steel plant decarbonization capacity and will define the technical specifications for the carbon capture solutions.

Marcegaglia is actively seeking to reduce its CO2 emission intensity by implementing significant decarbonization activities within the areas of logistics, utilities and energy procurement. This goal is in line with MAIRE’s technological value proposition, aimed at supporting the energy transition activities of an increasing number of clients, not only in the natural resources transformation industry, but also in other hard-to-abate sectors such as steel and cement manufacturing.

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