Tag: Austria

Featured Story – H2FUTURE: World’s largest ‘green’ hydrogen pilot facility operational

The world’s largest pilot plant for the CO2-neutral production of hydrogen successfully commenced operation last November at the voestalpine site in Linz (Austria), simultaneously setting an international milestone in the advancement of new energy supply options.

UHT secures an order for a GRANSHOT granulation unit

UHT has received an order for a GRANSHOT® metal granulation unit to voestalpine BÖHLER Edelstahl GmbH. The granulation unit will be integrated in voestalpine BÖHLER Edelstahl’s new special steel plant project in Kapfenberg, Austria.

Sapura Energy Heads of Agreement with OMV AG

Sapura Energy Berhad (Sapura Energy) recently announced that it has entered into a Heads of Agreement with Austria’s OMV Aktiengesellschaft (OMV AG) to form a strategic partnership.

voestalpine invests further EUR 30M

In December 2017, voestalpine has agreed on a EUR40M investments in a new high-tech forging line for the production of high-quality pre-materials for aircraft components.

Linsinger’s new steel milling machine

The Austrian manufacturer of special purpose machines LINSINGER, has set new standards in stainless steel milling.

voestalpine plans new wire rolling mill in Leoben

voestalpine Austria Draht plans to complete the construction of what is expected to be Europe’s most modern wire rolling mill at its Leoben-Donawitz site by 2016. The mill is slated to produce around 550,000 tons of high-quality wire rods each year for the automotive and energy sector.

Gustavsson appointed President of Kanthal

Sandvik Materials Technology has announced the appointment of Jonas Gustavsson as President of Kanthal, its specialist heating systems product area. Jonas Gustavsson, 41, joined Sandvik in January 2008 as General Manager for Sandvik’s Product Unit Tube in Sandviken, Sweden.

Austria: pumped storage power plant

With the construction of the new pumped storage power plant, titled Limberg II, Verbund, Austria will more than double the output of its Kaprun power plant from 353MW to 833MW.