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Worlds’ first wind/hydro hybrid plant

Thinking outside the box has produced the worlds´ first ever combined wind & hydro power plant. Located in Germany, it could provide an answer to the problem of how to even out the peaks and troughs of renewable power generation technologies while provided clean green energy.
New coal-injection plant for Salzgitter Flachstahl

New coal-injection plant for Salzgitter Flachstahl

Salzgitter Flachstahl (SZFG) has invested in a new major plant within the metallurgy area, namely the coal-injection system for the A and B blast furnaces.

Co-operation pact between Paul Wurth, CSC

On 8 April 2015, Paul Wurth and the Taiwan-based steelmaker China Steel Corporation (CSC) signed a co-operation agreement for upcoming iron-making plant construction projects in the Southeast Asian region, including material handling, sinter plants, blast furnaces and direct reduction plants.

Chemtech ends automation of CBA aluminum plant

German conglomerate Siemens' IT and engineering subsidiary in Brazil, Chemtech has successfully ended a consultancy developed for Brazilian aluminum producer CBA, part of local conglomerate Votorantim, in the municipality of Alumínio, São Paulo state.

Kennecott expands plans for molybdenum plant

Almost two years after an initial announcement that it was going to build a processing facility in Magna - a plan unveiled just before the global economic meltdown - Kennecott's parent company has decided to build a more advanced facility.

TATA Steel invests in conservation

TATA Steel will invest INR 2000crore on environment conservation at its INR 19,500crore plant coming up in Bastar district of Chhattisgarh, India.

Metso completes acquisition

Metso has announced that it has completed the acquisition of GE Energy’s Lachine Main Plant, a heavy fabrication and machining facility located near Montreal, Canada.

BASF plant on stream

BASF started up its new alkylethanolamines (AEOA) plant at its U.S. Verbund site in Geismar, Louisiana, about one month ahead of schedule.

Compressor trains to MTP plant

Siemens Power Generation (PG) will supply core equipment to the world's first Methanol-to-Propylene (MTP) Plant.