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Tata’s World’s First Hydrogen Trial in Steelmaking

Here’s an article in Tata Steel for you that addresses information about Tata’s world-first trail to slash CO2 emissions.

According to the article,

  • Tata Steel is conducting a trial to inject hydrogen into a blast furnace at its Jamshedpur steel mill, aiming to reduce CO2 emissions by cutting down the amount of coke being burned.
  • The trial involves a 40 percent injection system into the ‘E’ blast furnace and has the potential to reduce coke rate by 10%, leading to a 7% to 10% decrease in carbon dioxide emissions per ton of crude steel produced.
  • This initiative is part of Tata’s efforts to achieve a leaner carbon future and is the first of its kind in the world.

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Blast furnace

Carbon Direct Avoidance (CDA)

circular economy

CO2 Capture and Use

CO2 emissions reduction

Coal Bed Methane (CBM) injection

Green steelmaking

Hydrogen gas injection

Net zero emissions

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