To become carbon-neutral by 2050, ArcelorMittal Gent has a number of large breakthrough initiatives underway, in addition to the continuous improvement projects that are common to all ArcelorMittal sites. Some projects are already operational, and some are being built right now. We will deploy these initiatives along a synergetic combination of blast furnace and direct reduced iron (DRI) route.
Removing 3.9 million tonnes of CO2 emissions per year by 2030 at ArcelorMittal Gent – but what technology will be used to achieve that? (animated video in English)
Find out more about the ground-breaking Steelanol project to capture and transform the off gases into sustainable ethanol. This is on important step in our path towards circular use of our carbon.(Dutch voice with English subtitles)
Steel production at the heart of the circular economy (English voice with Dutch & French subtitles) - ArcelorMittal Belgium CEO Manfred Van Vlierberghe gives a guided tour of a number of large breakthrough initiatives underway, in addition to the continuous improvement projects that are common to all ArcelorMittal sites.
"ArcelorMittal has been working hard to be at the forefront of our sector in the net-zero transition, as we believe not only will this help decarbonise the global economy but will also generate opportunities in multiple aspects of our business."
Aditya Mittal, CEO, ArcelorMittal