Stefano Maggiolino, CEO of Tenova HYL, and Fernando Caracoche, Director of Engineering Department in Ternium, shared their conference experience and highlighted the new scenario that opens for Group companies.
The company is carrying out a study to analyze a biomass plant in the province of Corrientes, Argentina.
With over 30 years of experience in the business worldwide, the company has recently been selected to supply casing for two strategic geothermal projects in Europe.
The company has developed a unique selling proposition to play a pivotal role in low-impact extractive metallurgy and in the energy transition of metals and mining.
It was created on October 1, 2020, to generate a new profit center based on decarbonized energy sources, carriers, and technologies.
The company increased its efforts in supplying technologies for the production of hydrogen-based steelmaking.
The “Dalmine Zero Emissions” project will be the first industrial-scale application of hydrogen in Italy to decarbonize the steel sector. Techint E&C is participating as Owner Engineer and prepared the feasibility study.
This is Techint Group’s podcast about the different resources being explored to power the energy system of the future. In this episode, Santiago Gilligan, development manager at Tecpetrol's lithium project, gives us greater insight into this resource: where it comes from, what it’s used for and what role it plays in the energy transition.
Ternium CEO Máximo Vedoya hones in on how the steel sector will shape the energy transition. He highlights the significant efforts of Ternium with its 2030 decarbonization plan, in conjunction with the actions of other Techint Group companies, to minimize environmental impact and implement change for a cleaner future in steel production.