ArcelorMittal Dunkerque steel plant

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ArcelorMittal Dunkerque is a steel plant in Dunkerque (Dunkirk), France.[1]


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ArcelorMittal Dunkerque (Dunkirk) has three blast furnaces with a total annual production capacity of 7 million tons. The two largest blast furnaces were temporarily shut down in March and April as demand fell due to a coronavirus pandemic,[2] but one was restarted in August 2020.[3]

Plant Details

Low-emissions/green steelmaking

  • Company: ArcelorMittal
  • Project name: 3D
  • Location: Dunkirk, France
  • Coordinates: 51.041274, 2.292948 (exact)[8]
  • Project scale: pilot[9]
  • Technology category: carbon capture and storage/carbon capture utilization and storage (CCS/CCUS)[10]
    • Specific technology: CCS[10]
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  • Partners: Axens, Total, Air Products, Brevik Engineering, CMI, DTU, Gassco, RWTH and Uetikon.[11]
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