Tag Archive: Celsa Nordic
Expanding before it’s even started Even before the installation of Celsa Steel Service’s new factory in Mo Industrial Park has got underway, the company has decided to expand.
Celsa’s Hot Charging ready for start-up “We finished the project on time. Many of those involved stepped up to the plate and delivered good work on short deadlines.” These are words of project manager Kjell Arne Føinum at Celsa Armeringsstål AS.
Criteria for Enova funding Enova is a state-owned enterprise owned by the Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. Enova’s “Funding for energy initiatives in industry” programme is helping to bring about renewable, efficient energy consumption in Norwegian industry.
Environmental requirements important to public procurements With “green industry” as a political ambition in Norway, the question is whether sustainable, eco-friendly production capacity in Norway should be crucial to choices made for building and construction procurement projects, or whether emphasis should remain on the lowest possible price.
Environmental requirements for procurement criteria “The industry has been proactive, but the public sector as a procurer has not done the same. We have to do something about this. We have to impose environmental requirements upon ourselves as procurers when we specify production requirements for Norwegian industry.” These were the words of county councillor Tomas Norvoll when presenting his statement […]
New grid tariff costly for Celsa Statnett introduced its new grid tariff pricing model at the start of the year. For Celsa Armeringsstål AS, this adds NOK 16 million to its annual costs.
Celsa to invest in major heat recovery project Celsa Armeringsstål AS is building a hot charging system for the rolling mill. This will result in considerable energy recovery, no less than 30 GWh a year. By way of comparison, this is more than the production of the Vika and Svabo power plants – the two mini power plants linked to the waterworks at […]
The Linde Group’s northernmost air gas factory – Establishment of the new air gas factory at Mo Industrial Park has gone very well in terms of time, technical considerations and other factors, says Jostein Thomassen, Head of Sales and Marketing at AGA Norge AS.
AGA – part of the world’s biggest supplier of air gases – One of the major advantages of having a big group is that we can share expertise among our plants, says Jostein Thomassen, Director of Sales and Marketing at AGA Norge AS.