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Company Overview of Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd.
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd. designs and constructs steel, environmental, energy, and marine plants, as well as energy pipelines and steel structures. It engages in the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of steelmaking plants; natural gas, gas-treatment, and other energy-related infrastructure; land and submarine pipelines for supplying energy, as well as waterworks; and environmental facilities, including water treatment and recycling plants, and soil and ground water purification systems. The company also provides architectural and construction services for industrial facilities, office buildings, apartment blocks, and leisure and cultural facilities; and mari...
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Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd.
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Tenova HYL and Danieli & C Enter into an Agreement with Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd. to Combine and Commercialize their Energiron DR Technology
May 20 14
Tenova HYL and Danieli & C, have entered into an agreement with Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co., Ltd. (NSENGI) to combine and commercialize their Energiron DR technology with an optimized blast furnace technology, as well as syngas technology (high efficiency coal gasification and steelworks by-product gas utilization technology) developed and owned by NSENGI. The two key areas of combined know-how involve the integration of the Energiron Direct Reduction technology with the blast furnace as well as the areas of interface between existing and future syngas technologies with the Energiron process. The charging of specialized DRI to the blast furnace, produced by Energiron with high carbon content and its reduction ratio adjusted, will target a significant decrease in the blast furnace production cost in comparison to the conventional DRI charging to the blast furnace method. This new alliance will allow the three parties to combine research and development activities with their respective expertise in Energiron DR, blast furnace and syngas technologies, with the ultimate objective of developing a new iron making technology which will reduce CO2 emissions and operating costs, while increasing productivity and/or decreasing capital expenditures for integrated steelmaking facilities. Such includes execution of EPC projects by the parties in connection with the above collaboration. In addition, the optimized combination of Energiron Direct Reduction technology and syngas technology (high efficiency coal gasification and steelworks by-product gas utilization technology) will enable Energiron Direct Reduction plants to have access to non natural gas sited customers. The alliance also provides for the joint marketing of existing direct reduction technology to blast furnace customers. This new Alliance formed by Tenova, Danieli and NSENGI seeks to capitalize on key advantages of Energiron, which in addition to capacity also include environmental and economic benefits beyond those offered by existing technologies.
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co, Ltd Wins Oil Field Contract in Thailand
Jan 15 14
Mubadala Petroleum has granted a contract to develop an oil field in Thailand. The contract was awarded for the Nong Yao oil field to Nippon Steel and Sumikin Engineering Co Ltd. Nippon Steel and Sumikin will be responsible for the procurement, construction, installation and commissioning the project.
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co, Ltd. Plans to Expand Footprint in India
Apr 4 13
Nippon Steel & Sumikin Engineering Co, Ltd. announced its plans to enhance its footprint in India and bringing about revolutionary changes in the Indian Steel Industry with their knowledge base in Energy Saving & Environment Technology. NSENGI will continue to build trust from customers by demonstrating various project management techniques and know-how accumulated over the years.
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