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Cleveland Institution of Engineers (CIE): Decarbonising H2 for DRI Feed

6th December 2022 @ 5:30 am - 7:30 pm


Excerpt from Advert: 


“Iron and steel use large quantities of fossil fuels in their processes and account for 7-9% of global CO2 emissions. The use of hydrogen for direct reduced iron for the industry would help to curtail these emissions.

Dear Members and Friends,
Our next Technical Event is a lecture on “Decarbonising H2 for DRI feed” kindly volunteerd at short notice by Dr Richard Birley at MPI.

Coffee and chat from 5:30pm, lecture starts at 6pm.

Venue is the STEM Centre at Middlesbrough College, Dock St, Middlesbrough, TS2 1AD.  Please park in the Visitors’ Car Park.  No permits are needed at this time of day.  Please look at the map of the campus below.

Access is via Queens Square, Cleveland St, and Lower East St.  Please follow signs for Visitors’ Car Park.

We will be live streaming this meeting for those unable to make it in person.”


For more information about attending the even in person please email: cieevents@iom3materialscycle.org 

If you are unable to attend in person you can tune into the talk/lecture via livestream here.




6th December 2022
5:30 am - 7:30 pm


Stem Centre, Middlesbrough College
Winward Way
Middlesbrough, TS2 1AD
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