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14th International Exhibition and
Conference on Minerals, Metals, Metallurgy
& Materials
27 - 29 September, 2024, Yashobhoomi, Dwarka, India International Convention & Expo Centre (IICC), New Delhi

International Seminar and Business Meet

 
International Seminar and Business Meet
On

Green Steel Production: Sustainable Practices and Carbon Reduction
September 27-29, 2024, Yashobhoomi , Dwarka , New Delhi, during
Program Outline

Day- 1- September 27-2024
 
09.00 –9.40 am
 
Delegate Registration,
Speed Networking Session & Welcome Refreshments
9.45-10.00 am Exhibition l Visits by the VIPS
10:00 – 11:30am
Conference Inaugural Session
Greetings and welcoming of VIPs on stage
(Lamp lighting ceremony)
Theme setting:
Keynote Address by Special Invitee:
Special invitees Industry note:
Adress By Guest of Honors:
Adress By Chief Guest:
 
Discussion Points:
  • Policy Framework and Government Initiatives to Promote Green Steel Production
  • The Importance of Green Steel Production for Sustainable Development
  • Decarbonization Strategies for the Steel Industry
 
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)
11.30 - 11.40am Business Networking Break
12.00 – 1.30pm
Session 1 – Green Steel Production Processes - Overview and Innovations
Discussion Points:
  • Overview of the concept and importance of producing steel with minimal environmental impact.
  • Carbon Reduction Techniques: Explanation of various methods used to reduce carbon emissions in steel production, such as hydrogen-based processes, biomass utilization, and carbon capture and storage.
  • Renewable Energy Integration: Discussion on integrating renewable energy sources like solar and wind power into steel production processes to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.
  • Recycling and Circular Economy: Highlighting the importance of recycling scrap steel and adopting circular economy principles to minimize waste and resource consumption.
(Interaction with Audience and Summarization of Session by the Chair)
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)

 
1.30 – 3.00pm
Session 2 – Market Trends and Opportunities in Green Steel Production
Discussion Points:
  • Growing Demand: Highlighting the increasing global demand for environmentally sustainable steel products, driven by consumer preferences, regulatory requirements, and corporate sustainability goals.
  • Policy Support: Discussion on government policies and regulations supporting the transition to green steel production, including carbon pricing mechanisms, emission standards, and incentives for clean energy adoption.
  • Investment Opportunities: Identifying investment opportunities in green steel production, including funding for research and development, infrastructure development, and capacity expansion.
  • Emerging Markets: Exploration of emerging markets for green steel products, such as electric vehicles, renewable energy infrastructure, and sustainable construction projects.
  • Supply Chain Integration: Analysis of opportunities for integrating green steel production into existing supply chains, including partnerships with raw material suppliers, manufacturers, and end-users.
  • Competitive Landscape: Overview of the competitive landscape in the green steel market, including key players, market dynamics, and strategic alliances shaping the industry.
(Interaction with Audience and Summarization of Session by the Chair)
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)
3.00 – 4.00pm
Session 3 – Case Study Presentations: Successful Implementation of Green Steel Projects – Overview, Challenges, Achievement & Lessons Learned
Discussion Points:
  • Implementation of Hydrogen-based Steel Production
  • Integration of Renewable Energy in Steel Production
  • Adoption of Circular Economy Principles in Steel Manufacturing
  • Collaboration and Partnerships for Sustainable Steel Production
 
(Interaction with Audience and Summarization of Session by the Chair)
Monica Bachchan to give mementos to the Panel
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)
4.00 – 5.00pm
 
Session 4 - Q&A Session and Wrap-Up
  ------------ Day Ends-----------------

Day- 2- September 28-2024

10:30 – 12:00pm
Recap and Introduction to Day 2 –
Session 1: Future of Iron Making in the Era of Green Steel Production & Sustainable Production Processes for Iron Making
Panel Discussion:
  • Emerging Trends in Iron Making: Exploration of innovative iron making technologies and processes that prioritize environmental sustainability, such as direct reduced iron (DRI), hydrogen-based reduction, and electrolytic iron production.
  • Environmental Benefits: Discussion on the environmental benefits of green iron making processes, including reduced carbon emissions, energy savings, and lower environmental footprint.
Market Opportunities: Analysis of market opportunities and drivers for green iron making, including regulatory incentives, consumer demand for sustainable products, and corporate sustainability goals.
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)
 
12:00-1.30pm
Technical Session 1: Decarbonization Techniques in Iron Making
Discussion:
  • Blast Furnace Retrofitting: Discussion on retrofitting existing blast furnaces with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technologies to capture and sequester carbon dioxide emissions.
  • Direct Reduced Iron (DRI): Explanation of DRI technology, which utilizes natural gas or hydrogen as reducing agents instead of coke, resulting in lower carbon emissions and higher energy efficiency.
  • Hydrogen-based Reduction: Exploration of iron making processes that utilize hydrogen as a reducing agent, such as direct reduction with hydrogen (H-DRI) or hydrogen plasma reduction, offering the potential for zero carbon emissions.
  • Biomass and Biochar Utilization: Overview of biomass and biochar utilization in iron making processes as renewable carbon sources, reducing reliance on fossil fuels and mitigating carbon emissions.
  • Electrification of Iron Making: Discussion on electrification technologies, such as electric arc furnaces (EAF) and electrolysis, which use electricity from renewable sources to produce iron with minimal carbon footprint.
  • Carbon Capture and Utilization (CCU): Introduction of CCU technologies that capture carbon emissions from iron making processes and convert them into valuable products, such as chemicals, fuels, or building materials.
Technological Integration: Highlighting the importance of integrating multiple decarbonization techniques and technologies to achieve significant reductions in carbon emissions throughout the iron making process.
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)

 
1.30-3.00pm
Technical Session 2: Role of Technology and Innovation in Green Iron Making
 
Points of Discussions:
  • Discussion on the latest technological innovations in green iron making, including process optimization, automation, and digitalization, to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
  • Alternative Iron Making Processes: Exploration of alternative iron making processes, such as direct reduced iron (DRI), smelting reduction, and hydrogen-based reduction, which offer lower carbon footprint and higher energy efficiency compared to traditional blast furnace routes
  • Materials and Metallurgical Research: Showcase of research and development initiatives focused on developing advanced materials, alloys, and process technologies to enhance the performance and sustainability of iron making processes.
Economic Viability: Discussion on the economic viability of green iron making technologies, including investment costs, operational expenses, and potential revenue streams, to ensure competitiveness and long-term sustainability of green iron making initiatives.
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats)
3.00-4.00pm
 
Industry Award Function
4.00-5.00pm
 
Closing Remarks and Conclusion of the Conference
(Hi-Tea & Snacks served on the seats
 
 
 
Day- 3- September 29-2024

11.00 – 1.00pm
 
Networking Meet of Secondary Steel Industry
 
 
About Us
METALOGIC PMS is a startup launched in 2017 with a mission to provide metalogic or decision making logical support to the Indian & International Steel & Mining Industry.
With over 8 year's experience in organizing steel industry related events and disseminating information through various media, METALOGIC's experienced team will propel this new standalone venture for the success of Indian iron and steel industry.
Market Leader in Creating Dialogue by Holding Webinars & Events for Mining & Steel Industry in India for the last 5 years. Our products are designed to provide an intel, practical solution to various issues related to policies, market, trade, technology or product design.
 
World Metal Forum (WMF)
WMF has been acting as a think tank and provides new ideas aimed towards achieving excellence in Metal, Metallurgy, Machinery, Manufacturing and  allied sectors . It is also a platform for sharing the best practices prevailing in the industry and initiating a meaningful dialogue within, & thereby serving its core objective of achieving excellence in these sectors.
 
WMF is a mission is to create footprints in the  Metal, Metallurgy, Machinery, Manufacturing and  allied sectors, to contribute constructively towards the growth of this sector in India as well as globally”
 
Contact Us
WMF Secretariat-India
503, 5th Floor, Mercantile House, 15 KG Marg, Connaught Place,
New Delhi-110001, INDIA
E-MAIL: [email protected]
 
Monica Bachchan
Founder & CEO
Metalogic Projects Management Services Pvt Ltd
Plot No. C2, Supertech E-Square, Workbox, 15th floor, Sector 96, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201303